events, activities, and workshops
Monday, May 25
Memorial Day – campus closed
Tuesday, May 16–Sunday, May 31
No events scheduled.
mark your calendars
- July 3 Independence Day - Holiday observed
- July 6 First day of classes (MODULE 2)
CGU is moving fully from Sakai to Canvas
- Sakai will not be available to you after the end of June, 2015.
- Please download all of your material on Sakai by the end of June so you have copies of everything.
- If you do not know how to do a mass download of your files using WebDav, please read the instructions here.
- For further help, please contact Sunny Chau or the Digital Learning Lab.
Summer hours are in effect from May 18 to August 22:
- Monday–Thursday 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
- Friday 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
No daily specials available during the summer
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- Video: Eighty-Eighth Annual Commencement Ceremony (begins at 32:54 mark) View video
- Social media recap of the 2015 CGU Commencement Ceremony more»
cgu in the news
Keep up with news coverage about CGU at 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.
June 1, 2015 – Mark Wilson, Candidate PhD Computational Science.
Structure and Rheological Properties of Self-Associating Polymer Networks
Dissertation Committee Chair: Arlette Baljon
Location/Time: Math South, 4:15 p.m.
June 2, 2015 – Joshua Jensen, Candidate PhD English.
Musical Ethnography in American Fiction and Poetry, 1798-1912
Dissertation Committee Chair: Robert Hudspeth
Location/Time: McManus Conference Room, 10:00 a.m.
June 12, 2015 – Peng Zhao, Candidate PhD Computational Science.
Novel Random Forest Methods Applied to Medical Studies
Dissertation Committee Chair: Juanjnan Fan
Location/Time: San Diego State University, 10:30 a.m.
July 14, 2015 – Robert Doye, Candidate PhD Religion.
Philosophical and Theological Reflections on the Common Good: Using Western Thought to Foster Awareness About Health and Poverty
Dissertation Committee Chair: Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook
Location/Time: IAC Library, 3:00 p.m.
- Nepal in Need: A Drucker student and a Teaching Excellence and Achievement fellow are helping recovery efforts for the earthquake-ravaged country. more»
- Educational Studies: Twenty-five years ago, alumnus David Sing created a program that helps native Hawaiian schoolchildren’s academic achievement. more»
Drucker student Krishna Tiwari recently launched the Claremont Unites for Nepal campaign through the CrowdRise fundraising website. “I’ve always done my part to help people,” he says. “That’s always been my passion.”