Posts tagged with “Alumni” (All posts)

Carleton Connects: Nancy Braker ’81 on the Arb in spring

28 May 2022

Join Nancy Braker ’81 for a live walking tour of the Arb in all its spring glory.

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Carleton Connects: Alex Kosanovich ’14 on accepting mentorship as an accelerator of aspirations

28 May 2022

Our speaker will discuss how his constant openness to accepting and seeking out mentors has led to success in research, skill building, and comfort in new environments.

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Carleton Connects: Mario Small ’96 on neighborhoods, financial access, and racial inequality

25 March 2022

A distinguished scholar of social networks and urban neighborhoods discusses the financial geography of our nation and the importance of race to the accessibility of conventional banks.

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Carleton Connects: The joy of knotty words

8 February 2022

Three New York Times crossword authors—professor, alum, and student—discuss puzzles, creativity, and collaboration

Sophia Maymudes' grid for The New York Times' crossword on December 6, 2018

Carleton Connects: Gao Hong and students on Chinese music

27 January 2022

Three award-winning musicians — faculty, alumnus, & student — discuss Chinese music at Carleton and beyond

Gao Hong, Gus Holley '20, and Shannon Liu '23

Carleton Connects: Richard Allen Greene ’91 & Martin Kaste ’91 on air

16 December 2021

Two seasoned media professionals discuss the work of covering and creating news

Richard Allen Greene '91 and Martin Kaste '91

Carleton Connects: President Alison Byerly and the first hundred days

8 November 2021

Carleton’s new president discusses her first hundred days in office and her plans for the future

President Alison Byerly

Carleton Connects: Mark Applebaum ’89 and musical decomposition

12 October 2021

A composer and teacher discusses his unusual musical path

Mark Applebaum '89

Carleton Connects: Michael McNally & Native American religious freedom

21 September 2021

A professor of religion discusses the struggle to protect Native American sacred places and practices

Michael McNally, professor of religion

Carleton Connects: Six Carleton artists

8 April 2021

Three retiring art faculty and three exceptional art alumni discuss their work and their connections

Ambrin Ling, As Elsewhere, As Horizon (Skyscape Study 1) (2020).