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December 3, 2018

In the Media: Professor Michael Spezio’s Research on Humility Featured in Blog

The Self, Virtue, and Public Life, a research initiative based at the University of Oklahoma, recently covered the research of Michael Spezio, associate professor of psychology and neuroscience.

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November 27, 2018

Fall Season CMS Athletics Recap

Four CMS fall sports teams won SCIAC regular season and/or SCIAC Tournament championships—marking another successful start to the school year for CMS Athletics. Here’s a rundown of the highlights.

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November 20, 2018

Professors Huang and Roselli Named Co-Directors of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Initiative

This past June, Scripps announced the formation of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Initiative to connect Scripps students to learning opportunities across Southern California. Made possible by an $800,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation, the initiative will fund research fellowships, faculty professional development, and clinic courses developed in collaboration with community organizations throughout the region.

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November 12, 2018

In the News: Scripps Alumna, Trustee Named Vice President for Development at Brown

Scripps College trustee, Patricia Jackson ’82, was named vice president for development at Brown University.

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October 31, 2018

Interview with Enrique Gonzalez-Salgado, Scripps’ New Associate Vice President for Philanthropy

Enrique Gonzalez-Salgado, Scripps’ new associate vice president for philanthropy, reflects on his first visit to campus: “I remember walking by Honnold Gate and reading the inscription that students and alumnae know so well: ‘The paramount obligation of a college is to develop in its students the ability to think clearly and independently, and the ability to live confidently, courageously, and hopefully.’ This commitment to students fortified my interest in working at Scripps.”

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October 22, 2018

In the Media: Professor of Psychology Stacy Wood Gives Advice to Avoid Elder Financial Abuse in U.S. News

Americans are experiencing greater longevity than ever before. But, as older adults live longer lives, the chances increase that this population may lose track of their finances or fall prey to con artists.

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September 13, 2018

Leveraging the Power of a Liberal Arts Education

Sarah Young ’08 believes in the power of a liberal arts education for women.

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September 6, 2018

In the Media: Sean Flynn as “Young Gun” in Inland Empire House Race

The Orange County Registered reported that Associate Professor of Economics, Sean Flynn, was recognized by the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) as a “Young Guns Contender”: a political candidate who has met fundraising goals and programmatic benchmarks in their congressional campaign.

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September 5, 2018

In the Media: Stacey Wood Explains Tactics Used by Fraudsters, Psychology Today

Molly Mason Jones Professor of Psychology Stacey Wood was featured in a blog post in Psychology Today. Wood, whose research focuses on mass-market scams, especially those aimed at older adults, deconstructs common tactics used by scammers, such as affinity, personalization, and calls to authority.

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August 30, 2018

In the Media: California Lawmakers Approve Bill to Require Corporate Boards to Include Women

As reported by The Los Angeles Times, California lawmakers drafted a bill that would require women to be included on the boards of directors of firms headquartered in California by 2019.

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