05/10/2016 08:37:55
Cynthia Eller
On May 21, Caltech's music, theater arts, and studio arts programs collaborate for a first-of-its-kind Performing and Visual Arts (PVA) Showcase at Pasadena's Ambassador Auditorium.
03/05/2015 13:11:14
Wayne Lewis
The $50 million pledge provides unrestricted flexibility that is expressly aimed at empowering Caltech to adapt to the unknown.
Ron and Maxine Linde
03/04/2015 10:29:54
Ben Tomlin
Kip S. Thorne (BS '62), David D. Ho (BS '74), Quynh-Thu Xuan Le (BS '89), and Stanislav Smirnov (MS '95, PhD '96) are this year's recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award.
02/26/2015 11:35:48
Ben Tomlin
Seventy-five years after graduating, the former captain of the baseball team returns to campus for one more pitch.
02/23/2015 09:30:07
Lori Dajose
Five Caltech faculty members have been awarded the fellowships, honoring them as "early-career scientists whose achievements and potential identify them as rising stars, the next generation of scientific leaders."
02/11/2015 12:48:39
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
New Matter, a company founded by Caltech alum Steve Schell (BS ’01), is determined to make affordable, at-home 3-D printing a reality in the present.
02/06/2015 17:14:01
Lori Dajose
Four Caltech professors and two JPL scientists have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), an honor considered among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer.
01/23/2015 15:45:44
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
From creating programs to increase diversity in STEM fields to pioneering the most effective methods for both reading and teaching their students, Caltech alumni leaders are changing the higher education landscape from the inside out.
12/22/2014 09:31:32
Elizabeth Hamilton
Caltech alumnus Cesar Bocanegra (BS ’95) is the chief operating officer (COO) of DonorsChoose.org, a nonprofit that connects public school teachers with donors interested in supporting their unique classroom projects.
12/17/2014 17:40:04
Jessica Stoller-Conrad
Designed by two alums, the interactive SKIES app helps Caltech students and professors connect to take learning to the next level.
12/15/2014 09:46:33
Douglas Smith
Integrating optics and electronics into systems such as fiber-optic data links has revolutionized how we transmit information. A second revolution awaits as researchers seek to develop chips in which individual atoms control the movement of light within the chip through optical "wires," and photons could replace electrons as the vehicle for performing computations. Andrei Faraon (BS '04), an assistant professor of applied physics and materials science in the Division of Engineering and Applied Science, presents a preview of this revolution at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, December 17, in Caltech's Beckman Auditorium. Admission is free.
An optical bench in the Faraon lab.
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