Student Scholarship

grinnell:studio-student-art
This collection contains the work made by students in Grinnell’s Studio Art Department. Student work involves a broad range of media from studio courses, which includes: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, print media, digital media, and installation. It also features images from student exhibitions at the Smith Gallery, and the annual Bachelor of Arts Exhibition at the Faulconer Gallery.

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Allen, Elizabeth Jane, 1994-; McCall, Timothy John, 1993-; Pham, Mai Phuong, 1995-; Shevelkina, Maria, 1993-; Sly, Dana Brittany, 1992-; Storch, Hannah Lord, 1994-; Vale, Emma Evans, 1992-
"Published on the occasion of the exhibition, "Against reason: anti/enlightenment prints by Callot, Hogarth, Piranesi, and Goya. 3 April-2 August 2015"--Title page verso."

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Andelson, Jonathan Gary, 1949-; Mottl, Larissa; Mertaugh, Hilary
This guide is a publication of the Center for Prairie Studies at Grinnell College, in cooperation with the Admission Office and Office of Community Enhancement. The original information was compiled by Hilary Mertaugh, a 2001 graduate of Grinnell College. Many thanks to the individuals who proofread and contributed to the original and revised editions: Professor Tim Chasson, Tom Lacina, Professor Don Smith, Jackie Hartling Stoltze, and Professor Waldo Walker.

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Anthofer, James E.
Poem.

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Arango, Carlina; Watts, Taylor.
Al Éxito is an Iowa-based non-profit organization striving to motivate and prepare middle-school Latinas and Latinos for post-high school education as well as enhance their chances of having economic stability and a stable family life. Al Éxito accomplishes this mission by working with school districts, college-experienced and professional Latina and Latino leaders, and families to support Iowa Latino students. Our research project with Al Éxito focused on determining the impact of this youth Latina education program on its participants in its first three years (2006-09).

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate
A translation of Beowulf with notes by Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman read aloud by the translators.

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate; Lobban-Viravong, Heather; Lobban-Viravong, Heather
Panel discussions concerning the Grinnell Beowulf translation project and process, featuring translators Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman on March 3, 10, and 31, 2014.

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate; Neubauer, Caleb Martin; Anonymous; Neubauer, Caleb Martin
A translation of Beowulf with notes by Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman. Illustrations by Caleb Neubauer. This is a revised edition submitted to Digital Grinnell in April 2014. The original posting, from October 2013, carries a persistent identifier of grinnell:3615.

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Arner, Timothy D.; Dawson, Evangeline; Johnson, Emily Katherine; Miller, Jeanette Michelle; Shearer, B. Logan; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Whitman, Chloe Kate; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Neubauer, Caleb Martin; Anonymous; Wendt, Aniela Kae; Neubauer, Caleb Martin
A translation of Beowulf with notes by Timothy D. Arner, Eva Dawson, Emily Johnson, Jeanette Miller, Logan Shearer, Aniela Wendt, and Kate Whitman. Illustrations by Caleb Neubauer. This is the original posting to Digital Grinnell from October, 2013. A revised edition, posted to Digital Grinnell in April 2014, is available as grinnell:5317.

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Arora, Soab.
Through recent changes in the medical field, steps have been taken to revise a system that overemphasizes objectivity for the sake of “efficiency”. Medical students are trained in a way that limits their creativity and emotional development, resulting in doctors who are technically skilled but lack an understanding of developing rapport through interpersonal communication. The “Medical Humanities” however, bridge this gap. The Medical Humanities focus on teaching skills through art and the social sciences, which help address the inherently subjective – but often overlooked - aspect of medicine. Ambiguity is typically not accounted for in the medical field, and therefore doctors do not know how to properly relieve situations of emotional or psychological tension; doing so, however, has shown marked improvements in patient outcome and physician satisfaction. Incorporation of arts and humanities into the curriculum for medical school students aims at preventing burnout, improving patient-physician communication, and facilitating treatment intervention strategies in a way that the current medical model lacks.

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Bagaria, Swayam
Swayam Bagaria's submission to the 2012 Peace Studies Conference

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Balasubrahmanyan, Noah Anand, 1985-; Baldwin, Thomas Kendrick, 1986-; Berger, Allison Rose, 1986-; Busch, Patrick D.; Dane, Calvin.; Gados, Karen Offerdahl, 1986-; Krohn, Howard E.; Lau, Dane Michael, 1985-; Ofori-Addo, Joana Larko, 1985-; Singh, Indrani, 1986-; Souza, Phoebe Milan.; Stinebrickner-Kauffman, Aden Michael, 1986-; Andelson, Jonathan Gary, 1949-
Student papers for Fall 2004 tutorial, Decline and Renewal in the Heartland, taught by Jonahthan G. Andelson.

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