From refugee and humanitarian crises to cyber security issues, our society faces more challenges than ever before. To tackle these modern challenges, we need modern solutions — and oftentimes, science has the answer. The number of women in STEM has been steadily increasing, with a 31 percent increase between 2011
“What are you majoring in?” Lizette Gonzalez PO ’27 has advice about finding pride in one’s passion-driven major, despite people’s reactions to it.
Pomona alumni and scientist Katie Pollard was elected to the National Academy of Medicine for her groundbreaking work in biology.
While STEM subjects are great, the humanities and social sciences deserve to be recognized too, writes Zeean Firmeza PO ’26.
After a groundbreaking ceremony in May 2022, construction is well underway on the Nucleus, a collaborative endeavor between Scripps College and Pitzer College to expand the W.M. Keck Science Center which currently hosts both colleges’ STEM departments.
As its first step toward doubling its campus, Claremont McKenna College hosted a groundbreaking event for the Robert Day Sciences Center on Sept. 30. Slated to open in the fall 2024, the new building will replace a baseball field at the southwest corner of East 9th Street and Claremont Boulevard.
Our culture around science allows pharmaceutical companies to exploit us unquestioned, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
Pomona College Dean and Professor of Geology Robert Gaines now has a fossil named after him, one that he helped discover in 2018.
Even while online, 5C Science Bus provides elementary-aged students with opportunities to explore science topics through engaging, in-depth activities.
Gene editing can improve our lives in multiple ways if used under strict regulation, argues Leah Voudouri PO ’24.