Cal Poly Pomona staff members were treated to a day of fun and frolic on June 17 that included workshops, a luncheon, awards ceremony and variety show.
The Cal Poly Pomona road rehabilitation project began June 30 with the closure of Red Gum Lane. The project, which consists of removal and replacement of the existing street pavement and sub-base material, will reach completion by Wednesday, Nov. 19.
As most of you have been reading in the newspapers and hearing on television, we are still far from having a state budget approved for 2003-04. The University Budget Advisory Committee (UBAC), however, has finished its work on campus budget…
Tomas Morales, interim vice president for Academic Affairs, has announced that Lynn Turner will assume the responsibilities of interim dean for the College of Business Administration (CBA) until a national search for the permanent position is complete.
Joan Bissell has been named dean of the College of Education and Integrative Studies (CEIS) by Tomas Morales, interim vice president for Academic Affairs. Her appointment begins Aug. 1.
The division of Instructional and Information Technology, in cooperation with the Title V Project, is offering free Windows training from June 30 through July 3.
The university is experiencing technical difficulty today, Tuesday, June 24, with the delivery of e-mail to the division of Student Affairs.
Cal Poly Pomona?s scenic Japanese garden will officially open at a dedication ceremony on Saturday, June 28, at 5 p.m. The campus community is invited to attend.
The Poly Post won 16 awards from the 54th California Intercollegiate Press Association (CIPA) Awards Competition of 2003. The annual competition is open to all news media from four-year universities in California.
Two Cal Poly Pomona students were recently acknowledged for their achievements in becoming California State University 2002-03 Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Scholars. A reception was held May 22 in the CLA?s Heritage Conference Center.