Topic: "Community Engagement"

Feast or Famine: Oxfam Banquet Addresses Social Justice

December 6, 2013

Designed to feed the mind more than the belly, the Dec. 6 Oxfam Hunger Banquet at Harvey Mudd College is intended to raise participants’ awareness of world poverty and hunger, and will invite them to discuss potential solutions. Sponsored by student clubs Mudders Making a Difference, Harvey Mudd Baking Club and CheeseSHMC, the event is […]

Harvey Mudd Students Help Junior Scientists Prep for Fair

December 3, 2013

Psyched about a district-wide science fair coming up in February, 126 middle and high school students sought tips on how to make their projects stand out. Harvey Mudd College and its community partners stepped in to help. Harvey Mudd, Western University, Pomona Youth and Family Master Plan, and Pomona Unified School District joined forces to […]

Social, Ethical Issues Topic of Community Engagement Class

October 8, 2013

A new Harvey Mudd College course is helping students clearly understand their impact on society and its impact on them. Weekly meetings for the pilot course, “Social and Ethical Issues in Community Engagement” include reflective reading, writing and discussion about the community service in which the students are participating. “Often what happens with community engagement […]

Summer Institute Scholars Bring Science Play to Outreach

September 16, 2013

Sometimes science is best explained with silly putty, film canisters and paper. Concepts such as how polymers react to different stresses or how drag forces affect airplanes came alive for a group of 7- to 14-year-olds at Mountain View Family Development’s community outreach Aug. 24, thanks to activities planned and directed by 37 Harvey Mudd […]

Upward Bound Scholars Tackle Academic Challenge

July 17, 2013

Forty-five high school students are spending six weeks this summer at Harvey Mudd College honing their academic skills as part of Upward Bound, a program aimed at positioning students for future academic success. The federally funded program helps low-income and potential first-generation college students improve their chances of getting into and graduating from a post-secondary […]

HMC Community Honors Student Leaders

May 16, 2013

Seniors Elly Schofield and Garrett Menghini receive Student Leadership Awards.

The Harvey Mudd College community honored the contributions of student leaders May 11 at the College’s first Student Leadership Awards celebration. Honorees included scholarship and internship recipients and those who have provided exceptional service as leaders within the HMC community. “Some say the only true leaders are people like Einstein, but we take a broader […]

SPLS Helps Teens Connect to College

April 24, 2013

About 40 high school students and their parents visited Harvey Mudd College on April 6 as part of Uncommon Good’s Connect to College Mentoring Program. They enjoyed a day filled with science demonstrations, an admissions talk, campus tour and a student panel hosted by HMC’s Society of Professional Latinos in STEMS (SPLS) student group. The […]

Young Scholars Treated to Day of Science

April 18, 2013

About 100 fourth- and fifth-graders enjoyed a day of fun and science activities April 6 during Science Day at Harvey Mudd College. Students, parents and teachers from San Antonio Elementary, Vejar Elementary, Barfield Elementary School and Harrison School attended the free, annual event, which features science workshops led by HMC Science Bus program student volunteers. […]

Event to Inspire Future Female Scientists

April 16, 2013

The third annual Sacred SISTAHS math and science conference for middle- and high-school girls will be held Saturday, April 20, at Harvey Mudd College. Although open to all girls, the event will focus on empowering young African-American girls by introducing them to successful academic and professional role models. This year’s conference will feature women from […]

Upward Bound Program Success Soars

March 26, 2013

Harvey Mudd College’s Upward Bound (UB) program surpassed its goals for the 2011-2012 academic year, continuing on a successful course and aiming for higher marks in the future. The federally funded program helps low-income and potential first-generation college students improve their chances of getting into and graduating from a post-secondary institution. Ninety percent of the […]

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