In celebration of Earth Month, Grinnell College hosts free events featuring local food, volunteering, and exploration.
Pulitzer Prize nominee Howard French to lecture on "China’s Second Continent: How a Million Migrants are Building a New Empire in Africa."
Plan your own curriculum from the ground up.
Students’ summer research projects enhance the classroom experience.
Activist Rae Sikora discusses the global impact of our daily choices, exploring how to create a more just world.
Interested in sustainability at Grinnell? Two students are making it easier to find ways to make a difference.
Students talk with faculty, other students, and visiting experts in the single-credit course, Environmental Challenges & Responses.
Grinnellians use independent studies to explore special topics.
With an environmental studies concentration, you explore the relationship between humans and our natural environment. Courses help you understand this relationship’s scientific, economic, political, historical, and ethical issues and challenges. You apply what you’ve learned in off-campus study, internships, and capstone projects.