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Poetry Reading & Art Show

Peggy Phelps Art Gallery 251 E. 10th Street, Claremont, CA

Presented by the Kingsley & Kate Tufts Poetry Awards, CGU Art, and Foothill Poetry Journal. This event celebrates the publication of the 12th volume of Foothill Poetry Journal and features readings from 2022 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner Divya Victor, Foothill contributors, and work from CGU art student Michelle Emami, who will be featured in […]

CWR Students of Color Writing Retreat

The goal of the CGU Center for Writing & Rhetoric's Students of Color Writing Retreat is to assist in the development of sustainable writing habits by providing a dedicated time for CGU students to focus on writing and productivity while building a community of scholars and writers. The event provides a safe and supportive community […]

EmPOWER Center Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault

10-week group for 7C students of all gender identities who have experienced sexual assault, recently or long ago. Survivors explore their feelings & receive support while working through the healing process in a confidential space. Group facilitated by a Project Sister therapist. Mondays, 5-6:30pm, starting 9/19 @EmPOWER Center (1030 Dartmouth Ave.). If interested in joining, […]

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 […]

Ask Me Pop-up

Descombes Quad, Claremont Graduate University 150 E. 10th Street, Claremont, CA

The Office of Student Engagement hosts monthly pop-ups to engage with students and build community. During these virtual drop-ins we partner with resources, campus and consortium wide, and share information regarding upcoming events, workshops, programs and much more.

PFF Webinar- Research Management Software Part 1: How to Use Zotero

Host: Shelby Lamar, PFF Associate Director Co-Host: Jonathan Aragon, PFF Fellow Reference management software is a scholar’s best friend! This workshop gives you tools to thrive during graduate school by showing how the free reference management software Zotero can save time and prevent citation frustrations. Organizing all your sources, reading notes, and entering citations manually […]

Free

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 […]

Ignite The Light

Descombes Quad, Claremont Graduate University 150 E. 10th Street, Claremont, CA

Attend the Ignite the Light event to engage with the campus community. This event will take place in person on October 19 from 5:00-8:00 pm PT at the DesCombes Quad. This event will have music, cupcakes, and an opportunity to come together. We look forward to reigniting the light at CGU and kicking off the […]

Free

ISP Conversation Group 3: Art, Fashion, and Literature

These conversation groups will place participants in pairs, small groups, and large groups to improve English fluency in various situations. This week’s topic is Art, Fashion, and Literature. Join us to share your thoughts about art, creativity, your sense of fashion, and differences in fashion around the world!

Free

Conversation Groups (ISP & SLDL)

SLDL House 131 E. 10th Street, Claremont

These conversation groups will place participants in pairs, small groups, and large groups to improve English fluency in various situations. This week’s topic is Art, Fashion, and Literature. Join us to share your thoughts about art, creativity, your sense of fashion, and differences in fashion around the world!

EmPOWER Center Presents a Restorative Yoga Workshop Series

EmPOWER presents a Restorative Yoga workshop series in collaboration with Claremont Yoga. Alternate Thursdays, 4-5pm: Oct. 6 & 20; Nov. 3 & 17. First session at the Benton Museum of Art on the Pomona College campus. Remaining sessions at the Richardson Garden, Seaver House at Pomona College. 7C students, staff, and faculty of all backgrounds, […]

Humanities Forum Open House

Founders Room, Honnold Library 800 N. Dartmouth Ave., Claremont, CA

SAH Humanities Forum Open House hosted by the Claremont Colleges Library Learn about the Library and its services for Arts and Humanities students. - Meet your librarians - Take a tour of the building - Visit Special Collections and see selected rare books and manuscripts Come enjoy refreshments and participate in a raffle for a […]

International Graduate Student Dinner

SLDL House 131 E. 10th Street, Claremont

Save the Date - CGU international students are invited to dinner in the Claremont Village with KGI international graduate students.

