No matter what you’re interested in, you’ll learn by asking questions.
Spend a summer tracking exoplanets in the observatory on campus. Or a month in Taipei, Taiwan performing with a professional theatre company. No matter what type of research experience you’re looking for, rest assured knowing that it’s all expenses paid.
Across all academic disciplines, research will be an essential part your Grinnell education. Starting your first year, you’ll be exposed to inquiry-based learning and participate in classroom research projects.
Later on, you might go on to conduct a semester-long research project of your own design. Whether you’re an economics major, physics major, or an English major, Grinnell’s research opportunities will challenge you to grow as a student and a scholar.
- Write an advanced paper on economic theory
- Design a theatrical performance based on primary sources
- Study the antimicrobial effects of using copper in hospitals
And because Grinnell is an undergraduate-only institution, you’ll never have to compete with graduate students for opportunities or attention.