Claremont Graduate University’s guide to the week that was and will be
may 30–june 12, 2016
Be sure to check the Master Calendars for CGU and CUC for a complete listing of all events.
Convenient links to some CGU and CUC services are posted at the end of the Bugle.
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events, activities, and workshops
Monday, May 30
CGU closed to observe Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 31–Sunday, June 12
No events scheduled
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May 30 • Memorial Day
June 17 • Movie Screening: "He Named Me Malala" more»
Pitzer College 2016 Summer Session • May 16–June 24, open to all students currently enrolled in any accredited institution. more»
Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (MCAPS) will be closed the majority of the summer and will re-open on August 22, 2016. However, if you need assistance during the time of their closure, please call the MCAPS office number at 909-621-8202 and ask to be connected to the after-hours counseling service. If you get a voice message, you will be prompted and subsequently connected to the after-hours counseling service.
Please click here for additional information about on-call and after-hours counseling service.
Do you know someone interested in a CGU academic program? Invite them to attend an upcoming admissions event. See a full list here.
doctoral dissertation defenses
CGU policy requires that all dissertation defenses be announced to the campus community with a minimum of one week’s advanced notice. Defenses are a public event for our academic community and guests are welcome. Questions about a specific defense should be referred to the academic department.
May 31, 2016 – Masakatsu Ono, Candidate PhD Psychology
Momentary Work Engagement: Investigating Job Demands-Resources Model Through Experience Sampling
Dissertation Committee Chairs: S. Donaldson/M. Csikszentmihalyi
Location/Time: QLRD Conference Room, 1:00 p.m.
June 8, 2016 – Barbara Blair, Candidate PhD Psychology
Cultural Influences of Followers and Follower Dissent
Dissertation Committee Chair: Michelle Bligh
Location/Time: ACB 208, 8:00 a.m.
Summer Hours pending.
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- Tufts Poetry Awards Panel Discussion view video
- Career Bites: Negotiating the Job Offer view video
- Atlantic Lecture Series: Anna Chave view video
- Some Americans & Some More curated by David Pagel view video
- Career Bites: Before, During, After Interviews view video
- Preparing to Teach view video
- Music Videos: View recitals, lectures, and performances by CGU students and faculty. view videos
- Check out CGUgrad2016 on Instagram.
cgu news & features
Keep up with news coverage about CGU at the CGU In the News section of the university's website.
- ARTS AND HUMANITIES: English and cultural studies Professor Marlene Daut in New Books Network podcast on her Tropics of Haiti book. more»
- DRUCKER: Thirteen CGU students travel to New Zealand for Drucker School’s Global Immersions course. more»
Professor Marlene Daut’s latest book explores race and literary history of the Haitian Revolution.
- MENTORSHIP: Politics and Policy alumna Frances Marques advocates for Latino and deaf issues. more»
- PHOTO GALLERY: Exclusive images from CGU’s 89th annual commencement exercises. more»
Frances Marquez (PhD, Politics and Policy, 2006) has been focusing her activism on getting more deaf and hard of hearing people to work in government.