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Exploring Environmental Solutions through Natural Sciences, Arts, and Culture

Lori Dajose
Senior Michelle Dan has received a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship to study how biodiversity, art, agriculture, and indigenous cultures around the planet will inform human-caused environmental change.
Michelle Dan

Two New Tours of the Caltech Campus

Caltech has developed two new tours to help people on and off campus get to know the lay of the land and learn about different aspects of the community.
Photo of the Gene Pool

A Community Celebration of Science

Jennifer Torres-Siders
The second annual Science for March event drew thousands of visitors to campus for science talks and interactive demonstrations.
Postdoctoral scholar Cameron Hummels leads an astronomy demonstration while visitors to the second annual Science for March event watch.

Teaching Coding in Elementary Schools

Jennifer Torres-Siders
Through a computer science course, Caltech undergrads are helping local elementary school students learn basic programming skills.
A Caltech computer science student helps a Pasadena third grader learn to code.

Caltech Student Selected for Knight-Hennessy Scholars at Stanford

Emily Velasco
Caltech senior Kavya Sreedhar awarded Knight-Hennessy scholarship to pursue graduate studies in circuit design and hardware at Stanford
A portrait of Kavya Sreedhar. She wears a maroon blouse and white cardigan sweater

Campus Celebrates Opening of the Hameetman Center

Jon Nalick
Caltech will celebrate the opening of the Hameetman Center on Thursday, February 28, with a dedication ceremony followed by a public reception and building tours.
Hameetman Center seen from the entrance of the Red DoorCafé

Nayla Abney: STEM and Soccer Standout

Nayla Abney (chemical engineering, class of '21) took a chance leaving New Jersey and the East Coast to come to Caltech. She helped launch the inaugural season for women's soccer at Caltech in 2017 and says the sport and the team teach lessons that help her in the classroom and on the field. The chemical engineering major is inspired by the researchers and professors on campus, and she is committed to building a legacy for other young women at Caltech.
Image for Nayla Abney: STEM and Soccer Standout

Teagan Wall (PhD ’15) Turns Her Hand to Directing

The almuna returns to campus to direct the puppet-filled musical Avenue Q.
photo of Avenue Q’s Princeton and Rod in conversation

Caltech Athletics Opens New Weight Room

Jon Nalick
Caltech Athletics recently opened a new 1,200-square-foot weight room in the south side of Brown Gym.
Closeup of free weights

Senior Named Churchill Scholar

Lorinda Dajose
Daniel Assumpcao is one of 16 students in the country to be selected for the scholarship, which funds one academic year of graduate study at the University of Cambridge.
Daniel Assumpcao