Announcements

Zoom Etiquette

Billy Bronco teamed up with the Bronco Advising Center to create this snappy video that offers tips on Zoom etiquette. Although intended for students, the advice is good for us all.…

Faculty and Student Article on Anti-Asian Racism

Sociology Professor Mary Yu Danico and Beverly Cotter (’20, psychology) co-authored “The Anti-Asian Racism During the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Everything to Do with Black Lives Matter,” featured in Medium. Based on their spring survey of over 600 Asian Americans, they…

Uncharted Horizons: Episode 7

Episode seven of the “Learn Through Discovery” podcast features Peter Arensburger, assistant professor of biology, who works at the interface between molecular biology and computer science. He discusses his groundbreaking research that involves using computer programs to search insect and spider…

The Person You Mean to Be

There’s still time to sign up for the summer book club to read and discuss “The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias,” written by the award-winning social psychologist Dolly Chugh. Find out how to tackle sexism, racism,…

New Realities for Higher Education

How can California’s higher education systems address the challenges facing the state in the wake of COVID-19 and amid persistent concerns about racial inequality? Join the Public Policy Institute of California for a wide-ranging conversation on July 17 with the…
Our Commitment to Action

Our Commitment to Action

As an institution grounded in our values of inclusivity and social responsibility, we must continue to ask ourselves honestly and intentionally, “What has Cal Poly Pomona done to identify and dismantle institutional racism?” “What actions will Cal Poly Pomona take…
Travel Banned to Idaho

Travel Banned to Idaho

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has announced that California has restricted state-funded travel to Idaho, effective July 1, as a result of two laws, which directly authorize discrimination against the transgender community. The new restrictions on travel to Idaho are…
Equipped to Lead

Equipped to Lead

When 13 faculty members signed on to learn how to make video tutorials in February, they had no idea how urgent their mission would become once COVID-19 hit. They wanted to “change pedagogy” and experiment “with new models of teaching.”…
Living the Good Life

Living the Good Life

“The Transnational ‘Good Life’: Ecuadorian Social Clubs as Spaces of Resistance,” is the latest published work by anthropology and geography lecturer Linda Hall. The book is based on Hall’s research on social organizations created by Ecuadorian immigrants in politically contested locations…