Graduating seniors and alumni—Mary DaVega, Sarina Kopf, Sarina Lincoln, and Katelyn Mehlhaus—were awarded Fulbright U.S. student grants to conduct research and teach English abroad in 2022–2023. For 75 years, Fulbright grants have provided future American leaders with an unparalleled opportunity to study, conduct research, and teach abroad, with the goal of increasing mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.
In Introduction to Music Studies (MUS 100), you will explore music and the ways it can shape our lives. You will expand your understanding of music’s importance in our society as a formative component of history, culture, identity, and creativity, while learning some basic skills that can help you become more creative, skilled, and equitable musicians yourselves.
Introduction to Art History (ARH 103) is a foundational course that makes active use of the Grinnell College Art Collection, exhibited and housed in the College’s Museum of Art. According to Professor Jenny Anger, much of the coursework is based on the close study of these works of art.
By pursuing an understanding of historical events and their modern relevance, Introduction to American Studies (AMS 130) is an integrative course that explores the core values of American life and culture.
Religion, Healing, and Health (REL 252) is an interdisciplinary course that explores the religious and social dimensions of healing worldwide. The course includes explorations of the complex relationships among spiritual practices, health, and wellness.
In the course How to Learn Physics (EDU/PHY 115), students identify an intriguing physical phenomenon to explore further. From there, they use everyday reasoning to make conjectures about what could be happening in the phenomenon and to test those conjectures.