Changes will support innovations in teaching in the humanities, social sciences.
Douglas Hess ’91, political science, received a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York to study effective, low-cost strategies for states to better implement the NVRA.
Students in Monty Roper’s Practicing Anthropology class put theory into practice with community service organizations in Grinnell.
Dylan Fisher ’14 reflects on his summer's work—an anthropology mentored advanced project on farming families in the Grinnell area.
DASIL post-baccalaureate Adam Lauretig ’13 is making it easier for others to visualize complex datasets.
Karla Erickson’s new book explores the dynamics of aging and preparing for death in an elder community.
Grinnellians use independent studies to explore special topics.
Joseph Wlos ’15 collaborates on a Mentored Advanced Project to offer a plan for protecting habeas corpus in times of conflict.
Courses take students around the world, such as biology students studying in the Namib desert and economics students exploring South Korea's rise.
Monument building is a social event.