Maccolades for January and February 2024: Global leadership, a historical appointment, and more
Maccolades is a monthly round-up of the most recent accolades and accomplishments earned by the Macalester community.
New exhibition Deathpower opens at Law Warschaw Gallery
Guest-curated by Erin Robideaux Gleeson, the exhibition invites visitors to explore the ways that death multiplies life.
Astronomy professor uses radio telescopes to decipher the mystery of how galaxies form
Professor John Cannon researches dwarf galaxies and reveals their role in our universe.
How It Started, How It’s Going
Entrepreneurship and innovation programs at Mac have helped alumni launch successful careers in art, government, venture capital–and more.
Work Wisdom: Molly Ahearn ’81
Graphic designer Molly Ahearn '81 shares advice about networking, mentorship, and more.
Celebrating Leaney Field and Bolstorff Court
Two legendary Macalester coaches honored at fall ceremonies.
With playful persistence, award-winning puppeteer Chris Griffith ’92 is working to keep the Cherokee language alive.
Fitness For All
At her Minneapolis gym, Hannah Wydeven ’09 has created a supportive culture that welcomes all bodies.
New book from International Studies professor explores Iceland’s booming data storage industry
Dr. Alix Johnson is the author of Where Cloud is Ground: Placing Data and Making Place in Iceland (University of California Press, 2023)
Fantastic Classes and Where to Find Them
Macalester professors tap into the Twin Cities to enrich learning
Research to better understand greenhouse gases
Student Project Aims to Understand Intersection of Soil, Water, and Greenhouse Gases
2023 International Roundtable: Student-led Sessions Explore the Meaning of “Humanity” in Dynamic Futures
Maccolades for December 2023: Praise from VP Harris, documenting Himalayan flooding and Minneapolis history, and more
Maccolades is a monthly round-up of the most recent accolades and accomplishments earned by members of the Macalester community.
Seven Macalester professors awarded tenure
The seven faculty members represent a broad range of disciplines.
U.S. Dept. of Education recognizes Macalester as national model for access to contraception
Vice president of student affairs Dr. Kathryn Kay Coquemont was among the six featured panelists at the U.S. Department of Education’s convening on access to contraception for college students.
Where Are They Now?: Recent Alumni Share Their Post-Mac Experiences
Alumni from the classes of 2019, 2020, and 2023 tell us how it's going.
Internship at the Nature Conservancy
Amanda de Souza ’25 works creating a best practices guide around tribal engagement