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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.
The Institute mourns the loss of Distinguished Alumnus Carl V. Larson (BS ’52), who passed away on March 27, 2022. He was 92.
David Kang, a seasoned facilities and emergency management professional and public safety leader, has been appointed Caltech’s associate vice president for facilities. He will start at Caltech on June 1.
Distinguished Alumnus Arthur D. (Art) Riggs (PhD ’66), a pioneering geneticist, world-renowned expert in diabetes, and dedicated friend of Caltech, died March 23, 2022. He was 82.
Caltech is pleased to announce that it can now accept donations of cryptocurrency for charitable purposes.
Cohorts that unite scholars and researchers from a wide variety of backgrounds are crucial to Caltech’s culture of interdisciplinary collaboration. Donors to Break Through: The Caltech Campaign amplified existing cohorts and established new ones.
A new endowed fellowship commemorates the life and contributions of Sinclair Smith (BS ʼ21, PhD ʼ24), a Caltech alumnus whose scientific and engineering expertise helped open a new window on the universe. Before his untimely death at 39 years of age, Smith was instrumental in building the drive for the 200-inch Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory.