Join the celebration for Cook-Martín's new book and learn about the history of democracy and racism.
Andres Cambronero '15 wins the 2014 Student Research Award from North Central Council of Latin Americanists.
Jeneva Thaxton, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach, Athletics, October 15
Larry Jackson, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach, Athletics, October 15
Bonnie Megel, Pantry, Dining Services, October 23
Muhammad Omar Afzaal ’14, Technical Assistant I, Development & Alumni Relations, October 24
Allison Haack, Library Assistant IV – Special Collections & Archives, Library, November 10
None to report
Joe Bear, Bookstore Assistant, College Bookstore, October 31
Grinnell, Iowa - Grinnell College will launch the Ignite Program on Saturday, Nov. 22, with a day of free classes taught by Grinnell College student teachers. The program is open to students in pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade, and registration is open until Friday, Oct. 24.
The Ignite Program encourages children to take fun, free academic mini-courses taught by Grinnell College students. Courses, including “Candyland Architecture” and “The Science of Harry Potter,” will focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Each course will have at least two teachers and will be capped at 15 students. All participants will receive a free pizza lunch, snacks and a T-shirt. Parents can register their children at https://orgsync.com/96206/forms/120171.
Parents with children in pre-K through 4th-grade can register their children for one morning course, one afternoon course, or both one morning and afternoon course. Children in fifth through eighth-grade will take one full-day course. The morning courses will begin at 9 a.m. with a pickup after lunch at 12:30 p.m., and the afternoon courses will begin with a drop-off before lunch at 11:30 a.m. and pickup at 3 p.m. Students taking two courses, or one full-day course, can be dropped off before 9 a.m. and picked up at 3 p.m.
These engaging courses will be fun and accessible to students, and will introduce them to the physical environment of a college campus, helping to develop college readiness.
The Ignite Program is made possible by Grinnell Careers in Education Professions, the Office of Community Enhancement and Engagement, and a generous gift from Helen Redmond and Pete Brownell.
Natalie Sims, Call-in Catering, Dining Services, Oct. 3
Mason Shuler, Temporary Presentation Cook, Dining Services, Oct. 3
Angie Vander Leest, Academic Support Assistant II (1-year term), Office of the Dean, Oct. 27
Sara Valentine, Sous Chef, Dining Services, Oct. 5
Greg Turner, Mechanic I, Facilities Management, Oct. 2
Cheryl Chase, Registrar, October 3
Sarah Pfennigs, Academic Support Assistant II, Office of the Dean, Oct. 9
A look at Posse Scholars and their experiences at Grinnell.
The 2014 Benefits Fair, Oct. 23, includes benefit and wellness vendors, chair massages, paraffin handwaxing, door prizes, and food.
Explore 116 years of Grinnell history through the Scarlet and Black digital archive.