• Professor Eric A. Hurley outside of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.
    Professor Eric A. Hurley Discusses Misconceptions About African Americans That Contribute to Racial Divide in the U.S.
  • Jake Hauser ’20 and Elise Koskelo ’20
    Jake Hauser ’20 and Elise Koskelo ’20 Awarded National Science Foundation Fellowships
  • Sheriff Paul Pastor ’71 and Joyce Hicks ’74
    Finding a Path Forward: Joyce Hicks ’74 and Paul Pastor ’71 Reflect on the State of Policing
Wig Award Winners 2017
Monday, May 15, 2017
The heart of a Pomona College education is the connection between students and professors. Each spring, juniors and seniors honor a group of outstanding and influential professors, recognizing their excellence in teaching.
Anthropology Professor, Scholars at Risk, Pardis Mahdavi
Thursday, January 19, 2017
On January 20, Pomona College will host academic scholars from across the Western United States for the one-day congress of Scholars at Risk (SAR) to discuss best practices for supporting threatened and displaced scholars.