Award-winning students, athletic excellence and exciting events are among the highlights of President Ortiz’s weekly video update.
A new grant worth nearly $8 million—the largest Cal Poly Pomona has ever received—will soon begin providing funding for a groundbreaking science education partnership with the Pomona Unified School District.
“From the Battlefields to the Baseball Fields” features photos of the veterans — many of who grew up or now live in Southern California — in individual portraits, game and team photos from their time in military service. The display…
Lea Virginia Johnson, who taught for 18 years at Cal Poly Pomona’s Teacher Preparation Center, died June 22. She was 97.
Cal Poly Pomona will host a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence from Morocco during the 2013-14 academic year as part of the university’s 75th anniversary celebration.
The end of the academic year brought with it all manner of awards and honors.
Three days. Eight ceremonies. Thousands of graduates. Here's how Commencement 2013 unfolded on social media:
Cal Poly Pomona will hold its 57th annual commencement ceremonies Friday to Sunday, June 14 to 16, for about 5,000 bachelor’s and master’s degree candidates.
Robots will roll into the Fairplex next week to rumble, race and reconnoiter. About 200 students from six local schools will compete Monday in the College of Education & Integrative Studies’ annual Robot Expo.
Cal Poly Pomona’s Partners in Education (PIE) program came to the rescue for Diaz and 14 other students. Its Sponsor a Future Teacher Awards provides $5,000 scholarships for credential students to complete their clinical practice.