Grinnellian paints picture of campus over time
Physics professor takes students in Bridges, Towers, And Skyscrapers course to United Kingdom.
Childhood fascination and eco-focus lead Tayler Chicoine ’14 to awards, grants, and global experiences.
Delia Salomon ’14 finds inspiration in contrasts.
Critical thought and passion — that’s the combination that fills Graciela Guzmán ’11 with Grinnellian pride. As an enrollment specialist at a community health center on the northwest side of Chicago, Graciela enrolls people in healthcare plans and educates them about the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
All-Campus Milestone presentation
March 6 and 7
Noon, Harris Center Cinema
Faculty vote in favor of Open Access resolution, expanding access to their forthcoming scholarly articles.
Jon Neiderbach announced this morning that he will seek the Democratic nomination for Iowa state auditor in 2014. An attorney, Neiderbach served a term on the Des Moines School Board and worked in state government for many years, first at the Legislative Fiscal Bureau and later at the Iowa Department of Human Services.
Frederick D. Collins of Scottsdale, Ariz., died Oct. 27, 2013, at the age of 89.
What kind of national digital library system—or systems, plural—should the U.S. create?