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Albrecht Auditorium | Stauffer Hall of Learning 925 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

The Maldonado Executive Leadership Institute (MELI) is committed to discovery, discussion, and dissemination of insights into the future of executive leadership. TEDx events are locally organized talks that embrace the mission of “ideas worth spreading.” We are pleased to announce that MELI will be hosting the first TEDx ClaremontGraduateUniversity on Thursday, March 23, 2023, from […]


CWR Productivity Saturday


Register in advance to attend the CWR Productivity Saturday to join students working towards coursework, qualifying exams, or thesis/dissertation milestones. Our CWR consultant-facilitated writing event is designed for students looking for an accountability group to drive them to get work done. This event offers guided work blocks, provides time for students to meet with writing […]


DPE Tuesday Talks – Prominent public mass shootings cause surges in Americans’ engagement with gun policy

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

A common explanation for the absence of stringent gun control laws in the United States is that incidents of acute gun violence, while generating strong emotional reactions, do not propel the American public into political action. Leveraging the as-good-as random timing of prominent public mass shootings within the past decade and a novel and immense […]

Dissertation Defense: Jamila Jemison, PhD SES

Stauffer 110 925 N. Dartmouth Ave., Claremont, CA

Dissertation Title: "College Aspirations, Preparation, and Enrollment of First-Generation College Students: The Role of College Counseling Support" Chair: Guan Saw

How to Judge a Book By Its Author: The Renaissance Invention of Literary Biography

SAH Library 831 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont

Abstract: How did the life stories of authors first attain such a prominent role in the interpretation of their texts? When did Anglo-European literary culture first assume a fundamental link between writers’ personalities and their words? Although conventional literary histories have identified a Romantic-era origin, the story in fact begins much earlier, in the work […]

Dissertation Defense: Devin Arias, DPH


Dissertation Title: "The Effects of Internalized Homonegativity, Outness and Depression on Sexual Risk Prevention Behaviors of Minority Men Who Have Sex with Men" Chair: Bin Xie

Dissertation Defense: Darius K Hines, PhD SES


Dissertation Title: "STEAM Organically or STEAM from Arts and STEM Collaboration: An Investigation to Determine which Method is the Better Means of Creating STEAM Projects and Programs" Chair: David Drew

Dissertation Defense: Tiffani J Smith, PhD Education

Burkle 14, Drucker School of Management 1021 N Dartmouth Ave., Claremont, CA

Dissertation Title: "Real Queens Fix Each Other's Crown: Addressing the Misseducation of the Blackgirl" Chair: Linda Perkins

Visiting Artist Linda Besemer

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

CGU's Art Department are proud to present Linda Besemer as our Visiting Artist Lecturer on April 5, 2023 at 4:30 in Burkle Building Room 12. Linda Besemer’s recent paintings of glitched screens mix analog and digital to interrupt the signals of the dominant media. Her prior work “Detachable Stroke”and the “Fold” series interrupt the process […]


CWR Dissertation Bootcamp


Current CGU students who are working on Master's theses, dissertation proposals, or students who are ABD are eligible to attend the weekend bootcamps. The bootcamp will take place on both Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am-3:00pm. Weekend dissertation boot camp develops writers' ability to set effective goals and to track their own writing processes. In addition […]


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