A recent $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will help Eleanor Birrell explore privacy regulation that would require companies to handle personal information in the best interests of the people involved.
A new exhibit organized by Pomona College Associate Professor of History Tomás Summers Sandoval at the dA Center for the Arts in the city of Pomona will spotlight the local music scene in 1955-75 through recordings, videos, photos and memorabilia.
When Ernesto Gutiérrez Topete ’17 received his Ph.D. this past summer, he became the first Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship alumnus from the Claremont Colleges to achieve that goal. He will be teaching phonetics at Pomona.
Konrad Aguilar, assistant professor of mathematics and statistics at Pomona College, has received a two-year National Science Foundation grant of $189,661 to study how information is passed on at the quantum level.
A research team led by Prof. Charlotte Chang of Pomona College found that in the six months following Musk’s acquisition of Twitter, nearly half of Twitter users identified as environmentally oriented had ceased being active on the platform.
In her new book, Erica Dobbs, assistant professor of politics, and her coauthors explore how people around the world meet their needs for health care, education and other aspects of the social safety net, often by crossing borders.
In her new book, Just in Time, Pomona College President G. Gabrielle Starr explores how the experience of beauty results from neurological and psychological processes in which time is a key element. It was published in June by The MIT Press.