Those in search of a tranquil, exotic spot to enjoy a brown bag lunch or break away from the office or classroom will look no further come summer 2003, when construction of a scenic Japanese garden is expected to reach completion.
Let me begin my State of the University report by updating you on a number of recent developments on campus. For the past 18 months, I have probably attended more grand openings of new facilities than most presidents do in a career. And we?re not through yet!
The university is currently having problems today (Wednesday, Sept. 18) with one of the file servers on the Intranet. Please note that other central systems such as the Administrative Cluster (which runs Banner, Viking and other services) and Peoplesoft are NOT affected.
Cal Poly Pomona President Bob H. Suzuki used his State of the University address on Tuesday, Sept. 17, to publicly announce his decision to retire at the end of the upcoming 2002-03 academic year, his 12th as university president.
In Spring 2002, the Campus Fee Advisory Committee reviewed and recommended a three-tiered increase to campus parking rates.
Not only does good news travel fast, often times it earns a repeat performance. Such was the case on Tuesday, Sept. 10, when a national radio feature focusing on Cal Poly Pomona?s College of Agriculture and its AGRIscapes project was rebroadcast over the CBS Radio Network.
One of the most popular events during each year?s Fall Conference is the All-University Breakfast and Convocation. Yet due to scheduling difficulties and staffing concerns, not everyone is able to attend.
In response to the various challenges students have had in completing their registration via the Voice Response (VR) system, Cal Poly Pomona is offering an additional option for students to add and drop classes for Fall Quarter 2002.
High expectations are nothing new for the Cal Poly Pomona women?s soccer team. Having finished in the top 10 nationally two of the past three seasons, the Broncos entered the 2002 campaign with six starters and 11 players overall returning from a team that finished 16-4-2 and reached the NCAA Division II West Regional final.
On Tuesday morning, United States Attorney General John Ashcroft briefed the nation on raising the Homeland Security Advisory Status from Level Yellow (Significant Risk of Terrorist Attack) to Level Orange (High Risk of Terrorist Attack). This was done in conjunction with a variety of justice department organizations as well as international sources.