The Benefits Coordinator will provide group training sessions to navigate the CalPERS Web site, online retirement calculator, Service Credit Purchase information, annual statement and more. http://www.cpp.edu/~dhrsrp/benefits/My_Workshops.html or call ext. 3734.…
More than 100 people gathered Nov. 2 at Cal Poly Pomona to honor Jean Kellogg for a generous bequest from the W. Keith Kellogg II Trust to the Honors Program. The program has been renamed the Keith & Jean Kellogg Honors College in recognition of their support.
The women's volleyball team dug down deep to earn a milestone victory for its veteran coach. The victory against Humboldt State on Saturday was the 600th career win for Rosie
Close to 500 people are expected to attend the 12th annual Dia de los Muertos celebration Thursday, Nov. 2, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Also known as Day of the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday honors those who have died with music, dance, storytelling, food and the creation of altars or ofrendas.
Students are invited to ride a rooters' bus to cheer on the men's basketball team as it kicks off its 2006-07 exhibition season with a game at historic Pauley Pavilion against UCLA on Thursday, Nov. 2. The Broncos' game against UCLA is the start of an exhibition slate against some Division I heavyweights.
Cal Poly Pomona's youngest pupils had some extra excitement recently when two new furry friends joined the Children's Center family. A group of preschoolers got to pick two pigmy goats from a small herd raised by the Sheep and Swine Unit.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is launching a new graduate program designed to train students how to teach mathematics at the community-college level. The department is adding an emphasis in mathematics education to its master's in mathematics program.
Cal Poly Pomona and Mt. SAC are out for blood. Literally. The two schools are competing Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 to see who can get more people to donate blood and save the most lives.