Events

October 22 - November 20, 2018

Monday, October 22

Fall Break

No classes in session today. Classes resume Wednesday, October 24.

 

Tuesday, October 23

Fall Break

No classes in session today. Classes resume Wednesday, October 24.

 

Wednesday, October 24

Intuit Idea Jam

What is the Idea Jam? Teams of 3 or 4 and will be given a problem space in which to apply Intuit’s design methodology to come up with an innovative idea. ...

MATLAB Seminar: Data Analytics and Machine Learning with MATLAB

Location: Bauer North, The Founders Room Registration: http://www.mathworks.com/CMC2018 ​ In this session, you will learn how MATLAB can be used to...

Oral history workshop

The CMC History Department will host an oral history workshop with Dr. Natalie Fousekis, Director of the Lawrence B. de Graaf Center for Oral and Public...

Bonds vs. Stocks - Perspectives from Traders

Fixed income. Bonds. Debt. Equity. Stocks. What do these terms mean, particularly with investors? Scott and Cheryl Thornton P'21 both have had long careers...

Sustainability Approaches to Environmental Justice and Social Power

Julie Sze, UC Davis professor of American Studies, on how social justice and sustainability connect, what sustainability actually means, and how to achieve...

Study Off Campus Info Session

Information for students interested in Study abroad, the Washington Program, or the Silicon Valley Program.

Thursday, October 25

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. * *...

 
Half Past Trump: The 2018 Midterm Elections

John J. Pitney, professor of government at Claremont McKenna College, will offer an overview of the 2018 congressional and state elections and will consider...

Fascist Politics (2018 Golo Mann Lecture)

Yale philosophy professor Jason Stanley will discuss what is fascist politics, why, across time and place, is it so attractive, and who are its victims.

From Buckley to Trump: Making American Conservatism Great Again

Charles Kesler, Gov. professor at CMC, will discuss how Buckley, creator of the National Review turned a movement of traditionalists into the spirit of the...

Dinner with World Changers Series Featuring: Adebayo Alonge from RxAll

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Our most popular event series, hosts an award winning social entrepreneur every Thurs this fall. Students have a rare opportunity to...

Friday, October 26

Product Ideation Workshop

Product Ideation Workshop In this workshop, learn about how to develop an idea that you can turn into a product and a company. We’ll cover consumer and...

Saturday, October 27

The Claremont Concert Orchestra performance

David Cubek, director Humperdinck | Prelude to Hänsel und Gretel Brahms | Variations on a Theme by Joseph Haydn Brahms | Violin Concerto in D...

Sunday, October 28

The Claremont Concert Orchestra performance

David Cubek, director Humperdinck | Prelude to Hänsel und Gretel Brahms | Variations on a Theme by Joseph Haydn Brahms | Violin Concerto in D...

Monday, October 29

Spring 2019 Course Schedule Available

The course schedule for spring 2019 is now available!

 
KLI Leadership Dialogue Series - The "Dark Side" of Leadership

Please join us for lunch on Monday, October 29th, 2018 from 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. in Kravis 103 for the Kravis Leadership Institute’s second Leadership...

Monkeys, Monsters, and Minstrels in Rise and Dawn of the Planet of The Apes

Susan Loza, associate professor of race, gender, and media studies at Hampshire College, examines how the resurrected Apes franchise reactivates fears about...

Tuesday, October 30

California’s Choices: 2018 Ballot Measures

Bob Stern, one of the state’s leading political commentators, and Ken Miller, Gov. professor at CMC, will provide expert analysis of the 11 propositions...

2019 Sponsored Internships & Experiences Program (SIE) Information Session

Information Session for CMC Students interested in applying for funding from the SIE Program for the Summer of 2019.

Thursday, November 1

Study Off Campus Info Session

Information for students interested in Study abroad, the Washington Program, or the Silicon Valley Program.

Free Speech and Liberal Education

Peter Berkowitz, senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institute, will argue that free speech is indispensable to a liberal education worthy of the...

Getting into Grad School

Are you considering graduate school? Nervous about the application process? Fear not! Claremont Graduate University's Matt O'Connor, Associate Director...

Dinner with World Changers Series Featuring: Alloysius Attah from Farmerline

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Our most popular event series, hosts an award winning social entrepreneur every Thurs this fall. Students have a rare opportunity to...

Friday, November 2

Marijuana Legalization: Bringing a Lucrative Market Out of the Shadows

Karen O’Keefe, who directs state lobbying efforts for the Marijuana Policy Project, will examine how states are legalizing, taxing, and regulating the...

Saturday, November 3

Monday, November 5

Peers + Careers (Consulting)

Are you a first-year or sophomore student who is curious about what a career in CONSULTING might look like? Are you interested in learning about activities...

