Carleton Campus News
A political science major from Galesburg, Illinois, Johnson took the top honor in the Associated Colleges of the Midwest contest.
Emily Boxrud ’19, a psychology major with a minor in neuroscience from Red Wing, Minn., tells us about her senior capstone experience, or “Comps,” in support of her psychology degree.
This year's event showcases Latin America as a site of innovative scholarship and creative lived experiences.
The congressional staffers-turned-community organizers made the list for their work on Indivisible, a hyperlocal community organizing movement.
A studio art and art history double major from Albany, Oregon, Atkinson tells us about his senior capstone experience, or ‘Comps,’ in support of both degrees.
A cinema and media studies (CAMS) major from Paris, Gould tells us about her senior capstone experience, or ‘Comps,’ in support of her degree.
Pulitzer Prize and Grammy Award-winning musician Carolyn Shaw visits campus April 11-13 for lecture, concert and master class
Acknowledging colleges and universities committed to civic engagement that impacts student learning and community progress, the awards will be presented at a statewide summit April 10 at St. Catherine University in St. Paul.
A team including assistant professor of physics and astronomy Ryan Terrien ‘09 built a tool called the Habitable Zone Planet Finder (HPF) to better detect planets orbiting M dwarf stars. The tool repeatedly measures the spectrum of a star—how much light it emits at different wavelengths—over weeks, months and years.
The three-year appointment is supported by a gift from Dorothy Broom '66 and is designed to deepen the academic focus of civic engagement by fostering the public scholarship in which Carleton faculty and students engage.
A mathematics major with a minor in music performance from Chengdu, China, Wang tells us about her senior capstone experience, or ‘Comps,’ in support of her mathematics degree.
Theater of Public Policy: Artist-in-Residence covers multiple dimensions of public policy and health issues
The Twin Cities-based group will help students engage in critical and ethical reflection on issues of public health and public policy, in areas related to gun violence, racism, mental health and LGBTQ issues.
Carleton welcomed its first full-time sexual violence prevention coordinator, Nora Peterson, in February. The hire is another step forward in the college’s commitment to fully support students under the umbrella of Title IX.
"Namballa Keita: A Soldier and His Village" premieres on Monday, April 8, from 7-9 p.m. in the Weitz Cinema.