A look at Posse Scholars and their experiences at Grinnell.
The Peer Connections Pre-Orientation Program helps historically under-represented students get a sneak peek of life on campus.
New student group makes a big impact for the food insecure.
Brooks, who chose Grinnell because of its accessibility, discusses the "culture of diversity."
Tracy Pa ’15 and Isaiah Tyree ’15 earn federal grants to study abroad in the spring; Pa in Japan and Tyree in South Africa.
Karla Erickson’s new book explores the dynamics of aging and preparing for death in an elder community.
Naomie Ramsay ’14 worked with her mentor, Audrey Devine-Eller to explore post-secondary educational issues.
First-year students explore aging and social justice.
Sociology is the scientific study of human behavior in groups. Sociology classes equip you to critically analyze how the social world is organized, sustained, and transformed and to explore issues of individual agency, power, and inequality. Majors can do internships, research, mentored advanced projects, off-campus study, and conference presentations.