Drake University prof Timothy Knepper will discuss dialogues among different religions.
As consultants for local and international organizations, students gain practical experience, provide research and analysis.
In China, the study of history has always gone hand-in-hand with the study of geography. When studying China’s modern history, however, focus has shifted toward large-scale processes, such as revolution, and large-scale sociological transformations, such as changing class relations. More recently, however, some historians are starting to bring geography back in.
Lane Atmore '16 discusses her research in Fairfield, Iowa, focused on the area's "surprisingly numerous sustainability initiatives."
Join Grinnell alumni for a two-day symposium on written communication on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19 and 20, 2016.
Spencer Piston ’01 talks about why Americans love the welfare state in an age of economic inequality.
Creatively re-invent images at a study break inspired by the current Faulconer Gallery exhibition, Beverly Semmes: FRP.
Professor and students work on cutting-edge research with USDA and Iowa State University.
Register by Feb. 26 for the March institute with free academic mini-courses for 7th–12th graders.
Leading data scientist and Grinnell alum to speak on data, machines, and people.