St. Olaf News

Journal cover features work of St. Olaf researchers

The cover of the most recent issue of the Journal of Chemical Education features a paper written by St. Olaf College Associate Professor of Biology John Giannini and ...

 

Four St. Olaf students named Graduate School Exploration Fellows

St. Olaf College students Jasmin Aramburu ‘18, Emily Hynes ‘18, Marnicia Johnson ‘18 and Zoua Lor ‘18 have been awarded Graduate School Exploration Fellowship ...

 

New internship gives students a glimpse of life as a physician

"Most students must make the decision to become a physician before they know what it is like to actually be a physician," St. Olaf College alumnus and medical doctor ...

 

Two St. Olaf students named Smaby Peace Scholars

St. Olaf College students Jauza Khaleel '18 and Paul Sullivan '17 have been named Smaby Peace Scholars. The Peace Scholars Program is designed to expand students' ...

 

St. Olaf students find success in consulting careers

Recent St. Olaf College graduate Zequn (Charlie) Li '16 says he was drawn to a career in consulting for a very simple reason: it's all about problem-solving. And L ...

 

St. Olaf names chief marketing officer

St. Olaf College Vice President for Enrollment and College Relations Michael Kyle '85 has announced the appointment of Katie Warren '95 as its first chief marketing offi ...

 

Rockin’ and philosophizin’

By day, Mike Fuerstein is an associate professor of philosophy at St. Olaf College. By night, he lays down a beat like nobody’s business. Fuerstein plays drums i ...

 

Eleven recent St. Olaf graduates win Fulbright fellowships

Eleven recent St. Olaf College graduates have been named Fulbright fellows for 2016–17. The recipients of the prestigious award include eight members of this y ...

 

St. Olaf student awarded Harvard Stem Cell Institute internship

St. Olaf College student Oleksandr (Sasha) Dmytrenko '17 has been selected to conduct cutting-edge stem cell research this summer through the Harvard Stem Cell Institute ...

 

St. Olaf student selected for Northwestern’s CURE program

St. Olaf College student Barite Gutama '17 is one of just 12 college students from across the country who have been selected to conduct cancer research this summer throug ...