Campus News

Faculty, students, and renowned pollster J. Ann Selzer probes the political attitudes of the American public.

New initiative will bring world-class innovators to campus to inspire students and promote civic engagement.

The Norris Hall renovations completed last fall created more comfortable space for students. New ADA rooms and an elevator make the building accessible for all.

$250,000 from the John M. Campbell Trust will help the GEP expand from exclusively youth-based projects to economic empowerment interventions aimed at the whole family.

Grinnellians demonstrated the power of collective impact during Scarlet & Give Back Day when more than 2,550 donors made gifts totaling over $1,250,000.

A Message from President Anne F. Harris

Kathryn Railsback ’80, Kimberly L. King-Jupiter ’87, Mamata Pokharel ’07, and Raji Manjari Pokhrel ’08 were selected for 2022 Joseph F. Wall ’41 Alumni Service Awards.

Ham Serunjogi ’16, Grinnell trustee and CEO of Chipper Cash, was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in finance for 2023. Chipper Cash is widely considered one of the most valuable startups in Africa, with a valuation of more than $2 billion.

Grinnellians are celebrating the $116,000 renewal of a grant that supports the College’s Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) program. The renewal helps Grinnell support students with stipends, travel and research funding, faculty mentoring, and other assistance.

Professor Craig Quintero’s film “All That Remains” premiered at the 79th Venice Film Festival in September 2022. A single audience member views the surreal, 360-degree immersive film through an Oculus headset, intensifying the sensation of being fully immersed in the virtual world.

A new award honoring Nancy Schmulbach Maly’s ’61 extraordinary legacy of leadership and service to the international student community will recognize international students or U.S. global “nomad students.”

Hands and hearts and a specific and rather unique Grinnell connection in the Indianapolis medical community. Hand surgeon Jeff Greenberg ’80 and cardiologist Ed Fry ’79 began a parallel journey during their Grinnell years that continues to this day.