09/26/2016 09:02:00
Robert Perkins
Caltech's incoming freshmen are among the best in the nation, with impressive academic profiles and a diversity of interests and backgrounds.
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06/20/2016 11:53:06
Gehrels received the award for his scientific leadership in the study of gamma-ray bursts as well as for his significant contributions to high-energy astrophysics, infrared astronomy, and instrument development.
06/13/2016 13:45:18
Caltech undergraduate and graduate students have collected an array of awards this year, including a Fulbright grant, two Hertz Fellowships, a Marshall Scholarship, and 20 National Science Foundation Fellowships.
06/13/2016 09:21:16
Campagna received the award for her contributions to quantitative investment and for her leadership in the financial industry. Campagna is the founder of QS Investors, a leading customized solutions and global quantitative equities provider.
06/13/2016 10:00:06
Ramanuj Basu
Margo Steurbaut, vice president for finance at the University of Southern California (USC), has been appointed Caltech's vice president for administration and chief financial officer.
06/10/2016 16:00:51
Jon Nalick
Brittany Percin has had an enviable freshman year, with remarkable performances as both a swimmer and a water polo player.
06/09/2016 10:38:42
Lori Dajose
The winner of this year's Library Friends' Senior Thesis Prize was announced on June 1.
06/09/2016 14:15:30
Lori Dajose
Senior Laura Shou has received a Graduate Study Scholarship to pursue a master's degree in Germany.
06/22/2016 11:09:47
Ben Tomlin
Will Peterson (BS '02) was offered the chance every lawyer dreams of, to argue before the Supreme Court, but the former software engineer had less than four months to prepare his case.
06/06/2016 12:13:39
Lori Oliwenstein
Caltech celebrated its 61st Annual Service & Impact Awards on June 2, 2016, honoring more than 300 staff members with service ranging from 10 to 50 years.
06/06/2016 08:18:19
Betzig received the award for his groundbreaking contributions to microscopy. He pioneered a method known as single-molecule microscopy, or “nanoscopy,” which allows cellular structures at the nanoscale to be observed using an optical microscope, for which he shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2014.
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