Uncovering the 20%: Part-Time Faculty At the 5Cs

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Phoebe Shum

Erin O’Brien, a visiting professor in the Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies, has been on the tenure-track job market since 2008. A former Fulbright fellow and community activist based in Los Angeles, O’Brien has taught two to three classes a semester at the 5Cs in the hopes...

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CGU Hires New Business-Minded Interim President

Claremont Graduate University is ready to adapt to the changing world of graduate education with help from Interim President Robert Schult, who will apply his business experience to the position.On March 9, 2015, Schult was appointed Interim President of Claremont Graduate University. His...

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Q&A: Barbara Bush Shares Goals in Global Health, Familial Inspirations

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Tim Hernandez

Barbara Pierce Bush, co-founder and chief executive officer of Global Health Corps and daughter of former President George W. Bush, came to Scripps College March 24 as guest lecturer in the 9th Annual Elizabeth Hubert Malott Public Affairs Program. In the words of Scripps President Lori...

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Scripps Hires 20-Year Nonprofit Veteran As Inaugural LASPA Center Director

Scripps College announced the appointment of Lisa Watson as the inaugural director of the LASPA Center after a search process that lasted almost a year. Watson was one of the three final candidates who visited the college in February to meet with staff, faculty and students.The LASPA Center is...

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Pitzer Invites Transgender Rights Activist to be Commencement Speaker

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Courtesy Aaron Tredwell

Pitzer College’s class of 2015 selected Janet Mock, a prominent writer and transgender rights activist, as its 51st keynote commencement speaker.Janet Mock is known for her bestselling novel Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love and So Much More and online social activism...

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HMC Initiates Discussions on Work-Life Balance News

Conversations about balance between schoolwork and life outside of the classrooms have come to the surface at Harvey Mudd College. Associated Students of Harvey Mudd College (ASHMC) created the Work-Life Balance Group, which aims to bring focus on balancing work and fun to create a healthier... (read more)

In Memoriam: Betty Bernhard, Beloved Professor and Mentor News

Betty Bernhard, a theater professor at Pomona College known for her outspoken nature, warmth and commitment to her work, died at home on Sunday, March 21, 2015.Bernhard served as a professor and director at Pomona for over 30 years, during which she directed 30 full-length plays and musicals. She... (read more)

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Scripps Invites Barbara Bush for Conservative Speaker Series News

Barbara Pierce Bush, co-founder and chief executive officer of Global Health Corps and daughter of 43rd President of the United States George W. Bush, took the stage at Scripps College’s Garrison Theater March 24 to speak about her work in promoting healthcare access throughout the world.... (read more)

Claremont Colleges Move Fall Registration Day Earlier News

The fall registration time for the first-year class has been changed uniformly across the 5Cs and will go into effect beginning with the class of 2019. Registration has previously taken place on a Monday, but registration for the fall 2015 term will take place on Sunday, Aug.... (read more)

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Q&A: Barbara Bush Shares Goals in Global Health, Familial Inspirations News

Barbara Pierce Bush, co-founder and chief executive officer of Global Health Corps and daughter of former President George W. Bush, came to Scripps College March 24 as guest lecturer in the 9th Annual Elizabeth Hubert Malott Public Affairs Program. In the words of Scripps President Lori... (read more)

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