Faculty

Employees on the Move - March 18, 2014

Arrivals

Thomas Whitaker
Plant Custodian
Dept:  Facilities Management
Effective:  March 17
 
Susan Kriegel
Development Assistant
Dept:  Development and Alumni Relations
Regular, full-time, 12 mos., non-exempt
Effective: March 24
 
Michelle Tiemessen
Baker
10 mos. (mid-August – Mid June, excluding breaks), non-exempt
Dept:  Dining Services
Effective:  March 26
 
Justin Thaxton

Got Grit? Panel

Got Grit? Take a break from studying and learn how grit can help you succeed in stressful times. Join panelists from the faculty, writing lab, student affairs, athletics, CLS, SHACS, and wellness in discussing what it means to have grit and how you can persevere in tough times.

Tuesday, March 11th 

Noon-1 
ARH 305 

7:30pm-8:30pm 
Main Hall Lounge 
 

When Will I Register for Fall Classes?

Tue, 2014-03-04 02:24 | By Anonymous (not verified)

During New Student Orientation - on August 23, 24, and 25 - you will have meetings with your faculty adviser. After discussing your academic goals and interests with you faculty adviser and planning your final schedule, you'll submit your final registration on Tuesday, August 26. On Wednesday, August 27, you will have a chance to make changes to your schedule. Review the Academic Planning for New Students Guide on selecting courses. This guide can be found within the Publications tab (located on the left side of our web page.)

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Why the change?

Faculty, staff, and students want an easy-to-navigate, central source of information they need to do their jobs, finish a degree program, or enjoy campus activities.

The Office of Communications is working to streamline and improve email communications. The goal is to develop an internal communications tool that delivers campus news and events in an organized, easy-to-navigate newsletter.

 

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Marsha Ternus, former chief justice of Iowa Supreme Court, speaks on juvenile justice system

Marsha Ternus, attorney, former chief justice of the Iowa Supreme Court, who taught a class on restorative justice at Grinnell College:

“I think any time you are talking about public policy, it’s good to have all the players on board, because then you have a consistent approach from the beginning contact through the court system.”

Person Mentioned:
 Marsha Ternus

Grinnell College VP Houston Dougharty Is Honored by National Professional Association

Monday, Nov. 18, 2013 9:43 pm

Grinnell, Iowa -- Houston Dougharty, vice president for student affairs at Grinnell College, was honored earlier this month at the regional meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.

The organization recognized Dougharty for Outstanding Performance as a Senior Student Affairs Officer, an honor that is presented to an individual who has excelled as a dean in the student affairs profession.

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