In a short video, Science Learning Center mentors describe SLC mentoring.
Grinnell's new Computer Science curriculum and Computer Science major have received international recognition by the major computing professional societies.
Community members’ voices sound out through students’ advanced projects: research, theatre, and dance.
Students from five colleges present on topics from food insecurity and sexual violence to human rights and peace projects.
Rosenfield Symposium on Feb. 4-6 examines Winter Olympics, human rights, and Russia’s enigmatic leader.
Students in Monty Roper’s Practicing Anthropology class put theory into practice with community service organizations in Grinnell.
REPORT OF A COMPREHENSIVE
EVALUATION VISIT TO GRINNELL COLLEGE
Grinnell, Iowa November 16-18, 1998 for the
Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
At the center of a Grinnell education is intensive mentoring of students by the faculty. This mentoring begins in the First-Year Tutorial, the only required course at Grinnell College. While faculty members from all academic departments teach the tutorial and their topics vary widely, every tutorial emphasizes writing, critical thinking and analysis, oral discussion skills, and information literacy. Each tutor also serves as adviser to the tutorial students until they declare a major field of study.
The Grinnell Science Project is committed to developing the talents of all students interested in science and mathematics, especially those from groups underrepresented in the sciences -- students of color, first-generation college students, and women in physics, mathematics and computer science.