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.
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.
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.
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.