Update from Campus

Civitas events affirm CMC’s founding and future mission across the country

Alumni, parents, students, and staff gathered on both coasts for the debut of Civitas, a series of invigorating conversations about the future of CMC and its role in today’s civilization. Events took place in New York, San Francisco, and San Diego, and several more are planned in the coming months.

Ben Gillen with a Student
Professor and students seek investment breakthrough

Prof. Ben Gillen credits his latest breakthroughs to surprising resources at the College: his undergraduate research assistants. And that’s after working with some of the best and brightest at Caltech. “CMC students raised the bar,” he said.

Jeff and Kendyl Klein
A father-daughter duo examines the evolution of mass media

Jeff Klein ’75 and Kendyl Klein ’14, recently discussed the evolving state of news, advertising, and marketing, and how technology drives those changes. To succeed, companies “need to understand where their audience is,” said Kendyl.

Wei-Chin Hwang
Prof. Wei-Chin Hwang recognized by the AAPA

Psychology Prof. Wei-Chin Hwang was honored with the Asian American Psychological Association’s 2019 Distinguished Contributions Award. Hwang was recognized for bridging his scholarly work with practice, especially in Asian American communities.

Michael Shear
Michael Shear '90 of the NYT discusses Trump and immigration battle

Michael Shear '90 spoke about his new book, Border Wars: Inside Trump’s Assault on Immigration, which explores President Trump’s highly contentious views on immigration and the mechanics of an administration attempting to turn them into policy.

Victoria Lobis
Art historian Victoria Sancho Lobis adds new luster to old masters

Victoria Sancho Lobis, a lecturer in the History Department and Joint Art History Program, has curated the new exhibition, Rubens, Rembrandt and Drawing in the Golden Age at the Art Institute of Chicago, and authored its extensive catalog.

Cels Conference
CMC Hosts 14th annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies

Leading legal experts presented their scholarship at the 14th annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies at CMC. The conference showcased original legal scholarship in a diverse range of fields, including law, political science, psychology, and economics.

CMS Women's Soccer Team
Four CMS teams advance in NCAA Championships

CMS had a great weekend as four teams -- men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s track and field -- advanced in NCAA Championships. To top it off, the football team defeated Pomona-Pitzer to take the Sixth Street trophy.

Alina Rainsford ’20
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