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.
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Grinnell, IA - Amy Fraenkel, North American regional director of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), will deliver the Grinnell College Phi Beta Kappa Scholars’ Convocation lecture, Thurs., Apr. 26 at 11 a.m. in Room 101 of the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center on the Grinnell campus.
Fraenkel, who is a 1985 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Grinnell, will discuss her 25-year career in environmental law and policy in the government and private sectors and the impact her liberal arts education has had on international environmental policy.
Prior to joining UNEP, Fraenkel served as senior counsel for the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation and as a senior policy advisor for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. She has served on U.S. delegations within UNEP and for the International Maritime Organization, World Trade Organization, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. A Harvard law graduate, Fraenkel also worked in private practice on international and environmental issues for law firms in New York and San Francisco.
Phi Beta Kappa is an academic honor society with more than a half million members in chapters at nearly 300 American colleges and universities. Newly elected members of Grinnell's Phi Beta Kappa chapter, Beta of Iowa, will be recognized at the lecture, as well as the winners of the annual Joseph F. Wall '41 Phi Beta Kappa Scholar's Award and Neal Klausner Sophomore Book Awards.
The Rosenfield Center is located at 1115 8th Ave. Grinnell welcomes the participation of people with disabilities. If accommodations are needed, please call 641-269-3235 as soon as possible to make a request.
GRINNELL, IA—Artist and activist Steven Kurtz will deliver the final Grinnell College Scholars’ Convocation of the fall semester on “Intervention and Public Art,” Thurs., Dec. 2 at 11 a.m. in Room 101 of the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center on the Grinnell campus.
Grinnell, IA - Archaeologist Brian Rose will deliver the sixth annual McKibben Lecture on “Assessing the Archaeological Evidence for the Trojan War: Recent Excavations at Troy,” Thurs., Apr. 21 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 101 of the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center on the Grinnell College campus.
Rose, who is James B. Pritchard Professor of Archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania, has recently been involved in educating American troops about the cultural heritage of Iraq and Afghanistan. He has been head of post-Bronze Age excavations at Troy since 1988 and is the English language editor of “Studia Troica,” the annual journal of the Troy excavations. Rose is also curator-in-charge of the Mediterranean section at the university’s museum, immediate past president of the Archaeological Institute of America, and a trustee of the American Academy in Rome.
The annual McKibben Lecture in the Department of Classics is endowed in honor of Bill and Betty McKibben, who together served for more than 50 years as teachers and scholars of classics at Grinnell College. The lecture is free and open to the public. The Rosenfield Center is located at 1115 8th Ave. on the Grinnell campus.