Dancers present talk and multi-media performance that bears witness and celebrates lives of poets and artists lost to AIDS.
Center for International Studies
The Global Learning Program (GLP) Tutorials explore specific themes in semester-long courses.
You'll learn from a pair of Grinnell faculty on campus and travel with them internationally.
This is a virtually all-inclusive paid international experience to two or more countries for a total of 3-4 weeks!
Grinnell pays tribute to New Orleans, Haiti with events that mark the anniversaries of the respective post-disaster Carnival celebrations.
The Institute for the International Education of Students (IES Abroad) presents two opportunities for faculty during the summer or fall of 2016.
Lan-Chang Fellowship offers two Grinnell students the opportunity to conduct research in China during the summer.
Faculty Development Seminar
The Center sponsors a Faculty Development Seminar every other year.
Members of the seminar travel to an international destination or set of destinations in order to enhance the international dimension of the Grinnell curriculum and individual faculty members' scholarship.
Learn more about the Faculty Development Seminar (login required).
Sociologist Matthew Hughey to discuss impact of media coverage of athletics, genetics, and race.
The winner of 2015 Cesar for Best Picture showing free at theatre downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Tunisian Archaeologist Nejib Ben Lazreg lectures on Roman mosaics.