Events

October 2017

Sunday, October 1

Monday, October 2

Research Fellowship in Leadership

The Kravis Leadership Institute is offering three research fellowships for CMC students in the 2017-2018 Academic Year. LEADERSHIP THESIS FELLOWSHIP This...

Progress Towards a Game of Life Decision Support System

Recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1990 for his work on portfolio theory, Harry Markowitz will discuss why household financial decisions for...

Tuck Business Bridge Info Session

Tuck Business Bridge, held at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, is a total immersion business program designed to prepare top liberal arts...

Blind Faith: The Hindi Poet Surdas and his Visual Legacy

The great 16th-century poet Hindi Surdas, a great devotee of Krishna, is said to have been blind. John “Jack” Stratton Hawley, professor of religion at...

Tuesday, October 3

New York Networking Trek for Financial Services industry

Learn about the New York Networking Trek taking place over winter break: January 7-12, 2018. This trek is appropriate for sophomores or juniors interested in...

Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One’s Looking)

From the data we have gathered, can we learn something new about our behaviors and attitudes? Christian Rudder thinks so. As co-founder of the dating site...

New York City Networking Trek for Financial Services Industry

Learn about the New York Networking Trek taking place over winter break: January 7-12, 2018. This trek is appropriate for sophomores or juniors interested in...

Wednesday, October 4

Low Grade Notice / Academic Advisory Target Date

Low Grade Notices / Academic Advisories should be in to The Registrar today!

Inclusiveness Panel and Workshop #2

The 7C Committee on Inclusive Excellence will hold the second of two workshops covering topics addressing diversity in the workplace. The workshop will offer...

J.P. Morgan (APAC) - Corporate & Investment Bank - Global Markets and Investment Banking - You Ask. We Answer. Networking in Claremont, California

Your experiences, talents and qualities all come together to shape who you are. More importantly, they don't just make you the kind of employee we want. They...

Can Europe come back in the age of Trump, Merkel, and Macron?

Europe faces severe crisis after crisis: Anemic economic growth, the rise of anti-European sentiment, right and left-wing populism, the Euro and Greek...

Thursday, October 5

Investment Operations Virtual Information Session

At Capital Group, how we work is defined by shared values that include absolute integrity, respect, and collaboration. But it’s more than that. It’s smart...

Friday, October 6

Paying it Forward: My CONSULTING Internship Journey to Life after CMC - AN INTEREST CLUSTER OF THE MONTH EVENT

AN INTEREST CLUSTER OF THE MONTH EVENT The CMC community is extremely supportive. Students support students, even after graduation. We have an opportunity...

Professional Confidence: Impacts on Compensation and Recruitment

CMC Career Services and the Berger Institute would like to invite you to an exclusive lunch event at the Athenaeum on Friday, October 6 on Professional...

Saturday, October 7

Monday, October 9

Bank Street Graduate School of Education Information Table

Drop by our table to learn more about program offerings and opportunities to attend Bank Street Graduate School of Education in New York City! Bank Street...

Ordinary Jews: Choice and Survival during the Holocaust

Drawing from his most recent book, Ordinary Jews: Choice and Survival during the Holocaust, Evgeny Finkel, assistant professor of political science and...

Tuesday, October 10

Brazilian Agrigolpe: Brazil’s 2016 Parliamentary Coup and Challenge in Historical Perspective

Brazil’s crisis continues, supported by a powerful agribusiness lobby with deep historical roots. Clifford Welsh, professor of contemporary Brazilian history...

FIN 301A Session 2a: Written Communication, Tuesday, October 10th

Email, archaic though it may be, is still a primary mode of communication in professional settings. Beth Walkenbach, Assistant Director of the Robert Day...

Values, Identity, Scholarship, and the Arts lunch with Prof. Dan Krauss

Want to get to know your faculty and staff better? Curious about how our life stories and our professional accomplishments interact with each other? You’re...

