Dr. Rochelle Walensky to give the 2023 Roslien Distinguished Lecture at Luther College Nov. 1
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will give the 2023 Dr. David J. Roslien Distinguished Lecture at Luther College. Dr. Michael Osterholm, a 1975 Luther graduate and epidemiologist, will join Walensky Nov. 1 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Center for Faith and Life’s Main Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
This 2023 homecoming season, Luther College continues the tradition of presenting the Weston Noble, Dr. Carlo A. Sperati, Presser Scholar and Hemp Prize awards. Student and alumni award winners are recognized each year during the annual Homecoming Concert.
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.
As long as no COVID-19 Indicators are activated when the fall semester begins, face masks and physical distancing on campus will not be required.
Participants will enjoy in-person presentations, readings and panel discussions with well-known writers on Sept. 24-25.
Nora Nyi Myint and SalomÃ© Valdivieso-SantillÃ¡n have been awarded the Kuh Family â€œPositively Lutherâ€ Award and the Krahn Family Student Life Service Award respectively.
The grant program provides funds to faculty members to develop free educational resources and brings down textbook costs for students.
Emily Dirks â€˜18 and Nicholas Shaneyfelt have been awarded the H. George Anderson & Jutta F. Anderson Faculty Development award.
Luther College has announced plans for in-person, virtual and livestreamed events to celebrate Homecoming and alumni class reunions.