SPARK: The Secret to Slaying Your Goals

Welcome all doctoral students, as you continue your doctoral journey, join us for a session where you will continue to make progress in your daily writing. During our first session of the fall semester, we will discuss how to create a weekly plan to Slay Your Goals. During this session we will introduce tools to […]

Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Dating/Domestic Violence

This 9-week virtual group is for 7C students who have experienced dating or domestic violence, whether recently or long ago. The group will provide survivors with a confidential space to receive support while they explore their feelings and work through the healing process. This EmPOWER Center group is facilitated by Eimy Estrada, a therapist with […]

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 […]

EmPOWER Center Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault

10-week group for 7C students of all gender identities who have experienced sexual assault, recently or long ago. Survivors explore their feelings & receive support while working through the healing process in a confidential space. Group facilitated by a Project Sister therapist. Mondays, 5-6:30pm, starting 9/19 @EmPOWER Center (1030 Dartmouth Ave.). If interested in joining, […]

ISP Workshop 4: Preparing for and Contributing to Class Discussions

How do I contribute to class discussion? This workshop will enable participants to thoughtfully prepare for and engage in class discussions in order to further their academic development. It will cover how to practice active listening, respond thoughtfully, and combat the anxiety associated with public speaking.

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 […]

PFF Webinar- Research Management Software Part 2: How to Organize Your Research and Notes with Zotero

Host: Shelby Lamar, PFF Associate Director Co-Host: Jonathan Aragon, PFF Fellow Reference management software is a scholar’s best friend! This workshop gives you tools to thrive during graduate school by showing how the free reference management software Zotero can save time and prevent citation frustrations. Organizing all your sources, reading notes, and entering citations manually […]

Free

Decoding the Past: Gaming Greats

Online

The Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum, in partnership with CGU Center for Information Systems & Technology and CGU School of Arts and Humanities, invites you to Decoding the Past: Conversations with PC Innovators, an ongoing conversation series with key players in the personal computer revolution. This session, Gaming Greats, is an opportunity to join a […]

Free

Scary Movie Night

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

It's spooky season everyone! Join SLDL for a screening of ALIEN and enjoy snacks with friends. Decompress from midterms and get into the spirit of the season. See you then.

FYE: How to Read, Analyze, and Conduct Successful Research as a Doctoral Scholar

In this session, Dr. Emilie Reagan will provide helpful guidance to first year doctoral students wanting to better understand elements of successful research. Dr. Reagan will cover foundational tools and skills doctoral students should develop early on that will allow them to better engage with and understand research within the field, and ultimately conduct their […]

Fall Town Hall

We invite you to attend the upcoming Graduate Student Council Fall 2022 Town Hall with CGU’s Executive Leadership Team on Thursday, October 27th at 12pm PT. The GSC Town Hall provides students with the opportunity to engage and hear directly from a panel of members from the Executive Team.

CWR Write-In Studio

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

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 […]

CATI Lab Pumpkin Smash

The CATI Lab invites students to get into the Halloween spirit and relieve some mid-semester stress by smashing pumpkins with a giant mallet! Socialize with fellow students and enjoy a selection of light snacks and beverages. The festivities will take place on the corner of Drucker Way and Dartmouth in the lot just north of […]

Free

CWR Anti-Discrimination Committee Workshop: Diversifying Resources

IAC Library 831 N Dartmouth Ave, Claremont, CA

What is knowledge? On the surface, this question seems to beg a universal answer, but the politics of knowledge production are far from neutral. A Western philosophical paradigm has primarily shaped how we perceive knowledge and characterize those who can claim knowledge on a particular academic subject. The following workshop on Diversifying Resources attempts to […]

Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Dating/Domestic Violence

This 9-week virtual group is for 7C students who have experienced dating or domestic violence, whether recently or long ago. The group will provide survivors with a confidential space to receive support while they explore their feelings and work through the healing process. This EmPOWER Center group is facilitated by Eimy Estrada, a therapist with […]

