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  1. Jivyaa Vaidya standing in front of a colorful mural

    Close community, far-reaching impact - GivingTuesday

    Nov 29, 2022
    Grinnell College invites alumni, faculty, staff, parents, and community members to celebrate and strengthen our campus community this GivingTuesday.
  2. A young woman in a dark blue turtleneck and braided hair crosses her arms across her chest and smiles wildly. She stands in front of a large, cryogenic electron microscope.

    Novel Approaches: Lisa Eshun-Wilson ’14 Wants to Transform Science Academia

    Nov 28, 2022
    A Grinnell graduate and biochemist solves the structure of elusive proteins while re-imagining the culture of scientific research.
  3. family putting glitter on art truck

    Build a Better Grinnell 2030 Receives $197,153 USDA Rural Placemaking Innovation Challenge Grant

    Nov 21, 2022
    Build a Better Grinnell 2030 (BABG 2030) has received a grant of $197,153 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Placemaking Innovation Challenge. These funds will support the mission of the BABG 2030 project: to identify and prioritize community needs as well as resources, assets, and partners to guide community development and quality-of-life improvement over the next decade. 
  4. Kendall Yim ’24 with fields in the background

    Celebrating International Education

    Nov 11, 2022
    A global education helps students discover the world — and themselves.
  5. Author Elizabeth Shackelford to Visit Pioneer Bookshop on December 1 at 7p.m.

    Nov 08, 2022
    Author of The Dissent Channel: American Diplomacy in a Dishonest Age, Elizabeth Shackelford will visit the Pioneer Bookshop on Thursday, December 1 at 7p.m. for a book signing and presentation.  
  6. Two students sit between rows of plants in the greenhouse and sketch.

    Drawing From Nature

    Nov 04, 2022
    You can learn a lot by looking closer. Students in the short course Botanical Drawing and its Social Origins (HIS 295-01/SMS 295-01) approach plant anatomy and the history of botany through a studio art format, learning the fundamentals of realism while spending time with flora across campus.
  7. Two women present their research posters in a busy atrium. They stand on either side of a bulletin board, and are gesticulating toward their posters while speaking to listeners in the foreground.

    Grinnell Hosts 82nd Annual Meeting of American Society for Microbiology, North Central Branch

    Nov 03, 2022
    The meeting gathered researchers from institutions across Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin for two days of lectures, research presentations, and fellowship.
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    A Passion for Art History

    Nov 02, 2022
    David Cambronero ’16 expected to major in biology and then go on to medical school. But when he took History of Art and Architecture, he became enthralled by the professor’s deep knowledge and passion for the subject. He was captivated.
  9. A laptop and models of the human skull

    Archaeological Field Methods

    Nov 02, 2022
    In the course titled Archaeological Field Methods (ANT 291), not only will you learn how to survey, excavate, and examine the past in an archaeological field setting, you will also practice hands-on laboratory methods to analyze and interpret the artifacts discovered in the field, such as stone tools, animal remains, and more.

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