Entries tagged with ‘Megan Gode ’10’
Who are you and how are you going to change the world? What really matters? What is your purpose? Who do you want to be? These are the "big," challenging questions. Mary Duvall ’05 is one Gustavus graduate who asked such questions at Gustavus and let them lead her on a journey of helping others.
Ophthalmologist and fourth generation Gustie David Johnson ’84 is the most recent recipient of the College's Arnold E. Carlson Award. Created by former president Edgar Carlson in honor of his brother, the award is given to an individual who has made significant contributions related to Christian theology and ethics.
By Megan Gode ’10 “Our students need to see how the world looks at education,” says Debra Sandquist, coordinator of teacher admission and field experiences at Gustavus. In an effort to promote such endeavors, Sandquist helped develop the Domestic and International Student Teaching Placement program. Based on Gustavus’s new strategic plan, the program gives education majors an opportunity to complete part of their required student teaching through a seven-week program in a domestic or international location.