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  1. A Pioneering Doctor

    In the late 1960s, when the future president of the American Medical Association expressed an interest in medicine, her high school guidance counselor advised her that women don’t go to medical school. Today Dr. Barbara McAneny ’73 is a nationally recognized leader in oncology treatment, and this June begins her term as president of the AMA, the fourth woman president and the first president from New Mexico.
  2. Schedule an Appointment

    Jun 27, 2018
    Call or log in to schedule an appointment
  3. 2018 Alumni Awards

    Jun 27, 2018
    Alumni are nominated for Grinnell College’s Alumni Awards for many reasons. Below are a few of the reasons their supporters offered.
  4. Health Insurance

    Jun 27, 2018
    Find answers to your health insurance questions
  5. MAP student lunches with perspective families

    Experiential Learning in Burling Library this Summer

    Jun 26, 2018
    Summer Map students and student interns meet with prospective students and their families.
  6. Linking the Community of Grinnell Alumni in London

    Jun 26, 2018
    Everyone has a memory from Grinnell College where they couldn’t stop laughing, says Daniel Malarkey ’08.
  7. Liberal Arts and Entrepreneurship

    Jun 26, 2018
    When Jeman Park ’20 and a few friends dreamed up EduPass, technology that helps schools keep tabs on students during unscheduled times of the day, he was just a senior at Minnesota’s Mounds View High School working on a side project.
  8. Grinnellians for Life

    Jun 26, 2018
    A highlight of the spring Alumni Council meeting was the presentation focusing on Grinnell’s career communities, a recently launched addition to the Center for Careers, Life, and Service (CLS).
  9. How to Build an Entrepreneur

    Jun 26, 2018

    Grinnell students have many opportunities to develop their entrepreneurial skills. Here are some of them:

    • “Real Life Entrepreneurship” course.
  10. A glimpse in the rearview mirror

    Jun 25, 2018
    Studying in another country can influence your choices, your direction, and your outlook long after returning home, in ways large and small.