EmPOWER Center Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault

10-week group for 7C students of all gender identities who have experienced sexual assault, recently or long ago. Survivors explore their feelings & receive support while working through the healing process in a confidential space. Group facilitated by a Project Sister therapist. Mondays, 5-6:30pm, starting 9/19 @EmPOWER Center (1030 Dartmouth Ave.). If interested in joining, […]

Ask Me Pop-up

Descombes Quad, Claremont Graduate University 150 E. 10th Street, Claremont, CA

We are excited to kick off spring advising with a pop-up booth. Stop by our on campus pop-up in DesCombes Quad to grab a snack and a drink and connect with your Student Engagement Team. Learn more about campus resources, upcoming events, and prepare for spring 2023 academic advising.

Dia de los Muertos – Calaveras / Crafts / Food

SLDL House 131 E. 10th Street, Claremont

Stop by the SLDL House for some crafting, community, and treats in honor of Dia de los Muertos. Bring your creativity and stay for the company. Students are welcome to contribute a photo or memento to the ofrenda.

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 […]

SES Faculty Meet and Greet with Dr. Jennifer Alanis

Learning key theories and models as a graduate scholar is integral to understanding your particular field. However, it is important to find ways to integrate those theories and models into practice. Join this meet and greet to learn more about Program Director for the Student Affairs and Educational Justice MA in Education program and practitioner, […]

ISP Conversation Group 4: Holidays from Around the World

These conversation groups will place participants in pairs, small groups, and large groups to improve English fluency in various situations. This week’s topic is Holidays from Around the World. Join us to share your home country’s holidays while also learning about other cultures from around the world!

Free

Digital Branding: How to Build Your CGU Scholar Website

Join the Office of Student Engagement and Marcom in this interactive virtual workshop where we will walk you through the process of creating and building your CGU student website, which can be used to promote your scholarly work and achievements.

EmPOWER Center Presents a Restorative Yoga Workshop Series

EmPOWER presents a Restorative Yoga workshop series in collaboration with Claremont Yoga. Alternate Thursdays, 4-5pm: Oct. 6 & 20; Nov. 3 & 17. First session at the Benton Museum of Art on the Pomona College campus. Remaining sessions at the Richardson Garden, Seaver House at Pomona College. 7C students, staff, and faculty of all backgrounds, […]

Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Dating/Domestic Violence

This 9-week virtual group is for 7C students who have experienced dating or domestic violence, whether recently or long ago. The group will provide survivors with a confidential space to receive support while they explore their feelings and work through the healing process. This EmPOWER Center group is facilitated by Eimy Estrada, a therapist with […]

CWR LGBTQ+ Writing Retreat

"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

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, […]

QRC Drop-in Hours at SLD

SLDL House 131 E. 10th Street, Claremont

Drop by the SLDL House to meet the Queer Resource Center staff and learn about their services!

EmPOWER Center Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault

10-week group for 7C students of all gender identities who have experienced sexual assault, recently or long ago. Survivors explore their feelings & receive support while working through the healing process in a confidential space. Group facilitated by a Project Sister therapist. Mondays, 5-6:30pm, starting 9/19 @EmPOWER Center (1030 Dartmouth Ave.). If interested in joining, […]

ISP Workshop 5: An Introduction to Formal Presentations

This workshop will introduce participants to strategies which will help them improve their formal presentations in several specific graduate school contexts (such as in-class presentations). It will cover tips for preparing for and delivering in-class presentations through understanding audience expectations, utilizing common structures of professional and research presentations, overcoming anxiety associated with public speaking, and […]

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 […]

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 […]

It’s all Latin to me! Non-English Academic Speaking – Lunch and Learn

Founders Room, Honnold Library 800 N. Dartmouth Ave., Claremont, CA

'It's all Latin to me! Non-English Academic Speaking' is designed to create events for faculty and students to speak in their Latin first/native languages, so they get more comfortable with their academic 'second language'. We aim to create a community to support the identity and belonging of Latinx students across the 7CS, as we further […]

American Red Cross Blood Drive Event (11/09)

Stauffer 106 925 N. Dartmouth Ave., Claremont, CA

American Red Cross and CGU will be hosting another blood drive on November 9, 2022. We will be hosting the blood drive in Stauffer Hall 106 from 10am-4pm.

