February 2004

Archives for February 2004.

UNIVERSITY BUDGET WORKSHOPS –

As part of our continued commitment to engage the university community on ways to mitigate the effects of the 2004-05 state budget, everyone is invited to participate in either of two special workshops. The first will take place on Monday, March 8, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Ursa Major Suite (Bronco Student Center). The second will be on Thursday, March 11, from 2-4 p.m. in the same venue.
An Urgent Message to the Campus Community Regarding the Bagle.j Worm Spreading on E-mail

An Urgent Message to the Campus Community Regarding the Bagle.j Worm Spreading on E-mail

All users of Microsoft Windows operating systems are vulnerable to a new mass-mailing worm spreading across the Internet. At Cal Poly Pomona, the Bagle.j worm masquerades as an official csupomona e-mail, asking users to open the attachment. Opening the attachment allows the same message to be sent to all e-mail contacts on the victim machine and can create additional problems.
Debbi McFall

Debbi McFall

Debbi McFall, emergency services coordinator, University Police; Dave Johnson, director, Judicial Affairs; Ray Inge, associate vice president, Human Resource Services & Risk Programs; Diane Sands, coordinator, Stop Violence Office; Kim Plater, retired chief of police, University Police; and Michael Guerin, chief of police, University Police ? all members of the university?s Workplace Violence Team ? trained managers and staff at the CSU Chancellor?s Office in Long Beach on Feb. 19. Cal Poly Pomona?s Workplace Violence Team, a group that has established a reputation for effective training, response and intervention, presented role playing exercises to help managers and staff identify and respond to potential workplace violence

Iris Levine

Iris Levine chair, Music, conducted the performance of Vox Femina at the American Chorale Directors Conference on Feb. 27 in Las Vegas, Nev. She will conduct another concert on March 11 in Claremont.

Peg Lamphier

Peg Lamphier, lecturer, Interdisciplinary General Education, has authored “Kate Chase and William Sprague: Politics and Gender in a Civil War Marriage,” published by University of Nebraska Press, December 2003.