The CGU community mourns the recent passing of several alumni whose achievements in education, psychology, information systems, and the arts brought acclaim to their alma mater.
Ellis Cumberbatch was instrumental in building mathematics at CGU and fostering collegiality and cooperation among the math programs of The Claremont Colleges.
The CGU community said goodbye last fall to positive psychology pioneer Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, who devoted his career to answering a simple question: What constitutes a good life?
A company’s mission statement is never enough, say the authors of a new book on management styles. That book is the result of a close student-professor collaboration typical at CGU.
A longtime colleague and friend of the individual known as “the father of flow” felt grief at the news of his passing and gratitude for the many years they spent collaborating.
Drinking might make some people more friendly and generous, but Paul Zak’s new research shows that’s not always the case when a group activity is involved.
An important figure in L.A.’s cultural landscape reflects on her professional journey and her goals for CGU’s Center for Business & Management of the Arts.
Which groups of people were more resilient in coping with the isolation of COVID-19? Kathy Pezdek asked participants in a very small study to let her peek at their diaries.
A new fellowship supporting CGU’s math students honors a trailblazing mathematician whose research on some of today’s biggest challenges shows that she was far ahead of her time.
The pandemic signaled the start of isolation and exile for so many people; but for the Museum Leadership Institute, the perfect remedy was its brand-new networking platform.