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Gregg M. Edwards1980
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Brian H. Fritsch2006
Louis H. Geser
Rebecca H. Heller2011
Shane Jacobson
Michael B. Kahn1974
Virginia A. Kahn1976
Howard A. Kayne1979
Susan Kayne
Raynard S. Kington
Michael E. Latham
Carlos R. Lu2010
Alyssa S. Manz2013
Lea Marolt Sonnenschein2015
Robert F. Meyer1957
Tara D. Mhella1995
Martha E. Musgrove1969
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Grinnell-in-New York: Presidential Reception

Grinnell College invites you to a reception at the Manhattan Penthouse.

Join fellow Grinnellians for a discussion about Grinnell's goal to expand the impact of global experiences through the newly launched Institute for Global Engagement. Grinnell College has always been a remarkably international liberal arts college. High rates of participation in study abroad programs, a large and diverse international student population, and outstanding co-curricular offerings contribute to a rich variety of international learning opportunities both on and off campus. The Institute for Global Engagement will provide a vital point for ongoing collaboration among departments, programs, and across the divisions of the College. We invite you to learn about this exciting new development which promises to further elevate the distinctive nature of a Grinnell education.

The program will feature President Raynard S. Kington, M.D., Ph.D. and Dean of the College Michael Latham.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017
6–6:45 p.m. Reconnecting, networking, and hors d'oeuvres
6:45–7 p.m. Welcome Address by President Kington
7–8 p.m. Global Grinnell followed by discussion with Dean Latham
8–8:30 p.m. Networking over coffee

Manhattan Penthouse
80 Fifth Avenue, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10011

RSVP to the Office of Development and Alumni Relations by Wednesday, March 8. Online: below or by phone: 866-850-1846.

If you have any questions, please contact Nino Parker '07, associate director of alumni and donor relations for regional and special events, at 866-850-1846.

Win a Grinnell Blanket!

Bring a business card to our registration table and you will be entered in a drawing during the event for a chance to win a Grinnell blanket. 


Manhattan Penthouse on Fifth Avenue is conveniently located one block west of the Union Square transportation hub. Visit the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's website to plan your trip.

From the Brooklyn Bridge:
Take the Brooklyn Bridge to FDR Drive. Take FDR Drive north toward Exit 7 for East 23rd Street. Turn right onto Avenue C. Take a left on East 23rd Street to head west. Turn left on Fifth Avenue, and the building will be on your right, situated on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and West 14th Street.

From the Queens Midtown Tunnel:
Take the Midtown Tunnel to 35th Street. Turn right onto East 35th Street and left on Fifth Avenue. The building will be on your right, situated on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and West 14th Street.

From the Holland Tunnel:
Take the Holland Tunnel to Manhattan and take Exit 3 toward Brooklyn. Merge onto Beach Street and make a left turn at 6th Avenue to head north. Turn right on West 14th Street. The building will be on your right, situated on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and West 14th Street.​

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Wednesday March 15
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
We hope you will join us for a reception with President Kington and Dean of the College Mike Latham
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