Carleton Campus News
She will discuss how her disability has led her to discover two important insights that have helped her live a more empowered life, and how these insights apply to every human being.
The Geology faculty offers a range of field-based introductory courses each year, with focuses including environmental geology and climate change.
The acclaimed scholar of race, gender and law presented the 2019 Fran G. & Jean M. Chesley Lecture in Sociology and Anthropology on Tuesday, Oct. 1
First-year student Greta Hardy-Mittell learns about some of the weirder and wilder—but no less wonderful—organizations in which Carls can get involved.
Their talk will discuss Thomas Jefferson's changing image among scholars and the general public, and what it tells us about our times and his.
Her presentation is titled, “Death of a Nation: Lessons from the Frontlines.”
Jonathan Capehart, Andrea Jenkins, Todd Larson and Cleve Jones will speak at Out After Carleton event
Members of the public are invited to join the Carleton community to hear from four nationally renowned LGBTQA+ advocates on Saturday, Oct. 12.
A national order of France, the honor is bestowed upon distinguished academics who “contribute actively to the expansion of French culture in the world.”
The Association of Energy Engineers award recognizes her many contributions to improving sustainability at Carleton.
Caroline Hall '20 kicked off the march to downtown Northfield with a rallying cry: “We’re out here saving the planet, there’s no time to be shy!”
Roberts will explore how the historical entanglements of racism and racial science are reproduced and contested in cutting-edge scientific approaches to race and racial inequality.
Four Carleton College faculty members were appointed by the Board of Trustees to endowed chair positions.