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.
Student majors within the program elect a Student Educational Policy Committee (SEPC) every year that assists in the faculty hiring and review process and in planning extracurricular activities, such as visiting lecturers and student colloquia.
The Teacher Advisory Committee of local educators meets biannually and reports to the state of Iowa. It enhances the Grinnell College Education Program's communication and cooperation with area schools to provide an excellent pre-service teaching education for Grinnell students, advises faculty on student teaching evaluations, and makes suggestions about enhancing Grinnell’s curriculum.