Julia Frankel ’23 Reports from Jerusalem for The Associated Press
Zoë Batterman ’24 Wins National Undergraduate Mathematics Prize
Betsy Ding ’24 is Constantly Creating on Campus
The Critical Inquiry seminar, or ID1, as it’s more commonly known, serves as both a rite of passage for first-year students and an introduction to academic life at Pomona.
This summer, 139 Pomona College students conducted research through the Summer Undergraduate Research Program, more familiarly known as SURP.
This summer, 130 students participated in both domestic and international internships through the Pomona College Internship Program (PCIP).
The NSF fellowship will provide Pomona students and alumni with an annual $37,000 stipend and $12,000 cost of education allowance for three years over a five-year fellowship period.
Professors Joanne Nucho and Julie Tannenbaum will each receive a $6,000 stipend to support their respective humanities projects.
Pomona College welcomes eight new faculty to tenure-track and tenured positions this fall.
Xiao Fang Jiang ’22 and Mark Diaz ’22 have been awarded prestigious Watson Fellowships to pursue research projects during one year of international travel.
Anthropology Professor Dru Gladney, a leading expert on the peoples and cultures along the past and present Silk Road, passed away yesterday suddenly and unexpectedly. He was 65 years old.
Professor Arlen Chase has been researching the city of Caracol for over 30 years and continues to includes students in his archaeology work there.
Tony Jin ’22 was awarded the Kenneth W. Payne Student Prize from the Association for Queer Anthropology which is presented to a college student for outstanding anthropological work on LGBTQ or gender topics.
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