The convocation will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 22, in the field west of the Aratani Japanese Garden. The Service Awards will be in the University Theatre immediately following the convocation at 10:30 a.m., while the annual President?s…
Cal Poly Pomona?s Office of Public Affairs and the College of Agriculture have won a total of four national Awards for Publication Excellence (APEX) 2003.
Mt. San Antonio College and Cal Poly Pomona have been awarded a three-year $900,000 grant to develop new courses and degree programs that will train information security professionals to guard against computer crime.
For Cal Poly Pomona, Proposition 47 will help fund a $33 million-plus facelift earmarked for the University Library, recognized by many as the intellectual heart of the campus.
This summer, the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center is offering opportunities for enhanced learning and appreciation of the arts through classes, performances and exhibits.
We at Cal Poly Pomona take pride in our work ethic and we are committed to operating with a high degree of integrity. This not only applies to our academic programs, but in our administrative processes as well. As an…
Ann Ascher, administrative assistant in the Ethnic & Women?s Studies, College of Education & Integrative Studies, died of cancer on Thursday, July 3, at her home in Azusa. She was in her 70s.
Ken Gruber has left the position of director of the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs (ORSP) to pursue research opportunities as a faculty member of the Biological Sciences department, announces Elhami T. Ibrahim, associate vice president for Academic Programs.…
In addition to her time spent taking on family law, immigration and probate cases, alumna Emma Hilario-Ballesteros will now also devote herself to serving as 2003-04 president of the Cal Poly Pomona Alumni Association.
The University Library has created a new Web site featuring the Cal Poly Rose Float Collection at www.cpp.edu/~library/LibraryInfo/special/RoseFloat/index.html.