Ann Meyers Drysdale’s campus visit is generously supported by CMS Athletics, the Kravis Leadership Institute, the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, the Berger Institute for Work, Family and Children, the Center for Human Rights Leadership, and the Athenaeum.
Dan O'Neill ’02 drops by with a box of insect fueled protein bars to share with the CMC community.
The W.M. Keck Science Department offers Introduction to Biology (BIOL 044) to all students interested in the biological sciences.
Five years ago, in September 2007, the College announced Mr. Day's pledge of $200-million to support student scholars interested in pursuing careers in economics and finance.
The advent of blogging and the rise of other social media venues has empowered individuals outside the traditional circle of journalism to function as reporters and narrators of life events and issues, and cultivate audiences across the world. However Chris emphasizes, “The growth in social media does not mean the end of serious journalism”.
As a way to identify ambitious, creative and competent individuals (i.e., potential employees), once a year the financial software company Intuit assigns a real-world problem facing their small business customers to our students.
On the eve of the announcement that Claremont McKenna College has selected him to be its fifth president, Hiram E. Chodosh offers a brief glimpse into his leadership style, challenges facing America’s liberal arts colleges, and his excitement to lead CMC–– calling the College and its mission a “national and global treasure.”
Fed up with inability of Congress to work together? You’re not alone. Gallup polls found historic negativity toward Congress. Hyperpartisanship has created a toxic environment. Research from the psychological sciences offers hope—here are 7 things you and I can do to narrow the partisan gap. Diane F. Halpern, Ph.D. is The McElwee Family Professor of Psychology & Roberts Fellow at Claremont McKenna College.