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.
In the fall of 2019, the Wilson Center for Innovation and Leadership sponsored five students to attend the annual Society for the Advancement of Chicnos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) conference.
Despite being closed to the public, Grinnell's maker lab (MLab) has kept its machines running to support the Grinnell community and central Iowa through the production of personal protective equipment (PPE) and PPE-making tools.
If your notions about computer hacking feature coders spreading anarchy and amassing Bitcoin fortunes with nefarious online exploits, then an event during the Spring 2019 semester might force you to rethink.
Seven alumni speakers shed light on topics and ideas that don’t always take center stage during Grinnell College's 2018 TEDx, “Turn on the Light.”