Last fall, Sagehen tennis players Rohun Krishnan ’24 and Matthew Feng ’24 started a Claremont chapter of ACEing Autism, a national organization that helps children with autism learn tennis and improve their behavioral, social and motor skills.
Katrina Dank ’20 has always loved a good creative science project. As far back as middle school in Bellingham, Washington, Dank was interested in the challenge of conveying complex information in comprehensible ways.
Wednesday, March 29, 2023
In March, the Forum on Education Abroad announced that Henderson’s resulting paper, “A Retrospective Analysis of Maternal Mortality in Kisumu, Kenya from March 2021 to March 2022,” was the winner of its Award for Academic Achievement Abroad.
Kiya Henderson ’23, says “My time at Pomona has made me feel comfortable enough to recognize that I have multiple passions, which is normal and completely okay, and helped me give my all to those passions in whatever way I can.”
Alumni Story: Committed to returning to the South L.A. community where he grew up in an immigrant family, Dr. Edgar Chavez '98 founded Universal Community Health Center after graduating from Stanford medical school.