An all-class event, featuring Alumni Association awards, 25th and 50th reunion class gifts, and remarks by President Poskanzer
Alumni Multifaith Service of Remembrance and Celebration
Honor and celebrate together in a multifaith service featuring alumni from a variety of decades and faith backgrounds and the Reunion 2019 Alumni Choir.
Alumni College: A Friendship with Words
The two acclaimed writers talk about their writing process, works in progress, and whether or not inspiration really exists. Presented by Gregory Blake Smith, Lloyd P. Johnson-Norwest Professor of English and the Liberal Arts, and Bonnie Nadzam ’99.
Alumni College: Geothermal Under the Bald Spot
Martha Larson, Manager of Campus Energy and Sustainability, presents “Geothermal Under the Bald Spot? Utility Master Planning for the 21st Century.”
Alumni College: Social Movements and Protest in the Digital Era
Political Science professor Devashree Gupta presents on the role that “Internet 2.0” — social media in particular — plays in mobilizing activists and staging protests.
Alumni College: Retrospectives on Admissions 1987-2019
Paul Thiboutot, Vice President and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, shares retrospectives of his 30+ years leading the admissions office at Carleton.
Alumni College: The History and Impact of the Performing Arts at Carleton
The emeriti faculty Mary Easter, Stephen Kelly, John Schott, and Ruth Weiner share stories of the evolution of the dance, cinema and media studies, theater and music programs. Moderated by Steven Richardson ’86, Puzak Family Director of the Arts.
Alumni College: Colleagues, Conversations, and Connections Supporting Excellent Teaching at Carleton
Melissa Eblen-Zayas, Director, Perlman Center for Learning and Teaching, and Humphrey Doermann Professor of Liberal Learning and Professor of Physics, reflects on themes in the recent programming of the Learning and Teaching Center.
Alumni College: Arctic and Antartic Adventures
Travel to Iceland and Antarctica and learn about the excitement and discovery that occurs on Carleton Alumni Adventures excursions. Presented by Mary Savina ’72, Charles L. Denison Professor of Geology, and Lance Ihlinger ’79.
Alumni College: Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream
Jay Rubenstein ’89, the Alvin and Sally Beaman Professor of History at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, presents “Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream: The Crusades, Apocalyptic Prophecy, and the End of History.”