Free

Fresh Check Day

Oasis Courtyard 111 Bucknell Ave, Claremont, CA

This event is a time for students to take a break, a breath, and check in with themselves and check in with each other. Join us for an uplifting mental health fair with fun peer-run interactive booths, raffles, food, and more!

Free

Filmmaking: A Balancing Act—A Conversation with Tony Villani

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

Please join us for a lecture and Q&A by CGU graduate and award-winning writer, director, and producer Tony Villani in a special Humanities Forum. Filmmaking: A Balancing Act—A Conversation with Tony Villani Nov 10, 2022 Stauffer 110 4:15 - 5:30 pm --- Filmmaker and CGU graduate Tony Villani has been an award-winning independent writer/director/producer also […]

Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Dating/Domestic Violence

This 9-week virtual group is for 7C students who have experienced dating or domestic violence, whether recently or long ago. The group will provide survivors with a confidential space to receive support while they explore their feelings and work through the healing process. This EmPOWER Center group is facilitated by Eimy Estrada, a therapist with […]

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 […]

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 […]

EmPOWER Center Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault

10-week group for 7C students of all gender identities who have experienced sexual assault, recently or long ago. Survivors explore their feelings & receive support while working through the healing process in a confidential space. Group facilitated by a Project Sister therapist. Mondays, 5-6:30pm, starting 9/19 @EmPOWER Center (1030 Dartmouth Ave.). If interested in joining, […]

CWR Write-In Studio

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 […]

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 […]

Talk: On Diasporas and Displacement

The CGU History Department invites you to an online Zoom talk titled “On Diasporas and Displacement” with artist and educator Álvaro D. Márquez on Wednesday, November 16 from 1:00-2:30pm. Márquez will discuss their archive-based art practice in relationship to histories of displacement operating at a local, national, and hemispheric level. To attend, please use the […]

SPARK: Creating Ceremony and Community to Disrupt Your Writing Roadblocks

Burkle 12 1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA

Are you feeling stuck in the writing process? Are you experiencing challenges that are hindering your writing progress? Join our session to learn how to identify and combat your internal and external writing challenges and find joy in the process. Members of the Office of Student Engagement will discuss the importance of sharing your work […]

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

ISP Conversation Group 5: Future Goals and Ambitions

These conversation groups will place participants in pairs, small groups, and large groups to improve English fluency in various situations. This week’s topic is Future Goals and Ambitions. This conversation group is tied to ISP Workshop 5: Conversations about the Future. You’ll have the chance to discuss your specific experience and learn more about the […]

Free

FYE: Navigating the Stress Pit: Code Switching, Identity Navigation & Tips for Finals

The Flourish in Your First Year program invites Stephanie Gutarra, Psy. D. from Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (MCAPS) to host a session on navigating the anxiety that comes with closing out your semester strong. Learn some tips and tricks for approaching your final projects, papers, and exams. Stephanie will also engage in an identity […]

CWR Write-In Studio

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

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 […]

EmPOWER Center Presents a Restorative Yoga Workshop Series

EmPOWER presents a Restorative Yoga workshop series in collaboration with Claremont Yoga. Alternate Thursdays, 4-5pm: Oct. 6 & 20; Nov. 3 & 17. First session at the Benton Museum of Art on the Pomona College campus. Remaining sessions at the Richardson Garden, Seaver House at Pomona College. 7C students, staff, and faculty of all backgrounds, […]

Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Dating/Domestic Violence

This 9-week virtual group is for 7C students who have experienced dating or domestic violence, whether recently or long ago. The group will provide survivors with a confidential space to receive support while they explore their feelings and work through the healing process. This EmPOWER Center group is facilitated by Eimy Estrada, a therapist with […]

