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Dissertation Defense: Janette Neumann PhD SES

Dissertation Title: Global Citizenship Education and Teacher Learning and change: Lessons Learned from within a Nascent Movement Chair: Sallama Shaker

Dissertation Defense: Joe Louis Hernandez SES/HESA

Claremont Graduate University 150 East 10th Street, Claremont, CA, United States

A Struggle So Beautiful The Rose that Rises from Concrete: Exploring transformative ruptures in higher education journeys of formerly incarcerated Latinx students through relationships with institutional agents. Chair: Dina C. Maramba

DPE Tuesday Talks: “‘I’m the one that’ll make you pay’: Towards a Theorization of Feminist Violence”

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

Feminist scholars and activists presuppose that violence and feminism stand in opposition. Arendtian perspectives, for example, take violence as an anti-political, instrumental practice that destroys the contingent character of plural action. Pacifists regard the use of violence as an expression of the hetero-patriarchal-racist-colonial imaginary. Vulnerability-centered perspectives, for their part, propose that violence is an expression […]

Dissertation Defense: Hafsa Aasi PhD CISAT

Dissertation Title: Extending the Geographic Information Systems Research Agenda by Studying the Spatial Dimension of the Complex Real-World Problem of Homelessness Chair: Brian Hilton

Kravis 2023 Information Session

Have a business idea? Then join us for our Kravis 2023 Information Session to learn more about how you can compete with the chance to win funding for your next business venture!

Stauffer Colloquium Series featuring David Yokum, “Behavioral Science in Public Policy”

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

Since 2002, the John Stauffer Charitable Trust has sponsored a series of informative talks on current research in applied psychology for students, faculty, and the general community. The Division of Behavioral & Organizational Science’s next Stauffer Colloquium for Cognitive Psychology will be a presentation by David Yokum, JD, PhD from Brown University entitled “Behavioral Science […]

Free

DPE Tuesday Talks: “Beliefs that Entertain”

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

A large fraction of people's time is spent in leisure but fairly little economic research has been devoted to this study. Dr. Joshua Tasoff presents a study that analyzes the role of beliefs on player engagement in a popular video game called "League of Legends". Using a data set of nearly 2.8 million matches representing […]

Authors @ Drucker: Amy Hart Clyne (Finding Her Voice and Creating a Legacy: Portraits of Pioneering Women Leading Wealthy Families)

Join us for the latest installment of Authors @ Drucker, an interview series featuring one author every month. In this series, you'll learn the stories of some of the most successful business-owning families in the world. We will cover topics like business succession, innovation, conflict management, and generational dynamics. In this session, Amy Hart Clyne […]

Free

Dissertation Defense: Laura Dannhaeuser , PhD DBOS

Zoom

Dissertation Title: A Two Paper Format Dissertation: Paper One: Dynamic Authenticity as a Leader. Paper Two: What It Takes to Be Generous and How It Relates to Life Satisfaction Chair: David Day

Kravis Concept Plan Workshop

Zoom

The Kravis Concept Plan Competition is an annual event that gives students and alumni of the Claremont Colleges the opportunity to pitch their business idea to a panel of experienced judges for a chance to win up to $10,000 in cash prizes and a shot at bringing their venture to life. To learn the best […]

CWR Write-In Studio

Zoom

Register in advance to participate in the CWR Write-In Studio hours. Students writing, reading, or studying in the coursework, qualifying exams, or thesis/dissertation phases are encouraged to join our CWR consultant-facilitated working hours designed for students looking for an accountability group. These sessions offer guided work blocks with a facilitated discussion about different aspects of […]

Free

DPE Tuesday Talks-Silver Tsunami: Aging Societies and Political Instability

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

Societies around the world are aging at an unprecedented rate. This work assesses the impacts of rapid demographic aging on economic growth and political instability. It argues that rapid demographic aging constitutes a novel and significant threat to political stability across rich and middle-income countries.

Free

School of Educational Studies Application Workshop

Online Webinar

Join your admissions representative, Chaise Jung, for an interactive virtual application workshop and receive an $80 application fee waiver code! You will have time to ask questions about Claremont Graduate University, discuss your program of interest, and learn tips on submitting a high-quality application.

CWR Dissertation Bootcamp

Zoom

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 […]

Free

CWR Dissertation Bootcamp

Zoom

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 […]

Free

CWR Write-In Studio

Zoom

Register in advance to participate in the CWR Write-In Studio hours. Students writing, reading, or studying in the coursework, qualifying exams, or thesis/dissertation phases are encouraged to join our CWR consultant-facilitated working hours designed for students looking for an accountability group. These sessions offer guided work blocks with a facilitated discussion about different aspects of […]

Free

Brown-bag lunch informational session about this summer’s dual campus course, Heritage, Culture, and Managing the Past in the Old World and the New (TNDY 405A).

