Why Caltech?

Why Caltech?

From David Tytell (BS ’99), President of the Caltech Alumni Association

90 Years of GPS

90 Years of GPS

Highlights from nine decades of alumni impact in the Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences

Something New Under the Sun

Something New Under the Sun

How research into a crippling African weed may be leading the way to a new green revolution

Life in Transition

Life in Transition

As she steps down as CEO of the Anita Borg Institute, Telle Whitney (PhD '85) reflects on her career in tech-and the path ahead for the next generation of women

The 2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards

The 2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards

First presented in 1966, the awards recognize a particular achievement of noteworthy value, a series of such achievements, or a career of noteworthy accomplishment

Turning the Tide

Turning the Tide

Oil spill expert CJ Beegle-Krause (BS ’82) on her circuitous academic career, responding to Deepwater Horizon, and the art of predicting spills

Unhackable Rights

Unhackable Rights

How John Sarapata (BS ’87) and Google's Jigsaw project are using technology to defend free speech and fight terrorism

Breath of Life

Breath of Life

Dan Lieberman (PhD ’05) and his team are working to bring oxygen to children at risk of dying from pneumonia in the developing world

Animating Forces

Animating Forces

These Caltech alumni help create the animated films that captivate our imaginations

The Laureates

The Laureates

This year, four members of the Caltech community, including two alumni, were honored with Nobel Prizes— bringing Caltech’s alumni and faculty total to 38

The Stack

The Stack

Think you still got what it takes? Here are a few problem sets from alumni who are currently professors at Caltech. 

Required Reading

Required Reading

Techers share their favorite books and podcasts

In Memoriam

In Memoriam

We mourn the loss of the following members of our Caltech alumni family