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Fall Open House

Thinking about graduate school? Join us on Saturday, November 3 at Claremont Graduate University’s Fall Open House to learn how to find the right fit for your graduate studies. At our Fall Open House, you will:

  • Experience first-hand the research from our renowned faculty
  • Learn how to submit a successful graduate application
  • Join us for lunch and network with faculty, students and staff
  • Take a personalized campus tour

Open House attendees will receive an application fee waiver.

Open House Faculty Speakers

Jenny Darroch
Dr. Darroch is Dean of the Drucker School of Management and is widely recognized in the field of marketing for her work in the areas of knowledge management, brand management, innovation and entrepreneurship, and consumer behavior. She combines her research interests in macroeconomic policy, innovation systems, and human capital to examine how organizations and economies can be more innovative in a sustainable way.

Paul Zak
Dr. Zak is Professor of Economics, Psychology and Management at CGU, and is the founding director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies. His more than two decades of research have taken him from the Pentagon to Fortune 50 companies. He studies the neuroscience of human connection, human happiness, and effective teamwork.

Patrick Mason
Dr. Mason is the Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities and is widely known for his research in Religious Studies. His research focuses on American religious history, peace studies, global fundamentalism, and Mormon history and studies. Dr. Mason is a cited expert on NPR, KPPC, and the Los Angeles Times.

Paula Palmer
Dr. Palmer is an Associate Professor in CGU’s School of Community & Global Health and Director of CGU’s Global Health Programs. She studies the social and cultural determinants of health among ethnically diverse populations in the U.S. and abroad, focusing on tobacco control, mental health, disaster management, health of migrants and indigenous peoples, and maternal child health.