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Class 3: Project descriptions

Held: Friday, 27 January 2017

We examine the primary projects for the semester




  • We have visitors today. Each will speak for four minutes and then have about four minutes for Q&A.
  • Sam will do his best to record info.
  • See the eboard and followup email for work and other things to do.

Upcoming work

  • Continue to work on your résumé; you’ll be bringing it to class next Thursday.
  • Three interesting challenges for each of the six projects.
  • Three interesting opportunities for each of the six projects.

Good things to do


  • Rosenfield Internship Talks, Thursday at 11 a.m. in JRC 101.
  • CS Table today.
  • Writers@Grinnell Roundtable, Thursday at 4:15 in JRC 209.
  • Writers@Grinnell Reading, Thurday at 6 p.m. in the Pioneer Bookshop.
  • Rosenfield symposium, next week. (Lots of different events)


  • Community Hour (Dialogues Across Difference), Tuesday at 11 a.m. in JRC 209.
  • CLS Kick-Off Event, Tuesday at 11 a.m. in North Campus Grove.

Beyond campus

  • Ag Days in Grinnell, Thursday the 31st.

    The Grinnell Lions Club is sponsoring Ag Appreciation Day, Thursday, August 31 from 3 to 7 pm. Vintage tractors, demonstrations, family fun, tractor parade, food & games, and live music by Route 66 from 4-6pm. Bring the family! Free admission. Ag Day was started over twenty years ago as a way to bring farm families, agribusiness, and community members together to recognize and celebrate all forms of agriculture and agribusiness as a major economic force in the greater Grinnell area.


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