Weigle-Roslien woodland, a 10.31-acre tract of land, was donated to the college by Luther emeriti professors James Weigle and Dave Roslein. It is being used by Luther students and faculty to conduct original research.
The Ingeborg Goessl Study Abroad Scholarship has supported students who wish to study abroad, particularly those who participate in the Münster semester program.
Interdisciplinary alumni lecture in Art and Mathematics thanks to Career Center program
Students are able to pursue internships thanks to the Internship Funding Program through the Career Center.
The Music Education department was able to bring alumni and guest speakers to campus thanks to the Faculty-Student-Alumni Mini-Grant program through the Career Center.
The Career Center is now offering two new programs that connect students and alumni thanks to gift from two generous alumni.
Senior Isak Swanson has been accepted to participate in the Summer Seminar series hosted by the Institute for Humane Studies, a nonprofit educational organization.
Karin Hecht ’16, a psychology and English double major, spent her Imagine Fellowship working with the Los Martincitos Senior Citizen Center in a shantytown in Lima, Peru.
After developing an intense interest in the U.S. prison system, JD Davis ’15, a social work major, used his fellowship to travel to Norway, visiting a wide range of prisons, from Norway’s most secure facilities to halfway houses that are integrated into the community.
Erika Storvick’s Imagine Fellowship was an exploration of spirituality.
Growing up the son of two physicians near Rochester, Minn., Cole Puffer ’15 developed an early interest in science and medicine. He spent his Imagine Fellowship engaged in a comparative-data study conducted between clinicians at Mayo Clinic in Rochester and Akershus University Hospital in Norway.
Shayla De Jong ’16, a music major and German minor, spent her Imagine Fellowship in Germany and The Netherlands researching the North German organ tradition, which holds tremendous influence over organ culture.