CWR Students of Color Writing Retreat

The goal of the CGU Center for Writing & Rhetoric's Students of Color Writing Retreat is to assist in the development of sustainable writing habits by providing a dedicated time for CGU students to focus on writing and productivity while building a community of scholars and writers. The event provides a safe and supportive community […]

EmPOWER Center Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault

10-week group for 7C students of all gender identities who have experienced sexual assault, recently or long ago. Survivors explore their feelings & receive support while working through the healing process in a confidential space. Group facilitated by a Project Sister therapist. Mondays, 5-6:30pm, starting 9/19 @EmPOWER Center (1030 Dartmouth Ave.). If interested in joining, […]

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 […]

EmPOWER Center Weekly Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault

10-week group for 7C students of all gender identities who have experienced sexual assault, recently or long ago. Survivors explore their feelings & receive support while working through the healing process in a confidential space. Group facilitated by a Project Sister therapist. Mondays, 5-6:30pm, starting 9/19 @EmPOWER Center (1030 Dartmouth Ave.). If interested in joining, […]

kin*dle – A Workshop on Sleep Hygiene

SLDL House 131 E. 10th Street, Claremont

Join SLDL for our November kin*dle event on sleep hygiene! Special guest, Dr. Andrew Vosko, Associate Provost and Director of the Transdisciplinary Studies program at CGU will be joining us and sharing some of his sleep and neuroscience expertise. This is a great time to re-visit your sleeping habits as we gear up for the […]

CWR Anti-Discrimination Committee Workshop: Code-Meshing in Graduate Writing

IAC Library 831 N Dartmouth Ave, Claremont, CA

Code-meshing describes a process of mixing and combining language from one’s own cultural background to produce new words and meanings. In this workshop, we will address how to code-mesh in the graduate setting with regard to writing style, language, tone, and content. We will brainstorm ideas for code-meshing in our own work and analyze examples […]

CWR + Sister Citizen: Black Solace Writing Retreat

Black Solace Virtual Writing Retreats are a black-centered space for students that will have work blocks, a community lunch, and a group meditation. There will be breakout rooms available for a quiet study space and a music room. A CWR writing consultant will also be on-hand to co-facilitate and provide short consultation sessions in a […]

Breathe Week Kick-off

Descombes Quad, Claremont Graduate University 150 E. 10th Street, Claremont, CA

The Fall semester is quickly coming to a close and Spring 2023 registration has already begun. The Graduate Assistants in the Office of Student Engagement and Student Life, Diversity, & Leadership have planned a week full of activities that will allow students small reprieve before finals week. Join us in Descombs Quad for snacks, games, […]

Free

Breathe Week: Lunch Social Hour

Office of Student Engagement House 1017 N. Dartmouth Ave, Claremont, California

Join the Office of Student Engagement and Student Life, Diversity & Leadership (SLDL) to take a moment to pause before finals week. Stop by the Office of Student Engagement house to leave an encouragement card, play some games, or watch a movie!

Free

Breathe Week: Morning Meditation and Yoga

Office of Student Engagement House 1017 N. Dartmouth Ave, Claremont, California

Join the Office of Student Engagement and Student Life, Diversity & Leadership (SLDL) to take a moment to pause before finals week. Stop by the Office of Student Engagement House for morning yoga and meditation. We will have tea and snacks available as well.

Free

ISP Conversation Group 6: Sports

These conversation groups will place participants in pairs, small groups, and large groups to improve English fluency in various situations. This week’s topic is Sports. This conversation group is tied to Student Life’s World Cup Watch Party. Join us to share your favorite sport, sporting event, or athlete! NOTE: You don’t need to attend the […]

Free

Breathe Week: Coasters and Caffeine

Office of Student Engagement House 1017 N. Dartmouth Ave, Claremont, California

Join the Office of Student Engagement and Student Life, Diversity & Leadership (SLDL) to take a moment to pause before finals week. Stop by the OSE house for coaster making and coffee/tea!

