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Campus Campaign for Cal Poly Pomona Begins Jan. 17

The Campus Campaign, the annual effort to raise funds among faculty and staff, runs Jan. 17 to Jan. 27.Donations benefit a wide swath of students, programs and departments. Gifts of any size can be designated toward any college, department or program with an eligible foundation account. Your gift is also a strong statement to other potential donors that Cal Poly Pomona is worthy of support. For more information, contact Kayhan Ahmadi at knahmadi@cpp.edu or call (909) 869-4970. To make a gift, visit www.cpp.edu/give.

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5th Annual Cal Poly Pomona Student RSCA Conference – Application Deadline Jan. 2

The CPP Student Research, Scholarship & Creative Activities (RSCA) Conference will be held on Friday, March 3. In addition to oral, performance, and poster presentations, there will be a creative works showcase highlighting art and design projects. Oral and performance presentations will be eligible to compete for nomination to present again at the CSU System-Wide Competition in April. The deadline to submit an online application for the Cal Poly Pomona event is Friday, Jan. 20. Visit the CPP SRC webpage for the application and conference information. The conference is open to the public, and we encourage anyone who is interested to register and attend. For more information, contact Elisa

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Student Intergroup Dialogue Application Deadline is Jan. 18

Intergroup Dialogue seeks to engage students in building a more socially just and inclusive community through sustained and meaningful dialogue. Sponsored by Office of Student Life & Cultural Centers, the dialogues are six-week discussions between different groups carefully structured to explore social group identity, conflict and community. Winter dialogues focus on race & ethnicity and gender. Students must apply to participate. The application deadline is Wednesday, Jan. 18.  More details and the application are available athttp://www.cpp.edu/~oslcc/intergroupdialogue.shtml. #CivilSpeak

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Order Your Food Online with GET Food

Don’t wait in line! Order your meal with GET Food. Log in to your GET account at BroncoBucks.com (all CPP staff, faculty and students are automatically enrolled), order from select on-campus dining locations, pay with your Bronco Bucks and then pick up your meal. GET Food is available at Innovation Brew Works, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Round Table Pizza, Qdoba, and Jamba Juice at the BRIC. For more information, visitwww.BroncoBucks.com.

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Freeway Construction Affects Kellogg Drive Exit

A construction project on the 10 Freeway will result in partial and complete closures of the Kellogg on- and off-ramps over the next year.  The California Department of Transportation has narrowed the Kellogg Drive underpass to one lane in each direction and reduced the off-ramp from the westbound 10 Freeway to a single lane. The underpass will also see complete closures intermittently, but only during overnight hours, from approximately 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. For more information about the project, visit the Caltrans website.

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5th Annual Student RSCA Conference Applications Due Jan. 20th

Formerly known as the CPP Student Research Conference, the CPP Student RSCA Conference will be held on our campus on March 3. In addition to oral, performance, and poster presentations, there will be a creative works showcase highlighting art and design projects. Oral and performance presentations will be eligible to compete for nomination to present again at the CSU System-Wide Competition in April. The application deadline isJan. 20. Visit the CPP SRC webpage for the application and important conference information. The conference is open to the public, and we encourage anyone who is interested to register and attend. Please contact Elisa Mitchell at 909 869-5296or cppsrc@cpp.edu for

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Academic Master Plan Information

The Division of Academic Affairs is launching efforts to complete an Academic Master Plan during the 2016-2017 academic year. The Academic Master Plan will serve as a collective vision for our academic identity, values and future directions. The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Sylvia Alva, invites you to watch this video outlining the Academic Master Plan process. For further information, visit http://www.cpp.edu/~academicplan/.

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Fall 2016 Faculty Updates Newsletter from Bronco Bookstore

The Fall 2016 edition of Bronco Bookstore’s Faculty Updates newsletter is now available on the Faculty Resources page of the bookstore website, www.broncobookstore.com. Learn about updates to our digital textbook program with RedShelf as our primary vendor for e-books, and about our new faculty textbook adoption site, Sidewalk Hero:http://www.broncobookstore.com/content/d/faculty/FALL-UPDATES-2016.pdf.