The Global Learning Program (GLP) Tutorials explore specific themes in semester-long courses.
You'll learn from a pair of Grinnell faculty on campus and travel with them internationally.
This is a virtually all-inclusive paid international experience to two or more countries for a total of 3-4 weeks!
Library Resource Highlight
Seniors Lane Atmore and Chase Booth receive award for postgraduate study and travel abroad.
Xenophobia is not a new issue in our society and the Project Pengyou Leadership Summit is helping to end it. This year, the Wilson Program helped Grinnellians attend.
The nationally known leadership summit creates spaces and promotes movements to help end and fight the institutional xenophobia that has plagued our nation throughout history. It promotes collaboration, inclusion, and mutual understanding between Americans and Chinese citizens.
Grinnell College to show Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD broadcast of Puccini’s “Madam Butterfly.”
Downtown location offers opportunities for students to interact with community residents.
Short course let students experience the 2016 presidential campaign up close.
Grinnell students learn how to transform violence and promote peace.
Dr. Daphne Miller, a family physician, writer and associate professor of family medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, will discuss “Farmacology: Total Health from the Ground Up” on Thursday, March 10, at Grinnell College.
Her lecture will start at 7:30 p.m. in room 101 of the Joe Rosenfield '25 Center, 1115 Eighth Ave., Grinnell. She will also lead a roundtable discussion about health professions, alternative medicine and diet at 4 p.m., the same day, in room 152 of the Bucksbaum Center for the Arts, 1108 Park St., Grinnell. Both events are free and open to the public.
Miller will use her latest book, "Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing," to frame her discussion of family farms. Her lecture will cover all the aspects of farming—from seed choice to soil management—that have a direct and powerful impact on health.
Bridging the traditional divide between agriculture and medicine, Miller will share lessons learned from inspiring farmers and biomedical researchers as she weaves their insights and discoveries, along with stories from her patients, into the narrative.
A practicing family physician, Miller is also a leading scholar on health ecology. Her writings in the field have been published in The Washington Post, The New York Times, Vogue, Orion Magazine, Yes! Magazine, Food and Wine, The Guardian and Harvard Medical Magazine.
Miller has received numerous honors for her achievements in health ecology, including fellowships at the University of California San Francisco, funded by the National Institute of Health, and at the Berkeley Food Institute. She also serves on the boards of a number of non-profits, including Institute of the Golden Gate, Education Outside, Mandela Marketplace and the Edible Schoolyard Foundation.
Sponsoring this event are the Grinnell College Office of the President, Center for Prairie Studies, Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations and Human Rights, Office of Community Enhancement and Engagement, Wellness Program, Chaplain’s Office, Student Environmental Committee and the Student Government Association.