05/03/2018 15:40:24
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.
05/03/2018 14:06:20
Emily Velasco
Caltech and The Huntington Library are hosting Frankenstein: Then and Now, 1818–2018, a conference celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's timeless novel.
Drawing of Victor Frankenstein working on his monster. A skeleton lies on the table in front of him
04/27/2018 14:47:41
Caltech Theater and the Pasadena Playhouse to present staged readings.
Theory of Nothing, written by Lolly Ward and directed by Nike Doukas, will be presented at the  Pasadena Playhouse on Monday, April 30, at 8 p.m.
04/20/2018 13:27:57
Robert Perkins
Four Caltech faculty members delivered lectures during Earth Week about climate and how it is changing.
Earth
04/16/2018 10:17:26
Jon Nalick
More than 1,000 youngsters competed in April 7 event.
Emilia Ellegaard and Amy Wang, from Mesa Verde Middle School, prepare to launch their rubber-band-powered airplane; their goal was to have the airplane stay aloft as long as possible.
04/16/2018 10:00:37
Jon Nalick
Annual Caltech Y program provides unique opportunity for students to discover and volunteer.
In Texas, junior Meera Krishnamoorthy installs drywall in partnership with All Hands All Hearts, an organization that rebuilds homes after natural disasters.
04/13/2018 14:41:42
Jon Nalick
The annual event focuses on ways to celebrate and improve teaching.
TeachWeek focuses on Caltech's recent efforts to create an innovative learning environment that changes the world through unique teaching techniques.
04/11/2018 09:48:23
Robert Perkins
Four Caltech faculty members will deliver seminars during Earth Week about climate and how it is changing.
Earth
04/05/2018 12:16:42
Jon Nalick
Family-friendly educational booths and lectures draw large crowds.
Participating groups, including several from campus and JPL as well as the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Pasadena City College, and the Los Angeles Zoo, hosted dozens of booths.
04/02/2018 09:35:08
Emily Velasco
As part of the James Michelin Distinguished Visitors Program, historian and author Hampton Sides will visit Caltech on April 10 to lecture on the ill-fated 1879 expedition of the USS Jeannette to the North Pole.
A woodcut showing the U.S.S. Jeannette being crushed by sea ice.
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