Short course let students experience the 2016 presidential campaign up close.
Grinnell students learn how to transform violence and promote peace.
Gabriel Rosenberg ’03 explores the tangled relationships between agricultural practices and the governance of human gender and sexuality.
Family physician, writer, professor to discuss farmacology, health professions, alternative medicine, and diet.
Tilly Woodward, curator of academic and community outreach, enjoys helping others learn about and create art.
Several students in the class of 2017 receive Gilman Scholarships, winning up to $5,000 each for study abroad or international internships.
Drake University prof Timothy Knepper will discuss dialogues among different religions.
Six Appeal is “infused with impeccable comedic timing and the energy of a rock band.”
Bestselling author Wes Moore, a veteran, founder of BridgeEDU, youth advocate, and host of ‘Beyond Belief,’ to speak on work with purpose.
As consultants for local and international organizations, students gain practical experience, provide research and analysis.