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April 13, 2017

More Scripps Spring Newsletter Is Out Now

The latest issue covering the stories behind the Campaign for Scripps College is now available.

April 7, 2017

Ken Gonzales-Day Named 2017 Guggenheim Fellow

Scripps College professor of art and photographer Ken Gonzales-Day is among 173 scholars, artists, and scientists from the U.S. and Canada who have been named a Guggenheim Fellow for 2017.

April 6, 2017

Armstrong team’s poster presentation a winner

Scripps College professor of biology Jennifer Armstrong recently attended the 58th Annual Drosophila Research Conference in San Diego, CA, and reports that her students received recognition for best poster presentation by an undergraduate student: Scripps student Meredith Nix (right) was an author on the poster, and Tram Bui (CMC) won second place for her presentation of the […]

April 5, 2017

Haley Wilhelm ’16 Named IES Study Abroad Ambassador of the Year

Scripps College alumna Haley Wilhelm ’16 was recently chosen among hundreds of IES study abroad students as one of the 2017 Abroad Ambassadors of the Year.

April 3, 2017

Katherine Schwab ’76 Receives Distinguished Faculty Award at Fairfield University

Scripps College alumna Katherine Schwab '76 was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Award at Fairfield University's Annual Awards Dinner in New York City on March 30, 2017.

March 29, 2017

Prof. Martha Gonzalez and Quetzal Band’s Album Release is Featured in LA Weekly

Scripps College professor and Chicana artivista Martha Gonzalez and band Quetzal launch new album and urge artists to "say something that means something" in the era of Trump.

March 27, 2017

Pink Corraline Algae Holds Secrets of Climates Past According to Research by Professor Branwen Williams

Scripps College assistant professor Branwen Williams’ knowledge about how temperature changes and water chemistry affect sea coral was highlighted in a March 2017 article in Smithsonian.com magazine.

March 21, 2017

Jessica Johnston is Two-Day Winner on Jeopardy! Quiz Show

Scripps College admission counselor Jessica Johnston was recently a two-day Jeopardy! winner, and credits her undergraduate experience as a women's college student for her hard-won abilities and interests in history and politics.

March 15, 2017

Ayesha Chugh ’09 aka DJ Ayes Cold Featured in the Washington Post

Ayesha Chugh ’09 calls Washington, D.C. home but her frequent family moves as a child contributed to a worldly, personal collection of music and to her ultimate gig as a music D.J.

March 13, 2017

Expanded Eyesight, Not Limbs, Led Fish Onto Land 385 Millions Years Ago According to New Research by Professor Lars Schmitz

400 million years ago, fish made the evolutionary leap from water to land. How and why they did was the subject of a recent study by Claremont Colleges professor Lars Schmitz and Northwestern University colleague Malcolm MacIver.