Interested in other faculty research and on-campus issues? Check out the Learning and Teaching Center video archives.

Carleton Connects: Nancy Braker ’81 and the Arb in winter

21 January 2021

Carleton’s Director of the Cowling Arboretum leads a live online winter tour

Nancy Braker '81, Puzak Family Director of the Cowling Arboretum

Carleton Connects: Smith, Maxbauer, and Kallas on climate change

11 December 2020

Three professors (two at Carleton and one alumnus) discuss the effects of rocks, bacteria, and politics on the future of our climate

Dan Maxbauer, Kim Smith, and Toivo Kallas

Carleton Connects: Alex Knodell & Liza Davis ’16 on Greek archaeology

11 November 2020

A professor of classics and a former student discuss their excavations and investigations of ancient Greek societies

Professor Alex Knodell and Liza Davis '16

Carleton Connects: Jonathan Capehart ’89 on what matters now

13 October 2020

A preeminent journalist shares his thoughts on politics and the state of our nation

Jonathan Capehart '89 (from Facebook)

Carleton Connects: Treasures from the Special Collections

13 May 2020

Professors of art and English offer a staff-guided tour of Carleton’s hidden riches.

from Julie Chen,*Panorama* (Flying Fish Press, 2008). Used by permission.

Carleton Connects: Andrea Mazzariello on collaboration and composition

21 April 2020

A professor of music talks about creating and collaborating with local youth and gives a live performance of his own work.

Asst. Prof. of Music Andrea Mazzariello

Carleton Connects: Kevin Draper ’10 & Seth Partnow ’99 on sports & storytelling

24 March 2020

Two sports journalists discuss the work of turning athletics and statistics into news and narratives.

Kevin Draper '10 and Seth Partnow '99, for Carleton Connects, March 24, 2020

Carleton Connects: Serena Zabin on The Boston Massacre: A Family History

18 February 2020

A professor of American history shares her groundbreaking new account of this famous event.

Serena Zabin, Professor of History

Carleton Connects: Matt Whited on energy storage and CO2 remediation

15 January 2020

A chemistry professor shares the results of his innovative, student-driven research on mitigating the effects of carbon dioxide.

Matt Whited, Associate Professor of Chemistry

Carleton Connects: Preventing & responding to campus sexual misconduct

3 December 2019

Carleton’s Title IX Lead Team members discuss the College’s newly expanded efforts to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct

Nora Peterson, Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator