May 2008

Archives for May 2008.

Friday, 05/30/2008

Friday, 05/30/2008



Cal Poly Pomona's Jasmine Winn jumped 18' 7" to place third in the women's long jump during the NCAA Division II Track and Field National Championships at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.

Wednesday, 05/28/2008

Wednesday, 05/28/2008



Sean Strauman of Indiana University of Pennsylvania wins the men's 800 meters as he edges a diving Anthony Luna of Metro State at the finish line during the NCAA Division II Track and Field National Championships hosted by Cal Poly Pomona at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.

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CIS Earns National Center of Academic Excellence Designation

CIS Earns National Center of Academic Excellence Designation

Cal Poly Pomona once again has cemented its role as a national leader in cyber security education thanks to some recognition from the National Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The federal agencies recently announced that Cal Poly Pomona's designation as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education has been renewed until 2013. The designation in information assurance, also known as cyber security, is based on the curriculum and faculty research in the Computer Information Systems department.
APFSSA Raising Funds to Support Disaster Relief in Asia

APFSSA Raising Funds to Support Disaster Relief in Asia

The cataclysmic events in Burma/Myanmar and China have prompted the Asian Pacific Faculty, Staff and Student Association (APFSSA) to raise funds in support of disaster relief efforts. APFSSA, in collaboration with the Asian Pacific Islander Student Center (APISC), will begin hosting donation stands in University Park and the Quad from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, May 29-30 and June 4-5.
Campus Hosts Youth Camps for Arts, Horses and Sports

Campus Hosts Youth Camps for Arts, Horses and Sports

Summer time is almost here, and Cal Poly Pomona is offering a broad assortment of summer camps for children. Three different camps focus on visual and performing arts, equestrian skills and athletics for children. These camps provide a fun and safe learning environment for youths to enhance their creativity, develop leadership skills and build an active lifestyle, among other things.
Greek Week Raises More than $9,000 for Charities

Greek Week Raises More than $9,000 for Charities

Philanthropy can be fun. The university's Greek Week raised more than $9,000 for philanthropic organizations through a variety of events including Lip Sync, Food Fair and Penny Wars. All proceeds from the events went to the Cal Poly Pomona Dream Scholarship, the Christina Burmeister Memorial Scholarship and the United Friends of the Children in Los Angeles.