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Holding the shovel in this December 1965 photo is Elisabeth Helm Rosecrans. She and her husband William S. Rosecrans were great supporters of CGU. The endowed Elisabeth Helm Rosecrans Professor of World Politics & Political Economy is named after her. William served as a member of the Claremont Graduate School and University Center’s Board of Fellows from 1940 to 1965. The Rosecrans Tower and Court, next to Hagelbarger’s, is named after him. ‪#‎CGU90‬ ‪#‎TBT‬
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Claremont Graduate University is pleased to announce the finalists for the $100,000 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award and the $10,000 Kate Tufts Discovery Award for 2016. The awards are among the world’s most generous and distinguished prizes for books of #poetry.
Subscribe to News RSS. Finalists announced for the $100000 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award and the $10000 Kate Tufts Discovery Award. Monday, January 25, 2016. Claremont Graduate University (CGU) is pleased to announce the finalists for the $100000 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award and the $10000 Kate ...
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We asked some of our new students to tell us what brought them to CGU:
“Professor Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi brought me to CGU. He’s my adviser. I’m very interested in ‘flow’ and working with him as well as Jeanne Nakamura. They’re both my advisers. So it worked out brilliantly for me.” - Joe Lambert, Positive Developmental Psychology.
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It's that time of year when our neighborhoods and shopping centers are illuminated with ornate displays of Christmas lights. But when did this American tradition start and who is responsible for it? CGU history student Kerri Dean has researched the cultural phenomenon, and she explains its rise in the Flame magazine.
Kerri Dean completed her master’s degree at CGU in 2015 and is currently a doctoral student in the history department. Her master’s thesis, “Christmas Lights in America: The Intersections of a Modern Christmas, American Culture, and Postwar Suburbia,” focuses on the history of Christmas lights and their importance to American culture throughout the twentieth century. …
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Meet Jeffrey Yip, a new professor in the Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences. Yip's research examines the psychological foundations of effective leadership.
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We asked some of our new students to tell us what brought them to #CGU:

“People say that for your master’s what is most important is your rapport with your teacher. Especially a studio teacher, and I really like the teachers here.”

- Ria Mukund, MA, Positive Organizational Psychology and Evaluation.

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We asked some of our new students to tell us what brought them to #CGU:

 “I like the interdisciplinary approaches and how the faculty has a really good one-on-one relationship with students.”
- Joseph Ruanto-Ramiraz, PhD, Cultural Studies.

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This is Annie Arcuri, who is enrolled in CGU’s master’s program in positive organizational psychology and evaluation. She recently shared her reasons for coming here.

“I came to CGU because I was interested in industrial and organizational psychology in general, but—more specifically—in the organizational component of it. CGU is one of the few places where I could get a degree with the organizational [component] without having to learn about the industrial [component]. And I’m also really interested in positive psychology, so I got to replace something that I wasn’t interested in with something that I was interested in.” ‪#‎StudentsofCGU‬
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Nonso Nibo is a Drucker School of Management student who started this spring to pursue his MBA. He recently shared with us his reasons for coming to CGU: “The main reason was the atmosphere. I heard a lot of good things about the faculty here, and just to have that student life that I keep hearing about. I think that in itself was the main reason that I came here. I love to meet new people and the atmosphere is friendly, and that’s the type of place that I want to be in to further my education.” #StudentsOfCGU
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We asked some of our new students to tell us what brought them to #CGU:

“The prestige, the culture. I came from another private university in La Verne and came over here to better myself. A lot of opportunity here.”
- Joel Petty, Education.

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We asked some of our new students to tell us what brought them to CGU:

“I really like the consortium, and how everything works together. We have the opportunity to take classes at other campuses. You don't get to see that in other programs. The faculty are so personal; one gave me their cell phone number. Coming from a public school you don't really receive that kind of attention. I’m confident I’ll be very happy here and very successful.”

- Skylar Hanson, MPH, Leadership and Management, School of Community and Global Health.

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We asked some of our new students to tell us what brought them to CGU.

“The program in positive psychology is kind of new and it’s really big at CGU—it’s one of the biggest in America. There’s so many faculty here.”
- Ryan Cheuk Miag Cheung, MA, Positive Psychology

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Zohair Al-Sharshani
a month ago
The faculty are amazing and CGU is an awesome.
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3 years ago
In my department, the professors are nice, but there is no career preparation. I don't know a single person in my department who got a tenure track professor job after graduating, and no one ever talked to us about it in classes. It's not worth paying $50-100K for a Ph.D. if you aren't going to be prepared to get a better job because of it. I hate to say that, but in this economy, it's true. Most of my classmates say they don't think they ever be out of debt... the program cost too much, and we are paid too little as adjunct professors, and none of us so far have gotten tenure, despite years of trying. The setting (Claremont, CA) is nice and the teachers are kind, but unless you are independently wealthy, you probably can't afford (like me) to pay so much for a program where there is no mentorship or career preparation. For as much money as we pay, they could afford to give us more practical advice, but they don't. This does not seem to be the case in other departments (like Education and Business), but please, avoid the Humanities department. I will be paying off this mistake for a long, long time. :(
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The school is great and faculty are amazing.
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