Expert to discuss the impact of energy use on climate change.
Tunisian Archaeologist Nejib Ben Lazreg lectures on Roman mosaics.
Ethnomusicologist Zoe Sherinian shows film, demonstrate Indian drum.
Pulitzer Prize nominee Howard French to lecture on "China’s Second Continent: How a Million Migrants are Building a New Empire in Africa."
Bachelor of Arts Exhibition (BAX) — April 10–May 3, 2015 — features works in the creative arts by students at Grinnell.
Dr. Patricia Quinlisk, Iowa state medical director and epidemiologist, to give talk about vaccines and vaccine policy.
2015 Student Research Symposium, April 6–9, includes keynote by NPR Science Correspondent Joe Palca on April 7.
Jessi L. Smith will deliver Scholars' Convocation on diversity and inclusivity in STEM fields.
Pi Day is upon us! It is always held on March 14, since Pi starts with 3.14. The latest video from Professor Marc Chamberland's youtube channel, Tipping Point Math, asks "How Many Digits of Pi are Useful?" With trillions of digits crunched out by supercomputers, one wonders whether these numbers have more utility than wall-papering a room. In the video, five answers are given to the question.
“My Life as a Foreign Country” author Brian Turner joins Grinnellians for reading/roundtable.