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Dissertation Defense: Cindy Delgado

Online

"Transdisciplinary Evaluation of Telehealth Experiences of Diabetic Participants and their Coaches in ‘Stopping Diabetes in its Tracks’ (SDIT) a Descriptive Mixed-Methods Customer Experience Map Journey" Chair: Andy Johnson

Dissertation Defense: Amanda Mitry

Online

"The Use of an Applied Systems Engineering Approach and Social Network Analysis for a Transdisciplinary Diabetes Prevention Project" Chair: Andy Johnson

Dissertation Defense: Gaole Song

"Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Diabetes-Related Healthcare Service Use in the United States, 2016-2020" Chair: Bin Xie

Dissertation Defense: Marisa Hicks-Alcaraz

Online

"Nourishing Trans-Boundary Connections in Community-Academic Archival Partnerships: A Relational Politics and Practice to Archiving in the Digital Era" Chair: Eve Oishi

Dissertation Defense: Yizhao Jiang

Online

"The Influence of Payment Method: Do Consumers Pay More with Mobile Payment?" Chair: Claudia Monica Capra Seoane

Dissertation Defense: Ami Bhatt

Online

"Tele-Mental Health, Timely Access to Care, and Appointment Adherence at LA County's Department of Mental Health" Chair: Deborah Freund

Dissertation Defense: Yubo Fu

Online

"Towards Achieving Human Flourishing -- An mHealth Application and Machine Learning Approach" Chair: Samir Chatterjee

Dissertation Defense: Sawsan Altammar

Online

"Physicians’ Resistance to EHR Post Successful Organizational Adoption: Dual Factors Investigative Study" Chair: Wallace Chipidza

Dissertation Defense: Heather Codd

Online

"Evaluation from Both Sides Now: Towards an Epistemology of Evaluation Practice" Chair: Michelle Bligh

Dissertation Defense: Alanna Dantona

Online

"Fostering Verbal and Play Interactions in Heritage Language: A Naturalistic Intervention Mediated by Siblings" Chair: Marjorie Charlop

Dissertation Defense: Marisa Hicks-Alcaraz

Online

"Regenerating Academic-Community Archival Relations in the Neoliberal Era: Reflections on Becoming a Transboundary 'World -Traveller'" Chair: Eve Oishi

Cognitive Forum Speaker Series

Academic Computing Building 214 130 E 9th St., Claremont, CA

The Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences is proud to announce this semester’s Cognitive Forum speaker series. Formerly the Cognitive Lunch Brown Bag series, these meetings began in 1970 when cognitive psychology faculty members began congregating over lunch to discuss research. Now entering its fifth decade, the series has grown into a long-standing tradition featuring […]

ISP Workshop 1: Reading and Note-taking Strategies

This workshop will enable participants to engage in close reading and learn about several note-taking strategies. It will cover how to take notes during class lectures, while reading, and while working in a second language. It will also help participants hone in on what style of note-taking works best for them.

Free

DPE Tuesday Talk – Effects of Police Force Size and California Criminal Justice Reforms on Crime Rates

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

Dr. Stephen Marks presents a study that uses annual data on 248 U.S. cities over 2000-19 to examine the effects of police force size and three California criminal justice reforms on crime. Based on generalized method of moments estimation for dynamic panels, he finds almost all positive, and in some cases statistically significant permanent and/or […]

Cognitive Forum Speaker Series featuring Dani Green

Academic Computing Building 214 130 E 9th St., Claremont, CA

The Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences is proud to announce this semester’s Cognitive Forum speaker series. Formerly the Cognitive Lunch Brown Bag series, these meetings began in 1970 when cognitive psychology faculty members began congregating over lunch to discuss research. Now entering its fifth decade, the series has grown into a long-standing tradition featuring […]

DPE Tuesday Talk: “Does Studying Ethics Make People More Ethical?”

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

Does philosophical reasoning influence real-world moral behavior? Empirical data on the moral behavior of ethics professors suggests maybe not. Dr. Eric Schwitzgebel presents some new data on the influence of philosophical instruction and argument on meat eating and on charitable giving which suggests that under some conditions, philosophical argumentation might have a real-world influence. Dr. […]

CATI Lab Virtual Information Session

Interested in joining a campus lab? Curious about pursuing a career in consulting? Join the Claremont Accenture Talent Innovation Lab (CATI) to learn how you can gain meaningful real-world consulting experience while leveraging your time as a student at CGU. This one-hour session will walk you through who we are, what we do, and how […]

ISP Workshop 2: American Academic Culture

This workshop will introduce participants to aspects of American academic culture and professional graduate school culture. It will cover how to engage in American academic culture – such as communicating with professors, contributing in class, and collaborating during group work – and address elements of American academic culture that might seem strange when encountered for […]

Free

DPE Tuesday Talk: “Demanding the Last Mile: Foreign Aid and Political Participation in Pakistan”

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

Foreign aid is an external resource that should fill political and economic gaps in developing democracies; this is the underlying logic of millions of dollars committed to build democracy in the developing world. Yet, there is reason to believe that foreign aid can provide a cover for recipient country elites to engage in poor policies […]

