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  1. Photo of Tad Boehmer

    Answering the Call of Rare Books

    Tad Boehmer ’12 discovered his own love of classics at Grinnell, thanks to impassioned faculty members who breathed life into these ancient texts.
  2. Jean Libby

    Jean Libbey Middle of Everywhere Fund Supports Initiatives that Makes Grinnell Feel Like ‘Home’ for Students from Around the World

    Jun 13, 2022
    Grinnell College recently received a gift from Liyan Chen ’12 and her husband Brian Solomon, which was made in honor of Grinnell resident Jean Libbey, an enthusiastic host of international students.
  3. Photo of Ashley Jackson surrounded by greenery.

    Ashley Jackson ’18: Making Sense of our Lived Experience

    Jun 13, 2022
    Jackson’s studies in sociology at Grinnell inspired her to look beyond easy answers and gave her the opportunity to create a complex and satisfying education.
  4. Biology Faculty Honored for Student Mentoring

    Jun 09, 2022
    Two of Grinnell College’s biology faculty have earned the prestigious Council on Undergraduate Research’s Biology Mentor Award for 2022: Professors Shannon Hinsa-Leasure and Clark Lindgren.
  5. Sharene Gould Dulabaum

    Gould Dulabaum Awarded 2022 Kihl Prize

    Jun 09, 2022
    The Grinnell College Department of Political Science faculty has named Sharene Gould Dulabaum ’22 the recipient of the 2022 Young W. Kihl ’59 Political Science Prize.
  6. Finn Dworkin at Grinnell, redbud trees in bloom

    Chemistry Major Turned Environmental Scientist

    Jun 03, 2022
    At Grinnell, Finn Dworkin ’22 was able to study the water ecosystems near campus. He saw firsthand the impacts that humans have had on our ecosystems. He found himself asking more questions and wanting to dig deeper.
  7. Jacob Sampson

    Cultivating an Interest in Economics Through Mathematics

    Jun 03, 2022
    Jacob Sampson’s interest in mathematics led to an exciting first job in financial technology.
  8. Sophie Mero

    Sophie Mero ’22 Takes on the World

    Jun 03, 2022
    From the classroom, to research, to an internship in India, Sophie Mero’s passion for biology has taken her on a beautiful journey toward a fulfilling career.
  9. Ally Rogers ’21

    Ally Rogers ’21: Having a Blast in Computer Science

    Jun 03, 2022
    As a student with learning disabilities, Rogers worried that the structure of computer science courses would not be accommodating. Their professors, however, were more than willing to work with them when Rogers raised these concerns.
  10. John Petrus teaching Spanish class

    Beyond Memorization

    Jun 03, 2022
    Intermediate Spanish provides a holistic curriculum of cultural context and skills proficiency.

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