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.
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.
Cal Poly Pomona’s Horsehill Vineyards has produced its first sparkling wine, Rossana, named after W.K. Kellogg’s stunning foundation Arabian mare.
More than 50 hospitality educators and faculty from the California Community Colleges (CCC) and the Cal State University system gathered last month for the 4th annual Professional Development Hospitality Symposium at The Collins College of Hospitality Management.
For his business achievements and his selfless philanthropic work to support educational causes, Cal Poly Pomona will present Hae Park with an honorary doctorate at the June 16 commencement ceremony for The Collins College of Hospitality Management.
Ed Merritt, the James A. Collins Distinguished Professor of Management and accomplished industry executive, will serve as interim dean of The Collins College, effective July 15. Merritt joined The Collins College faculty in 2000. He is highly regarded by students…
After almost six years at the helm of The Collins College of Hospitality Management, Dean Andy Feinstein has accepted the position of Deputy Provost at San Jose State University.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Princeton Review has recognized Cal Poly Pomona in its annual “Guide to 322 Green Colleges.” “In an effort to reduce its environmental impact, the university has implemented a new policy that requires all office…