SHACS is pleased to announce that A.J. Williams will be joining our team in July as psychologist and training coordinator. A.J. comes to Grinnell from Oregon State University. A.J.’s experience in an APA-approved training site like OSU will be a great boon for us as we design and launch a pre-doctoral psychology internship program. In addition, the expertise and diversity she brings to our staff will serve our students tremendously.
Located in the Bear athletic and recreation center, the climbing wall offers bouldering, top rope climbing, autobelays and lead climbing opportunities. Open sessions are scheduled 4-5 days weekly, with additional specialty sessions for beginners, groups and advanced workshops. The bouldering wall is open most times the center is open. In addition to GORP sponsored climbing times, GORP is happy to schedule sessions for any groups of 6 or more wishing to use the wall.
For the past several years, Andrew Kaufman has been exploring the concept of containment, as well as the tangential ideas of breach and contamination, in a multiplicity of forms that range from painting to installation. Rather than engage with narrative, Kaufman's work seeks to embody these concepts by co-opting their structures, and utilize cultural signifiers that intrinsically allude to the body.
On view through December 16:
The Drupal Functions and Shared Apps committee will:
- evaluate and help implement requests for custom or non-Palantir modules and ensure all modules are properly documented and meet relevant standards.
- work with Computer Science in the event that Drupal is incorporated into the curriculum so student work will be of the quality to incorporate into the website.
The Quality Assurance and Website Standards committee:
- helps educate the College community about the importance of standards and what standards are put in place.
- works with all other committees in developing relevant standards.
- reviews requests for customizations in terms of the established standards.
The Investment Committee shall be responsible for maintaining a policy of prudent investment in stocks, bonds, real assets, non-marketable securities such as private placements and limited partnerships, and other similar financial instruments, interests and/or securities, subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees.
Members: David Braman (Vice-Chair), Nord Brue, Sylvia Kwan, Fred Little, John Price, Karen Shaff (Chair).
The CERA Committee is a set of faculty, staff, and students who work with the CERA Director (a Biology faculty member) and the CERA Manager (a staff member who works for the Center for Prairie Studies and the Biology Department) to administer CERA. The Committee helps coordinate use of CERA by classes, researchers, and others, and it reviews and defines CERA policies and long-term plans