March 2004

Archives for March 2004.

Tuesday, 03/30/2004

Tuesday, 03/30/2004



Police Chief Michael Guerin conducts oath of office ceremony during presentation of badges for new Police Officers Renee Marie Foisy and James Tin Ng at Cal Poly Pomona.

Monday, 03/29/2004

Monday, 03/29/2004



Dehlia Feliz hits a backhand during her match against San Francisco State's Elly Swetz. Feliz, playing at the number one singles spot, won 6-1, 6-1 to help the Broncos to a 5-4 team win.

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9/80 SUMMER WORK SCHEDULE –

The recent University Budget Workshops have proven to be a great success, providing a number of excellent ideas to help plan for the 2004-05 state budget. One contribution that was frequently addressed was a condensed work schedule for the summer months. Based on this feedback, I am pleased to introduce a 9/80 summer work schedule for 2004.
Faculty Cap & Gown Rentals

Faculty Cap & Gown Rentals

Cal Poly Pomona faculty will have an opportunity to order their academic regalia rentals April 5-16 in the Bronco Bookstore. Rental orders placed during this time will be delivered before commencement ceremonies in June.
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Celebrating Pride and Excellence

The Pride Center, Pride Alliance Faculty/Staff Association and the Lambda Alumni chapter welcome the campus community to join in ?Celebrating Pride and Excellence? on Wednesday, April 21, at 6 p.m. at the Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch. This annual scholarship dinner honors the achievements and courage of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally students. This event will include a gourmet dinner, fabulous entertainment, an inspiring speaker, an opportunity drawing for prizes, and a chance to spend an evening with old and new friends. Cost to attend is $40. R.S.V.P. by Saturday, April 10. For more information, call the Pride Center at (909) 869-2573 or (909) 869-3064.

Campus Vineyard Preserves Local Vintage History

Campus Vineyard Preserves Local Vintage History

Two years ago, Don Galleano combed the fields in Rancho Cucamonga and selected 400 grapevine cuttings, some of them nearly 100 years old, from the De Ambrogio Ranch vineyard just before it was razed for development. These prize-winning Zinfandels were then potted in Cal Poly Pomona's nursery with the hope of maintaining a small piece of the Cucamonga Valley's rich wine-producing history.