Cal Poly Pomona?s Division of Instructional & Information Technology (I&IT) helped bring a national quorum to the 9/11 Youth Congress on Sept. 10, an event hosted by the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles in an effort to help young…
Professor of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering William F. (Bill) Girouard was selected for the George P. Hart Award for Outstanding Faculty Leadership for 2002-2003. Girouard received his award on Sept. 17 during the university's Fall Convocation.
The Metropolitan Water District experienced a broken water line Tuesday night, Sept. 10. With reduced water reserves available, the campus community is asked to curtail use of potable water at Cal Poly Pomona until further notice. "Please help us conserve…
They came seeking neither fame nor glory. Their goals were to survive and advance, academically, while putting theory to the test in what proved to be a no-holds-barred heavy metal competition.
Bolstered by nine returning players ? including four starters ? and a throng of talented newcomers, the Cal Poly Pomona women?s volleyball team is looking to compete with the nation?s best in 2002.
As a new academic year approaches, Cal Poly Pomona will unite the campus community with Fall Conference 2002, a unique event that celebrates past accomplishments while previewing the promise of things to come.
As part of the 2002 Los Angeles Arts Open House, the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center is presenting "Culturally Pomona" from noon until 9 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 5 at 300 W. Second Street, Pomona, 91766. The Downtown Center will feature…
In an effort to provide parents and guardians with vital information that can help protect children, State Senator Bob Margett (R-Arcadia) will host a Child Safety Fair on Saturday, Sept. 7 at Kellogg Field on the Cal Poly Pomona campus.
After guiding Cal Poly Pomona to back-to-back national championships, Paul Thomas is being asked to provide his input as one of four new members elected to the Women?s Basketball Coaches Association?s Board of Directors.
In an ongoing effort to help better inform the public on agricultural and conservation issues, Cal Poly Pomona has received a $10,000 grant from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to benefit the Environmental Education Garden at AGRIscapes.