Visiting Artist Lecturer Dakarai Akil

Harper Hall, Board of Trustees Room 150 E 10th Street, Claremont, CA

CGU's MFA Program is pleased to present Dakarai Akil as part of the ongoing Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Please join us in the Harper Hall Board of Trustees room on Wednesday, September 28th at 4:30pm for an artist talk and Q&A session with artist Dakarai Akil, where he will give insight into his practice. ABOUT […]

Free

Cognitive Forum Speaker Series featuring Ryan Burnell

Academic Computing Building 214 130 E 9th St., Claremont, CA

The Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences is proud to announce this semester’s Cognitive Forum speaker series. Formerly the Cognitive Lunch Brown Bag series, these meetings began in 1970 when cognitive psychology faculty members began congregating over lunch to discuss research. Now entering its fifth decade, the series has grown into a long-standing tradition featuring […]

DPE Tuesday Talks: “Going Beyond Census-Measured Racial and Ethnic Minorities: Minority Faith and Environmental Justice”

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

Since the 1980s, significant research evidence has shown that racial and ethnic minorities in the US suffer disproportionately from environmental pollutants and environmentally undesirable facilities. Yet, the history of the US and the world shows that racial and ethnic minorities are not the only minority groups who are discriminated against. Dr. Heather Campbell presents a […]

PFF Webinar: The Basics of Diversity Statements

Friday, October 7, 12:00pm-1:00pm PST Host: Holly Allen, PFF Fellow and Career & Professional Development (CPD) What makes an educator inclusive? How does a college looking to hire a professor or lecturer know if an applicant is inclusive or not? An educator is not truly welcoming and inclusive if they do not value diversity. Most […]

Free

Humanities Degrees in Surprising Places: How a deep understanding of its culture helped a company enter the Fortune 500

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

In a special hybrid event co-sponsored by Drucker School of Management, we invite former Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Ross Grossman, PhD. Dr. Grossman will engage in conversation with Joshua Goode (Chair in Cultural Studies) and Bernie Jaworski (Peter F. Drucker Chair in Management and the Liberal Arts) about […]

ISP Workshop 3: Academic Integrity: Plagiarism, Citing Sources, & Paraphrasing

What is academic integrity, exactly? This workshop will help participants define academic dishonesty, identify instances of academic dishonesty and plagiarism – both intentional and non-intentional – and provide resources and support to ensure students avoid common pitfalls of academic dishonesty while completing academic work.

Free

DPE Tuesday Talks: “Revisit Power Transition Theory and Relative War Cycle Theory, and their respective or combined application on the Sino-America relations”

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

Power Transition Theory emphasizes the danger of war between two major powers when power parity is achieved between them. In contrast, Relative War Cycle Theory emphasizes the concept of “critical points” in assessing the danger of a war between major powers. Dr. Simon Tang examines the possible combination of Power Transition Theory and Relative War […]

Fourth Saturdays (On Wednesday): Poetry at the Claremont Library (feat. Divya Victor)

Claremont Helen Renwick Library 208 N Harvard Ave, Claremont, CA

Join in a night of poetry with 2022 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner Divya Victor at the Claremont Library. October 12 | 6:00 pm Claremont Helen Renwick Library 208 N Harvard Ave Claremont, CA 91711 This event is FREE and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase. Be prepared to follow local […]

Managing Your Digital Scholarship

The Claremont Colleges Library

Join the Office of Student Engagement in collaboration with The Claremont Colleges Librarians, Jennifer Beamer and Jeanine Finn. During this hybrid workshop, you will be introduced to digital scholarship and information on your digital footprint along with ways in which you can alter and manage your scholarly identity online. The librarians will also provide information […]

Cognitive Forum Speaker Series featuring Katherine White

Pomona College 333 N College Way, Claremont, CA

The Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences is proud to announce this semester’s Cognitive Forum speaker series. Formerly the Cognitive Lunch Brown Bag series, these meetings began in 1970 when cognitive psychology faculty members began congregating over lunch to discuss research. Now entering its fifth decade, the series has grown into a long-standing tradition featuring […]

20th Anniversary Pat Reif Memorial Lecture feat. Dr. Shannen Dee Williams

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

Join us for a hybrid talk featuring Dr. Shannen Dee Williams for the 20th Anniversary Pait Reif Memorial Lecture. For most people, Whoopi Goldberg's performance as Sister Mary Clarence in Sister Act is the dominant interpretation of an African American nun and the desegregation of white Catholic sisterhood in the United States. In this talk, […]

DPE Tuesday Talks: “Democracy, Economic Development, and Health Inequalities: Regime Type and Premature Mortality by Sex”

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

Premature mortality is important to politics because it reduces the number of years that individuals could have invested in political activities, determining who governments represent and to whom are they accountable. The standard deviation of the age-at-death distribution is a standardized measure of variation in premature mortality that captures differential access to healthcare and risk […]