Free

SPARK: Managing Expectations and Honoring Your Commitment to Self

As a graduate student, you wear many hats: scholar, working professional, parent or guardian, and many more. It can sometimes be difficult to balance all of the expectations placed on you in these various roles. At times, you may find yourself pushing your goals, projects, and tasks aside in order to show up for others. […]

Breathe Week: Cocoa and Calm

Office of Student Engagement House 1017 N. Dartmouth Ave, Claremont, California

Join the Office of Student Engagement and Student Life, Diversity & Leadership (SLDL) to take a moment to pause before finals week. Stop by the OSE house for hot cocoa and calming activities: coloring sheets, CGU word search, crossword puzzles, games, and lofi beats!

Free

CWR End of Semester Productivity Weekend

Register in advance to attend the weekend-long CWR productivity event 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 […]

CWR End of Semester Productivity Weekend

Register in advance to attend the weekend-long CWR productivity event 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 […]

CWR Write-In Studio

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 […]

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

Authors @ Drucker: Chad Ford (Dangerous Love: Transforming Fear and Conflict at Home, at Work, and in the World)

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, Chad Ford will be discussing his book Dangerous Love: […]

Free

Lunar New Year at SLDL

SLDL House 131 E. 10th Street, Claremont

Happy Lunar New Year! Stop by SLDL to pick up boba and treats while supplies last. Share with us how you celebrate and what Lunar New Year means to you. 

Free

Thank Your Mentor Day!

SLDL House 131 E. 10th Street, Claremont

January is mentorship month. To celebrate we will be hosting a day dedicated to thanking the mentors who work tirelessly at CGU. Stop by SLDL to create your thank you card and have a cup of coffee.

Free

Financial Literacy: Managing Personal Finances as a Graduate Student

Online

Navigating the financial aspects of graduate school can prove challenging. In this session, our Director of Financial Aid will discuss methods by which you can manage your personal finances while enrolled at CGU. Join us for an interactive session exploring budgeting tips and strategies that will help make each dollar go farther. This workshop will […]

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 […]

ISP Welcome Event

Stauffer 106 925 N. Dartmouth Ave., Claremont, CA

The International Scholars Program (ISP) and the Office of Student Life, Diversity, and Leadership (SLDL) are excited to invite you to a start-of-Spring welcome event! Join us in Stauffer 106 for Mediterranean food, conversation, and the chance to win a gift card to the Huntley bookstore during our closing raffle.

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

Studio Art Connections at Claremont

Join the Art faculty and the artists of Claremont Graduate University on Wednesday, February 15 for: • In-person portfolio reviews and substantive conversations with faculty from 3:30pm – 5:30pm PST * • Tours of the artist studios and facilities from 4:00pm – 6:00pm PST • View “Roland Reiss: Return to Painting” in the East and […]

kin*dle Welcome Back

SLDL House 131 E. 10th Street, Claremont

We welcome you back and hope you have a great spring semester. Come by the SLDL house for free food and more information about spring programming. 

Free

Optional Practical Training (OPT) Workshop

Zoom

SLDL will host an Optional Practical Training (OPT) workshop, open to all current F-1 students, especially those who are planning to apply for pre/post completion OPT during the current or upcoming semester. During the session, we will cover information on what OPT is, and the application process including eligibility rules, timeline and required documents for […]

Free

CWR + Intercollegiate Feminist Center Zine Workshop

Vita Nove Lecture Room 100 385 E. 9th St, Claremont, CA

Get creative in a feminist zine writing workshop with the CWR to flex your artist activist muscles! Learn tips and tricks to the trade and enjoy a brief workshop on the genre of the zine. Then engage in a guided zine writing activity with members of the 7C community. All you need is an 8X10 […]

Free

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