Newsroom (page 4)

September 28, 2022

Sophie Schwartsman ’22 Named to Venture for America Baltimore Cohort

Schwartsman will work at ARMR Systems, a startup that produces hemorrhage control systems for traumatic battlefield injuries.

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Three Scripps Faculty Named to Claremont Faculty Leadership Program

The CFLP aims to prepare Claremont Colleges faculty to shape positive institutional change by developing their key skills for successful, sustainable, and inclusive leadership.

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September 26, 2022

In the Media: Christina Lindal ’07 Named President of Major Construction Company, Forbes Reports

Lindal is the first woman to lead the company and one of a small number of women leaders in the construction and manufacturing industry.

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September 23, 2022

Preethi Rao ’24 Uses We Act Grant to Develop Public Health Podcast

Rao says the rapid development of the podcast and growth of their audience wouldn’t be possible without the We Act Grant funding.

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September 22, 2022

CMS Athenas Volleyball Retains Top Spot in NCAA Division III Coaches’ Poll

The Athenas have held the prime spot in the NCAA Division III coaches’ poll since September 6.

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September 20, 2022

In the Media: DeMethra LaSha Bradley’s Dean Appointment Announced in Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education announced DeMethra LaSha Bradley’s appointment to vice president of student affairs and dean of students at Scripps.

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September 19, 2022

Evelyn Ross ’09 to Be Inducted into CMS Hall of Fame

Ross, a cross-country and track and field athlete for the CMS Athenas, helped both teams win five combined Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) championships.

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September 16, 2022

Academic Convocation Celebrates a New Academic Year

Frederick Hard Chair in English Literature and Professor of English Aaron Matz delivered the keynote speech on the importance of keeping the eventualities of history in view, especially for students of literature and politics.

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In the Media: Scripps Joins New Schuler Access Initiative Cohort, Forbes Reports

The initiative is a multimillion-dollar investment to increase enrollment of students with limited financial resources and students with undocumented status who are ineligible for federal student aid at top liberal arts colleges in the US.

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September 14, 2022

Scripps to Receive $15 Million Grant to Increase Scholarship Aid

The Schuler Education Foundation will provide a transformative matching challenge grant of up to $15 million to inspire the Scripps community to give, resulting in a total of $30 million in new financial aid.

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