Topic: "Event"

Harvey Mudd Concert Series Begins Oct. 2

September 18, 2014

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Harvey Mudd invites you to move to the music. The College’s second annual “Music at Harvey Mudd” concert series begins Thursday, Oct. 2, at 8 p.m., in the Wayne ’73 and Julie Drinkward Recital Hall. Organized by the Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts, the series aims to bring a stylistically diverse variety […]

Community Engagement Event Focuses on Collaborations

September 17, 2014

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Through strategic collaborations, Harvey Mudd College strives to offer creative solutions to challenging problems facing communities in the United States and abroad. Projects involving faculty, students and staff—many of them science- or technology-related—educate and empower, proving mutually beneficial for all involved. The Office of Community Engagement hosted a panel discussion and interactive presentation showcasing the […]

ASA Fellow David Vosburg Fosters Science/Faith Dialogue

September 15, 2014

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Harvey Mudd College Associate Professor of Chemistry David Vosburg has been elected a 2014 Fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA), an international network of Christians in the sciences who explore the relationship between science and Christianity and foster dialogue between two often opposing viewpoints. A longtime member of the group, Vosburg is the first […]

Get Inspired to Aspire With Sacred SISTAHS

April 22, 2014

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Excellence and diversity go hand in hand. At Harvey Mudd, this is demonstrated by the College’s continued efforts to increase the diversity of its community and through community engagement activities that expand access to science and technology careers for underrepresented populations and generate passion for science at an early age. The Office of Community Engagement […]

Moody Lecture Explores the Mathematics Behind Biologically Inspired Design

March 24, 2014

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Many natural systems have evolved to perform certain tasks—climbing, sensing, swimming—as perfectly as possible within the limits set by the laws of physics. This observation can be used both to guide engineering design and to gain insights into the form and function of biological systems. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Anette (Peko) Hosoi explores these themes […]

A Long-expected Party Returns with HMC’s Annual LOTRathon

March 14, 2014

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Students planning to stay local over spring break and looking for something exciting to do should look no further than Harvey Mudd College’s annual Lord of the Rings reading marathon. Entering its 14th year, the “LOTRathon,” as it’s affectionately known, celebrates J.R.R. Tolkien’s high fantasy trilogy with a three-day live reading event that runs morning […]

Musical Time Travel with ARTEK

March 12, 2014

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A time machine is coming to Harvey Mudd College to transport music lovers back to the 17th century, courtesy of acclaimed New York City-based early music ensemble ARTEK (The Art of the Early Keyboard Inc.). Directed by Gwendolyn Toth P15—who is also a soloist on the harpsichord and organ—ARTEK will bring to Claremont a cadre […]

Evolutionary Biologist Beth Shapiro to Speak at Harvey Mudd Commencement

February 28, 2014

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Evolutionary Biologist Beth Shapiro will address some of the nation’s most gifted engineering, science and mathematics graduates when she delivers the keynote address at Harvey Mudd College’s 56th Commencement ceremony Sunday, May 18. Harvey Mudd senior Sidra Hussain met Shapiro and recommended her to classmates as someone they should consider for commencement speaker.  “I thought […]

Eclipse Coming to Harvey Mudd, March 11

February 10, 2014

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Scientific discussions of astronomical obscurities may be common occurrences in the new Shanahan complex but talk will shift to an Eclipse of an entirely different nature next Tuesday when Harvey Mudd will be graced by the spare and stunning sounds of a string quartet of the same name. On March 11, in a celebration of […]

Williams to Discuss Why Better Data Equals Better Health at TEDxClaremontColleges, Feb. 22

January 27, 2014

Talithia Williams

Temperature, blood pressure, heart rate—all are forms of data that can help us understand our bodies and recognize when something is going wrong, enabling our doctors to better diagnose us. Statistician and Harvey Mudd College mathematics Professor Talithia Williams discovered that by listening to her body and making note of her data, she became empowered. […]

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