We are very proud of our alumni! Our majors go on to work in architecture, arts management, community service, development, education, law, and museums and galleries—or physics, computer science, and economics. Those pursuing advanced degrees in art history have a brilliant track record. In recent years our alumni have been (or are) graduate students at the most prestigious academic institutions (UC Berkeley, Bryn Mawr, the Courtauld, Duke, Penn, Stanford, UCLA, Williams, and Yale, to name a few).
Teaching and Learning
The Robert N. Noyce '49 Visiting Professorship in the Physical Sciences, Math, and Computer Science
In June of 1998, Grinnell College received a generous gift from the Noyce family, whose purpose was to bring outstanding scholars and leaders to campus from the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, and chemistry to enhance and enrich the knowledge of students and faculty in subject areas new or not well represented by regular faculty.
Prominent Washington, D.C. attorney Jeetander Dulani ’98 discusses wrongful conviction and habeas corpus at Oct. 9 roundtable.
Develop your understanding of Hispanic American history, culture, & daily life from Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1980.
The Grinnell Science Project is committed to developing the talents of all students interested in science and mathematics, especially those from groups underrepresented in the sciences -- students of color, first-generation college students, and women in physics, mathematics and computer science.
A new Arthur Vining Davis grant expands program opportunities