January 2006

Archives for January 2006.

Monday, 01/30/2006

Monday, 01/30/2006

David Patterson, director of Environmental Health & Safety, answers questions during "Book No Further," a seminar on how to plan successful on-campus events at Cal Poly Pomona.

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Bronco Student-Athletes
Make the Grade

Cal Poly Pomona's student-athletes have posted some impressive academic numbers in fall quarter 2005, the Athletics Department announced on Jan. 27. The Broncos had 29 student-athletes make the Dean?s List and 113 of the 214 Bronco student-athletes (53 percent) earned grade point averages above 3.0. To make the Dean?s List, a student must achieve a quarter grade point average of 3.5 or above. Leading the way was the women?s soccer program, which had a quarter grade point average of 3.22.
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CSU LEADER – Reichard Named CSU Executive Vice Chancellor;
CSU Partners With Parents' Group

Gary Reichard, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Cal State Long Beach, was appointed as executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer for the California State University system. In other news, the CSU and the Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) have announced a partnership to strengthen parent involvement in the education of elementary and middle school students to improve children's preparation for higher education.
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E-mail Replacement Candidates

I⁢ has begun evaluation of candidate solutions that will replace the e-mail application currently used by all students and about half of all faculty and staff. The evaluation will continue until Feb. 14, when I⁢ will present its recommendations. The goal is to have a solution approved by IT Governance by early March, with full installation, testing and support documentation completed in time for the beginning of the Fall 2006 quarter. For more information, visit www.cpp.edu/~iit/division/email/candidates.shtml.

SUMMER SCHEDULE - A Message From President Michael Ortiz

A Message From President Michael Ortiz

As I have said on many occasions, I have a tremendous respect and appreciation for the work performed by our staff. During the difficult years of the budget crisis, you repeatedly took on greater work loads to support our academic mission. The 9/80 summer schedule has been a benefit that we have extended in appreciation for all of your efforts.
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2006-07 Orientation Leaders

Orientation Services is seeking Cal Poly Pomona?s finest students to serve as Orientation Leaders for 2006-07. Faculty and staff are encouraged to send their best and brightest students to apply by Feb. 10. The faculty/staff member who refers the most applicants who are selected as Orientation Leaders will win a free lunch for two to the Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch. Please have applicants reference your name on the application. For more information, click here.