David Cook-Martín, assistant vice president for global education and senior international officer, talks about the Institute for Global Engagement.
Ibuki Ogasawara ’17 first got the notion to play American football when, as a newly arrived first-year, he saw Grinnell’s team eating together in the dining hall. “I wanted to be a part of that,” he says. “That was my motivation.”
IAAHF recognizes the outstanding achievements of African-Americans who have enhanced the quality of life for all Iowans.
Tammy Nyden was honored with the Isabel Turner Award in recognition of her outstanding achievements in advocacy for improving children’s mental health services.
Real Foods Coordinator Molly Schintler works to “ensure that the food people have access to is truly nourishing to people and the planet.”
After nearly 4 months of bargaining, the Union of Grinnell Student Dining Workers (UGSDW) and Grinnell administrators ratified a one-year contract.
Penny Bender Sebring ’64 and Charles Lewis establish second CLS career community.
This fall’s Alumni Council gathering focused primarily on two key issues occupying Grinnell at the moment, diversity and inclusion, and “Global Grinnell.”
I recently became a U.S. citizen; and the day I took my oath, I voted in my first presidential election.