Top public health leaders speak Sept. 8-10, 18 on topics from Ebola to obesity.
Sept. 11–12, Kyle Abraham explores triumphs in international history of civil rights as well as creative collaboration in dance.
More than 10% of a national leadership program volunteers this year are from Grinnell.
Political activities on campus are more about social justice causes than political parties.
Community organizations can learn about Grinnell's recent AmeriCorp grant and how to get involved at July 20, 2015 info session.
About Merlin Mathews ’17
Merlin Mathews ’17 will be graduating with a bachelor of arts degree in anthropology and gender, women's, and sexuality studies. Merlin is neurodivergent and chronically and mentally ill.
He writes about the variety of accommodations he has received and the personal and administrative processes for getting them.
College and community partners receive grants to support a early literacy project that helps young students read.
Conducting international sustainability research.
Archie Tyson ’06 is committed to education for himself and his students.
Jen Brooks ’15, who is originally from Atlanta, Ga., graduated with a bachelor of arts in sociology. Jen was the third Grinnell student in recent years who used a wheelchair. She also needed full-time personal care attendant (PCA) services and a communication aid in the classroom.
During her time at Grinnell, Jen had the opportunity to explore her passion for activism, hone her skills as a researcher (through her two internships), and develop independent living skills.