Strategy Session

At the spring 2018 meeting of the Grinnell College Board of Trustees, the Fossil Fuels and Climate Impact Task Force issued its recommendations about climate impact and divestment.

In October of 2017, I had the pleasure of speaking with alumni volunteers on campus during Volunteer Weekend about the work of the admission and financial aid offices.

In the spring of 2017, Patricia Jipp Finkelman ’80, chair of the Grinnell College Board of Trustees, appointed a Fossil Fuels and Climate Impact Task Force to explore related issues including possible fossil fuel divestment in an

Developing a comprehensive diversity plan is an iterative process that requires considerable time, attention, and care, especially when gathering and evaluating confidential feedback. Because of this, it has not been a quick process.

The Center for Careers, Life, and Service (CLS) is blazing new ground in its focus on preparing Grinnellians to lead lives of meaning and purpose.

In 2015 President Raynard S. Kington presented to the community a road map for the College’s future.

David Cook-Martín, assistant vice president for global education and senior international officer, talks about the Institute for Global Engagement.

President Kington has renewed efforts to increase the retention of our students and implement strategies toward overall student well-being and success.

When students create new knowledge, they are fundamentally transformed.

Embedding philanthropy as part of the educational experience helps students connect their learning to the careers they want to pursue and the lives they want to lead.

At first glance, this issue of The Grinnell Magazine looks very different — intentionally so.