The prize honors senior trustee Shirley Malcom’s long-standing commitment, via her personal mentorship, national leadership, and international advocacy, to make STEM education and access equitable for all. Nominations for the inaugural award are due by April 1, 2022.
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More than 14,500 donors—including Caltech trustees, friends, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, foundations, and companies—contributed to the campaign.
Ashley Pallie, a recognized leader in undergraduate admissions and in the recruitment of historically marginalized students, who is currently the director of recruitment at Pomona College, has been named Caltech’s next director of undergraduate admissions.
Caltech has a new professorship in the social sciences, courtesy of retired anthropology professor Thayer “Ted” Scudder and his wife, Eliza Scudder.
Caltech Distinguished Alumni Award winner and senior trustee Milton Chang (PhD ’69) has endowed a professorship with a linked research fund to foster creative thinking and big ideas.
Gift from alumnus and family offers flexible funding for multidisciplinary studies of planets familiar and far away.
The 10-year research program began in 2013 and aims to create a global supply of affordable, renewable, clean energy
A gift that allows for a new hybrid approach to a longstanding program will help the Institute connect with more students across Southern California and enhance graduate student engagement in educational endeavors.
New programs and partnerships have been established to sustain and accelerate gains.
A group that began as a student social support network has raised more than $1 million to endow a fellowship fund for graduate students at Caltech.