Carleton College student Jonathan Nguyen ’25 received the Joy of Giving Something Fellowship, a nationwide program designed for undergraduates to promote digital media for community engagement and career pathways.
Carleton College faculty and students are part of the Virtual Viking Longship Project, which uses virtual reality and 3D modeling to explore the significance of Viking Age longships, while documenting the process for other institutions.
Carleton College will no longer take into consideration an applicant’s legacy status — whether they have family who attended the institution — when determining whether to offer them admission to the College.
Four hundred and 86 students graduated from the Carleton College Class of 2023 during a Commencement ceremony featuring remarks by President Alison Byerly, Cristina Camarillo ’23, Bahar Taş ’23 and Jonathan Capehart ’89.
Carleton College professor Victoria Austen is part of Peopling the Past, a public engagement initiative that shares information about classics with the public and showcases underrepresented scholars in the field.
As Carleton College's first vice president for inclusion, equity and community (VPIEC), Dr. Zavala will head a new office charged with advancing the Community Plan for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity.
Carleton College’s new director of sustainability Sarah Fortner will help extend the reach of the Sustainability Office beyond facilities management and further into the realms of education and community engagement.