Cal Poly Pomona’s first MOOC, exemplary faculty, and student competitions top President Ortiz’s weekly video update. The university is launching its first massive open online course, or MOOC, in spring quarter. The class, which will cover basic computer programming, is…
Lea R. Dopson has been appointed dean of The Collins College of Hospitality Management. Her appointment begins June 30.
In the spirit of celebrating past successes and looking forward to new ones, here is a compilation of Polycentric’s top 17 articles of the year.
The university has scheduled a series of open forums this month for the campus community to meet the finalists for dean of The Collins College of Hospitality Management.
The $10 million, 15,000 square-foot expansion will feature much needed space for the college’s graduate program, a social space for students and additional offices that will allow the college’s student body and faculty to grow over time.
The $10 million expansion includes two new buildings, totaling 15,000 square feet, which will accommodate the college’s growing student body.
The 2011 Kellogg Cuvée was created by Master Winemaker Jon McPherson, who combined zinfandel from Horsehill Vineyards on campus with syrah and two lesser known red varietals called Touriga Nacional and Mataro.
The Sierra Club, one of the best known environmental organizations, has recognized Cal Poly Pomona for its efforts to promote sustainability and develop a “green” campus.
The end of the academic year brought with it all manner of awards and honors.