The Grinnell+ Leadership Program brings students and alumni together to explore what it means to be a leader.
Sam Dunnington ’14 has been working at the Special Collections and Archives since summer 2012.
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Spring 2014 brings changes to the Libraries.
Faculty vote in favor of Open Access resolution, expanding access to their forthcoming scholarly articles.
Grinnell College, Drake University, Central College, Simpson College, and Grand View University have formed the Central Iowa Collaborative Collections Initiative (CI-CCI) to ensure the availability of scholarly materials held by the cooperating institutions through analysis of duplication, long-term agreements to retain designated copies within the consortium, coordination of future acquisitions, and agreements for expedited delivery and sharing of collections.
This exhibition of books from Special Collections highlights the exploration of new territories, the discovery of new plants, animals, and objects (many of which found their way into Wunderkammer), and the scientific knowledge that ultimately arose from close observation of artifacts and natural phenomena. Curated by Catherine Rod and Chris Jones, with Chase Booth ’16 and Sam Dunnington ’14. Poster designed by Stephanie Porter '14.
Burling Library, First Floor and Burling Gallery, SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 - FEBRUARY 14, 2014
Experience more than a hundred years of Grinnell’s fall sports with the Iowa Room’s latest exhibit. Sam Dunnington ’14, curator.
Grinnell celebrates a translation and teaching edition of the Old English poem by undergraduates, for undergraduates.