The winner of 2015 Cesar for Best Picture showing free at theatre downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Center for International Studies (CIS)
Mary Seely to talk about the application of science to education and public policy in a southern African developing country.
Tunisian Archaeologist Nejib Ben Lazreg lectures on Roman mosaics.
Film studies courses explore the world through cinema.
German guest writers Thomas Pletzinger and Simon Urban visit classes and present a public reading.
"Grinnell put us together. This is the meeting place," says Serbian Kristina Duric '13. She and Californian Cynthia Amezcua '14 talk about international friendships, the global Grinnell family, and living abroad.
Meet Grinnell in a minute and a half, then go deeper with our latest videos (below) about the diverse facets of the Grinnell experience:
The Center for International Studies brings prominent international scholars and artists to campus to teach a short course or a semester-length course within an existing academic department and to offer a public presentation. Each fellow receives a College apartment, an office, a Grinnell email account, a generous stipend, and a welcoming banquet. The Center’s advisory board typically reviews applications a year in advance of the proposed visit.
GRINNELL, IA – The agricultural commodity that has long dominated Iowa and makes the state the leading U.S. producer will be the focus of an interdisciplinary symposium at Grinnell College, Nov. 16-18.
What began as a course commemorating the bicentennial of the French Revolution evolved into a 20-year friendship.