Comcast Profiles University's Farmstore, Emergency Preparedness and CSU's Impact on Engineering Industry


Comcast Profiles University's Farmstore, Emergency Preparedness and CSU's Impact on Engineering Industry
College of Engineering Dean Ed Hohmann discusses the impact of the California State University on the state's engineering industry in a Comcast Cable interview.
Emergency Services Coordinator Debbi McFall McFall speaks on the importance of emergency preparedness.
Horticulture, Plant & Soil Science chair Dan Hostetler talks about the university's Pumpkin Festival and unique opportunities the Farm Store at Kellogg Ranch provides students.

Comcast Cable has created and aired three new video interviews this month highlighting members of the Cal Poly Pomona community and profiling their programs. Horticulture, Plant & Soil Science chair Dan Hostetler; Emergency Services Coordinator Debbi McFall; and College of Engineering Dean Ed Hohmann are the university's featured Comcast guests for the month of October.

The five-minute interviews are shown in conjunction with the local edition of the Comcast broadcast of CNN Headline News. The interview is recorded once a month in Claremont's Comcast studios and is featured throughout Southern California.

In his interview, Hohmann shares information about the impact of the California State University on the state's engineering industry. He discusses the CSU event on Oct. 28 at San Jose State University that will focus on key issues facing the engineering industry and the CSU's partnership role in preparing the future workforce.

Hostetler discussed the university's Pumpkin Festival and unique opportunities the Farm Store at Kellogg Ranch provides Cal Poly Pomona students. McFall spoke of the importance of emergency preparedness, both at home and in the workplace.

Instructional & Information Technology has made the video interviews available to the entire campus community.

To view Hohmann's interview, click here or here for lower bandwidth.

To view Hostetler's interview, click here or here for lower bandwidth.

To view McFall's interview, click here or here for lower bandwidth.

For more information on how to feature departments or programs on Comcast cable, contact the university's Office of Public Affairs at (909) 869-3342.