June 2009

Archives for June 2009.

Tuesday, 06/30/2009

Tuesday, 06/30/2009



Ryan Lombardi, a CIS student and a computer forensics examiner for the Glendora Police Department, shows students from Brea-Olinda High School how he executes a search warrant during a event to introduce high school students to computer forensics.

Monday, 06/29/2009

Monday, 06/29/2009



Mai Thao adds weights as she and her teammates stress their balsa wood bridge to failure during bridge competition, part of the Migrant Education Summer College Awareness Engineering Program for Fresno County at Cal Poly Pomona.

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Special Summer Session Courses Open to the Public

Cal Poly Pomona is offering a Special Summer Session through the College of Extended University (CEU) beginning July 13. These fully accredited courses are open to all Cal Poly Pomona students as well as non-matriculated students (members of the general public) who meet the course requirements.
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CSU Employee Update for June 30

The California State University administration has urged the leadership of the California Faculty Association (CFA) to bring the concept of a two day per month furlough to a vote of its members. CSU has met with the faculty union three times to discuss the furlough option, but CFA has not yet scheduled a vote of its members. There are approximately 23,000 faculty members in the CSU; only dues-paying members of the CFA would be allowed to participate in a vote.
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CSU Employee Update for June 29

State Controller John Chiang has announced that he will have to issue registered warrants or "IOUs" as early as July 2 if the legislature and governor cannot find a solution to close the $24.3 billion state budget gap. CSU employees, however, will be paid as they normally are and will not receive IOUs.
Professor Scores 'NASA Trifecta'

Professor Scores 'NASA Trifecta'

Rakesh Mogul remembers the day he knew he wanted to go into space. "I was in fourth grade, staring at a poster of an astronaut, and I thought, 'That's what I want to do.' " He never made it aboard the shuttle, but the Cal Poly Pomona chemistry professor found a challenging role in the rarefied air of space researcher and educator, scoring what College of Science Dean Donald O. Straney calls "a NASA trifecta."