Each year the Grinnell Prize recipients come to campus in the fall. They receive their prizes, meet with students and the wider community, and offer presentations about their work.

The following events are free and open to the public.

Tuesday, October 4

Noon - 1 p.m.
Rosenfield Center, Room 101

Grinnell Prize Awards Ceremony and Prizewinner Talks

Award Presentation with Keynote Presentations by the 2016 Grinnell Prize winners. Lunch will be provided.

Wednesday, October 5

Noon - 1 p.m.
Rosenfield Center, Room 101
Panel Discussion, “Making a Career of Changing the World”

Can you make a living changing the world? How? Discover tips and tricks about how you may succeed in pursuing a career in social innovation. This panel brings together Grinnell Prize Winners, Wall Alumni Award Winners and others to discuss careers in service and social innovation.

Thursday, October 6

4:15 - 6:15 p.m.
ARH 302

"Fundraising 101: Funding Your Social Justice Dreams"

Panel Discussion with Skill Building Breakout Sessions

Limited seating - RSVP’s strongly encouraged & will be given preference

Have you ever thought about starting your own social justice venture? Are you curious about how you may fund and sustain your project in the long term? What resources are available? How do you go about making that first contact?  How do you sell your idea?  This panel discussion brings together Grinnell Prize Winners, Wall Alumni Award Winners and philanthropists to discuss the ins and outs of successfully funding social innovation. RSVP for events to Vicki Nolton.