Claremont Graduate University 150 East 10th Street, Claremont, CA, United States

Dear students, Want to study in England and LA this summer? Please come to a brown-bag lunch informational session about this summer's dual campus course, Heritage, Culture, and Managing the Past in the Old World and the New (TNDY 405A). New this year will be an with an optional add-on to continue on in Germany […]

Free

Authors @ Drucker: Tom McCullough

Zoom

Join us for the latest installment of Authors @ Drucker, an interview series featuring one author every month. In this series, you’ll learn the stories of some of the most successful business-owning families in the world. In this session, Tom McCullough will be discussing his book Wealth of Wisdom: Top Practices for Wealthy Families and […]

Free

DPE Tuesday Talks-Ideological Conflict and Delegation to the Executive Branch

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

Scholars of the American separation of powers have long posited that ideological conflict between Congress and the Executive Branch decreases congressional grants of discretion to federal agencies. However, previous scholarship relies exclusively on a very blunt measure of ideological conflict: divided government. The presence of divided government can only vary every two years, and changes […]

Black Racial Inequality in Psychological Research & Academia

Zoom

In honor of Black History Month, the Worker Wellbeing Lab's Amplifying Voices series is hosting an open lab on Black Racial Inequality in Psychological Research & Academia. Everyone is welcome to join! "I feel that if we don’t take seriously the ways in which racism is embedded in structures of institutions, if we assume that […]

Free

SCGH Student Association Public Health Talk

Zoom

Learn about the LYTE Foundation with Dr. Jessica Clague DeHart. Dr. DeHart is a molecular epidemiologist and assistant professor of community and global health at CGU. She recently launched the LYTE Foundation which stands for Living Your Truth Empowered. It is dedicated to empowering breast cancer survivors to illuminate their path forward. This event will […]

Free

DPE Tuesday Talks-Mass Party Advantage under Party-Centered Local Governance

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

Could the type of political institution used at the local level impact the balance of power in national politics? If so, how? This paper argues that mass parties are more successful in national-level elections when party-centered governance institutions, such as partisan elections, are used at the local level. Mass parties rely on members and branches […]

Guest Artist Series with Valentine Gelman – Leadership in the Arts: Leveraging your strengths and building skills beyond performing.

Art and Music Building 251 E. 10th St., Claremont, CA, United States

Opportunity to meet Ms. Valentine Gelman, Senior Vice President of Advancement at the Music Center, right here at Claremont Graduate University! Ms. Gelman will speak and give a presentation titled "Leadership in the Arts: Leveraging your strengths and building skills beyond performing” for CGU students, staff, and faculty. This event will be hosted by MUS270 […]

Free

DPE Tuesday Talks-Immersion: The Science of Extraordinary Experiences

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

Why would anyone run a 20 year research program? What can one possibly learn from this? This interactive talk describes the the science of extraordinary experiences and what I have learned from measuring the activity of 50,000 brains in a wide variety of experiences as reported in my new book "Immersion". Key take a ways […]

Worker Wellbeing International Women’s Day Celebration: Speaker Dr. Ivona Hideg

Zoom

In honor of International Women's Day, the Worker Wellbeing Lab is holding an open lab event. We are honored that Dr. Ivona Hideg will join to talk about Benevolent Sexism and the Gender Gap in Startup Evaluation. Everyone is welcome to join! Zoom link here: https://cgu.zoom.us/j/81516871056 Dr. Ivona Hideg Benevolent Sexism and the Gender Gap […]

Free

Atlantic Artist Lecturer Nicole Eiesenman

Zoom

Nicole Eisenman lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She is a MacArthur Foundation Fellow and was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 2018. Her work was included in the 2019 Venice Biennale, 2019 Whitney Biennial, and 2017 Skulptur Projekte Münster in Münster, Germany. Having established herself as a painter, Nicole […]

Free

CWR Dissertation Bootcamp

Zoom

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 […]

Free

CWR Dissertation Bootcamp

Zoom

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 […]

Free

QRC – Virtual Writing Retreat for Queer and Trans Graduate students

Virtual

Are you an LGBTQ Graduate Student at CGU or KGI? Join the QRC and be in community for a QT Grads Virtual Writing Retreat! Feel free to attend and pop in/out as possible. The retreat will take place on zoom from 9:00am-12:00pm Pacific time on Saturday, March 18. This event is co-sponsored by KGI and […]

