Beyond the Bubble
Through the Off-Campus Student Employment program, students can earn their work-study financial aid in community non-profits.
Working for Reproductive Justice
Rosemary Laine '19 combined her interests in history and public health as a Taylor Public Health Fellow at Pro-Choice Resources.
Global Math Innovator
In October, at Clinton Global Initiative University, Cuauhtemoc Cruz Herrera ’19 presents his innovation to help Mexican math students excel.
Chuck Green Fellows in the Community
Chuck Green Fellows work with community partners in addressing real-world problems.
Taking on Childhood Cancers
Ian Lock, childhood cancer survivor, now takes on the disease through research and advocacy at the highest level.
A Voice on Community Desires and Sustainable Technology
Environmental studies professor Roopali Phadke has become a local and national voice on community engagement and sustainable energy technology.
Helping While They Learn
Through internships, Mac students gain real-world experience, from market research for startups to working in public health with refugee populations.
Faculty Focus: Christy Hanson
Global health professor brings real-world experience into the classroom.
Find out how Macalester is doing on its pledge to become carbon neutral and achieve zero waste.
Charting Immigration History
A research team of Macalester students built a digital project for the International Institute of Minnesota.
Global Citizenship Awards 2017
Three highly accomplished graduating seniors are recipients of Macalester's 2017 Global Citizenship Student Awards.
Two students involved in refugee work while abroad have brought their activism home.
Presenting Research at the Capitol
Mac students present their regional eco-findings at the state capitol.
Psychology and Public Health
Community volunteering makes a class on promoting social well-being come alive.
Death Row Investigator
Alumna Ellen Brady ’15 uses what she learned at Macalester to help inmates facing the -death penalty.
Supporting Immigrant Girls
Jasmine Nguyen ’17 developed a program to help immigrant and refugee parents support their daughters through the college process.