As a part of its mission to enrich the campus and neighboring communities, the Music Department will host Music Week, from May 27-31, featuring numerous concerts, special guest artists and a panel discussion with industry experts.
One of the world's foremost authorities on renewable energy, Dr. Hermann Scheer, is scheduled to visit Cal Poly Pomona on May 23. A socio-economist and political author, Scheer will provide a free public lecture on ?The Solar Economy,? the subject…
Cal Poly Pomona's men's and women's basketball teams made some major assists off the court for a local charitable organization on April 30.
The Faculty Center for Professional Development added an extra element to this year?s Faculty Day by honoring those who were previously nominated for The California State University Wang Family Excellence Awards.
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.