Claremont Graduate University Appoints Health Care Economist Deborah A. Freund as President

Professor Deborah A. Freund has been appointed the 15th president of Claremont Graduate University (CGU) by the university’s Board of Trustees. Freund will be the first woman to serve as president of the California university. Freund was vice chancellor and provost at Syracuse University... - July 16, 2010

CGU Art hosts Annual Open Studios on April 25

The Claremont Graduate University is pleased to announce their Spring 2010 Open Studios event on Sunday April 25th from 1pm-5pm at CGU Art, 251 E. Tenth St. in Claremont. - April 17, 2010

Peter Boyer Commissioned by the Boston Pops Orchestra to Compose a Work on the Kennedy Brothers

Claremont Graduate University’s Peter Boyer has been commissioned by the Boston Pops Orchestra to compose a work entitled, "The Dream Lives On: A Portrait of the Kennedy Brothers," which will be premiered during the Pops’ annual series from May 18 to 22. - March 11, 2010

D.A. Powell and Beth Bachmann Win Prestigious Kingsley and Kate Tufts Poetry Award for 2010

Claremont Graduate University's top prize - February 06, 2010

CGU Professor Kim Reynolds' Team Receives $5.5 Million from the National Institute of Health for Study on Obesity Intervention for Teens

The study is expected to take five years to complete, at which time, Reynolds says he hopes the study will yield unique insights into strategies for behavior modification. - December 02, 2009

New Insights Between Marijuana Use and Parental Involvement

Parental involvement in the lives of their teens is strongly associated with reduced marijuana use in their children, according to a new study by Claremont Graduate University Professor of Psychology William Crano, PhD. - November 26, 2009

CGU Receives Grant to Begin Professionally Integrated Graduate-Level Certificate Program in Autism

The School of Education’s Teacher Education Internship Program received a $28,230 grant from the Change Happens Foundation to support a certificate program for the professional development of service providers in the field of autism and autism research. The three-course program is the only of its kind at the graduate level, and is greatly needed, as there has been a huge increase in autism diagnosis. - August 22, 2009

The Claremont Center for Mathematical Sciences Awarded $341,000 from the Fletcher Jones Foundation

Claremont is home to some of the United States' top math researchers. - July 24, 2009

Claremont Graduate University Announces New MBA/MPH Dual Degree; Classes Begin in Fall 2009

Claremont Graduate University is now offering a dual MBA/MPH degree program beginning in fall of 2009, one of ten programs in the United States. This new offering will join the expertise and strengths of CGU’s Drucker School of Management with its new School of Community and Global Health. The CGU MBA/MPH degree is based in Southern California. - June 10, 2009

Claremont Graduate University's Health Information Management Program Receives CAHIIM Approval

CAHIIM is the accrediting commission established in 2004 by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), designed to identify and maintain minimal education standards for health informatics and health information management programs. - May 30, 2009

Health ATMs a Novel Pilot Program in Los Angeles

Uninsured LA residents can now schedule doctor visits, check their records and order medicine through a touchscreen application in community clinics. - March 11, 2009

Department of Education Funds PULSE Program to Train California Teachers in Special Education

Phase Two Targets Training of Personnel to Teach Students with Moderate/Severe Disabilities. - September 13, 2008

CGU Announces New School of Community and Global Health

Experts in preventive health aim to impact health care spending and save lives. - July 25, 2008

BusinessWeek’s John Byrne and City Year’s Allison Graff-Weisner Join the Drucker Institute’s Board of Advisors

Claremont Graduate University's Institute Continues to Add Successful People. - April 12, 2008

Claremont Hosts Conference on Personal Health Record Revolution

Researchers in medicine, technology and policy converge in Southern California to analyze electronic health database implementation. - April 09, 2008

Claremont Graduate University Conference Tackles Religious Stereotypes and Predjudices

CGU, one of the top graduate schools in California, has shaped its School of Religion around solving problems through cross-faith dialog. - April 03, 2008

Claremont Colleges Form New Center for Mathematics

Led by Claremont Graduate University, the new Math Center will involve all seven Claremont Colleges, taking advantage of their 50-plus faculty and more than 300 students. - March 14, 2008

Claremont Graduate University the Only MFA Students Invited to Los Angeles Art Show for Second Consecutive Year

CGU's MFA students have been invited back to the LA Arts Show to display their works. Only university to be invited to this prestigious exhibition. - January 27, 2008

Claremont Graduate University's Drucker Institute Director to be Featured in BusinessWeek

Director Rick Wartzman will pen bi-monthly column, "The Drucker Difference" - September 15, 2007

Research in Molecular Design Could Have Implications for Evolutionary Genetics

Alpan Raval's paper, “Molecular Clock on a Neutral Network,” has been accepted by the prestigious physics journal, Physical Review Letters. - September 01, 2007

Claremont Researchers Receive Two Federal Grants to Study Organ Donation

Eusabio Alvaro and Jason Siegel's nearly $1.9 million from US Department of Health and Human Services will fund potentially life-saving research - August 26, 2007

Claremont's Center for Neuroeconomics Awards First Paper Prize

Director Paul J. Zak says Vanderbilt student Josh Buckholtz nailed his research - August 10, 2007

Rick Wartzman Named Director of The Drucker Institute

Late Peter Drucker's archives and outreach program gets a big boost. - July 26, 2007

Claremont Home to Area’s First IT Focused Health Information Management Degree

Claremont Graduate University School of Information Systems and Technology has recognized the need for quality education in this field, and in September of 2007 will begin a groundbreaking Master’s degree program in HIM. - July 20, 2007

Paul Zak Awarded Million-Dollar Grant to Study Virtues

Templeton Foundation Grant Supports Researcher's Studies of Neuroeconomics - June 21, 2007

Claremont Graduate University Professor's Tech Grant to Help Autism

Web-enabled devices would allow parents to load personalized images and texts onto PDA's to be used by autistic children. - June 01, 2007

2007 Claremont Graduate University National Scholars Announced

Best of the brightest in Orange County accept scholarships; Will attend in Fall 2007 - May 27, 2007

Commencement Forum on Quality of Life Brings in Big Names in Field of Science

Some of the most influential names in science are coming to Claremont Graduate University for a forum entitled, “Science and the Quality of Life.” The May 11 event is considered groundbreaking within the field of psychology, as three people who have impacted policy will join psychology... - April 30, 2007

Claremont Graduate University's E-Health Policy Forum in Washington, DC to Address Needs of Disability Community

Recent Kay Center Survey confirms that disabled community has strong interest in electronic personal health solutions; Claremont the only institution in the nation adressing this need. - April 19, 2007

Claremont Graduate University Announces Doctoral Degree in Positive Psychology

Researchers Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Jeanne Nakamura will lead Claremont Graduate University's new doctorate in Positive Psychology, set to begin this fall. Csikszentmihalyi is the author of the bestseller "Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience." - March 15, 2007

2007 Tufts Awards Winners Announced

Claremont Graduate University in Southern California has announced its winners for the Kingsley and Kate Tufts Awards. Rodney Jones of Carbondale, Illinois won the $100,000 Kingsley Tufts Award and Eric McHenry of Seattle won the $10,000 Kate Tufts Discovery Award. - February 15, 2007

Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka to Speak at Claremont Graduate University on January 17

The Institute for Signifying Scriptures Welcomes 1986 Nobel Prize Winner for Literature. - January 09, 2007

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