The Cal Poly Pomona Foundation is pleased to announce that as of Feb. 1, the historic Kellogg House Pomona will be managed and operated by Kellogg West. This will provide an additional venue for all of your meetings, special receptions or dinner requirements. Laura Tetzlaff-Galo is the contact personal and can be reached at (909) 869-2265. For any additional questions, please contact Andy Abelman at (909) 869-4876 or http://www.kellogghouse.cpp.edu…
Welcome back to a new year at the California State University. We hope that you are all returning from the winter break rested and ready for a busy year ahead. Given that this year holds a great deal of new developments for the CSU system, we wanted to take this opportunity to share some recent news and information from the systemwide office.
The Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch will serve a slice of the Tuscan sun when it hosts a rich, flavorful Italian dinner with fine wine Wednesday, Feb. 7. Lucio Gomiero, owner and wine maker of Italian wineries Vignalta in Veneto and La Fiorita in Tuscany, and world renowned food and wine expert Darrell Corti of Corti Bros. in Sacramento will
A section of Oak Lane between Red Gum and Cypress lanes near the parking structure will be closed starting Friday, Feb. 2, so improvements can be made. Nearby roads will remain open. The interruption is needed to lay down slurry coat and stripe Oak Lane from Red Gum Lane to its intersection at Cypress Lane.
Ann Overman-Scott, director of human resources for the Diversity, Human Resources and Employee Services department in the division of Administrative Affairs has decided to retire effective Feb. 28 after a 30-year career, including five years at Cal Poly Pomona. Prior to joining Cal Poly Pomona, Overman-Scott was
Cal Poly Pomona faculty members are invited to attend a workshop on Friday, Feb. 9, to hear Terrence Doyle lend his expertise on student engagement in a learning-center environment. Doyle is chief instructor of faculty development at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich.
Stuart Sparvier, who comes to Cal Poly Pomona by way of Oklahoma State University, has been named the new coordinator of the Native American Student Center. At Oklahoma State, Sparvier served as program coordinator for the Multicultural Student Center, where he provided co-curricular programming to meet cultural,