Every two seconds someone in the United States is in need of blood yet only 5 percent of the eligible American population donates each year, according to the American Red Cross.
For a number of years, the university has been seeking funding to repair and reconstruct Kellogg Drive due to the increased bus traffic. Thanks to the generous assistance and cooperation of the County of Los Angeles, as well as our…
The Music department will stage three performances of the award-winning musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" May 16-17 at 8 p.m. and May 17 at 2 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall.
Fueled by a mutual vision of technology development and growth in the Pomona Valley, Cal Poly Pomona and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration joined forces five years ago to create the NASA Commercialization Center business incubator. On Tuesday, May…
The Kellogg University Scholars Program, the highest distinction offered to students in Cal Poly Pomona?s incoming freshman class, recently awarded 42 scholarships to California high school students demonstrating academic excellence.
Acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee emphasized the importance of education and the pursuance of dreams as he addressed a capacity crowd packed into the Bronco Student Center Multipurpose Room on May 6.
Nearly 300 academic and industry representatives gathered at Cal Poly Pomona?s Wireless Telecommunications Symposium recently to exchange information relating to advances in the field.
The university?s inaugural Asian and Pacific Islander Scholarship Dinner was a time of celebration and reflection of a cultural heritage and its community leaders. The evening included recognition of student scholarship winners, an inspirational keynote address, authentic Asian cuisine and…
Cal Poly Pomona has received an award and formal certification from the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) identifying that the university?s information assurance curriculum meets strict national security standards.
The audience will be part of the action during Cal Poly Pomona Theatre department?s spring production ?Maria! Maria, Maria, Maria,? running May 8-18 in the University Theatre.