Navigating complex issues such as sustainability, chemical input, food justice, and land consolidation, Grinnellian farmers are a thoughtful, passionate presence in the American agriculture sector. Meet just a few:
The media relations team acts as a direct liaison between Grinnell College and both print and broadcast media. Staff issue news releases, communicate Grinnell news and information to media outlets, and facilitate student/faculty interaction with the press.
For students, faculty, and staff
Contact Media Relations to:
- publicize an event, accomplishment, or other initiative
- suggest interesting Grinnell-related stories for coverage
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Courses take students around the world, such as biology students studying in the Namib desert and economics students exploring South Korea's rise.
The Burling Library’s scrapbook archives chronicle nearly one hundred years of Grinnell history in scrapbooks, created by alumni and donated to the College. Take a look at a few highlights from seven alumni scrapbooks — and get a taste of Grinnell in the early twentieth century.
Originally published as an online web extra for The Grinnell Magazine Spring 2013.
On Feb. 17, Grinnell Pioneer Michael Brus ’14 swam his way into the national record book, setting an NCAA Division III record in the 200-yard backstroke with a clocking time of 1:45.94. Brus was competing at the 2013 Midwest Conference (MWC) Swimming and Diving Championships, hosted by Grinnell. The mark is pending certification.
A guerilla art project knits together a group of students, townspeople, and local alumni.
Katherine Kraft Harris ’39 died at Westminster Canterbury Richmond (Va.) on April 23 at the age of 93. Katie, as she was called, was born in Des Moines, Iowa and educated in the public schools there. She attended Grinnell College for her freshman year and then transferred to the University of Iowa, where she was chosen Pep Queen for 1936. She was a member of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and earned a B.A., with a certificate in journalism, in 1938.
Harry Hopkins 1912 is best known as a the architect of the Works Progress Administration. But he had an arguably more important role in world history — as an
Please fill out this form to start a publication project. Once you complete the form, a publications team member will schedule a meeting with you. At that meeting, you and the publications team will discuss the project in detail. Following that meeting, the publications team will create a workflow and production schedule that outlines the projects steps and deadlines and the roles and responsibilities of all involved.
We look forward to working with you!