events, activities, and workshops
Professional Development Workshop
The Claremont Evaluation Center is pleased to bring you this long-standing series which provides practical and theoretical training in evaluation and applied research through one-day workshops, taught by academics and practitioners from across the globe. more»
New Student Orientation
Claremont Graduate University welcomes its incoming Fall 2014 class of students at New Student Orientation 2014, where students will receive an introduction to academic and student life at CGU. The day's events include grad life workshops, campus tours, individual program orientations, and a reception and resource fair.
Orientation will take place at The Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music ("Little Bridges") on the Pomona campus and on the CGU campus. For the day's full schedule of events, click here.
mark your calendars
- September 7 Western Positive Psychology Association conference. more»
- The Western Positive Psychology Association conference will be held on Sunday, September 7, 2014. The deadline to submit abstracts is August 11. We invite you to submit your best research, and participate in exciting discussions on empirical research in the field of Positive Psychology. The proposal submission form is available at www.cgu.edu/positivepsychology.
- CGU New-Student Orientation is looking for volunteers. To volunteer, or for more information, contact April Frykenberg at email@example.com.
- The Society for Philosophy And Religion at Claremont Graduate University (SPARC) is a service program for students who are teachers and students who seek teaching experience. Interested students are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about SPARC.
- CGU to host a weekend of events exploring positive psychology Sept. 5-7 more»
- Why Marketing to Women Doesn't Work: A new book by Drucker School Prof. Jenny Darroch more»
- Psychology Prof. Allen Omoto honored by two top psychology associations more»
- WASC reaffirms CGU's accreditation through 2022 more»
- Art alumnus James Turrell to receive National Medal of Arts during White House ceremony more»
- CGU receives $400,000 from Fletcher Jones, Hearst Foundations to support Math for America Los Angeles more»
- Educational Studies Prof. William Perez to advise UC President Janet Napolitano on undocumented students more»
Hagelbarger's summer hours are Monday–Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Hagelbargers also offers pre-made and custom grilled items. See the menu here.
cgu in the news
Click here to read recent news coverage of CGU and the CGU family. For daily updates, visit the CGU In the News section of the university's website.
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.
August 26, 2014 – Sungchan Moo
The Heroic Champion of the Divine Will: Mark’s Mimetic Achievement in the Gethsemane Episode
Candidate PhD Religion. Tammie Schneider, Dissertation Chair. Location: Balitzer Board Room at 11 a.m.
August 27, 2014 – Evis Mezmi
The Effects of Economic Factors on Support for the EU
Candidate PhD Political Science. Jennifer Merolla, Dissertation Chair. Location: IAC Library at 9:30 a.m.
- CGU alumna Takako Mino (MA, Teacher Education, 2013) has spent several years establishing public debate programs in East Africa. Check out her TEDxClaremontColleges talk about "The Power of Voice" and its place in student empowerment and human rights. more»
- IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Kelsey Picken, a PhD student in cultural studies, and Joseph Harper, (MA, Cultural Studies, 2013) discovered history hidden in plain sight for their “Cold War: LA” project, which started out as part of a CGU museum studies course. more»
Takako Mino (second from right) has been implementing public debate programs and competitions in East Africa to empower students and train educators. In this photo, Mino poses with students and a teacher from the all-girls A.I.C. Kijiado Primary School in Kenya. (Photo courtesy of Takako Mino/Each One Teach One).