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Herrington Accepted to CUPA-HR Wildfire Program

May 9, 2018

Chi Herrington

At Harvey Mudd College, faculty and students aren’t the only ones engaging in experiential learning. Human Resources Associate Chi Herrington was selected for the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) 2018–2019 Wildfire program, a 12-month immersive leadership experience for early career higher education HR professionals. One of 12 people selected from over […]

May 2 NOVA Wonders Screening Features Harvey Mudd Math Professor

April 19, 2018

NOVA Wonders, co-hosted by Harvey Mudd Professor Talithia Williams

Harvey Mudd College professor Talithia Williams believes in the power of data and has become an outspoken advocate for collecting and understanding personal health information in order to become an expert on oneself. Her TEDx Talk on this topic, which includes discussions about tracking blood pressure, temperature and weight, has been viewed online nearly 1.5 […]

HMC Physics Community Attends APS

March 22, 2018

APS sign

When designing his solid state physics course for the 2018 spring semester, Professor Nicholas Breznay ’02 had an ultimate goal in mind: Get as many students as he could to attend the American Physical Society March Meeting, held this year in Los Angeles. “The idea was to give students ownership of the language and active […]

Mashek to Head Leading Nonprofit Advancing Viewpoint Diversity

February 6, 2018

Deb Mashek, Harvey Mudd College

The increase in political polarization is having a significant impact on college campuses. For Debra Mashek, professor of psychology at Harvey Mudd College, whose research lies in understanding human relationships and all of its complex layers, this is an opportune time to address this divide. Mashek has been appointed the inaugural executive director of Heterodox […]

HMC Students Make Physics Discovery

January 17, 2018

Students in Gerbode physics lab

Science and serendipity are old pals, meeting throughout history when people intending to do one thing realize they’ve accidentally discovered another. This was the case for Harvey Mudd physics researchers, resulting in the discovery of “optical blasting,” which allows people to internally sculpt colloidal crystals and could lead to new ways of modifying material properties. […]

Foothill Transit Class Pass

January 12, 2018

Class Pass flyer

The Claremont Colleges and Foothill Transit have teamed up to bring you a better way to get around town. The Class Pass is a pilot program that gives FREE rides on Foothill Transit local and Silver Streak buses to Harvey Mudd College students currently enrolled in at least one unit, faculty, and staff. Students, faculty, […]

Free Bus Rides Available to Claremont Colleges Students, Faculty, Staff

December 11, 2017

Graphic of free ride partnership of Foothill Transit and Claremont Colleges

The Claremont Colleges and Foothill Transit are launching a special pilot program that allows students, faculty, and staff free rides on Foothill Transit buses. The organizations have teamed up to offer the Class Pass, a program that gives students currently enrolled at The Claremont Colleges, and faculty and staff employed at The Claremont Colleges or […]

Proposed Allocation of Carnegie Academic Leadership Award Funds

November 13, 2017

Dear Campus Community: As you know, at the end of September, we received word that the Carnegie Corporation of New York had awarded $500,000 to Harvey Mudd College in the form of an Academic Leadership Award for outstanding academic and institutional leadership. We are tremendously grateful to Carnegie for this recognition, and we have been […]

De Pillis to Keynote BEER Conference

October 2, 2017

Harvey Mudd Department of Mathematics Chair Lisette de Pillis

In her keynote talk “Mathematical Medicine: Modeling Disease and Treatment,” Lisette de Pillis will present a sampling of mathematical models that help to simulate immune system interactions, disease dynamics and treatment approaches that may slow, or even stop, disease progression. De Pillis will address researchers, educators and students from around the world at the International […]