events, activities, and workshops
Monday, April 25
MFA Graduation Exhibition REDUX
Art Building (251 E. Tenth Street)
MFA graduation exhibition REDUX is on view April 25–May 15, with gallery hours M-F from 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. more»
Tuesday, April 26
DPE Tuesday Talk Series
11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
The Division of Politics & Economics invites you to this week's Tuesday Lunch Talk featuring Dr. John Ahlquist of UC San Diego. Lunch will be provided. more»
Wednesday, April 27
CGU Concerts at CST
CST - Kresge Chapel
FACULTY CONCERT: Works by Louis Couperin; featuring Robert Zappulla, harpsichord. more»
Thursday, April 28
Claremont Mormon Studies Student Association (CMSSA) Meetings
12 noon–1:00 p.m.
The Claremont Mormon Studies Student Association (CMSSA) is dedicated to providing an academic and social support structure for students, researchers, and professionals with an interest in the academic study of Mormonism. CMSSA is open to graduate and undergraduate students actively studying in the Claremont area. The association sponsors lunch-time discussions, informal seminars with visiting scholars, and conferences. Informally it advises students on how to pursue their degrees most efficiently. more»
Friday, April 29
No events scheduled
Saturday, April 30
No events scheduled
Sunday, May 1
No events scheduled
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May 9–14 • Final exams week
May 14 • 2016 Commencement
May 1 Deadline for the Gabr East-West Dialogue Fellowship—it’s not too late to apply. The East-West: The Art of Dialogue initiative organizes an annual exchange program, the Gabr Fellowship, for young emerging leaders from the East and the West to join forces to develop and implement projects addressing critical issues in their countries. For more information, you may contact Dr. Sallama Shaker, a trustee of the Gabr Foundation. Click HERE to apply.
Pitzer College 2016 Summer Session • May 16–June 24, open to all students currently enrolled in any accredited institution. more»
Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services offers support for a range of psychological issues in a confidential and safe environment. In addition, the following groups and workshops will be offered during Spring 2016:
- Strategies for Academic Success
- LGBTQIA Support Group
- Nourish Group
- Students of Color Support Group
- Women’s Group
- Support for Survivors
- Understanding Self and Others
For more information about the groups and workshops, please click here
Do you know someone interested in a CGU academic program? Invite them to attend an upcoming admissions event. See a full list here.
doctoral dissertation defenses
CGU policy requires that all dissertation defenses be announced to the campus community with a minimum of one week’s advanced notice. Defenses are a public event for our academic community and guests are welcome. Questions about a specific defense should be referred to the academic department.
April 25, 2016 – C. Travis Web, Candidate PhD Religion
“Otherworldly” Signs: Reimaging Nationalism, Power, and Authenticity
Dissertation Committee Chair: Vincent Wimbush
Location/Time: Treasurer’s Conference Room, 10:00 a.m.
April 25, 2016 – Carrie Kiel, Candidate PhD Botany
Unraveling Relationships Among the Justicioin Lineage & Pollinator Mediated Trait Evolution in New World Justicia
Dissertation Committee Chair: Lucinda McDade
Location/Time: RSABG, 3:00 p.m.
May 2, 2016 – Elena Harman, Candidate PhD Psychology
Incorporating Public Values into Evaluative Criteria: Using Crowdsourcing to Identify Criteria and Standards
Dissertation Committee Chair: Tarek Azzam
Location/Time: ACB 208, 10:00 a.m.
May 9, 2016 – Monique Matelski, Candidate PhD Psychology
Adaptive Appraisals: The Role of High Quality Supportive Interactions In Helping Students Cope with Adversity and Thrive in STEM
Dissertation Committee Chair: Allen Omoto
Location/Time: ACB 208, 9:00 a.m.
May 11, 2016 – Ashton Ellis, Candidate PhD Political Science
Measuring the Disability Rights Framing Effects on Public Opinion about Assisted Suicide: Elite Interviews and an Experimental Survey
Dissertation Committee Chair: Jean Schroedel
Location/Time: Balitzer Boardroom, 9:30 a.m.
May 12, 2016 – PinCHin Wang, Candidate PhD Religion
From Heaven to Earth: A Historic Study of the Development of Dr. Shoki Coe’s Contextualization Theology
Dissertation Committee Chair: Ann Taves
Location/Time: IAC Library, 2:00 p.m.
Monday–Thursday: 8:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Daily Lunch Specials are $8.25 (unless otherwise noted)
To see Hagelbarger's full menu, click here.
- Tufts Poetry Awards Panel Discussion view video
- Career Bites: Negotiating the Job Offer view video
- Atlantic Lecture Series: Anna Chave view video
- Some Americans & Some More curated by David Pagel view video
- Career Bites: Before, During, After Interviews view video
- Preparing to Teach view video
- Music Videos: View recitals, lectures, and performances by CGU students and faculty. view videos
- Check out CGU's #StudentsofCGU on Instagram.
cgu news & features
Keep up with news coverage about CGU at the CGU In the News section of the university's website.
- FELLOWSHIP: Annie Arcuri, a master’s student in the positive organizational psychology and evaluation programs, received a $5,000 fellowship. more»
- POLITICS: Jean Schroedel, a professor of politics, spoke in Veja about the impact single women will have on the US presidential election. more»
Annie Arcuri received a $5,000 fellowship through a fund established by Professor Michael Scriven to advance the practice and profession of evaluation.
- PHOTO GALLERY: CGU honors the winners of the 2016 Kingsley and Kate Tufts Poetry Award. more»
- MORMON STUDIES: CGU’s Mormon Studies conference, “Religious Freedom in the 21st Century,” brought together legal experts, scholars, and the faithful for meaningful explorations of faith and liberty. more»
Ross Gay (left), winner of the 2016 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, with his two uncles (in hats) and Danez Smith, winner of the 2016 Kate Tufts Discovery Award during a reception at the President’s House. (Photo by William Vasta)