Whether in the classroom or independently, scientific research offers intellectual rewards.
A dozen local projects and initiatives will benefit this year from the College’s Mini-Grant Program.
Mary Seely to talk about the application of science to education and public policy in a southern African developing country.
Artist Faheem Majeed discusses a multifaceted South Side Chicago installation and screens the film “Medium Cool.”
Specialist in Asian American studies will explore the historical Siamese twins, Chang and Eng Bunker.
Popular author discusses his search for the upper limits of the ability to learn, speak, and use languages.
National expert on political philosophy will talk about the meaning of consent in a democracy.
Jonathan Miller-Lane’s talk explores the role of a liberal arts education in today’s world.
This summer, the Adult Community Exploration Series will again offer free short courses.
Grinnell College and community choirs will sing Mozart's "Requiem" in a program featuring flute and violin concertos.