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Wang Hired as International Student Coordinator

January 6, 2016

Miao "Kat" Wang

As part of its mission to support the well-being of all students, Harvey Mudd College has hired Miao “Kat” Wang as international student coordinator within the Office of Health and Wellness, Division of Student Affairs. Harvey Mudd has a growing population of international students: This year they make up about 10 percent of the student […]

Harvey Mudd College Appoints Director of Individual Giving

November 3, 2015

Jessica Berger, HMC

After a national search for a director of individual giving at Harvey Mudd College, Jessica Berger has accepted the position. Berger joined the Harvey Mudd Office of College Advancement (OCA) staff in July 2014 as associate director of development following a long tenure at Polytechnic School in Pasadena and other roles in the non-profit and […]

Harvey Mudd Student Creates First App for the Colorblind

October 19, 2015

Vincent Fiorentini '16

Sometimes inventions come about when people seek to solve a problem they are experiencing. Such was the case for Vincent Fiorentini ’16, who created the Color Blind Pal app. The app has been downloaded some 12,000 times. Fiorentini also has received Facebook messages from strangers all over the world who are using it. Fiorentini, who is […]

$25 Million Gift Establishes Center for Creativity and Collaboration for the 5Cs

September 10, 2015

students talking

“The challenges we face today call for audacious thinkers and doers who can work collaboratively and creatively across disciplines.” —Rick Sontag (HMC ’64) In making a $25 million gift that will benefit the five undergraduate campuses of The Claremont Colleges, Rick and Susan Sontag hope to help some of the nation’s most talented students harness […]

Harvey Mudd’s Undergraduate Engineering Program Ranked No. 1 in U.S.

September 9, 2015

students working on rocket

Harvey Mudd College was ranked No. 1 among the nation’s undergraduate engineering programs in U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 Best Colleges rankings, sharing the top spot for engineering with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Harvey Mudd’s ranking is among colleges that offer the bachelor’s or master’s as its top degree in engineering. The College has […]

Dym Receives Inaugural ASME Honor

August 31, 2015

**CliveDym_2430

Harvey Mudd College Professor of Engineering Emeritus Clive L. Dym has received the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ (ASME) Inaugural Design Theory and Methodology Award. Dym was recognized for his “sustained and meritorious contributions to research, education, service, training of researchers and practitioners, and overall leadership in advancing the field of Design Theory and Methodology.” […]

Student Affairs Suite Dedicated to Hotchkiss

August 21, 2015

Eugene Hotchkiss III

The Harvey Mudd College community honored its first and only dean of the College and its first full-time dean of students, Eugene Hotchkiss III (known as “Dean Gene”), during Alumni Weekend in May. As a result of a generous gift from the Barretts—Pat ’66 and Penny ’67—the Division of Student Affairs office suite within the […]

Staff Transitions for Student Affairs

August 13, 2015

President Maria Klawe announced Aug. 11 that Jon Jacobsen, professor of mathematics and associate dean for academic affairs, will serve as interim vice president for student affairs and that Leslie Hughes, associate dean of students, will serve as interim dean of students. The announcement came as Maggie Browning, vice president for student affairs and dean […]

Harvey Mudd Students Among CMS Scholar Athletes

August 11, 2015

CMS Women's Tennis

Harvey Mudd students who are exceptional scholars as well as accomplished athletes were recognized by various organizations for their accomplishments in Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) sports. SCIAC Honors The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) 2014–2015 Spring All-Academic Teams include 70 CMS students out of the 436 honorees. To be eligible, the student-athlete must have at least a […]

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