1. Judith Rodin & Hiram E. Chodosh


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    • Jessica Dang: The Conversation Starts with You


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      Jessica Dang '13 currently works in the ESPN Technology Program Management division located in Bristol, Connecticut. She began her career in program management at Disney Interactive, the digital entertainment segment of The Walt Disney Company. Prior to joining Disney, Jessica taught in an elementary school and conducted research on emotional intelligence at Yale. After moving across the country twice, this proud alumna is excited to return to campus and share her experiences with the CMC community.

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      • Jared Thomas: Educating, Connecting, and Empowering


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        Jared Thomas ’15 is a cofounder of Code For Humanity, an organization that teaches basic web development and technology skills in developing countries. He is currently in his final year at CMC as a PPA (Philosophy and Public Affairs) major studying Ethics, Economics, and Government. Jared is also an avid fan of the Seattle Mariners, Appleby Hall, and traveling to new places.

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        • Clancy Tripp: Bread and Circuses: The Power of Satirical Writing in Leadership


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          Clancy Tripp m’15 is a CMC senior majoring in Literature and Film Studies with a sequence in Gender Studies. She is the Editor-in-Chief (Satire Tyrant) of The Golden Antlers, the founder of CMC Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, and a lover of writing as evidenced by her on-campus job at the Center for Writing and Public Discourse. After graduation, she plans to both apply for her Masters in Fine Arts in creative nonfiction and work in an educational nonprofit.

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          • Patrick Atwater: Towards a More Human Education Ecosystem


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            Educated in California's K-12 public schools, Patrick Atwater has worked to support that system in a variety of philanthropic and professional endeavors since graduating from CMC. He served as a high school student mentor, young professional linked learning organizer and most recently as a nonprofit Director of the Los Angeles Education Partnership. In addition, Patrick worked as an analyst on millions of dollars in school refunding debt. And he helped launch Stag Hunt's human education challenge with a few friends to surface approaches to ensure public schools meet the unique needs of every child. He currently studies and conducts research at the Center for Urban Science and Progress at NYU.

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            • 2014 Forum for the Future Conference Video | Leading the Conversation


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              The focus of this year’s Forum for the Future was Leading the Conversation. We started the day with a welcome breakfast in the Athenaeum, where we heard from President Chodosh, Chair of the Board of Trustees David Mgrublian ’82 P’11, various other senior staff members, and ASCMC President Ben Tillotson ’15 regarding the state of the College. The conference theme was further explored in various table discussions, where Forum members were able to offer constructive feedback to CMC Public Affairs, Advancement, and Admission staff members on issues facing the College, with a special focus on internal and external communication. After lunch, the conference continued with ForumTalks, in which Forum members Patrick Atwater ’10 and Jessica Dang ’13 and current CMC students Jared Thomas ’15 and Clancy Tripp ’15 were given a chance to discuss their experiences on a wide variety of topics, such as “Educating, Connecting, and Empowering,” “The Conversation Starts with You,” “Towards a More Human Education Ecosystem,” and “Bread and Circuses: The Power of Satirical Writing in Leadership.” The day continued with a session on communication and leadership with Professor Ron Riggio P’10. The evening finished off with a networking reception with CMC students, a barbecue tailgate, the Homecoming football game against La Verne, and Monte Carlo.

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              • The State of Claremont McKenna College


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                A Picture Worth a Thousand Words: Along with more traditional reporting methods, CMC welcomed a graphic recorder to transform the high energy of Forum for the Future and the inaugural ImpactCMC Weekend (October 10-11) into a pictorial account of ideas discussed during the event, which will take place annually in the fall. The artist's board especially captures the breakfast conversation between CMC President Hiram Chodosh and Board of Trustees Chair David Mgrublian '82 P'11 on the College's foremost priorities and achievements. The pair not only provided an Athenaeum audience of more than 200 with an overview of the state of the College (enrollment and admission rates, endowment returns, building projects, fundraising goals for The Student Imperative), they also discussed CMC's future direction and its unique philosophical mission in higher education (social impact, creative innovation and leadership, engagement across disciplines). "We've never had a 'let's do liberal arts for its own sake' approach at CMC," Chodosh told the audience. Visualized by Ink Factory - inkfactorystudio.com

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                • Save the Date | Forum for the Future Conference 2014 - Leading the Conversation


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                  They say it is impossible to become a great leader without first being a great communicator. The process of relaying one’s intentions, feelings, ideas, and commands must not focus on one’s self, but seek to involve the listener. The same can be said of the Forum. It is intentional and provokes the most important dialogues at Claremont McKenna College. Leading the Conversation is about more than just talking. It is about transforming information into a relevant medium that can reach the intended receiver, and do so in a manner that is compelling, honest, and leads others to action. It is in the best interest of the college to develop leaders with a keen awareness of the messages it is sending and ensure that these messages are compelling enough to engage the intended recipients. Forum for the Future seeks to evaluate this aim and continue developing it members so they might actively and meaningfully contribute to the life of the college and their respective communities. Add your voice to the conversation at this year’s conference on Saturday, October 11, 2014.

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                    Robert A. Day is the Founder and Chairman of The TCW Group, Inc., a Los Angeles-based investment management firm with more than $150 billion in assets under management. He is also Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of the W.M. Keck Foundation, one of the nation's largest philanthropic organizations, with assets of more than $1.5 billion. Day graduated from Claremont McKenna College in 1965 and started his career with the investment banking firm White, Weld and Company in New York. In 1971 he founded Trust Company of the West with just $2 million in client assets under management. Among Day's many other affiliations, he is a member of the Board of Directors of Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold; a director of Société Générale; and a member of The Business Council, The Brookings Institution, and The Center for Strategic & International Studies. Day is also a Member and former Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Claremont McKenna College. In September 2007, Day pledged a $200 million personal gift to Claremont McKenna to create the Robert Day Scholars Program. This was the largest recorded gift to a liberal arts institution, the largest gift in the field of finance and economics, and among the top 20 largest gifts ever given to a college or university.

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                    • Claremont McKenna College Department of Mathematical Sciences


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                      What is mathematics? Why should you become a math major at CMC? Hopefully this video answers (at least partially) these questions and more.

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