Left to right: Rande, Alicia, Ruby, Luz, Daniella, and Breana at the SACNAS Conference

Grinnell Students Attend SACNAS

May 06, 2020
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.
In the included photograph, Abyaya Lamsal ’19 is in the back row, center

Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference

Dec 02, 2019
Attendees whose backgrounds, abilities, genders and orientations could not be more different come together there to explore their mutual passion for technology’s transformative possibilities.
grinnell college garden sign

Locally Grown

Nov 19, 2019

As lunch time hits, Grinnellians from all over campus flock to the dining hall to feast and fuel up for the rigor that is sure to come in their afternoon classes. As students and faculty peruse…

Sarina Kopf '22 displays her sculpture

Kinetic Sculpture Challenge

Nov 06, 2019
Artists from the Grinnell community participated in the Kinetic Sculpture Challenge, collaborating on original artworks that incorporated motion as part of their effect.
Picture of all participants of the Institute by LeaderShape 2019

Institute by Leadershape 2019

Jul 03, 2019

If you were asked to name a good place for the next generation of future leaders to be forged, Boone, Iowa might not be your first choice. However, if you were to go by the testimony of a group of…

Picture of Europa

Chad Harper '18 Researched Planetary Science Theory

Jan 29, 2019

Through the Wilson Center, Chad Harper ’18 undertook research on planetary…

Conversations in the Humanities

Nov 12, 2018
“Art History, Holocaust and Tourism Studies, Environmental Humanities” will take place from 4:15 - 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 20, 2018, in Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center, Room 101.
Group Picture of the students attending Tapia Conference in 2017

Grinnell Students Attend Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference

Nov 12, 2018

Computing is defining the current Digital Age and has the power to change the future. Ensuring that individuals from different backgrounds are able to contribute to the field fosters the exchange…

Faculty and Students Present Digital Liberal Arts Projects

Dec 19, 2017
Faculty and students present digital liberal arts projects at annual fair.

David Ottenstein's Iowa: Echoes of a Vanishing Landscape

Oct 19, 2017
David Ottenstein, a photographer from New Haven, Connecticut, will introduce his new book at The Stew in downtown Grinnell.

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