Topic: "Alumni"

Mellon Foundation Grant Supports Teaching and Learning at The Claremont Colleges

October 3, 2016

Seal of Harvey Mudd College

The Claremont University Consortium has received a $1.5 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to establish a new Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) to help faculty members enhance their teaching through programming, consultation services and support programs. The design of the CTL has been informed by research on teaching and learning centers […]

High-resolution Nanoscope Provides New View of Whole Cells

September 21, 2016

Whitney Duim, Harvey Mudd College chemistry

A new, ultra-resolution nanoscope is giving biological researchers the power to see deep within whole cells. Until recently, the challenge with optical microscopy has been to obtain complete, high resolution, images of cells and tissues because resolution rapidly deteriorates due to the thickness of the structures. With a microscope that now allows three-dimensional imaging of […]

Katie Ray Named to CMS Alumni Association Athletics Hall of Fame

August 26, 2016

Track and field alumna Katie Ray, Class of 2002, jumps hurdles for CMS

Harvey Mudd College alumna Katie Ray ’02 (pictured, center) has been inducted into the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame, Class of 2016. Ray, a four-year member of the track and field team, twice earned HMC Athlete of the Year in 2001 and 2002 as a junior and senior. Also in 2002, she was […]

Paul Slaats, Football, is HMC Athlete of the Year

August 9, 2016

Paul Slaats '17, CMS football player greets opponents

The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletic Department named Harvey Mudd College football standout Paul Slaats ’17 Harvey Mudd College Alumni Association Outstanding Athlete of the Year for his athletic and academic achievements during the 2015–2016 season. Slaats, a nose guard, captained the defensive line with 46 tackles on the season and led the team with 7.5 “tackles for […]

Class of 2016 a Milestone for Women in Physics

May 17, 2016

graduates walking

For the first time in its history, Harvey Mudd College graduated more female physics majors than male at its annual commencement, May 15, 2016. Of the 25 students completing a physics degree, 13 were women (52 percent). In another first, the College graduated more female computer science majors than male—54.4 percent of students graduating with a degree […]

Harvey Mudd Math Alumnus Elected Fellow of Royal Society

May 6, 2016

Jack Cuzick '70 and QMUL colleagues

Harvey Mudd College 2010 Outstanding Alumnus Jack Cuzick ’70 and recipient of the 2015 American Cancer Society Medal of Honor has been elected as a new Fellow of the Royal Society, the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence. Cuzick is Head of the Centre for Cancer Prevention and John Snow Professor of Epidemiology at Queen […]

Harvey Mudd Alumni Association Honors Alumni, Friends

February 19, 2016

AABOG awardees

The Harvey Mudd College Alumni Association Board of Governors (AABOG) has announced its annual awards, which recognize impact on Harvey Mudd College as well as service to society. The awards will be presented Saturday, April 30, during the College’s annual Alumni Weekend festivities. Outstanding Alumni The Board of Governors selected six alumni to receive the […]

Alumnus Receives Prestigious Cancer Research Award

October 2, 2015

Jack Cuzick '70 (center)

Harvey Mudd College 2010 Outstanding Alumnus Jack Cuzick ’70 has received the 2015 American Cancer Society Medal of Honor in the category of clinical research for his contributions to the field of biostatistics, epidemiology and clinical medicine. The highest honor bestowed by the society, the award was presented at a special ceremony Sept. 30 in […]

College Mourns Loss of Engineering Professor Harry Williams

October 1, 2015

Williams

Harvey Mudd College engineering Professor Emeritus Harry E. Williams Jr. passed away suddenly at Pomona Valley Hospital on Sept. 23 from complications following a stroke. Williams joined Harvey Mudd in 1960 as a professor of physics, pending an opening in the Department of Engineering. A year later, he moved to engineering where, for the next 40 […]

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