Established by businessman Walter Kortschak (MS ‘82) in 2017, the program gives students from the computing and mathematical sciences the freedom to explore bold new ideas.
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The new six-episode series explores how key Caltech technological and scientific breakthroughs come to be.
Thousands attend one-day online program to learn from Institute luminaries.
Gilmartin, Caltech’s current dean of undergraduate students, will succeed the current vice president, Joseph E. Shepherd (PhD ’81).
The Institute has launched a new website that delivers trustworthy answers to timely scientific questions.
On April 2, 2020, the Caltech community rallied under the banner #CaltechTogether to express solidarity and help replenish the Student Emergency Fund.
Four alumni are this year’s recipients of the highest honor the Institute bestows upon a graduate.
Engineering’s Melany Hunt will receive the annual Feynman Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
Caltech alumnus and telecommunications pioneer Ronald Willens and his wife, JoAnne, support early-career faculty working across traditional boundaries.