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  1. Barbara Fister, information literacy scholar

    April 19 (Mis)information Literacy: A Virtual Chat with Barbara Fister

    “(Mis)information Literacy: A Virtual Chat with Barbara Fister of Project Information Literacy" will discuss Ms. Fister’s recent work, “Lizard People in the Library,” the inaugural essay for the Project Information Literacy (PIL) Provocation Series.
  2. John Rommereim and Claudia Anderson

    John Rommereim and Claudia Anderson to Perform "Homelands"

    Mar 24, 2021
    John Rommereim and Claudia Anderson will virtually perform "Homelands" on Thursday, March 25 at 6 p.m.
  3. Kesho Scott to Give Grinnell College Commencement Address on May 28

    Mar 24, 2021
    Scott’s address, “The Magic of the Red Shoes,” will be a continuation of the exploration of the Wizard of Oz as a truth telling moment.
  4. Allie Pearce '20

    Rediscovered: A Love for Literature and the Spanish Language

    Mar 19, 2021
    Thanks to the convergence of the humanities, social sciences, and STEM within American studies, a student expanded her views of herself and her future
  5. Raquel Greene Appointed to Board of American Council of Teachers of Russian

    Mar 18, 2021
    Assistant Professor and Department Chair of Russian Raquel Greene has been appointed to the board of the American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR).
  6. Students pitch at Pioneer Weekend in 2019

    Pioneer Weekend Goes Virtual

    Mar 15, 2021
    From Sept. 25 to the 27th, the Donald and Winifred Wilson Center for Innovation and Leadership hosted their annual Pioneer Weekend competition, adapted to an online format for this year’s competition.
  7. Peter-Michael Osera Receives $524,611 CAREER Grant from the National Science Foundation

    Mar 12, 2021
    The grant will support Peter-Michael's project “Foundations and Applications of Constraint-based Synthesis."
  8. students studying at outside tables

    Major Declaration Time!

    Mar 09, 2021
    All second-year, second-semester students need to declare their major by March 15 to be able to participate in fall registration.
  9. Hernandez, Hewitt, and Paek on the PNNL campus.

    Hewitt Recognized as Outstanding Intern

    Michael Hewitt ’20 recognized by DOE as outstanding intern.
  10. New Smithsonian Exhibition on Display in Downtown Grinnell in Honor of Women’s History Month

    Mar 03, 2021
    “Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence” is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery.

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