Activist and educator Dorje Gurung '94 will speak on "Human Rights and Education of Marginalized People of Nepal."
Senior Analyst Peter Beck ’02, Government Accountability Office, discusses Federal performance and careers in government.
Law professor Douglas Berman presents “Understanding and Undoing Mass Incarceration” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 11.
Rosenfield Symposium on Feb. 4-6 examines Winter Olympics, human rights, and Russia’s enigmatic leader.
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.
Rosenfield Grants support internships in public affairs, international relations, and human rights in the U.S. and abroad.
Panel explores DOMA, Proposition 8, and the future of marriage in America in “Marriage Equality, Implementation, and What’s Next.”
Marsha Ternus, attorney, former chief justice of the Iowa Supreme Court, who taught a class on restorative justice at Grinnell College:
“I think any time you are talking about public policy, it’s good to have all the players on board, because then you have a consistent approach from the beginning contact through the court system.”
Security researcher Mark Gondree discusses the ramifications of big data and global data storage.
The third annual Grinnell Prize symposium, Nov. 3–9, honors the 2013 prizewinners.