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August 17 – October 11, 2015 Burling Gallery At one time prairie dominated the Iowa landscape.  Now, less than 0.1% of the original Iowa prairie remains. Justin Hayworth’s macro photographs invite viewers to take a closer look at the beauty of prairie plants, celebrate the...
  Dan Kittredge is passionate about raising the quality of nutrition in our food supply.   For the past half century at least, the goal of most plant breeders and agricultural practices has been to improve traits in our fruits and vegetables such as size, productivity, growth...
Urvashi Butalia, “Publishing Against the Grain: A Story from India”Billy Kahora, “Of Creative ‘Interventions’ and ‘Social Contracts’: Looking At Kwani” Two international scholars, Urvashi Butalia and Billy Kahora, will give a joint lecture about publishing houses in India and...

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Director Joan Mohan provides individual and small-group instruction to help students: strengthen verbal skills, emphasizing critical comprehension and vocabulary; improve reading efficiency; acquire more effective study strategies (such as managing time, concentrating,...

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"Grinnell put us together. This is the meeting place," says Serbian Kristina Duric '13. She and Californian Cynthia Amezcua '14 talk about international friendships, the global Grinnell family, and living abroad. Meet Grinnell in a minute and a half, then go deeper with our...

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History Grinnell Careers in Education Professions emerged out of a generous gift by Charles “Chuck” Ashby Lewis and his wife and lifetime Grinnell Trustee Penny Sebring ’64. A former teacher herself, Penny Sebring has made supporting education her life’s work and passion, a...
Jon Andelson, Director, Prairie Studies/Anthropology  Toni Androski '16, Biology Abby Aresty, Music Mark Baechtel, Forensics Sydney Bergman '18, Undeclared Bob Brierly, Community Member  Liana Butchard '18, French/History  Rob Cabelli, CRSSJ Gwenola Caradec, French  Doug...
Who Can Apply? Any first-year or second-year student in good academic standing and interested in a career in education after graduation may apply to the program. Third year students wishing to apply may speak with Ashley and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. How Do I...
2012-13 Course Schedule Fall 2012 Fall 2012 ScheduleSpecial and Variable Topic Course DescriptionsFall 2012 Final Exam ScheduleShort Course Information Spring 2013 Spring 2013 ScheduleSpecial and Variable Topic Course DescriptionsSpring 2013 Final Exam ScheduleShort Course...
One of the wonderful things about education is the wealth of career options within the field. While teaching is probably the most well known education-related career path, the modern world has increased exponentially the number and breadth of jobs in the field. Also, there is a...
Speakers We bring a number of incredible speakers to campus every semester. Most recently, Ed Pros members have been lucky to hear from Emily Miller, from Eyes Open Iowa, about the importance of comprehensive sex education; and Wes Moore, author of The Other Wes Moore and The...
Outline of the 2016 Semester Schedule Please take this as an overview and limit your outside plans until after the first several weeks in London. Details about the semester, such as dates and destinations of field trips, will be finalized then. The course timetable for Grinnell...
Davis Projects for Peace is an invitation to undergraduates at the American colleges and universities in the Davis United World College Scholars Program to design grassroots projects that they will implement during the summer of 2016. The projects judged to be the most promising...
Here you'll find our volunteer application for the fall of 2014. Note: Because of Department of Corrections/Central Iowa Juvenile Detention Center regulations, students under the age of 18 are not eligible to volunteer. If you are interested in volunteering and you are under 18...
Jasmine Gerritsen Jasmine is a second year Posse student from Los Angeles majoring in English and is currently undergoing the education licensure tract. Along with teaching Kickboxing, she is a part of the local foods coop which promotes sustainable and locally grown foods, has...
Grinnell-in-London currently offers up to fifteen slots for internships, up to three in the British parliament and up to twelve at-large. Because the number of students in our program who can serve as interns is regulated by the UK Border Agency, selection of students for...
In a Mentored Advanced Project (MAP), you’ll work closely with a faculty member on a research or creative project that integrates the knowledge and skills you’ve gained at Grinnell. Many MAPs result in papers, presentations, performances, and exhibits that share the results of...
In the Writing Lab, instructors assist students to become elegant, eloquent writers and public speakers and support faculty in their roles as teachers of writing and speaking across the curriculum. We believe: Writing... Offers a powerful tools not only for communicating...
We email the Liberal Arts in Prison newsletter around twice a year to keep you up to date on what we're doing. Subscriptions Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates about our program. Liberal Arts in Prison Newsletter Archive Summer 2015 Update--Reunion 2015 and Grinnell...
Donate Your gifts make our work possible. The Liberal Arts in Prison Program is funded almost entirely by private donations and grants. Your gift provides liberal arts education to incarcerated students and fosters Grinnell's commitment to social justice. All donations are tax-...
Call For Papers The Grinnell College Peace and Conflict Studies Program is seeking undergraduate student paper submissions addressing issues of peace and conflict from the sciences, social sciences, and humanities for the 2016 Grinnell Peace and Conflict Studies Student...
Get Help with Data Visualization and Analysis at DASIL (ARH 130) Grinnell’s Data Analysis and Social Inquiry Lab (DASIL) helps students and faculty members integrate data analysis into research and classroom work. In addition to software training and data-set preparation, the...
Tutoring Hours Tutoring Is Available: Monday through Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Sunday 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Staff at the Math Lab includes the following: Math Tutors for Fall 2013Tutors with an * can also help with...
Advising and Career Planning Ashley Schaefer, the Lawrence S. Pidgeon Director of Grinnell Careers in Education Professions, provides advising and career planning services to all current and former Grinnell students interested in careers in education. Advising services include...
Fall 2013 Short Courses Below is a list of 1/2 semester and short course offerings for Fall 2013, as well as the applicable deadlines for each course.  Registration change forms are due in the Registrar's Office by 5:00 p.m. of the deadline day.  Full course descriptions for...
Fall 2014 Special and Variable Topic Course Descriptions Spring 2015 Special and Variable Topic Course Descriptions  
Interdisciplinary Study at Grinnell College In many ways, study at Grinnell College seeks to integrate different forms of knowledge, approaches, and ways of thinking. Interdisciplinary (and otherwise integrative) study begins with the first year Tutorial and can culminate with a...
This program could not exist without the generous support of Grinnell alumni, friends of the college, and the Grinnell-Newburg community. If you are interested in supporting the Careers in Education Professions program, a number of ways to get involved are listed below. If any...

