Summer 2008 (June 30, 2008)
Career Center director Richard Berman is helping students prepare to work in an increasingly uncertain world.
David Ignat ’63 opens new avenues for today’s students by honoring his past.
Kelson Zawack ’08 is one of the first students to benefit from the Student Scientific Research fund established by David Ignat ’63.
Two programs funded by Stephen West ’53 and Phyllis West encourage students to understand—and contribute to—developing nations.
A service internship in Costa Rica helped Amenah Babar ’05 choose a career in public health.
Ethical reflection has given Jason Perkins '08 new ways to connect classroom learning with broader life issues.
An internship in Bolivia gave Olivia Jee ’08 a new perspective on poverty and health care.
Students with different religious backgrounds use faith to pursue shared goals.
A new networking initiative provides opportunities for students to learn about careers in business, technology, social service, environmental action, public policy, and other sectors.
The Dale and Elizabeth Hanson Fellowship in Ethics supports students in researching ethics issues they may not be able to examine through current course offerings.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute awarded Carleton a four-year, $1.5 million grant to help students address scientific complexity and to broaden access in the sciences.