Luther College history professor receives the Gerald Strauss Prize for his new book
Robert J. Christman has received the Gerald Strauss prize for his book “The Dynamics of the Early Reformation in their Reformed Augustinian Context.”
Christman begins her new role in January 2022.
This grant will allow more students to actively contribute to research based in Japan aimed at understanding the building blocks of the universe.
Luther College professors and students are working together to create an anthology detailing the history and significance of Black intellectuals.
Professor of Psychology Loren Toussaint and Mayo Clinic doctors utilize patient data to examine risk factors and outcomes of COVID-19.
Professor of Psychology Loren Toussaint and Mayo Clinic doctors utilize patient data to examine risk factors and outcomes of COVID-19
Jensen has several priorities in mind, first and foremost, expanding opportunities for students.
Dan Davis, Luther College assistant professor of classics, is about to embark on an unforgettable mission. He is traveling to Chuuk Lagoon in the western Pacific in an effort to recover the remains of missing American WWII air crews.
Luther College professors and students are sharing their findings about flooding and encouraging community conversation in Freeport during a community meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 16, at Freeport Park. The meeting is intended to facilitate a conversation among Freeport community members on how to create a community that is resilient to future flooding.
Olga Rinco Michels, Luther College professor of chemistry, was awarded the Ashford Fellowship from the American Chemical Society’s Exam Institute to collaborate on organic chemistry pedagogical projects during her 2019-20 sabbatical.