From David Tytell (BS ’99), President of the Caltech Alumni Association
How Ian Agol (BS ’92) put the finishing stroke on a three-decades-old grand vision of mathematics—for which he won the 2016 Breakthrough Prize.
As a reporter for NPR’s science desk, Michaeleen Doucleff (BS ’98) is quickly gaining a reputation for journalism that ranges from quirky to daring.
Neuroscientist Sam Wang (BS ’86) became famous for his hobby—-analyzing elections. Like many others, he predicted Hillary Clinton would win. Wang was so confident in the data, he then made a promise he would have to fulfill...
Last year, the Institute partnered with the Caltech Alumni Association to conduct an extensive survey—our first ever to include both undergraduate and graduate alumni.
But Joe Zadeh (PhD ’10) is very much human—and he strives to ensure the home-sharing service has a highly personal touch.
We brought together two Techers who branched into the realm of writing science fiction
Original Short Story by S.B. Divya (BS ’96)
The Caltech Alumni Association prepares to welcome the class of 2017. Nikita Sirohi (BS ’17) shares a few thoughts about her next steps.
With more than 150 events held across the nation, including faculty lectures, reunions, career-networking opportunities, and social outings, it’s been a busy year for Caltech alumni.
Download this illustration—by the same artist who produced the “Grand Tour” and "Mars" posters for NASA—to celebrate the impact of our alumni.