When you think of outer space, Earthly locales that come to mind may include Cape Canaveral, Edwards Air Force Base or the Johnson Space Center. This summer, you can add Cal Poly Pomona to the list.
For the first time, Cal Poly Pomona?s Athletic Department is providing scholarships for local school children to attend the university?s popular summer sports camps, which can cost from $80 to $300 each. Coined ?Budding Broncos,? the program is limited to three schools in its pilot year: Kellogg Polytechnic, Arroyo Elementary and Marshall Intermediate. The 24 children who received scholarships showed good citizenship, academic improvement and financial need.
This summer the 2002 Heritage Camps will feature a pair of five-day runs on the Cal Poly Pomona campus, with each session providing attendees an atmosphere of learning that is both culturally stimulating and academically sound.
Students in Cal Poly Pomona's Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program will present their months-long research projects during a Summer Symposium on Thursday, July 25, from 9 a.m. to 11:25 a.m. at Cal Poly Pomona.
The tradition of honoring faculty and staff members for their years of service will continue at Fall Conference 2002 in September. To ensure an accurate list of award recipients, please review the names and departments on this list (click here). Report omissions or corrections to Genie Apodaca at email@example.com or (909) 869-2958.
In today's unsettled economic environment, the Southern California business community can use every added resource available. Cal Poly Pomona's College of the Extended University (CEU) hopes the upcoming grand opening of its Center for Training, Technology & Incubation (CTTI) on Tuesday, Aug. 6, will prove both a foundation and resource for interested business professionals and entrepreneurs.