- April 25, 2013
- January 18, 2013
- October 24, 2012
- July 5, 2012
Prestigious grants reflect Carleton’s quality and help keep our College at the forefront of higher education.
- May 14, 2012
We intend to live up to our values in an economically sustainable way that ensures the College’s academic excellence.
- March 8, 2012
Outreach to the community is one of the most enduring ways that Carleton earns its stripes as a good neighbor.
- October 7, 2011
Over the last several years the College has come to realize that the health and counseling services that we provide, while good and successful in many respects, were not fully meeting students’ expectations, nor were they reaching the level of excellence to which we at Carleton aspire.
- July 13, 2011
Carleton’s Climate Action Plan is only a starting point, but we believe it will foster awareness of campuswide sustainability initiatives, inspire further education, and instill environmental best practices into our standard operating procedures.
- May 3, 2011
At Carleton, we’re soon to begin a strategic planning process that will help us set priorities among a variety of good outcomes. It will put the College in a position of strength as the economy improves and will let us test our goals within a realistic financial envelope.
- February 11, 2011
Great colleges like Carleton are powerful economic engines for their communities. But they should also be intellectual and cultural magnets. The Weitz Center for Creativity will enable us to play that role more effectively.
- January 19, 2011
President Steven G. Poskanzer made his intramural broomball debut on Thursday night, and local blog Northfield Patch was there to cover the momentous occasion with a video interview with Poskanzer and some game highlights.
- November 28, 2010
President Steven G. Poskanzer is the subject of a Chronicle of Higher Education feature on Nov. 28 about his interactions with students around the Carleton tradition of the bust of German poet Friedrich Schiller. The bust, which has been making appearances at important Carleton events for nearly 60 years and is guarded by a secret group of students, was given to the new Carleton president, and Poskanzer took a series of photos of him with Schiller that ran in the campus literary magazine The Carl and appeared on Carleton's Facebook page. "It was important for me, as a brand new president," he says of the shenanigans, "to show that I was an accessible, approachable person." (Please note the link will only be available to non-subscribers until Dec. 3.)