As of Jun. 30, Claremont Graduate University (CGU) and Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) are no longer partnering with Student Health Services (SHS) and Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services. The shift away from SHS leaves CGU and KGI with exclusively online resources for graduate students and without the option of in-person
Following approval from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) announced on Feb. 22 that its Master of Science in Medical Device Engineering (MSMDE) will shift from a two-year to one-year degree program, effective immediately. MSMDE program director and associate professor Anna Hickerson has been at
On Feb. 23, Dr. Marcia McNutt was announced as Keck Graduate Institute (KGI)’s 2023 commencement speaker. McNutt is the President of the National Academy of Sciences, a non-profit organization dedicated to “providing independent, objective advice to the nation” via science and technology, according to their mission statement. She also received
Updated March 28 at 7:25 p.m. On March 9, Keck Graduate Institute celebrated the official opening of Building 555, which will facilitate KGI’s new degree offerings: a Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies and a doctorate in occupational therapy. The first cohort for the program will be welcomed in
CMC professor Lars Schmitz discovered a new gigantic species of dinosaur-era marine reptile as part of a Keck-funded team.
Keck Graduate Institute rang in the New Year with an update to its spring term plans: the first two weeks of classes will take place online.
In 2018, Keck Graduate Institute announced its plan to found a medical school. Three years later, in August, the school welcomed an inaugural cohort of 22 students to the School of Medicine’s first degree-granting program: a two-year online Master of Science in Community Medicine.
Professors at the Claremont Colleges have reestablished an American Association of University Professors advocacy chapter.
Three fourth-year Keck Graduate Institute pharmacy students were part of the vaccination effort in San Diego earlier this year.
TSL sat down with Larry Grill, dean of research and research professor at Keck Graduate Institute focused on low-cost vaccines for developing countries, to discuss the importance of the COVID-19 vaccines and variants.