August 2007

Archives for August 2007.

Thursday, 08/30/2007

Thursday, 08/30/2007



Patrick Simcock and Matt Formel demonstrate their teetor totter water pump they created for their senior project. The pump is intended for third world countries that need easier methods for pumping water.

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Update Your Directory Information

I⁢ Web Development will produce a new Bronco411 phone book in Adobe Acrobat format for the start of Fall 2007. Please check your phone and office numbers in the People Search at http://www.cpp.edu/cgi-bin/intranet/ldap_search.pl to make sure they are correct. If you need to make corrections, go to https://win.webdev.cpp.edu/bronco411/update/ New faculty and staff are encouraged to enter their information. Updated phone books will be available for download at http://bronco411.cpp.edu/.

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Nominations Sought For Outstanding Facilities Employee

The Facilities Planning & Management Rewards & Recognition Committee is seeking nominations for the Outstanding Employee of the Quarter Award. The employee-driven program encourages support and participation from all FP&M; employees and the campus community. Please submit nominations to the attention of the Rewards & Recognition Committee in Bldg. 81 prior to Sept. 14. Call Delfina Perea at ext. 6706 or visit http://www.cpp.edu/~fpm/about/rewards/awards.html

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Food Safety Course Offered

The Extended University is offering an intensive one-day course highlighting basic principles of safe food preparation and handling as stated in the FDA Food Code on Sept. 25. The course will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Bldg. 220B. For more information or to register, call (909) 869-4495.

Students Display Work at Natural History Museum in Los Angeles

Students Display Work at Natural History Museum in Los Angeles

Amid the urban sprawl, sometimes it's easy to forget Southern California has diverse and rich natural habitats. From the Mojave Desert to the depths of the Pacific Ocean, wildlife and ecosystems thrive. A new exhibit by Cal Poly Pomona students at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County aims to remind people of the abundant natural wonders all around.