Posts tagged with “Research” (All posts)
Roots & SeedsPosse Power: Winter 2020
At Carleton, the “arc of opportunity” begins before a student’s first day—and extends into perpetuity.
Mind MeldingPosse Power: Winter 2020
Carleton funds student-faculty research across disciplines, benefiting all involved.
Teaching in EvolutionFor the Love of Teaching: Spring 2019
As Carleton counts down to the opening of a new science center, we asked current and emeriti science professors to reflect on how teaching in their disciplines has changed.
Staying Ahead of the CurveFor the Love of Teaching: Spring 2019
Carleton professors are always searching for new and better techniques to engage students in the classroom. Here are just a few ways they’re innovating in their courses.
Carls AbroadThe Sky's The Limit: Winter 2019
Off-campus study programs have long been part of the Carleton experience—but today’s Carls are doing research, fellowships, and internships abroad as well.
Science StrongStrength in the Sciences: Winter 2017
Among liberal arts colleges, Carleton’s science programs stand out in seven key ways.
Real ResearchStrength in the Sciences: Winter 2017
On the first day of fall term, Professor Jennifer Wolff stood in front of her Introduction to Biology class and showed an innocuous slide of her research with microscopic worms. “You won’t know what all of this means yet,” she told them, “but it’s the kind of work I specialize in.”
Creative CollaborationsTeaching and Learning: Fall 2015
Three stories of research & collaboration highlight the powerful synergy of collaboration between Carleton’s faculty, students, and staff.
A Passion for Public HealthLife After Carleton: Summer 2014
The Woodside Endowed Fund for Career Exploration allowed Brendan Fowl ’14 to pursue an unpaid internship at the University of Maryland School of Medicine
Teacher, Mentor, CollaboratorLife After Carleton: Summer 2014
When Carleton students work with professors outside the classroom, their interactions take on a new and exciting dynamic that foreshadows their future in the workplace