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Active Members of the Campus Community Encouraged to Participate in Campus Climate Survey
05/04/2021

Active Members of the Campus Community Encouraged to Participate in Campus Climate Survey

Andrew Moseman
Survey aims to support diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility.
A cyclist and pedestrians on the Caltech campus, with flowers visible in the foreground.
2020: A Year In Review
12/17/2020

2020: A Year In Review

Reflecting on community achievements in a year of international upheaval
Composition of images from highlighted stories throughout 2020
Watson Lecture: Michael Alvarez on Safe and Secure Presidential Elections, Wednesday, October 7
10/05/2020

Watson Lecture: Michael Alvarez on Safe and Secure Presidential Elections, Wednesday, October 7

The online lecture launches the 2020-2021 series.
voting buttons for 2020
Lecture: "More Than Pretty Pictures"
02/05/2020

Lecture: "More Than Pretty Pictures"

Award-winning photographer to discuss visual representations of science and engineering
photo of a 2-cm drop of ferrofluid, placed on a glass slide, under which are seven circular magnets.
Can AI Be Fair?
06/25/2019

Can AI Be Fair?

Whitney Clavin
Experts discuss whether machine-learning programs can be unbiased.
Illustration representing the question of whether AI's can be fair.
Artist-in-Residence to Screen Experimental Film on Campus
05/15/2019

Artist-in-Residence to Screen Experimental Film on Campus

Emily Velasco
Leslie Thornton, the first artist-in-residence of the new Caltech-Huntington Program in Visual Culture, will screen her 30-years-in-the-making experimental film series Peggy and Fred in Hell on campus..
A portrait of artist Leslie Thornton. She wears a red dress and glasses.
NSF Director France Córdova to Speak at Caltech's 125th Commencement Ceremony
03/28/2019

NSF Director France Córdova to Speak at Caltech's 125th Commencement Ceremony

Davin Malasarn
The distinguished astrophysicist, director of the National Science Foundation (NSF), and Caltech alumna (PhD '79), will give the keynote speech at Caltech's 2019 Commencement ceremony on June 14.
Headshot of France Córdova
The Long-Run Behavior of Random Walks
01/07/2019

The Long-Run Behavior of Random Walks

Omer Tamuz, this year’s Biedebach Memorial Lecturer, will describe some classical results from random walk research and a surprising connection to economics.
Image for Watson Lecture Preview: The Long-Run Behavior of Random Walks
Shakespeare and Science
10/26/2018

Shakespeare and Science

Elise Cutts
Caltech's Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences presents “The Science of Shakespeare,” a talk by author Dan Falk
Image of William Shakespeare
Caltech Hosting Frankenstein Conference
05/03/2018

Caltech Hosting Frankenstein Conference

Emily Velasco
Caltech and The Huntington Library are hosting Frankenstein: Then and Now, 1818–2018, a conference celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's timeless novel.
Drawing of Victor Frankenstein working on his monster. A skeleton lies on the table in front of him
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