Groundbreaking marks milestone for CMC
With shovels, hardhats, and a rendering of the visionary new Center as a backdrop, faculty, students, staff, trustees, and other guests assembled on Friday, Sept. 30 for a groundbreaking ceremony for the Robert Day Sciences Center (RDSC), a next-generation facility to house the College’s new Kravis Department of Integrated Sciences.
Claremont McKenna College Announces The Roberts Campus
Claremont McKenna College today announced a $140 million gift from Alumnus and Trustee George R. Roberts ’66 P’93. The gift will build improvements in the central and eastern areas of the campus as envisioned in the Campus Master Plan. This includes the development of 75 acres east of Claremont Boulevard, across from the new Robert Day Sciences Center.
The Kravis Department of Integrated Sciences
Claremont McKenna College announces the naming of its new Kravis Department of Integrated Sciences.
The Robert Day Sciences Center
Claremont McKenna College announces at a Board of Trustees dinner Thursday evening the naming of its new Robert Day Sciences Center, an iconic facility that will serve as home to CMC’s new integrated sciences program and further expand the College’s commitment to preparing future leaders.
Integrated Sciences of CMC: Overview of the Plan
At a CMC’s Board of Trustees dinner, President Hiram E. Chodosh gave a group of roughly 100 faculty, staff, students, alumni, and trustees a first look at the College’s conceptual plans for a new integrated sciences center—a seminal investment and commitment that infuses the sciences and computation deep into the fabric of the CMC mission and campus.
Inside the Program: A Leadership Conversation
Learn how CMC will prepare today’s leaders through a strong foundation in science, computation, evidence-based inquiry, and data analysis to address the modern world’s most significant challenges.