Dissertation Defense: Rebecca H Williams, PhD Musicology

Art Building | Space 126 251 E. 10th Street, Claremont, CA, United States

Dissteration Title: "Piano Instruction: Reframing the Master Apprentice Model Through the Integration of Dialogic Processes" Chair: Robert Zappulla

DPE Tuesday Talks-Lincoln Land Fellowship Presentation

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

In this project, I examine the causal effects of local land use regulation—in particular allowable density of residential development—on key outcomes including housing development, transaction volume, and land values. The key problem researchers in this field face is the endogeneity of zoning and other land use regulations; if greater density is allowed in areas close […]

Dissertation Defense: Maria H Keckler, PhD Education

Burkle 16

Dissertation Title: "Empathy Unfolding: A Complexity Neuroeducation Framework for Tracing the Impact of Immersive Storytelling and Transformational Learning on Nursing Education" Chair: Cristina Alfaro

TEDxClaremontGraduateUniversity

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

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 […]

Free

CWR Productivity Saturday

Zoom

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 […]

Free

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: Jamilla Jamison, PhD SES

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

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, United States

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

Zoom

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

Zoom

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: Terry Sivers PhD Education JDP

Online

Dissertation Title: "#JuccoStruggle: A Critical Examination into the Lived Experiences of Black Male Community College Athletes" Dissertation Scheduled at SDSU and on Zoom: https://sdsu.zoom.us/j/86426587438?pwd=eUVKelY4TTVBcTcrVHk0cUMvZGpXdz09

Dissertation Defense: Tiffani J Smith, PhD Education

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

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

Decoding the Past – Getting AI Right: the Balance Between Innovation and Social Responsibility

Zoom

The Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum is proud to announce Valérie Morignat as the next guest in our popular speaker series Decoding the Past: Conversations with PC Innovators. Join CGU alum Dr. Barbara Usher and AI governance expert and professor of Responsible AI Strategy Dr. Valérie Morignat as they explore the benefits and challenges of […]

Free

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 […]

Free

CWR Dissertation Bootcamp

Zoom

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 […]

Free

Faculty Concert: Jenny Soonjin Kim (piano) & Robert Zappulla (harpsichord)

Harvey Mudd College, Drinkward Recital Hall 320 E. Foothill Blvd, Claremont, CA, United States

Join the CGU Music Department, in conjunction with Harvey Mudd College, at Drinkward Recital Hall for a joint concert featuring Dr. Jenny Soonjin Kim and Dr. Robert Zappulla. Jenny Soonjin Kim will perform the music of Beethoven on piano and Robert Zappulla will perform the music of Couperin on harpsichord. Livestream the concert here: https://cgu.zoom.us/j/85886754552

Visiting Artist Greg Ito

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

Please join CGU MFA Department in welcoming our final Visiting Artist Lecturer of the Spring semester. We are proud to present artist Greg Ito from Los Angeles. His recent painting and installation work surreally reimagines a home as a way of connecting his family to that of his ancesters who had been forced to move […]

Free

Visiting Artist Greg Ito

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

Please join CGU MFA Department in welcoming our final Visiting Artist Lecturer of the Spring semester. We are proud to present artist Greg Ito from Los Angeles. His recent painting and installation work surreally reimagines a home as a way of connecting his family to that of his ancesters who had been forced to move […]

Free

Visiting Artist Greg Ito

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

Please join CGU MFA Department in welcoming our final Visiting Artist Lecturer of the Spring semester. We are proud to present artist Greg Ito from Los Angeles. His recent painting and installation work surreally reimagines a home as a way of connecting his family to that of his ancesters who had been forced to move […]

Free

Kravis Concept Plan Competition

Burkle 16

At this live competition, aspiring entrepreneurs will pitch their business idea to a panel of experienced judges for the chance to win up to $10K. All members of the CGU community are welcome to join us in cheering on the competitors. Food will be provided at the Lunch & Learn before the competition and refreshments […]

Free
Event Series CWR LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat

CWR LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat

CGU Center for Writing and Rhetoric House 141 E. 12th St., Claremont, CA, United States

The LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat will offer queer and trans students the chance to build community with one another and attend a mid-day mini workshop. This retreat aims to empower queer and trans students’ knowledge and expertise while remaining productive and accountable. Participants have the option to meet with a Writing Consultant one-on-one for a consultation, […]

