Events

Upcoming Events

September 9 – 10 – 11
Symposium:  DRONES
Co-Sponsored by Henry R. Luce Program in Nations and the Global Environment 
All events in JRC 101

Tuesday, September 9
4:15 p.m.             Heather Hayes
5:30 p.m.             Buffet Dinner   JRC 101.  Free and open to the public.
6:30 p.m.             Pir Zubair Shah, “U.S. Drone War in Pakistan: A Perspective from the Ground”

Wednesday, September 10
12:00 p.m.           Scholar’s Convocation:  Micah Zenko, Douglas Dillon Fellow - Center for Preventive Action (CPA) at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), “Limiting Armed Drone Proliferation”
4:15 p.m.             Medea Benjamin

Thursday, September 11
4:15 p.m.             Kevin Price, PhD, EVP Applied Research and Technology Development “Small Unmanned AircraftSystems (sUAS) Technology and Applications in Agriculture”

7:00 p.m.            Thomas Kaminski, retired professor of Industrial Automation at the Madison (WI) Technical College, & Chair, the Madison Section of  Electrical Engineers,
"How to Build a Drone - Lessons for Students and Researchers"
Athletic Fieldhouse

September 16
4:15 p.m.             Chris Hedges – “The Wages of Rebellion”  Co-sponsored by the Center for Humanities

September 17
Constitution Day
4:15 p.m.    Book Talk:  Rebecca Hamlin, assistant professor of Political Science:  “Let Me Be A Refugee” 
There will be a book signing following Rebecca’s talk.
JRC 101

September 17
7:00 pm Rosenfield Internship Colloquia
Jesse Macy House Conference Room – 1205 Park Street

September 18
4:15 pm Rosenfield Internship Colloquia
Jesse Macy House Conference Room – 1205 Park Street

7:00 pm Rosenfield Internship Colloquia
Jesse Macy House Conference Room – 1205 Park Street

September 30
12:00 pm  Information Session:   Spring Break 2015 Human Rights and International Relations Tour
Jesse Macy House Conference Room – 1205 Park Street

October 2
4:15 pm  Information Session:   Spring Break 2015 Human Rights and International Relations Tour
Jesse Macy House Conference Room – 1205 Park Street

Week  of October 6
Grinnell Prize Symposium

October 7
4:15 pm  Grinnell Prize Awards Ceremony
KEYNOTE SPEAKER:  Charlayne Hunter-Gault
Herrick Chapel

5:30 pm  Book Signing – Charlayne Hunter-Gault
Jesse Macy House

 

October 8
12:00 pm  Grinnell Prize Roundtable Luncheon (open to the public)  JRC 101

6:30 pm  Grinnell Prize Buffet Dinner   JRC 101

7:30 pm  Grinnell Prizewinner Talk  JRC 101

 

October 9
4:15 pm  Grinnell Prizewinner Talk   JRC 101

October 15
World Food Prize Lecture:  Dr. Mark McLellan

November 7
7:30 p.m.   Jonathan Kozol
Lecture and Book Signing
(co-sponsored by DAR, the Education Department, Grinnell Careers in Education Professions, the Rosenfield Program, and the President’s Office)

November 11
4:15 p.m.  Chris Parker
JRC 101

January 20 - Martin Luther King Day
Ta-Nehisi Coates, senior editor, The Atlantic
JRC 101

February 4 - 6
Symposium:  Chicago

March 22 - 27
Spring Break 2015 Human Rights and International Relations New York Tour

 

Past Events

2013-2014 Rosenfield Program Events
2012-2013 Rosenfield Program Events
2011-2012 Rosenfield Program Events
2010-2011 Rosenfield Program Events
2009-2010 Rosenfield Program Events
2008-2009 Rosenfield Program Events
2007-2008 Rosenfield Program Events
2006-2007 Rosenfield Program Events
2005-2006 Rosenfield Program Events
2004-2005 Rosenfield Program Events
2003-2004 Rosenfield Program Events
2002-2003 Rosenfield Program Events
2001-2002 Rosenfield Program Events
2000-2001 Rosenfield Program Events  
Fall 1989 - Spring 2000 Rosenfield Program Events
Fall 1987 - Spring 1989 Rosenfield Program Events

 

 

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