I spent an amazing evening at the annual awards ceremony of Global Green, a Los Angeles based organization with national and international impact on environmental issues, from energy use to green construction to education.
Pomona students benefit immensely from our proximity to Los Angeles, but being in Southern California also means our location is typically identified by our campus' roughly 35-mile distance from L.A.
I was recently asked to appear on TWC's "Local Edition" to discuss the College's sustainability efforts.
I was thrilled when I saw this month's issue of Scientific American and read the cover story, which names the work of Jennifer Doudna '85 as one of 10 “World Changing Ideas.”
I stayed over for a day in D.C. after our Pomona College networking reception to attend the Washington Ideas Forum, an incredibly intense day of interviews with national leaders in government, business, education and culture.
Our new Studio Art Hall, imagined by creative genius Kulapat Yantrasast and shaped by our daring faculty, is a space Steve Jobs would envy.
Last week, I went kayaking on the Los Angeles River with a group of first-year students who were getting to know Southern California – and each other – in the...
Dropping by Pomona College Academy for Youth Success (PAYS) classrooms yesterday reminds me why the future is both hopeful and challenging.
I am writing this from Belfast, Northern Ireland, where I am attending a conference at Queen's University on Higher Education for Democratic Innovation.
Each June, I try to find time to take part in the Aspen Symposium on the Future of Higher Education because the participants and the range of topics covered go well beyond those typical of higher education meetings.