CWR LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat

CGU Center for Writing and Rhetoric House 141 E. 12th St., Claremont, CA, United States

The LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat will offer queer and trans students the chance to build community with one another and attend a mid-day mini workshop. This retreat aims to empower queer and trans students’ knowledge and expertise while remaining productive and accountable. Participants have the option to meet with a Writing Consultant one-on-one for a consultation, […]

Event Series CWR LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat

CWR LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat

CGU Center for Writing and Rhetoric House 141 E. 12th St., Claremont, CA, United States

The LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat will offer queer and trans students the chance to build community with one another and attend a mid-day mini workshop. This retreat aims to empower queer and trans students’ knowledge and expertise while remaining productive and accountable. Participants have the option to meet with a Writing Consultant one-on-one for a consultation, […]

Student Recital: Xinying Chi (clarinet) & Xinyue Lu (flute)

Art and Music Building 251 E. 10th St., Claremont, CA, United States

CGU Music Student joint recital featuring the music of Danzi, Doppler, and Saint-Saëns. Livestream the recital here: https://cgu.zoom.us/j/87669884247

Free

Authors @ Drucker: Trudy Cathy White

Zoom

Authors @ Drucker is an interview series featuring one author every month. In this series, you’ll learn the stories of some of the most successful business-owning families in the world. We will cover topics like business succession, innovation, conflict management, and generational dynamics. In this session, Trudy Cathy White will be discussing her book A Quiet Strength: […]

Free

Reception Celebrating CGU 2023 Graduates and Alumni

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2023 Join us in a celebration of YOU! The CGU Alumni Association is hosting a reception in honor of all our 2023 graduating students. Meet your fellow graduates across all of the schools comprising CGU and connect with CGU alumni who also will be in attendance. Join us for an evening of […]

Free

2023 Native Graduation

Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College 120 W. Bonita Ave., Claremont, CA, United States

Please join Pomona College Office of Native American Initiatives in honoring the Claremont Colleges Native American and Indigenous graduates of 2023.

Free

CWR Productivity Saturday

CGU Center for Writing and Rhetoric House 141 E. 12th St., Claremont, CA, United States

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 […]

April kin*dle: Yoga with Indy

Yoga with Indy: Grounding and Centering Pets Yoga aims to combine the relaxation virtues of yoga and play / cuddling times with pets! During our session, we alternatively mix very gentle yoga with no balancing positions and cuddle times with our furry Corgi guest Indy. Indy is a 3-year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi who is […]

CWR Write-In Studio

CGU Center for Writing and Rhetoric House 141 E. 12th St., Claremont, CA, United States

Register in advance to participate in the CWR Write-In Studio hours. Students writing, reading, or studying in the coursework, qualifying exams, or thesis/dissertation phases are encouraged to join our CWR consultant-facilitated working hours designed for students looking for an accountability group. These sessions offer guided work blocks with a facilitated discussion about different aspects of […]

CWR End of Semester Outdoor Productivity Event at the Botanical Gardens

California Botanic Garden 1500 North College Avenue, Claremont, United States

Join us at the California Botanic Garden for our Outdoor Writing Workshop, and read or write amidst natural surroundings to inspire our work. This workshop will take place on Saturday, April 29th from 10am-3pm. Please meet us at the front of the botanic gardens near the information booth 10 minutes prior to the workshop, as […]

Dissertation Defense: Amay Singh, DrPH

Zoom

Dissertation Title: "Lessons from Leading During a Pandemic: An Exploratory Study of Public Health Leadership Insights on Training, Preparation, and Experiences from the Field During COVID-19" Chair: Paula Palmer

Guest Lecture With Pam Phornprapha Chirathivat of Siam Motors – Executive Management: A Female Leader’s Perspective From The Thai Automotive & Fashion Industries

Zoom

You Are Invited To a Virtual Lecture by Pam Phornprapha Chirathivat of the Siam Motors Group on Mon., May 22, 2023 at 5:00PM PACIFIC. Ms. Phornprapha Chirathivat’s talk is entitled: Executive Management: A Female Leader’s Perspective From The Thai Automotive & Fashion Industries WHEN: Monday, May 22, 2023, 5:00PM PACIFIC This Lecture Will Be Held […]

Dissertation Defense: Samantha Martinez, DrPH

Zoom

Dissertation Title: "Understanding the Relationship Between Undergraduate Students' On-campus Employment Status and their Reported Sense of Belonging to the Campus Community Post the COVID-19 Pandemic" Chair: Jessica DeHart

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