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  1. American Association of University Women Fellowship Awarded to Grinnell College Assistant Professor Sharon Quinsaat

    The fellowship program advocates for empowerment of women and girls in education
  2. Portrait of Ariel Richards

    Student Research Enhances the Antibacterial Effectiveness of a Common Sugar Alternative

    Oct 18, 2021
    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.
  3. Student holding beaker with others looking on


    Oct 11, 2021
    AccessScience® reference material covers all major scientific disciplines with articles drawn from McGraw-Hill encyclopedias, dictionaries, and yearbooks, as well as videos, curriculum materials, and links to primary source documents.
  4. Met Opera Fire in my Bones

    Met Opera’s “Fire Shut up in My Bones” To Be Streamed Live on Oct. 23

    Oct 11, 2021
    Grinnell College will stream “Fire Shut up in My Bones on Oct. 23 as part of the Met’s 2021-22 Live in HD season. 
  5. Neolth Screenshots

    How Grinnell College and Neolth Partnered to Increase Access to Mental Health Support for Students

    Oct 08, 2021
    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.
  6. human hand reaches toward digital hand

    The Rise of the Machines

    Oct 08, 2021
    Professor of Sociology Karla Erickson explores artificial intelligence in her research and teaching and involves students throughout.
  7. Ralph Savarese & Tilly Woodward

    W@G Book Release Celebration for Ralph Savarese.

    Oct 07, 2021
    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.
  8. Blackboard with question mark drawn on it

    Got Research?

    Oct 06, 2021
    Have questions about a research paper? Not sure where to start finding sources for an upcoming presentation? Diving deep into an independent study, MAP, or senior thesis? Try our chat feature, send an email, or give a library lab a try.
  9. Boris Godunov

    Met Opera’s “Boris Godunov” To Be Streamed Live on Oct. 9

    Oct 05, 2021
    Grinnell College will stream Mussorgsky’s “Boris Godunov” on Oct. 9 as part of the Met’s 2021-22 Live in HD season.
  10. View of Burling Library and Blair Hall

    Dig Into Digital Grinnell

    Sep 29, 2021
    Digital Grinnell is a locally hosted open access repository for scholarly work and archival materials. Whether you want to know more about College history, local Iowa history, or the scholarship of faculty and students, you can get started in Digital Grinnell.

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