Lori Dajose
At Caltech's annual TeachWeek, trustee Shirley Malcom spoke about the importance of teaching methods and policies that support diversity in STEM education.
Judy Hill
For the handful of students in Caltech's legendary Physics 11 seminar, jumping over hurdles is just the beginning.
Jon Nalick
The Amgen Foundation highlighted two program alumni with Caltech ties as "especially poised to impact the future of science and medicine."
Robert Perkins
Legendary technologist and philanthropist Bill Gates offers wisdom and advice to the next generation of scientists and engineers at Caltech.
Robert Perkins
Caltech's incoming freshmen are among the best in the nation, with impressive academic profiles and a diversity of interests and backgrounds.
graphic image of blackboard with illustrations
Lori Dajose
Caltech's partnership in the Pulsar Search Collaboratory offers local high school students the opportunity to conduct astronomy research.
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
20 current Caltech students and 13 alumni will receive fellowships to support graduate study.
Alyce Nicolo
In appreciation for the opportunities Caltech afforded him, professor, vice provost, and alumnus Mory Gharib is paying it forward, supporting new generations of Caltech graduate students through an endowed fellowship fund.
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
The 2016 Richard P. Feynman Prize for Excellence in Teaching has been awarded to Ellen Rothenberg, the Albert Billings Ruddock Professor of Biology.
Shayna Chabner McKinney
On February 29th, Caltech's Center for Teaching, Learning, and Outreach (CTLO) brought together more than 50 teachers from local K-12 schools and nearly as many volunteers from Caltech, Pasadena City College, and other associated institutions to look at new ways to develop lessons and design experiments.
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