November 2002

Archives for November 2002.

Friday, 11/29/2002

Friday, 11/29/2002



John Fuire of Prime Contract Sales demonstrates the recline feature on a desk chair for Cathy Harper during the Annual Office Products Fair at the Darlene May Gymnasium. The event, hosted by Procurement and Support Services and Office Depot, provides an opportunity for faculty and staff to hear the latest information on new office products as well as receive free samples and refreshments.

Wednesday, 11/27/2002

Wednesday, 11/27/2002



Othello (Allen Fortes) contemplates murdering his wife, Desdemona (Ashley Opstad) in the Cal Poly Pomona theatre department's presentation of Shakespeare's Othello. The play, directed by Linda Bisesti, ran from November 14 through the 24.

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Monday, 11/25/2002

Monday, 11/25/2002



Rose Queen Alexandra Wucetich, center and her court pay a visit to the Collins School at Cal Poly Pomona. Wucetich is a 17 year old Senior at San Marino High School.

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COMMUNIQUE: A message from Bob H. Suzuki

Greetings… The quarter is rapidly coming to a close and the campus is taking on its traditional fall look. It is truly a beautiful time at Cal Poly Pomona. I want to use this edition of Communiqu¿¿ to bring all of you up to date on some key university issues, including the 2002-03 priorities that I addressed at Fall Conference.
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Free HIV Testing

In recognition of World AIDS Awareness Day, the Office of Student Life and Cultural Centers, in conjunction with Student Health Services, will offer free HIV testing on Nov. 26 and 27. Testing will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 26, from noon to 1 p.m., in the Asian Pacific Islander Student Center Conference Room, and on Wednesday, Nov. 27, from noon to 1 p.m., in the University Union Dining Alcove. This year's World AIDS Awareness Day theme is HIV/AIDS: Stigma and Discrimination. The event will culminate in a speaker's panel on Nov. 27 at noon in the University Union Lecture Room.

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Angel Tree Project

Join in making this holiday season memorable for hundreds of needy children by participating in the Golden Key chapter's annual Angel Tree Project. The group is asking for new and unwrapped toys or clothing for infants to 18-year-olds. Monetary gifts are also accepted; make checks out to Golden Key. Donations can be dropped in one of the many boxes dispursed throughout campus buildings. The gifts will be donated to the El Monte Emergency Resource Association. For more information, contact Lisa Quan, project coordinator, at (626) 487-7777 or send an e-mail to quan_lisa@yahoo.com.

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Frederick Gallegos

Frederick 
Gallegos , audit adviser, Computer Information Systems, spoke on ?IT Governance, Methods, Metrics and Techniques? on Nov. 18, at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Bank Technology Training and Roundtable in Dallas, Texas. He also recently authored two articles. The first, a feature article entitled, ?Maintaining IT Audit Proficiency ? The Role of Professional Development Planning,? appeared in the Information Systems Control Journal, Vol. 6, 2002. The second, entitled ?Due Professional Care,? was published in the Accounting World, August 2002, published by the Institute of Chartered Financial Analyst of India. Gallegos appeared in the Internal Auditor Magazine, October 2002, ?Computers and Auditing Department? and