Beth Johnson gets instruction from Derric Santos on how to use a fire extinguisher as she fights a simulated fire at Emergency Preparedness Expo at Agriscapes at Cal Poly Pomona.…
Dr. Melissa Aaron of the Department of English and Foreign Languages speaks on Harry Potter as Literature as part of Library Week at the University Library at Cal Poly Pomona.…
A new scholarship has been established in memory of Professor Emeritus Bruce Hillam, one of the founding members of the Department of Computer Science.
When people hear that Cal Poly Pomona students have built a concrete canoe, one of the first questions they inevitably ask is, “How does it float?”
Amy Alice Kramer, daughter of Cal Poly Pomona President Robert Kramer, talks about her experiences growing up on campus and learning how to ride Tezadi, an award winning Arabian horse as part of Library Week at the Arabian Horse Library…
In response to traffic safety concerns at Cal Poly Pomona, the quarterly Pizza with the Presidents will expand to include traffic safety forums this Thursday, April 18.
With the polytechnic philosophy at Cal Poly Pomona, learning is something that often happens through hands-on experiences.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the best-selling book, “Guns, Germs, and Steel,” will visit Cal Poly Pomona on Thursday, April 25, to speak about lessons on aging from traditional societies.
Savor local flavors, sample fine wine and beer, and enjoy live jazz in a picturesque outdoor setting when Cal Poly Pomona hosts its sixth annual Southern California Tasting & Auction on Sunday, May 5.
The music department’s Spring 2013 Guitar Festival will feature a number of talented musicians playing and singing everything from jazz-based works to musical narratives, with pieces as old as the 16th century and as recent as a premiere performance.