Nursing major Duong Truong uses liberal arts education and Luther College research grants to study health care abroad
Luther College nursing major Duong Truong, class of 2024, spent his summer researching a Buddhist hospital in Taiwan and helping set up nursing school scholarships for Catholic nuns in Vietnam.
“The Nelson Woodlands project taught me the importance of restoring floodplains from an ecological perspective, as well as the importance of involving and educating the community on these practices,” said land stewardship intern Josie Meyer, who is majoring in environmental studies and biology.
Luther College senior Hayley Carr is getting a jump start on her career by developing classroom lesson plans while still in college.
Aidan Brook ‘23 and Allison Hasenmiller ‘23 are working with The Humane Society of Northeast Iowa to identify factors and solutions related to the retention and recruitment of volunteer staff.
Of the 55 species of bees found living on the Luther College campus this summer, seven have never been recorded in Iowa.
The photos are part of Aaron Lurth’s series titled “My Paper Tiger: Carl” in which Lurth depicts what it can feel like to live with anxiety.
Students identified the exact location and features of the former Ice Cave Mill.
This grant will allow more students to actively contribute to research based in Japan aimed at understanding the building blocks of the universe.
Megan Priest worked on developing a new curriculum framework that would shift away from the traditional education system towards more progressive practices.
Luther College professors and students are working together to create an anthology detailing the history and significance of Black intellectuals.