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Jackie Blair ‘12 and James Yox ’12 were the two Grinnell Area Local Foods Alliance summer garden apprentices, working with Center director Jon Andelson. They maintained the campus garden and community garden, worked with the Compass Plant CSA, worked with kids programs in the...
The Humanities Center is pleased to announce its annual student conference on April 19-20, 2013.  Following the success of the conference last year, the Center has decided to make this an annual event at which students have the opportunity to present a selection of their papers...
  If you’re a student-athlete (emphasis on “student”), you will almost certainly love it at Grinnell. Sure, depending on your sport, you can find higher levels of athletic competition at other schools, but to find a place where you can be encouraged to excel in the classroom...
4:15 p.m., ARH 102, informal discussion with Professor Donham7:30 p.m., ARH 102, lecture, "Intensive Livestock Production Systems: Occupational and Environmental Concerns" On Wednesday, February 6, the Center for Prairie Studies is sponsoring a visit to campus by Dr. Kelley...
As of December 10, 2013, Grinnell College is proud to introduce the first 35 members of the new Grinnell Careers in Education Professions program. The program, made possible by a generous gift by Charles A. Lewis and Penny Sebring ’64, is intended to encourage bright students...
The Grinnell College Peace and Conflict Studies Program is seeking undergraduate student paper submissions addressing issues of peace and conflict from the sciences, social sciences, and humanities for the Grinnell Peace Studies Student Conference February 28 - March 1, 2014....
When introducing the iPad, Steve Jobs said " “It is in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough — it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the results that make our heart sing.” Grinnellians are experts at marrying the liberal...
  Interpreting Test Scores To interpret an individual student's standardized achievement test scores, please refer to the following concordance table which compares scores of the two national achievement tests. SAT ACT 1440 and up 33 and up 1400 - 1430 32 1360 - 1390 31 1330 -...
Ethan Lipton and Orchestra will present No Place to Go—a “hilarious, irreverent ode to the unemployed” that won the Obie Award in 2012—at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30, in the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center Room 101.  Steeped in American musical traditions ranging from blues and jazz...
  Off-Campus Study Grinnell is affiliated with nearly 100 off-campus study programsworldwide, and we offer two of our own:  Grinnell-in-London and Grinnell-in- Washington. By the time they graduate, 55-60% of all Grinnell students have studied in a semester-or year-long program...
Explore topics that affect us all through the Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations, and Human Rights. Throughout its history, Grinnell has emphasized the importance of human rights and social progress, and encouraged the discussion of the public policies...
Grinnell College's Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations, and Human Rights will host athree-day symposium, Sept. 11-13,* to discuss "Who Should Teach Our Children? Education and Democracy Worldwide." The Office of the President and the Grinnell College...
Grinnell faculty from a variety of disciplines are spending the academic year 2010-11 studying the complex issues of gender and identity in the contemporary Middle East and North Africa. Under the guidance of Professors Susan Ireland (French), Kathy Kamp (Anthropology), and...
Panel Book Talk: noon Friday, Nov. 15, Bucksbaum Center Faulconer Gallery In The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas S. Kuhn argues against the view that science continually progresses throughout time. Instead, he asserts that science undergoes revolutions in which a...

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The answers to these questions will be used to frame the discussion at the September 19, 2011 faculty meeting.