Ready, Fire, Aim…. Flash Business Plan Competition

Ready, Fire, Aim… Flash Business Plan Competition Do you have a great idea for a business or product that you’d like to create one day? Will it be the next...

Are Women’s Rights Human Rights?

Valerie Sperling, professor political science at Clark University, will explore the obstacles that confront those who try to use domestic and international...

Tuesday, November 6

Peers + Careers (Government, Law & Public Policy)

Are you a first-year or sophomore student who is curious about what a career in GOVERNMENT, LAW & PUBLIC POLICY might look like? Are you interested in...

Midterms Election Night, 2018

The Athenaeum will host 2018 midterms' election night coverage, where students and professors will analyze returns in real time, offer commentary on issues...

Wednesday, November 7

Peers + Careers (Technology & Entrepreneurship)

Are you a first-year or sophomore student who is curious about what a career in TECHNOLOGY & ENTREPRENEURSHIP might look like? Are you interested in learning...

India's Realignment: A Rising Power in a Changing World

Now the world's fifth largest economy, India will soon be the largest country by population. Dhruva Jaishankar, fellow in foreign policy studies with...

Thursday, November 8

Bringing Genocidaires to Justice: The Perspective of an NGO in the Trenches

How can one NGO take on the world’s war criminals? Dixon Osburn, executive director at the San Francisco-based Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA),...

Peers + Careers (Accounting & Finance)

Are you a first-year or sophomore student who is curious about what a career in ACCOUNTING & FINANCE might look like? Are you interested in learning about...

The Political Argument Today

A foremost political commentator and columnist, George F. Will presents penetrating and incisive commentary on the Washington political scene, offering a...

Dinner with World Changers Series Featuring: Dustin Claretto and Sunny Williams from Tiny Docs

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Our most popular event series, hosts an award winning social entrepreneur every Thurs this fall. Students have a rare opportunity to...

Friday, November 9

Study Off Campus Info Session

Information for students interested in Study abroad, the Washington Program, or the Silicon Valley Program.

Saturday, November 10

Monday, November 12

Peers + Careers (Creative & Entertainment)

Are you a first-year or sophomore student who is curious about what a career in CREATIVE & ENTERTAINMENT might look like? Are you interested in learning...

Oslo: 25 Years Later

David Makovsky, the Ziegler distinguished fellow at The Washington Institute, will review what the Oslo Accords, a Declaration signed to negotiate peace...

Transatlantic Ties in the Age of Trump

President Trump has said NATO is “obsolete” and the European Union was “set up to take advantage of the United States.” Karen Erika Donfried, president of...

2019 Sponsored Internships & Experiences Program (SIE) Information Session

Information Session for CMC Students interested in applying for funding from the SIE Program for the Summer of 2019.

Tuesday, November 13

Pre-Registration for Spring 2019

Pre-registration for spring 2019 courses takes place this week. Visit the CMC portal to see the course schedule and search for courses.

 
Peers + Careers (Non-Profit & Education)

Are you a first-year or sophomore student who is curious about what a career in NON-PROFIT & EDUCATION might look like? Are you interested in learning about...

Political Polarization’s Challenge to the Constitution

Based on their recent book, Parchment Barriers: Political Polarization and the Limits of Constitutional Order, Zachary Courser, gov. professor at CMC, will...

Wednesday, November 14

Pre-Registration for Spring 2019

Pre-registration for spring 2019 courses takes place this week. Visit the CMC portal to see the course schedule and search for courses.

 
Peers + Careers (Science & Environment)

Are you a first-year or sophomore student who is curious about what a career in SCIENCE & ENVIRONMENT might look like? Are you interested in learning about...

The Marshall Plan and the Dawn of the Cold War

Benn Steil, senior fellow and director of international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, will examine how the creation of NATO, the...

Thursday, November 15

Pre-Registration for Spring 2019

Pre-registration for spring 2019 courses takes place this week. Visit the CMC portal to see the course schedule and search for courses.

 
Peers + Careers  (Medicine/Healthcare & Biotech)

Are you a first-year or sophomore student who is curious about what a career in MEDICINE/HEALTHCARE & BIOTECH might look like? Are you interested in learning...

Dinner with World Changers Series Featuring: Tony Weaver from Weird Enough Productions

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Our most popular event series, hosts an award winning social entrepreneur every Thurs this fall. Students have a rare opportunity to...

Friday, November 16

Pre-Registration for Spring 2019

Pre-registration for spring 2019 courses takes place this week. Visit the CMC portal to see the course schedule and search for courses.

 

Sunday, November 18

Study Off Campus Info Session

Information for students interested in Study abroad, the Washington Program, or the Silicon Valley Program.

October 22 - November 20, 2018