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.
12/22/2015 08:28:30
Rod Pyle
Inspired by Bill Nye’s blend of science and entertainment, Sho Takatori approaches his teaching and lab work with enthusiastic dedication.
12/10/2015 15:02:01
Sonia Chernobieff
More than 900 students gathered at Chandler Hall on Tuesday night for the Dining Services quarterly Midnight Madness event—a late-night study break meant to provide students with some fun and much-needed sustenance during finals week.
12/07/2015 10:28:02
Lori Dajose
Bradley discusses mechanical engineering, Caltech water polo, and breaking the school record for goals scored.
11/24/2015 17:47:32
Lori Dajose
Senior Bianca Lepe, a bioengineering major from Granada Hills, California, has been named a Marshall Scholar.
12/01/2015 08:53:11
Kimm Fesenmaier
Junior Mary Boyajian spent her summer as a student in the SURF program working on a project that aims to devise a faster-acting insulin-replacement therapy for the treatment of diabetes.
11/17/2015 17:29:32
Dave Zobel
The Butkovich sisters—junior Slava, sophomore Nina, and freshman Lazarina—find their own nearly identical trajectories unsurprising.
11/05/2015 14:43:51
Dave Zobel
For the last three years, Caltech students and staff have been lending a hand at Pasadena City College, providing free tutoring and mentoring to some of the campus's nearly 800 student veterans.
11/05/2015 09:08:09
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
Chemotherapy injections are a painful but necessary part of many cancer treatment regimes. SURF student Teo Wilkening spent his summer developing a chemotherapy patch that could one day take pain out of the equation.
11/02/2015 11:12:45
Lori Dajose
Senior Aditya Bhagavathi talks about leadership and legacy as a cross-country and track runner, and plans for the future after Caltech.
11/23/2015 15:48:03
Lori Dajose
To support their peers in their growth as educators, a group of graduate students began the Caltech Project for Effective Teaching (CPET) in 2006. The program's mission is to help members of the Caltech community—including postdocs, undergraduates, professors, and graduate students—become more effective teachers and communicators.
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