The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs (ORSP) will host a Proposal Development Workshop on the Fund for the Improvement in Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in Building 1, Room 228. This is an interactive workshop designed to introduce prospective applicants to the Comprehensive Program and initiate the proposal planning process. Space is limited. For more information, visit academic.cpp.edu/research/FIPSE_Flyer.pdf or send an email to email@example.com.…
Governor Schwarzenegger has signed two bills, SB 1785 and SB 1415, that aim to improve the transfer process from the community colleges to the California State University. SB 1785, by Sens. Scott and Alpert, requires the CSU and the community colleges to develop a clearer and more effective transfer path for community college students.
The campus community is invited to enjoy free food and entertainment at the 21st Annual Hot Dog Caper on Thursday, Sept. 30, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in University Park. The Cal Poly Pomona Foundation Inc., Associated Students Inc., Facilities, Planning & Management, MAB Services Inc. and Pepsi-Cola Co. co-sponsor the event in an effort to bring the campus community together at the beginning of each fall quarter.
Cal Poly Pomona recognizes outstanding student achievement through the President?s Council Scholars program. Considered the most prestigious scholarship series at the university, President's Council Scholarships have been awarded to 20 undergraduate and four graduate students, who represent each of the academic colleges. The 24 recipients received their awards from university President Michael Ortiz on Sept. 29 at Kellogg West.
An earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Richter scale hits the Puente Hills fault, causing a partial building collapse at Cal Poly Pomona with thirteen victims trapped beneath the rubble. Some victims are able to dig their way out of the caved in building with only minor wounds, while others appear to face life-threatening injuries. Student Health Services staff rush to the area to set up a medical treatment site and begin evaluating injuries as University Police and other emergency personnel arrive on scene to transport those with critical injuries to nearby hospitals. Fortunately, the earthquake isn't a real act by Mother Nature only a simulated situation staged by the university and local emergency personnel as part of the campus Emergency Management Plan to prepare for a real disaster.