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  Programs 3-2 Engineering ProgramAlternate Language (ALSO)General Literary StudiesGrinnell-in-LondonGrinnell-in-Washington, D.C.Film StudiesLiberal Arts in Prison ProgramMAP (Mentored Advanced Project)Master of Public Health Cooperative Degree ProgramNoun Program in Women's...

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Each Global Development Studies concentrator is required to complete at least one internship or independent study. Most students either participate in an off-campus study program that includes an internship or complete a graded summer internship program that works in...
Rosenfield Grant The Rosenfield Grant supports internships in the areas of public affairs, international relations, and/or human rights. The Committee interprets this mandate broadly, but it will be up to the student to articulate the connection of their internship to one or...
The Student Educational Policy Committee, or SEPC, is a student-faculty liaison group which provides faculty with student input on professors, candidates, curriculum, and other departmental issues. It also organizes social events within the department.
Global Development Studies occasionally hires a student who has shown particular interest in and dedication to the concentration (i.e. through SEPC work) to undertake research or develop web material. For more information or to learn about options, please contact Monty Roper.

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Carnegie Hall, 1210 Park Street, is located north of Herrick Chapel. Dedicated June 13, 1905, the building is in modified Classical form with a low hipped roof, impressive cornice with dentils, red-brick walls, and quoins outlining window areas. The middle section of the facade...

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Courses that focus primarily on various forms of artistic expression or philosophical thought ART 230 – Northern Renaissance Art ART 231 – Modern Art in Europe, 1900–1940 ART 232 – Art Since 1945 ART 248 – Greek Archaeology and Art ART 250 – Roman Archaeology and Art ART 295 –...
Courses that focus primarily on various forms of artistic expression or philosophical thought ART 230 – Northern Renaissance Art ART 231 – Modern Art in Europe, 1900–1940 ART 232 – Art Since 1945 ART 248 – Greek Archaeology and Art ART 250 – Roman Archaeology and Art ART 295 –...
Upcoming Courses Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Current Courses Spring 2014 Course# Course Title Professor Category AMS235/ANT235 Anthropology of American Culture Gibel Mevorach B AMS395/ANT395 The Cultural Politics of Fashion Gibel Mevorach D ANT227 Mothers and Infants Bentley-...
Courses that address notions of identity and the dynamics of inclusion/exclusion as their central category of analysis ART 295 – Gender, Race, and Fashion in Western Portraiture ENG 230 – English Historical Linguistics ENG 310 – Studies in Shakespeare ENG 323 – Studies in...
Latin American Studies Research Papers Year Title of Paper Author   2012 Networking? Social Media and Protest in Mexico  Anna Henriquez   2010 Constructing Indigenous Representation in Contemporary Bolivia Chloe Nelly   2010 Corn, Tortillas, and Candy:...
Courses that center upon the analysis of state structures, public and private organizations, and social actors CLS 255 – History of Ancient Greece CLS 256 – History of Rome ENG 338 – The British Novel II HIS 234 – Early Modern Europe, 1350–1650 HIS 235 – Britain in the Modern...

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Judith Klinman, professor of the graduate school and chancellor’s professor at the University of California, Berkeley, is presenting two lectures on Wednesday, Nov. 20: Scholars’ Convocation:  noon in Rosenfield Center Room 101. Chemistry Lecture: 4:15 p.m. in Noyce 2022. Both...
“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...
The student app developers want to help solve world problems as part of Grinnell’s emphasis on social responsibility. But they also want to use their smartphones to handle much smaller tasks, like checking whether the D-hall, Grinnell's Marketplace dining hall, is serving pizza...
Liberal Arts in Health Care Professions SymposiumFriday–Saturday, Feb. 7–8, 2014A Grinnellink Event About the Symposium Grinnell College offers a remarkable foundation for students aspiring to careers in the health care professions, whether as nurses, physician assistants,...
One class of Grinnell students is taking advantage of a unique opportunity: composing music for a Grammy-winning vocal ensemble. Roomful of Teeth will present a performance at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 27 in Sebring-Lewis Hall. It will be the premiere of several works by students of...
Grinnellians bring their interests into the classroom, using assignments to study the things they are most interested in. But when they can’t otherwise fit a topic into their curriculum, they turn to guided reading (200-level) and independent study (300-level) coursework to...
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...
Writers@Grinnell brings to campus writers of all kinds: poets, novelists, memoirists, essayists, radio essayists, columnists, graphic memoirists, playwrights, and short story writers. “Interacting with writers, hearing them not only read from their work but also talk about their...

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