Category: "Unlisted"

HMC Response to Charlottesville Events

August 17, 2017

Faculty, Staff and Students, I know many of you join me in feeling disappointment, shock and anger at last weekend’s events in Charlottesville, Virginia. The racism, anti-Semitism and outright hatred that fueled the violence and led to the deaths of three people is in direct opposition to this country’s values and to Harvey Mudd’s vision […]

Nancy Gamer, Former Alumni Director, Remembered

May 16, 2017

Harvey Mudd development staff, 1984

Nancy Gamer, a Harvey Mudd College Honorary Alumna and former director of alumni relations, passed away on April 26. She was 80 years old. Gamer arrived at Harvey Mudd in 1977 as a temporary worker and then was hired as alumni secretary. She was promoted into fundraising then to director of alumni relations. At HMC […]

Letter from the Faculty Executive Committee to HMC Students

March 28, 2017

Dear students, As elected representatives of the faculty, the Faculty Executive Committee sometimes functions as a voice for the faculty. Often that takes simple forms like updating language in the faculty notebook, while at other times it involves setting priorities and facilitating actions on behalf of the entire faculty. For the past two days, we […]

Regarding the Wabash Report

March 27, 2017

Dear Students, We are sorry. Having shared the Wabash Report with the full faculty, but not sharing it with you, our students, we realize we have created confusion and anger and caused many of you to question whether or not the College is truly committed to transparency. Despite our mistake, we would like to assure […]

Harvey Mudd Alumni Association Announces 2017 Awards

March 1, 2017

Seal of Harvey Mudd College

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 29, during the College’s annual Alumni Weekend festivities. Outstanding Alumni The Board of Governors selected seven alumni to receive the […]

Support for Transgender and Non-Binary Students

February 23, 2017

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, Late yesterday, the U.S. Education and Justice departments released a joint statement that rescinded previous guidance issued in May 2016 that provided protections for transgender students under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. While the decision to rescind this guidance doesn’t come as a surprise, we do understand […]

Spring Events at Harvey Mudd College

February 22, 2017

Rose blooming on campus

The first day of spring is still a few weeks away, but there are plenty of thought-provoking activities abloom now at Harvey Mudd College. Here are several stimulating events to help cultivate curious minds. Follow the Leaders: The Annenberg Leadership and Management Speaker Series is an integral part of the College’s commitment to encouraging students […]

Statement on the Executive Order Restricting Immigration

January 30, 2017

Harvey Mudd College rejects discrimination in all forms—including that based on religion or national origin.

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, Many of you have now seen that on Friday, Jan. 27, President Donald Trump issued an executive order that directly impacts immigration to the United States—restricting entry into the country for 90 days for people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen and restricting refugee admission for 120 […]

DACA Statement to the Harvey Mudd Community

November 23, 2016

Dear HMC Community: Harvey Mudd College has committed itself to the shared vision of unsurpassed excellence and diversity at all levels, and we, as a community, stand together against bigotry and discrimination in all its forms. As many of you know, colleges and universities around the country, led by President David Oxtoby at Pomona College, […]

Harvey Mudd Faculty Members Lead Dialogue on Social Justice

October 13, 2016

Shanahan Center for Teaching and Learning

When the Karps’ adopted son was 3, he’d ride his bike in the street, and his parents had only the slightest cause for concern. Now he’s grown, living in Houston and driving. Mom and dad are concerned not only because he doesn’t have a driver’s license, but also because he’s African-American. “Now, I have to […]