Past Rosenfield Internships - Summer 2013
The Jesse Macy House at 1205 Park Street opened in spring 2008— a newly renovated home for many of the College's distinguished programs. The house brings together programs that regularly enrich the lives of Grinnellians by bringing special speakers and performers to campus, providing new and unusual research opportunities, and bridging the boundaries between academic disciplines.
Explore topics that affect us all through the Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations, and Human Rights.
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Each year the Rosenfield Program provides stipends for summer student internships in the areas of public affairs, international relations, and human rights. These opportunities allow Grinnell students to apply their interest and education away from campus in a real-life job experience in the United States or internationally.
Debating counterinsurgency and the future of Afghanistan with Gian Gentile and John Nagl
The Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations, and Human Rights has enriched campus life for over 30 years by creating exciting co-curricular programs. The Rosenfield Program invites distinguished scholars, public servants, and political and social commentators to Grinnell to talk about important current events and issues. The Rosenfield Program also funds student internships in public affairs, international relations, and human rights to connect Grinnellians to the world and to prepare future global leaders.
Grinnell College’s Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations and Human Rights will sponsor a Feb. 21-23 symposium on the global financial crisis with professionals from the Federal Reserve, Standard & Poor’s, the Washington Post, and academia.
Sarah Purcell, director of the Rosenfield Program, said the symposium topic continues to be of great interest and concern, “as our students look for jobs, in an election year, and as the intensity evolves from day to day.
GRINNELL, IA – Twenty years after President Ronald Reagan’s challenge to “tear down this wall,” Grinnell College’s Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations, and Human Rights will offer a symposium, Sept. 21-23, to discuss “Beyond the Cold War: The World Since 1989.”