When John Howell ’71 needs to get away from it all, he disappears into the San Gabriel Mountains. Now his job is to preserve that environment for plants and wildlife as well. More »
Three weeks in four minutes: Morgan Winston ’14 captures her time in Central America with Occidental’s Tropical Field Ecology course. Students and faculty hiked, volunteered, caved, and snorkeled through Costa Rica and Panama to design and conduct research.
Occidental College will hold its first-ever Undergraduate Research Fair Sept. 22-23 as part of an ongoing effort to explore new ways to integrate student research into the curriculum, particularly in the humanities, arts and social sciences.
Interdisciplinary theater artist Daniel Alexander Jones will bring his JOMAMA JONES: RADIATE – the triumphant return of the legendary soul singer you can’t quite remember, but will never forget – to Occidental College’s Thorne Hall for one night only on Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Mobility, not geology as previously thought, is the key to avian biodiversity in much of Central and South America, according to new research published today in the journal Nature and co-authored by an Occidental College biologist.