Luther College News
Luther’s first-year tenor and bass choir was the only college choir selected for this competitive convention.
Luther College is one of a select group of private liberal arts colleges in the United States with a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most respected undergraduate honors organization.
Weber has pursued her calling as a musician while working in service to her community. One Voices of Hope singer said, “We are given many tools at Shakopee, but none have healed me like music.”
The medal is presented each year to an outstanding senior, selected by the graduating class, who best demonstrates the ideals of the college through service to students and the college community.
Sadie Pichelmann, Gideon Perez and Berit Skogen will serve and connect with communities in Slovakia and in Norway.
The Austrian-American Educational Commission has selected Luther College senior Joshua Hartl of Oskaloosa, Iowa, as a U.S. Teaching Assistant (USTA) in Austria for the 2023-24 academic year.
Nguyen will receive $5,000 from the Thomas D. Rossing Fund for Physics Education for the 2023-24 academic year.
Ten Luther College students presented papers at the annual conference of the Sigma Tau Delta national honors society in Denver, March 29-April 1.
Beth Lynch, Luther College associate professor of biology, recently contributed a chapter to a book titled “Tending Iowa’s Land – Pathways to a Sustainable Future.”
Students who take advantage of this program will be able to earn a bachelor’s degree plus master’s degree in public health in five years.