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The facility includes refurbished teaching and research laboratories, classroom and office space, a science library, a computer laboratory, and several study areas. The addition connects two of the wings with a courtyard in between. The building houses the departments of biology...
The facility includes refurbished teaching and research laboratories, classroom and office space, a science library, a computer laboratory, and several study areas. The addition connects two of the wings with a courtyard in between. The building houses the departments of biology...

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Links to Assessment Instruments CURE survey (Classroom Undergraduate Research Experience) RISC survey (Research on the Integrated Science Curriculum) ROLE survey (Research on Learning and Education) SEA CURE survey (Science Education Alliance Classroom Undergraduate Research...
The Classroom Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) survey grew out of a creative collaboration of faculty from Grinnell College, Hope College, Harvey Mudd College, and Wellesley College, funded by HHMI. The CURE may be used as a pretest-posttest or posttest-only survey to...
Are you looking for a Psychology tutor? Available free of charge to Grinnell students of any ability Use before an exam, or as a regular review and study option Tutors are upper-level Grinnell College students, experienced with the material, recommended by the faculty Whether...
Are you looking for a Psychology tutor? Available free of charge to Grinnell students of any ability Use before an exam, or as a regular review and study option Tutors are upper-level Grinnell College students, experienced with the material, recommended by the faculty Whether...
General Psychology Links Galaxy - Useful starting point for on-line psychological research. Careers in Psychology - American Psychological Association (APA)'s website provides information on careers in psychology. PsychNet - American Psychological Association homepage....
General Psychology Links Galaxy - Useful starting point for on-line psychological research. Careers in Psychology - American Psychological Association (APA)'s website provides information on careers in psychology. PsychNet - American Psychological Association homepage....
The Research on the Integrated Science Curriculum (RISC) surveys (there are 3) are part of a research program initiated by the Interdisciplinary Learning Consortium, whose founding members represent Carleton College, Grinnell College, Hope College, St. Olaf College, and Whitman...
The Science Education Alliance Classroom Undergraduate Research Experience (SEA CURE) pre-course survey is an instrument for student assessment of their experience with the National Genomics Research Initiative (NGRI) funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Students in...
Student Co-authored Papers Gibson, J. M., & Meade*, M. L. (2004). Priming guesses on a forced-recall test. Journal of General Psychology, 131, 225-241. Gibson, J. M., & Bahrey*, R. (2005). Modality-specificity effects in priming of visual and auditory word-fragment...
Student Co-authored Papers Gibson, J. M., & Meade*, M. L. (2004). Priming guesses on a forced-recall test. Journal of General Psychology, 131, 225-241. Gibson, J. M., & Bahrey*, R. (2005). Modality-specificity effects in priming of visual and auditory word-fragment...
Welcome. The three surveys described below - the Preflection, the SURE III, and the Follow Up - are supported by funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Each survey takes about 10-15 minutes. The surveys are being conducted by Professor David Lopatto of Grinnell...
Initial information on each participating research program and institution will be collected from a faculty member or program director known in the SURE as the Corresponding Program Coordinator (CPC). The information collected from the CPC will be used to create the lists of...

