The Cal Poly Pomona community has joined in the fight to help victims of the Grand Prix wildfire that has ravaged the Inland Valley by collecting donations for the Salvation Army.
As President, I am committed to maintaining strong lines of communication, ensuring that our campus community is well informed on decisions surrounding policies and programs. Please allow me to bring you up to date on some pertinent issues relating to…
Kristine Nodarse, a senior biology major and student in Science Educational Enhancement Services (SEES), won first place in a poster competition at a national science conference for minority students, held Oct 2-5 in Albuquerque, N.M.
The Collins School of Hospitality Management will host hundreds from the wine and food industry during Harvest Auction 2003, scheduled Saturday, Nov. 8, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Los Angeles Marriott Downtown. Proceeds from the annual black-tie gala will…
A recent e-mail circulating throughout the campus with an attachment that proclaims to be the latest version of Microsoft?s security update should not be opened, as Microsoft has not historically sent e-mail notices regarding patches.
The California State University's Board of Trustees is set to meet on Oct. 31 to vote on the university's 2004/05 support budget request. The budget request proposes an increase of $546.6 million over the current year's budget appropriation.
Four staff members, including Lita Patel, Rachel Dominguez, April McKettrick and Isabel Sam, were honored with an Amelia Hammond Staff Council Scholarship Award on Sept. 17. Each recipient received $300 to assist them in pursuing their educational goals.
The National Science Foundation has awarded College of Science faculty members a two-year, $160,000 grant that will pay for a computer workstation network designed to drive research in parallel and distributed computing.
Cal Poly Pomona is grateful to have received a $20,000 donation from the Boeing Defense and Space Group. This is the third gift in two years, totaling $68,500. The gift will go toward supporting BioTrek curriculum guides, classroom materials, equipment…
Comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer will stage a benefit performance for the Cal Poly Pomona Pride Center on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 8-9:30 p.m., in the Bronco Student Center?s Ursa Major Suite.