DPE Lunch & Learn with Dr. Javier Rodriguez

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

Join the Office of Student Engagement and the Division of Politics and Economics for a lunch and learn with Associate Professor of Politics & Government, Dr. Javier Rodriguez. Students will have an opportunity to learn more about Dr. Rodriguez's involvement with the Inequality and Policy Research Center here at CGU, as well as his research […]

Authors @ Drucker: Mircea Raianu (Tata: The Global Corporation That Built Indian Capitalism)

Mark your calendars for the second session 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, Mircea Raianu […]

Free

DPE Tuesday Talks: “Revealed Incomplete Preference”

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

Dr. Kirby Nielsen presents a study that elicits incomplete preferences over monetary gambles with subjective uncertainty. Subjects rank gambles, and these rankings are used to estimate preferences; payments are based on estimated preferences. About 40% of subjects express incompleteness, but they do so infrequently. Incompleteness is similar for individuals with precise and imprecise beliefs, and […]

Cognitive Forum Speaker Series featuring Stacia Stolzenberg

Academic Computing Building 214 130 E 9th St., Claremont, CA

The Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences is proud to announce this semester’s Cognitive Forum speaker series. Formerly the Cognitive Lunch Brown Bag series, these meetings began in 1970 when cognitive psychology faculty members began congregating over lunch to discuss research. Now entering its fifth decade, the series has grown into a long-standing tradition featuring […]

DPE Tuesday Talks: “The ‘Right’ Migrants: Explaining Immigrant  Support for Far-Right Nativist Parties”

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

Far-right nativist parties in Europe are staunchly anti-immigrant, yet despite still receive considerable support from voters with immigration backgrounds. Dr. Alarian’s talk address this puzzle, arguing that FRN parties disaggregating immigration by origin--- as opposed to general opposition--- can provide immigrants the ability to view themselves as the `right' immigrant. Together with co-author, James Fahey […]

Dissertation Defense: Han Hao PhD Psychology

Online

Dissertation Title: "Bridging Psychometric and Cognitive Models of (General) Intelligence: An Investigation Based on Process Overlap Theory"

PFF Webinar- Starting Your Course from the Ground Up

Host: Noah Ringler, PFF Fellow You have been provided with a brief course description and nothing else: now what? This webinar intends to answer that question by providing attendees with a step-by-step guide on how to build a course from the ground up. In this webinar, we will discuss creating effective learning outcomes, selecting assessment […]

Free

DPE Tuesday Talks: “Effective State-Level Policies to Strengthen The Prenatal-To-3 Period”

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

The prenatal to age 3 period is the most sensitive and rapid period of development. Children who experience safe, nurturing, and loving environments are placed on trajectories toward optimal growth and learning, yet many families face substantial challenges during these years. Grounded in the science of the developing child and based on comprehensive reviews of […]

Interview | Strategies to Articulate Your Accomplishments Workshop

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

Strategize with CPD! Gain perspective on how to answer frequently asked interview questions, how to talk about your personal expertise and how to be a competitive candidate. Wednesday, November 9th | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (PT) Hybrid | Burkle 14

Free

Dissertation Defense: Roshni Devi Lal PhD Education

Online

Dissertation Title: "The Role of Identity for the Practitioner and the Student: Culturally Inclusive Career Services for Pacific Islander Students in Higher Education"

Mormonism and Ecotheology: Promises and Challenges

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

Guest speaker: George Handley This lecture will provide an overview of the most significant principles and teachings in Mormonism regarding environmental stewardship as they stand in dialogue with contemporary trends in ecotheology, and it will provide analysis of some of the challenges Mormonism faces in achieving its potential as an active force for change in […]

DPE Tuesday Talks: “Evaluating Post-Incarceration Rehabilitation Services in California “

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

Reducing California's staggering recidivism rates has persisted as the most prioritized yet challenging goal faced by the California Criminal Justice System (CCJS). As two-thirds of individuals released from prison re-offend within two years of release, finding feasible solutions to deter re-offense is of great importance. A recent program geared to mitigate rising recidivism rates in […]

DPE Tuesday Talks: “Evaluating Post-Incarceration Rehabilitation Services in California”

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

Reducing California's staggering recidivism rates has persisted as the most prioritized yet challenging goal faced by the California Criminal Justice System (CCJS). As two-thirds of individuals released from prison re-offend within two years of release, finding feasible solutions to deter re-offense is of great importance. A recent program geared to mitigate rising recidivism rates in […]

Visiting Artist Lecture: Joel Kyack

Harper Hall, Board of Trustees Room 150 E 10th Street, Claremont, CA

Please join us for a lecture by artist Joel Kyack followed by a reception in the Board of Trustees Boardroom. -- Joel Kyack (b.1972, Pennsylvania, USA) received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1995, studied at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2004, and received his MFA from the University […]

Authors @ Drucker: Jim Grubman (Strangers in Paradise: How Families Adapt to Wealth Across Generations)

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, Jim Grubman will be discussing his book Strangers in […]

Free

Dissertation Defense: Vinh Tran PhD SES

Dissertation: Constitutionally Confederated: Developing Interstate Policy Diffusion Frameworks for K-12 STEM Education Chair: David Drew

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

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

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

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

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

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