Minnesota’s First Winter Nursing Internship!

The Coronavirus has taken a lot from everyone, even students. Having to learn from a computer and not receive on the job training an eager student is hoping to obtain before getting set free into their desired field can be disheartening. That is why Health Partners, with the same perspective on the current education situation, […]

Otherworldly Doorways

This post will be dedicated to one of our Senior Nursing majors, Caden Killion. He did an installation in the new section of Nobel on some phenomenal pieces he created in his independent study this past semester. He worked with oil paints as a medium, please enjoy these few pictures of his installation. The basis […]

One of our own: Joseph May

On behalf of the Nursing department, I would like to show some recognition for one of the Junior Nursing student’s of class 2021, Joseph May who likes to go by “Joe”. Please take the time to read this article which talks about Joe’s journey and all the hard work he did to be where he is […]

Sigma International Honors Society of Nursing 2019

Congratulations to thirteen of our fellow Nursing Gusties who have been Inducted into this year’s Chi at-large chapter! The event was hosted by St. Olaf on November 2nd, 2019. The schools who attended were: Gustavus, St. Olaf, St. Catherine University and Bethel University. In order for a student to take part in this amazing opportunity, […]

Nurses Day on the Hill

Every year there is a day specific for student Nurses to be recognized and informed. That day is called Nurses Day on the Hill, this year that day was March 19th 2019. “The day will focus on briefing students about legislative priorities and facilitating their lobbying efforts with legislators. We aim to educate students about […]

National Prison Doula Retreat

On October 19-20, Barbara Zust attended the first National Prison Doula Retreat with over 70 Doulas across the country! Barbara was certified as a Prison Doula in 2016 and will begin to work on a contract with the Waseca Federal Women’s Prison. Roughly 7- 10% of women across the nation who are in correctional facilities, […]

Arctic Pizza 2018

Class of ‘19 Nursing students in the Utqiagvik Public Health Clinical meet with Alexandria Griepp, RN in Utqiagvik and PH professor Rose Jost. Alexandria Griepp graduated from the Gustavus Nursing program in 2018. Griepp, who was in the Alaska Clinical last year, has returned to Utquiagvik to work as an RN in the Samuel Simmons Memorial […]

Alaska Public Health Clinical 2018

The Department of Nursing offers an amazing experience to the senior nursing students to be able to apply to the Alaska Public Health Clinical. Up to 6 nursing seniors will be admitted to the program; students submit applications which are reviewed by Nursing Staff from Gustavus and the Alaskan program Staff who ultimately decide which six students […]

With One Voice in Tanzania: 2019

  The Tanzania trip is very fun and recommended for all students. A majority of potential or official nursing students tend to be the major attraction for this trip but it is open to everyone at Gustavus. These pictures were taken at the Maasai Girls School in Monduli, Tanzania. The Maasai Girl’s School was founded by Eunice […]

February’s female Student-Athlete of the month: Maggie Webster.

Congratulations to Maggie Webster for being elected by her fellow Gusties to be the female student-athlete of the month for the month of February! Maggie is on the swimming and diving team. She is from Apple Valley, Minnesota and her parents are Michele and Matthew Jamieson. She is also a Nursing major here at Gustavus […]