students in central campus


  1. Helena Gruensteidl and Maximilian Hill

    Helena Gruensteidl and Maximilian Hill Receive Thomas J. Watson Fellowships

    Apr 01, 2020
    The Watson Fellowship is a $30,000 one-year grant for purposeful, independent exploration outside the United States.
  2. Max Hill sitting on a wall at Castle Montjuic, Barcelona, Spain, at sundown

    Study Abroad Helps Clarify Career Objectives

    Jan 24, 2020
    Gilman Scholarship makes study abroad even more affordable for a first-generation student.
  3. Max Hill ’20 (left) and Stefanie Ochoa ’20 (right)

    Gilman Scholarships Enable Two Students to Study Abroad

    Jan 02, 2019
    Stefanie Ochoa ’20 will study in Shanghai, China, and Max Hill ’20 will explore how cities work on four continents, thanks to the Gilman Scholarships they received to study abroad.
  4. Students to Present at 2016 Electronic Undergraduate Statistics Research

    Oct 19, 2016

    Two groups of Grinnell students will be giving plenary talks on their Undergraduate Statistics Project Competition (USPROC) award winning research at the 2016 Electronic Undergraduate Statistics…

  5. Carver Grant helps Grinnell Faculty, Students Think Big (Data)

    Sep 07, 2016
    $200,000 grant will support building a comprehensive curriculum in data science.
  6. Students Win Awards in National Statistics Competition

    Oct 19, 2015
    Two groups of Grinnell students won awards at a national statistics competition with studies on Yik Yak, underage drinking.
  7. Growing Interest in Statistics

    Oct 09, 2015
    Students interested in the field of statistics learned about sports analytics during a live-streamed event that coincided with the recent approval of the statistics concentration at Grinnell College.
  8. Statistics and Society

    Jun 29, 2015
    Where social issues and data analysis intersect.
  9. Decoding Diversity

    May 08, 2015
    Lester Alemán ’07 champions diversity at TEDxGrinnell.
  10. Changing the Face of Science

    Feb 02, 2015
    Jessi L. Smith will deliver Scholars' Convocation on diversity and inclusivity in STEM fields.

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