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Macalester’s 21st Annual International Roundtable: “Migration” Oct. 8-11
September 17, 2014

The 2014 Macalester International Roundtable (IRT) will examine human MIGRATION as a dynamic and powerful social force shaping societies, past and present.

Three Macalester students receive Amy Ostermeier Human Rights Fellowships
September 5, 2014

The Amy Ostermeier Human Rights Fellowships, designed to support students who secure internships at human rights organizations, were awarded to Macalester students Emma Cederlund, Luiza Montesanti and Joseph Walker for the summer of 2014.

Author Daniel Gilbert to Speak at Opening Convocation Sept. 4
August 5, 2014

Author Daniel Gilbert, bestselling author of Stumbling on Happiness and professor of psychology at Harvard University, will speak at Macalester’s opening convocation at 11:30 a.m., Thu., Sept. 4, in the Alumni Gymnasium in the Leonard Center.   The topic of his talk is “Stumbling on Happiness.”

Macalester Names Rev. Kelly J. Stone Chaplain and Associate Dean for Religious and Spiritual Life
July 15, 2014

Rev. Kelly J. Stone has been named Chaplain and Associate Dean for Religious and Spiritual Life at Macalester College and will begin her new duties at the end of this month.  Stone will oversee the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life, which includes student religious groups, programs and events, and Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel.

Macalester President receives $250,000 senior presidential leadership grant from the Mellon Foundation
June 23, 2014

Macalester College President Brian Rosenberg has been awarded a $250,000 senior presidential leadership grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support initiatives arising from the college’s strategic planning process. The grant, which is made by invitation only, will start in September 2014 and end in August 2017.

Macalester Names Gary D. Martin Chief Investment Officer
June 10, 2014

Gary D. Martin will become Macalester's Chief Investment Officer, effective July 14. As CIO, Martin will oversee the college’s $746 million endowment, which ranks 18th among U.S. liberal arts colleges. The endowment supports financial aid for students, and academic and co-curricular programs, among other college priorities.