Archive for Jeff Jeremiason

Gustavus Adolphus College
Director of Environmental Studies
Associate Professor of Chemistry


Discover Magazine hires Gustavus Environmental Studies Graduate Breanna Draxler

Breanna Draxler ’09 recently accepted her “dream job” as a full-time writer for Discover Magazine. After graduating from Gustavus, Breanna earned a master’s degree in International Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Breanna has been a freelance reporter, photographer, and blogger while earning her MA.

Environmental Studies Alum Published on The Boulder Stand Blog

Check out Breanna Draxler’s ’09, Environmental Studies, post on her recent trip to China: Breanna founded ‘The Boulder Stand’ blog which posts a new environmental story each day. While attending grad school in Boulder, she is a science/environment reporter at the Boulder Daily Camera newspaper and also works at the Center for Environmental Journalism at […]

ICP-MS featured in MPCC story

A story published on the Minnesota Private Colleges Council web site discussing recent National Science Foundation grants awarded to private colleges, features Ben Carlson ’11 and ES director Jeff Jeremiason. The article highlights our new inductively coupled plasma – mass spectrometer (ICP-MS). The ICP-MS was purchased in Fall 2009 with funds from an NSF Major […]

Carlson ’11 Presents Research at ASLO Conference

Ben Carlson ’14 in Puerto Rico Ben Carlson ’11, senior Environmental Studies and Chemistry major,  presented a poster at the annual American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) conference held in San Juan, Puerto Rico February 13-18, 2011.  His poster was entitled “Trace Metals and Dissolved Organic Matter Cycling in an Ombrotrophic Bog”. Ben worked […]

Hansen Completes J-term at Audubon Center

Sophomore Environmental Studies major and ES program assistant Ashley Hansen received a scholarship to participate in a class entitled “Wolves and Other Large Predators: A Northwoods Experience” at the Audubon Center of the North Woods. Highlights Included: * Visiting with Dave Mech, Peggy Callahan, Lynn Rogers, Paul Schurke & Craig Blacklock * Finding Wolf and […]

Mark Johnson returns to Gustavus

Former Gustavus professor Mark Johnson will give a talk at 3:30 on Monday Dec 7 in Nobel 105 entitled “The Discovery of the World’s Only Known Active Drumlin Field and its Meaning for the Fate of the World”