Faculty

CMC Prof. Marc Massoud (pictured second from right) celebrating with Stella Ho ’97 at her wedding, along with CMC Prof. James Taylor and alumna Julie Chen Woo ’97.

In May, we are taking a moment to appreciate our impressive professors. Do you have a fond classroom memory? Or an anecdote about how a professor positively impacted your life? Now’s your chance to show your gratitude by sharing your story with us!

Please use our “Share Your Story” link to send us your memories and photos.

For inspiration, here are several CMC alumni and students who shared some favorite moments with us.

Sunny streetscape

When it came time to title the Lowe Institute’s annual Inland Empire economic forecast, Prof. Manfred Keil decided that “Here Comes the Sun” encapsulated the outlook for 2021.

Portrait of CMC Mathematics Prof. Helen Wong

The Simons Foundation has awarded CMC Prof.

Portrait of Heather Antecol on campus

Prof. Heather Antecol, a distinguished economics scholar whose influential research on labor economics is recognized on a global scale, has been named Claremont McKenna College’s new Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty.

Antecol, the Boswell Professor of Economics, is the former chair of the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, former director of the Berger Institute, and the most recent chair of the college’s Administration Committee.

She began her new role this past Monday, February 22.

A 3x3 Zoom grid of CMC staff and faculty participating in Spring Family Connection

CMC families eager for the chance to walk in their students’ shoes, have had the perfect opportunity at Spring Family Connections, which kicked off Monday, Feb. 15 with a town hall meeting and Q&A with CMC President Hiram Chodosh.

Sarah Sarzynski, associate professor of history, is teaching “The Amazon” this spring

Across the CMC curriculum, members of our faculty are meeting the challenge of these unprecedented and historic times, delivering exceptional coursework in a fully online modality for the spring semester. In our Academic Innovations series of faculty Q&As, professors share their curricular highlights, best practices, and how students are helping to shape virtual learning for a memorable, collaborative academic experience.

Gabbrielle Johnson, assistant professor of philosophy, is teaching “Intro to Philosophy: Science, Technology, and Human Values” and “Psychology of Bias” this spring

Across the CMC curriculum, members of our faculty are meeting the challenge of these unprecedented and historic times, delivering exceptional coursework in a fully online modality for the spring semester. In our Academic Innovations series of faculty Q&As, professors share their curricular highlights, best practices, and how students are helping to shape virtual learning for a memorable, collaborative academic experience.

Professors Zach Courser '99 and Eric Hellan stand with their Policy Lab research team

Across the CMC curriculum, members of our faculty are meeting the challenge of these unprecedented and historic times, delivering exceptional coursework in a fully online modality for the spring semester. In our Academic Innovations series of faculty Q&As, professors share their curricular highlights, best practices, and how students are helping to shape virtual learning for a memorable, collaborative academic experience.

Prof. Jennifer Taw is teaching Honors Introduction to International Relations this spring

Across the CMC curriculum, members of our faculty are meeting the challenge of these unprecedented and historic times, delivering exceptional coursework in a fully online modality for the spring semester. In our Academic Innovations series of faculty Q&As, professors share their curricular highlights, best practices, and how students are helping to shape virtual learning for a memorable, collaborative academic experience.

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Across the CMC curriculum, members of our faculty are meeting the challenge of these unprecedented and historic times, delivering exceptional coursework in a fully online modality for the spring semester. In our Academic Innovations series of faculty Q&As, professors share their curricular highlights, best practices, and how students are helping to shape virtual learning for a memorable, collaborative academic experience.

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