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Psychology major Fanchao (Frank) Zhu ’15 never expected to receive intensive business preparation as a liberal arts student. A scholarship through the College’s Center for Careers, Life, and Service (CLS) has changed his perspective. The psychology major from Nanjing, China...
Jessi L. Smith, a noted expert on social psychology, will deliver the Scholars' Convocation at noon Wednesday, April 1, in Joe Rosenfield '25 Center, Room 101. The lecture is free and open to the public with a free pizza lunch provided. Smith, a professor of psychology at...
“I think, therefore I play!” So says Janet Gibson, who is leading her first years in a multifaceted exploration of chess. The students are studying: The history of the game, biographies of grandmasters, the artistry of chess sets, chess in music, art, and novels, the world of...
“I think, therefore I play!” So says Janet Gibson, who is leading her first years in a multifaceted exploration of chess. The students are studying: The history of the game, biographies of grandmasters, the artistry of chess sets, chess in music, art, and novels, the world of...
Before classes begin, the Grinnell Science Project (GSP) brings together selected students who are interested in science and creates a community that helps them feel comfortable with college life both inside and outside the classroom. “GSP was a huge blessing. For one thing, the...
Anne Fausto-Sterling, a noted expert in gender studies, will present a free public lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 2, in the Joe Rosenfield '25 Center, Room 101. Fausto-Sterling, Nancy Duke Lewis Professor of biology and gender studies at Brown University, is a frequent...
Anne Fausto-Sterling, a noted expert in gender studies, will present a free public lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 2, in the Joe Rosenfield '25 Center, Room 101. Fausto-Sterling, Nancy Duke Lewis Professor of biology and gender studies at Brown University, is a frequent...
Less than a year after graduating, Seth Gustafson ’14 was invited back to Grinnell’s campus to share his experiences with Professor Emeritus Doug Caulkins’ Creative Careers class. Gustafson was one of two 2014 graduates brought back to share their experiences and advice on...
Less than a year after graduating, Seth Gustafson ’14 was invited back to Grinnell’s campus to share his experiences with Professor Emeritus Doug Caulkins’ Creative Careers class. Gustafson was one of two 2014 graduates brought back to share their experiences and advice on...
Grinnell College Professor of Psychology and Samuel R. and Marie-Louise Rosenthal Professor of Natural Science and Mathematics David E. Lopatto has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election as an AAAS Fellow is an honor...
Grinnell College Professor of Psychology and Samuel R. and Marie-Louise Rosenthal Professor of Natural Science and Mathematics David E. Lopatto has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election as an AAAS Fellow is an honor...
Victoria Vertilo ’12 and psychology professor Janet Gibson have published a paper, “Influence of character strengths on mental-health stigma,” in the Journal of Positive Psychology. “The paper presents correlational and experimental data of individual differences measures on...
Victoria Vertilo ’12 and psychology professor Janet Gibson have published a paper, “Influence of character strengths on mental-health stigma,” in the Journal of Positive Psychology. “The paper presents correlational and experimental data of individual differences measures on...
Fall Inductees: Elizabeth Steuber '14 Zoe Cronin '14 Mai Ha Vu '13 Seth Howard '14 Claire Tseng '14 Spring Inductees: Kenzie Doyle '15 Michelle Kim '14 Claire Lowe '14 Jeremy Bulman '15 Liesl Schnabel '15 Jade Denson '15 Daniela Jaime Garcia '15 Max Herzberg '14 Cassidy White '...
Fall Inductees: Elizabeth Steuber '14 Zoe Cronin '14 Mai Ha Vu '13 Seth Howard '14 Claire Tseng '14 Spring Inductees: Kenzie Doyle '15 Michelle Kim '14 Claire Lowe '14 Jeremy Bulman '15 Liesl Schnabel '15 Jade Denson '15 Daniela Jaime Garcia '15 Max Herzberg '14 Cassidy White '...
Spring 2014 Inductees: Rebecca Carpenter '15 Elizabeth Gillig '15 Dongye Lu '15 Stella Oh '16 Dan Teng '15 Emily Twedell '15 Fall 2013 Inductees: Lorraine Blatt ’14 Miriam Clayton ’15 Benyamin Elias ’15 Jessica Flannery ’15 Ashlee Hulbert ’15 Iulia Iordache ’15 Laurie Polisky ’...
Spring 2014 Inductees: Rebecca Carpenter '15 Elizabeth Gillig '15 Dongye Lu '15 Stella Oh '16 Dan Teng '15 Emily Twedell '15 Fall 2013 Inductees: Lorraine Blatt ’14 Miriam Clayton ’15 Benyamin Elias ’15 Jessica Flannery ’15 Ashlee Hulbert ’15 Iulia Iordache ’15 Laurie Polisky ’...
At Grinnell, an array of class-related experiences outside of the main academic buildings gives students a chance to dig deeper into topics in real-world settings. Take Asani Seawell’s Advanced Health Psychology course, for example. Seawell, an associate professor of psychology...
Two Mentored Advanced Projects (MAPs) in theatre, one in chemistry, an internship with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and a job managing the campus pub — the key points on Ben Doehr ’15’s resume indicate the chemistry/economics double major’s depth and breadth...
Tracy Pa ’15 and Isaiah Tyree ’15 have been awarded federally funded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to support their study abroad during the spring 2014 semester. Tyree is a history and psychology major from Taos, New Mexico. He will study at the University of...
Tracy Pa ’15 and Isaiah Tyree ’15 have been awarded federally funded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to support their study abroad during the spring 2014 semester. Tyree is a history and psychology major from Taos, New Mexico. He will study at the University of...
  Grinnellians are helping Grinnellians get enough sleep.   This summer four computer science majors worked on project designed specifically for Grinnellians that will help students track their sleep and encourage good sleep habits. Janet Davis, associate professor of computer...
  Grinnellians are helping Grinnellians get enough sleep.   This summer four computer science majors worked on project designed specifically for Grinnellians that will help students track their sleep and encourage good sleep habits. Janet Davis, associate professor of computer...
Participants enjoyed beautiful weather on Saturday, Oct. 5 for psychology’s walk to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association   The two-mile walk through downtown Grinnell was a psychology service project to raise awareness of the national Alzheimer’s Association's program of Walks to...
Participants enjoyed beautiful weather on Saturday, Oct. 5 for psychology’s walk to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association   The two-mile walk through downtown Grinnell was a psychology service project to raise awareness of the national Alzheimer’s Association's program of Walks to...

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Studying psychology, you learn how to read texts closely, design and conduct laboratory research and use related technology, and analyze and interpret statistics. In courses you investigate the natural science and principles of behavior and learn how to ethically apply them to...
Studying psychology, you learn how to read texts closely, design and conduct laboratory research and use related technology, and analyze and interpret statistics. In courses you investigate the natural science and principles of behavior and learn how to ethically apply them to...

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