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  1. Grinnell College and Iowa Campus Compact Expand AmeriCorps Team

    Iowa Campus Compact assists higher education institutions in deepening their ability to improve community life and in educating students for civic and social responsibility.
  2. Grinnell College Eliminates Loans from Need-based Financial Aid Packages

    Nov 17, 2020
    In response to the financial hardship that many families are experiencing because of the pandemic, Grinnell College will eliminate student loans in financial aid packages and replace them with scholarships.
  3. Sharene Gould Dulabaum '22 and excess waste on campus

    2020 SPARK Social Innovation Challenge

    Nov 12, 2020
    The winner of the 2020 SPARK Challenge, Sharene Gould Dulabaum '22, centered her project around the major problem of excess waste on campus. After observing that many students failed to properly sort their trash into compost, landfill, and recycling, Dulabaum proposed a new system of centralized waste bins that would standardize and streamline the process of sorting waste, potentially saving the College thousands of dollars.
  4. Grinnell Joins Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance

    Nov 12, 2020
    Grinnell is one of 51 Alliance member institutions whose faculty and staff will be afforded opportunities for learning, growth, and change created by the Alliance’s resources.  
  5. Faculty member advising a student

    Majors Welcome Second Years

    Nov 10, 2020
    From Nov. 1 through 13, a series of department welcome sessions with titles like, “Get the right angle on math! Get the big data on stats!,” “Sociological Promise in the Age of Crises,” and “Why Art History Matters,” encourage students to meet faculty and to learn about upcoming courses, faculty research opportunities and the major in general.
  6. Danielle Evans & Laura van den Berg image

    Danielle Evans and Laura van den Berg: Week of Dec. 7, 2020

    Nov 09, 2020
    Acclaimed short story masters Danielle V. Evans and Laura van den Berg share work from their new collections, followed by a conversation on the craft of short fiction with Dean Bakopoulos.
  7. Latona Giwa

    #BlackBirthMatters

    Nov 06, 2020
    Reflections on Health Humanities and the Birth Justice Movement by Latona Giwa ’09, a leading figure of the American Birth Justice movement, at noon, Nov. 12, 2020
  8. Kiese Laymon & Dwayne Betts

    Dwayne Betts and Kiese Laymon: Nov. 23, 2020

    Nov 06, 2020
    Authors and activists Reginald Dwayne Betts and Kiese Makeba Laymon discuss their newest works and discuss the intersection between creativity and justice. Moderated by Dean Bakopoulos.
  9. staff in online conference holding signs that read Academic Advising is here to support you

    Supporting Remote Learners in COVID Times

    Nov 05, 2020
    Proactive steps students can take to help ensure that things go well.

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