Artificial Intelligence for Business

Artificial Intelligence for Business Jay Bellissimo P'20 Tuesday, October 10, 2017 Jay Bellissimo P’20, general manager and chief revenue office for...

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB): Information Session for Director's Financial Analyst Program

This is an information session for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)'s Director's Financial Analyst Program. Two current or former analysts...

Wednesday, October 11

Impolitic Politics: How We Lost the Ability to Speak Across our Differences, and How We Can Rediscover It

American politics is in disarray. On our airwaves, talking heads and trolls shout past each other in a 24/7 stampede of snark and invective. And on college...

Thursday, October 12

Harvey Mudd College Fall STEM Job & Internship Fair (in Partnership with Keck Graduate Institute)

This fall the Office of Career Services (OCS) will hold two fairs, held two weeks apart in lieu of one back to back general fair. Each will have a different...

Career Chat with Yi Shun Lai, '96

This is a unique opportunity to connect with an alumnus during an informal career chat on Thursday October 12th. Yi Shun Lai, '96 writer and editor (and a...

Boy Meets Depression: Confessions of a Depressed Comic

Kevin Breel, author of “Boy Meets Depression,” openly and honestly shares real life experiences, including his own, to expose issues around mental health and...

Friday, October 13

Wake Forest University School of Business Information Table Session

The Wake Forest School of Business is consistently ranked among the nation’s top business schools. Our Masters in Management, MS in Accountancy and MS in...

Saturday, October 14

Monday, October 16

Fall Break

No classes in session today. Classes resume Wednesday, October 19.

Tuesday, October 17

Fall Break

No classes in session today. Classes resume Wednesday, October 19.

Wednesday, October 18

Symmetric Polyhedra — From Platon to Modern Computational Mathematics

Achill Schürmann, professor of mathematics, will discuss how polyhedras—beautiful geometric constructions pondered since ancient times by both mathematicians...

Capital Fellows Program

Capital Fellows are placed at some of the highest levels of California state government and assist state legislators, senior-level executive staff, and court...

Thursday, October 19

Last Day to Drop

Today is the last day to drop courses without record. Today is also the last day to opt for credit/not credit (CR/NC) grading in pure elective courses. * *...

The Ever-Changing Music Business

Writer and producer of the 2016 hit song “Shut up and Dance,” Ryan McMahon ’08 will expose all sides of the ever-changing music industry, from writing and...

Friday, October 20

Saturday, October 21

Monday, October 23

The Post-Election Politics of Identity

Defying all political expectations and conventional norms, Trump's vulgar pronouncements on race and gender and his signature lack of decorum did little to...

Hymns of Wisdom: The Ismaili Ginans of South Asia

Ali Asani, professor of Indo-Muslim and Islamic Religion and Cultures at Harvard University, will introduce the ginans, hymns of wisdom of the South Asia’s...

Tuesday, October 24

Work's Provocative Future

As we head toward a world defined by self-driving cars, drone-powered warfare, and AI-based chat bots, what's left for humans to do? George Anders, writer...

Wednesday, October 25

Ecological Civilization: Is this the answer to fixing China's environment?

China has raised the concept of 'Ecological Civilization' to guide future development, which takes the country's ecological capacity and constraints into...

Thursday, October 26

Why Free Speech Matters on Campus

Keith E. Whittington, professor of politics at Princeton University, will argue that robust protection of free speech and civil discourse is essential for...

American Shtetl: A Hasidic Town in Suburban New York

David Myers, historian at UCLA, will explore the curious case of Kiryas Joel, a legally recognized municipality in the State of New York. Is this community's...

Saturday, October 28

Monday, October 30

Spring 2018 Course Schedule Available

The course schedule for spring 2018 is now available!

Taking Responsibility for Racial Violence: Shooting the Racist Imagination

José Medina, professor of philosophy from Northwestern University, will analyze different kinds of complicity with racial violence and will defend a new...

October 2017