Ariel Richards ’23 carries out research that helps develop drugs from compounds produced by organisms through the College’s Mentored Advanced Project program and the American Society of Pharmacognosy’s Summer Research Fellowship.
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Knowing that stress is the most common health issue affecting college students, the office of Student Health and Wellness (SHAW) at Grinnell College has partnered with Neolth, a company that helps students manage stress by empowering them to develop resiliency skills.
W@G celebrates the book release of “Did We Make It?” by Grinnell College faculty member Ralph Savarese on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021, at 8 p.m. in the Grinnell Museum of Art.
A chapbook of Ekphrastic poetry written in response to paintings by Tilly Woodward.
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