Topic: "Students"

Science Bus Receives Grant

July 12, 2016

Professor of Physics Jason Gallicchio leads a demonstration at Science  Day 2016

Claremont Colleges student organization Science Bus has received a $3,000 grant from the office of Los Angeles County First District Supervisor Hilda Solis for the upcoming year. The funds will help Science Bus with a variety of costs, including transportation and supplies. Comprised of more than 60 students from the undergraduate Claremont Colleges, Science Bus […]

Harvey Mudd Engineering Student Awarded WeTech Scholarship

June 23, 2016

Katherine Shim '17

Harvey Mudd College engineering major Katherine (Yoo Jeong) Shim ’17 is one of four recipients of the Women Enhancing Technology (WeTech) Scholarship and Internship for University Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Sponsored by the Institute of International Education and Juniper Networks, the scholarship invests in young women in the United States and India […]

Lab Heats Up With Second RSS Poster

June 13, 2016

Robot Brunch team members Sam Dietrich '17 and Kyle Lund '17

Imagine a warehouse where a team of robots must coordinate its movements in a well-defined grid to fetch and deliver pallets so that human workers can pick and place items from the pallets into shipping boxes. The exact duration of a robot’s transition time from one location to another may be beyond the control of […]

Calvin Leung ’17 Receives Astronaut Scholarship

May 23, 2016

Calvin Leung '17

Mathematics and physics double major Calvin Leung ’17 is the 23rd Harvey Mudd College student to be named an Astronaut Scholar by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, which provides scholarships for college students pursuing science and technology careers. Leung is one of 40 recipients of the prestigious $10,000 award for the 2016–2017 academic year. To be […]

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 […]

Students to Present Human-Robot Trust Research

May 16, 2016

Paeng at work in the HEATlab

Autonomous robots have become increasingly prevalent in everyday life, from driverless cars and home-assistive robots to unmanned aerial vehicles. As we entrust these robots with more and more autonomy, users must address the notion of whether robots are capable of making trustworthy decisions—research that is currently being conducted in the Harvey Mudd College HEATlab. HEATlab […]

CS Faculty Members Receive Google Grant

May 9, 2016


Harvey Mudd College computer science professors Zachary Dodds and Colleen Lewis have received a $25,000 grant from Google’s CS4HS program for their work providing professional development to local pre-college computer science educators. CS4HS is an annual funding program that improves the computer science educational ecosystem by providing funding for CS teacher professional development. The program […]

CMS’ Kampe Memorial Hustle Award Goes to Mudder

May 5, 2016

Ryan Kusch '19

For his hard work, exemplary effort and determination, first-year Harvey Mudd College student Ryan Kusch has been awarded the 2015–2016 Chris Kampe Memorial Hustle Award by Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) Athletics. The lone Harvey Mudd representative on the CMS men’s basketball team, Kusch is the third first year in 21 years to receive the award. The award […]

Celebrating Impact: 2016 Leadership Awards

May 4, 2016


Harvey Mudd honored its outstanding community members April 28 at the fourth annual Leadership Awards ceremony, which celebrates students, faculty and staff for their contributions on campus and beyond. “By calling out these exemplary examples of leadership, we are taking a moment to recognize that our community values leadership efforts, both big and small,” said […]

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