Professor of Art Nancy Macko has spent the last two decades delving into gender symbolism offered by honeybees’ female-governed and highly successful social structures. Her current work focuses on the political and ecological realities of bee survival and was recently covered by KCET Artbound.Read More
KPCC 89.3 FM’s culture show, The Frame, features Professor of Art Ken Gonzales-Day as he discusses his newest art show exploring a dark chapter of California’s early history: the lynchings of hundreds of Mexican and Chinese immigrants.Read More
Los Angeles Times Art Critic Favorably Reviews Scripps College Professor Ken Gonzales-Day’s Newest Show
The Los Angeles Times reviews Professor of Art Ken Gonzales-Day’s newest art show, “Run Up,” which also includes a short film depicting the last known lynching of a Mexican immigrant in California.Read More
While on the vessel Bell Shimada, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science Branwen Williams and Devyn Parks ’15 survey the choppy ocean waters as they embark on an ambitious study of deep-sea corals off the Channel Islands.Read More
While escorted to her â€˜throne’ on The Motley stage, a student presented Mary Hatcher-Skeers with a bright yellow “Professor of the Year” sash as an appreciative crowd cheered her on.
One by one, students approached a nearby microphone to express their gratitude for her commitment and encouraging words.
Journalist Brad Pomerance, host of the statewide public affairs show “California Edition,” interviews Associate Professor of Biology Jennifer Armstrong to learn more about her cancer research.Read More
The Los Angeles Times profiles the research of Assistant Professor of Environmental Science Branwen Williams, who is studying the history and growth of the coral population in the waters off the Channel Islands.Read More
Scripps College Professor Quoted in Huffington Post Blog Exploring Merits of Interdisciplinary Education
Scripps Professor of Psychology Alan Hartley is quoted in a Huffington Post blog that praises the merits and intricacies of an interdisciplinary education.Read More
Professor of Art Ken Gonzales-Day considers the unfolding events in Ferguson, Missouri in a blog for the Huffington Post.Read More
The online news website Latin Times profiles Scripps College Professor of Art Ken Gonzales-Day for his seminal book Lynching in the West: 1850-1935, which examines lynchings of Latinos in the Southwest.Read More