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01/02/2019

Community College Students Thrive at Caltech

Robert Perkins
Through a program run by the nonprofit Base 11, community college students can come work with researchers at Caltech.
Base 11
11/21/2018

Helping Shape the FUTURE of Women Scientists

Whitney Clavin
Women from a host of different institutions gathered at Caltech for help navigating graduate school admissions.
Photo from FUTURE event
10/15/2018

Caltech to Partner with Lucy Jones on Science Communications Course

Shayna Chabner McKinney
Three-day program will provide practical expertise and experience for working with policymakers.
Lucy Jones
09/25/2018

Caltech Unveils New Major and Minor in Information and Data Sciences

Robert Perkins
Caltech has created a new interdisciplinary major that teaches students to process, communicate, and analyze big data
colorful circuit board image
08/01/2018

Program Brings Area High School Students, Teachers into Caltech Labs

Jon Nalick
Summer Research Connection promotes curiosity, scientific literacy, and research skills.
Maggie Higginbotham, a 10th-grade student at Blair High School in Pasadena, opens an incubator shaker to reveal cultures of bacteria used to produce gas vesicles for research.
06/29/2018

ASCIT Honors Excellence in Teaching for 2017–18

Annual ceremony celebrates outstanding professors and TAs.
Illustration of a woman at a chalkboard
05/03/2018

VIDEO: Teaching and Learning for Diverse Students and Scientists

Lori Dajose
At Caltech's annual TeachWeek, trustee Shirley Malcom spoke about the importance of teaching methods and policies that support diversity in STEM education.
Shirley Malcom speaks at a podium at Caltech.
04/13/2018

Caltech Kicks Off TeachWeek 2018

Jon Nalick
The annual event focuses on ways to celebrate and improve teaching.
TeachWeek focuses on Caltech's recent efforts to create an innovative learning environment that changes the world through unique teaching techniques.
03/08/2018

New Humanities Class Explores Blurry Line Between Humans and Animals

Emily Velasco
Professor of Comparative Literature Jocelyn Holland is teaching a new class at Caltech this term, The Human Animal, which uses literature from the 16th through 18th centuries to discuss questions about animal intelligence, whether animals have souls, and what makes a human.
Image of a 19th-century engraving depicting animals dressed in Victorian garb and acting as humans
03/02/2018

Q&A: Evan Kirby on the Importance of Science Outreach

Whitney Clavin
Evan Kirby discusses his work with high school students and his recent Cottrell Scholarship.
Evan Kirby
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