Maccolades for January 2022: Teaching awards, newly tenured faculty, and nearly $2.5 million in grants
Maccolades is a monthly round-up of the most recent accolades and accomplishments earned by members of the Macalester community.
Micro internships, macro experiences
Students solve a problems presented by their community partners with help from alumni volunteers
Project to develop humanities curriculum around Mississippi River receives $1.49 million grant from Mellon Foundation
Shelf Conscious: Ernesto Capello
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors’ offices? We’re with you.
Global Health Pro Goes Local
The COVID-19 crisis drove disaster responder Mark Jackson ’07 back to lead Ramsey County testing and vaccine efforts
Lessons from Changemakers
Dr. Crystal Marie Moten delivered the eighth annual El-Kati Distinguished Lectureship in American Studies.
The Professor Who Changed My Life
Macalester alumni share stories of faculty members who transformed them
Work Wisdom: Laura Rasmussen ’85
Rasmussen shares lessons she's learned as co-owner of yarn and needlepoint shop 3 Kittens Needle Arts.
Finding Common Ground
The September 11 terror attacks brought US trial lawyer Tyler Robinson ’93 onto a new path in international dispute resolution.
Volunteer Spotlight: Momchil Jelev ’08
Jelev helps foster the busy Mac community of Singapore alumni.
“Lucky to Be Here”
Georgia Cloepfil ’14 reflects on her professional soccer career in a prize-winning essay.
Family Tree Clinic Has Never Stopped Listening
A renowned community health clinic that got its start at Macalester has a constellation of Mac connections and a luminous future.
Changing the Scene
For actor, dramaturg, and arts leader Faye Price ’77, theater can play a leading role in promoting social justice.