June 2004

Archives for June 2004.

Frederick Gallegos

Frederick Gallegos

Frederick Gallegos, MSBA-IS audit adviser, Computer Information Systems, recently authored “Auditing Wireless Telecommunication” which appears on pages 19-21 in the Information Systems Control Journal, Volume 3, 2004. The journal is published by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association.

Blood Drives Organized to Help Stem Summer Shortage

Blood Drives Organized to Help Stem Summer Shortage

In an effort to increase the supply of blood, the American Red Cross and Student Health Services will hold two blood drives this summer quarter at the Bronco Student Center. An emergency blood drive is scheduled Wednesday, July 7, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Bronco Student Centers Ursa Minor Room, followed by a three-day blood drive Aug 3-5.
Mahmood Ibrahim

Mahmood Ibrahim

Mahmood Ibrahim, chair, History, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant and a Fulbright Senior Scholar Fellowship for the 2004-05 academic year.

Lease of Facilities Reorganization

The university?s lease of facilities services has been permanently reassigned to the division of University Advancement effective July 1. The program was previously under Procurement & Support Services in the division of Administrative Affairs. Bob Hutchinson, lease of facilities coordinator, will continue to administer the program from his new office housed in Building 1, Room 214E. His office number will remain the same ? (909) 869-3387.

Cal Poly Pomona Among Leaders in Degrees to Hispanic Students

Cal Poly Pomona Among Leaders
in Degrees to Hispanic Students

Cal Poly Pomona ranks among the nation's top colleges and universities for granting degrees to Hispanics, according to the May 2004 edition of The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education. The university placed 24th in the United States among four-year colleges for awarding bachelor's degrees to Hispanic students, based on 2002 information gathered by the National Center for Education Statistics.

Charles Loggins

Charles Loggins, professor, Urban & Regional Planning, was recently honored with an Academic Award from the 2004 Los Angeles Section Planning Awards Program for his winter-spring studio project, “Wildwood Canyon Interim Management Program.”

Rideshare Survey Winners

The Rideshare Office would like to thank all state campus employees for their outstanding efforts to complete the Air Quality Management District Rideshare Survey in April. Department representatives who turned in 100 percent collected, complete and correct surveys by the due date were eligible for a prize drawing. Congratulations to the following prize winners who have been awarded money to be spent at various campus locations: Sandy Rohr, Technology & Operations Management ($500); Marie Maslowski, Theatre ($300); Sharon Hinrichsen, Procurement & Support Services ($250); Penne Fode, College of Agriculture ($200); and Brandi Strand, Student Services ($100).