News articles tagged with "humanities"

04/07/2014 15:02:47
Cynthia Eller

It is a banner spring in Pasadena for the classical Greek mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse. Exhibits at Caltech and the Huntington Library highlight the work of Archimedes, as it has made its way into the modern era.

11/08/2005 08:00:00
Jill Perry
A historian with interests as wide-ranging as entomology and Greek astronomy has become the first-ever Eleanor Searle Visiting Professor in the History of Science, a newly established joint program between the California Institute of Technology and the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens.
05/24/2004 07:00:00
The California Institute of Technology is normally a place where students are more comfortable with space-time than sonnets. But that could change in the course of the upcoming 24-hour Shakespeare Read-A-Thon.
04/02/2003 08:00:00
Marcus Woo
PASADENA, Calif. - Merging science and art is a tricky task, but one well worth the effort, notes the physicist, science writer, essayist, and novelist Alan Lightman.
04/24/2002 07:00:00
Dr. William Deverell will chair the California Council for ther Humanities and is the new Haynes Fellow.
03/26/2002 08:00:00
Grant will invigorate Caltech's undergraduate curriculum
03/05/2002 08:00:00
Two grants from the Mellon Foundation will support collaborative teaching and research efforts between Caltech and the Huntington Library.
08/23/2000 07:00:00
Robert Tindol

PASADENA—The California Institute of Technology has received a $1.1 million gift from Pasadena philanthropists Alexander and Adelaide Hixon for the creation of a new writing center and an annual un

06/02/1999 07:00:00

PASADENA—The California Institute of Technology has received a $90,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of the newly created Mellon Seminar in Interpretation.

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