Archive for August, 2015

Melissa Bruninga (’90)

Melissa writes: I am a tenure-track Assistant Professor of History at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee, where I teach everything but US history. One of the classes I created is History of Gender, and I find myself returning again and again to ideas I learned at Gustavus, in classes such┬áDr. Kate Wittenstein’s Women’s History […]

Amanda Hochstatter (12)

Amanda Hochstatter teaches┬ámath and physics at a public high school in New York City. Her school is one of the most integrated schools in the city and has a strong special education program especially for students on the autism spectrum. She uses her philosophy degree to guide her thinking while designing curriculum that specifically addresses […]