• Clockwise from top left, professors Genevieve Lee, Nicholas Ball, Janice Hudgings and Kevin Dettmar in instructional settings prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
    Pomona Faculty Rethink Courses, Refine Skills for Online Semester
  • 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
Grete Helena Kütt '20 and Prof. Alexandra Papoutsaki pose at a conference
Monday, March 30, 2020
As classes continue online during the COVID-19 pandemic, close relationships between students and faculty at Pomona College can help support remote learning in unprecedented times.
Carnegie, Students, Campus Shot
Monday, February 10, 2020
For 2019-2020, nine Pomona College students were awarded Fulbright grants, a one-year award for research, university study, or English language teaching abroad funded by the U.S. Department of State.

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