Service Awards Honor Longtime Cal Poly Pomona Employees


Service Awards Honor Longtime Cal Poly Pomona Employees
Glenn Stewart, a professor in the Biological Sciences department, receives his 40 years of service pin from President J. Michael Ortiz during the 2003 Service Awards ceremony.

Nearly 200 faculty and staff were honored for their years of service to Cal Poly Pomona at the Fall Conference 2003 Service Awards ceremony presented by Staff Council on Sept. 22.

Twenty-six employees were given pins for their 30 years of service to the university. Recognized for the longest university service this year was Biological Sciences professor Glenn Stewart who received his 40-year pin. Stewart began his career at Cal Poly Pomona in 1963, the same year the university, led by its first President Julian A. McPhee, held a dedication ceremony for the $2 million administration building, now known as Building 1.

To view a list of this year?s faculty and staff Service Award recipients, click here.