‘Gustavus’ Category

Gustavus summer research students take to the Blue Earth River

Yesterday physics professor Chuck Niederriter organized an canoe/kayak outing to the Blue Earth River for several Gustavus summer researchers and friends, including First-Year Research Experience students Rachel Lund, Ben Rorem, and Melinda Meyer. The river was quite high for this time of year, which made for a swift ride from just below the Rapidan Dam to […]

Stoll Lab researcher Ray Sajulga (’17) publishes first paper in J. Chromatography, A

Gustavus student and Stoll Laboratory researcher Ray Sajulga (’16) and Dr. Dwight Stoll, along with collaborators Lena Jeong, Steve Forte, and Professor Sarah Rutan (Virginia Commonwealth University) have published the first in a series of papers describing the adaptation of an existing model of chromatography to simulate complex elution conditions used in modern separations. The […]

Congratulations to the 2016 FYRE Program Student Researchers

The following students were selected to participate in the 2016 First-Year Research Experience (FYRE) Program from a very competitive pool of applicants. Students began working with their mentors in June, and will work through the summer for a total of ten weeks. Descriptions of the research projects can be found here. Student: Linh Chu Mentor: […]

Eli Larson (’18) lands summer internship at Genentech in Bay Area

Eli Larson (’18) was a participant in the Gustavus First-Year Research Program (FYRE) in the summer of 2015, working with chemistry professors Dr. Ian Hill and Dr. Dwight Stoll. Both prior to and subsequent to his FYRE experience he did research in the laboratory of Dr. Stoll in January of 2015, throughout the 15-16 academic […]