Rose Bowl history and Caltech football history connect. The first Rose Bowl games were played on what became Caltech’s athletic fields. Later, the Rose Bowl stadium was the site of many Beaver games and two legendary Caltech pranks.
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A generous gift from Caltech alumnus Donald Voet (BS ’60) and his wife, Judith Voet, grants the Caltech community continued access to a powerful tool for determining the atomic structures and properties of molecules.
Cantrell is a seasoned law enforcement professional with decades of higher-education experience.
The Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering invests in ensuring it is welcoming to students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Faults once thought to be “creeping” yet stable may be at risk for big ruptures.
Sudhir Kumar Jain (MS ’80, PhD ’83), Bette Korber (PhD ’88), and Kam-Yin Lau (BS ’78, MS ’78, PhD ’81) are honored for their personal and professional accomplishments and noteworthy impact.
The Resnick Sustainability Center will be a hub for research and education endeavors aimed at advancing new innovative sustainability solutions
Caltech trustee Richard Merkin, MD, founder and chief executive officer of the Heritage Provider Network, has made a generous gift to establish a center for pure and applied mathematics at Caltech.
The AAAS program, led by Caltech trustee Shirley Malcom, adopts a self-assessment model to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education.
The creator of Radiolab, More Perfect, and Dolly Parton’s America will deliver the keynote address on June 10.