Kara Caldwell-Freeman, professor and dietetic internship director for the Human Nutrition and Food Science department, was among the national leaders of the American Dietetic Association who were selected to attend ADA?s fourth Leadership Institute, held June 7-10 in San Diego. Caldwell-Freeman is the California Dietetic Association President-Elect. With nearly 67,000 members, the ADA is the nation?s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals.…
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has announced Pomona is one of 117 communities selected for the Big Read. The Big Read encourages literary reading by asking communities to come together to read and discuss one book.
After over two years of work and analysis, the Academic Programs Prioritization and Recovery Committee (APPRC) has released its first phase of recommendations for organizational restructuring. This group had been charged with the evaluation of each academic program on campus, developing a proposal based on common criteria for potential increased support, decreased support, restructuring or discontinuing.
Members of the Cal Poly Pomona community are invited to review an annotated outline of the California State University's Access to Excellence strategic plan. The outline will provide the building blocks for the first draft of the plan, which is expected to be completed this fall.
The Cal Poly Pomona Children's Center was recently awarded more than $196,000 from the California Department of Education, Child Development Division. The grant, which marks the largest in the center's history, will allow the center to offer more children free, full-day service.