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Writers@Grinnell Welcomes John Lee Clark, Monday, Feb 27. at 8 p.m. in Rosenfield Center, Room 101










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8 p.m. Reading in Rosenfield Center, Room 101; Monday, Feb. 27






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Writers@Grinnell kicks off the spring line-up with DeafBlind poet, essayist, historian, translator, and actor, John Lee Clark, Monday, Feb. 27, 2023, at 8 p.m.; Rosenfield Center, Room 101.














Jan 26, 2023









John Lee Clark is a DeafBlind poet, essayist, and independent scholar from Minnesota. His chapbook of poems, Suddenly Slow, appeared in 2008. He has edited two anthologies, Deaf American Poetry












2023 Alumni Awards To Be Presented to 14 Outstanding Alumni








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Award recipients embody Grinnell College’s mission of lifetime learning and service. They will be honored during Reunion 2023 in June.














Jan 19, 2023









Award recipients embody Grinnell College’s mission of lifetime learning and service. They will be honored during Reunion 2023 in June. Read the full story.












Globalization and the Gender Gap








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Research reveals how the ‘biological clock’ affects working women






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Hâle Utar, the Sidney Meyer Professor in International Economics, is exploring how import competition from China and the “biological clock” affect the gender gap in earnings.














Jan 19, 2023









Working men still earn more than working women. This earnings gap persists, despite women’s gains in education and workforce participation since World War II. According to the Pew Research Center












2022 Wall Award recipients addressing shortcomings in mental health, education










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Recipients have projects focusing on trauma education for South Sudanese refugees, a mental health podcast in Nepal, and middle school academic advances in Alabama.














Dec 15, 2022









Recipients have projects focusing on trauma education for South Sudanese refugees, a mental health podcast in Nepal, and middle school academic advances in Alabama. Read the full story.












Sandy Moffett: The Ghost of Craven Snuggs








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An Authors and Artists Podcast Episode






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Marshal Poe ’84 talks with Professor Emeritus Sandy Moffett about how he got to Grinnell, his experience with Grinnell students, and his extensive work preserving Iowa‘s tallgrass prairie, as well as his new book. An Authors and Artists Podcast episode.














Dec 20, 2022









The Ghost of Craven Snuggs: A Midwestern Murder Mystery (Ice Cube Press, 2022) Sandy Moffett, professor emeritus Sandy Moffett joined the Grinnell faculty in 1971 and teaches acting, directing, and












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