2002

Archives for 2002.

Norberto Nardi

Norberto  Nardi , professor, Architecture, was invited by the School of Architects of Ningbo University, China, to lecture to faculty and students. The lecture, "Culture and the Environment," took place in May in China.…
Vinita Dhingra Selected Executive Director

Vinita Dhingra Selected Executive Director

Vinita Dhingra has been chosen Cal Poly Pomona's new executive director of diversity. Dhingra, previously a communication professor and executive associate for undergraduate studies at Cal Poly Pomona, spent the past year serving as acting executive director while a national…

Doreen Nelson

Doreen  Nelson , professor, Education, developed a television series that is available for viewing as streaming video at video.cpp.edu. The program, "Education That Works," features area educators such as Ronald Hockwalt, superintendent of the Walnut Valley Unified School District, and…

Frederick Gallegos

Frederick  Gallegos , adjunct professor, Computer Information Systems, authored a featured column in the Information Systems Control Journal. The article is entitled "The Audit Report and Followup: Methods and Techniques for Communicating Audit Findings and Recommendations," Volume 4, 2002, pp.…
Friday, 07/26/2002

Friday, 07/26/2002

Manuel Ortega helps Joseph Lopez with his artwork during Beginning Painting class at the Cal Poly Pomona downtown center. An advanced painting class begins August 2 and runs through August 30th for children 13-17. Tuition for the classes is $25.00.…
Thursday, 07/25/2002

Thursday, 07/25/2002

Instructor Amanda Anderson gives Katie Salenbier, 11, corrections on her hand position as they trot during Horse Camp at the Cal Poly Pomona Arabian Horse Center on campus.…
Wednesday, 07/24/2002

Wednesday, 07/24/2002

Young horses walk through a large puddle at the Cal Poly Pomona Arabian Horse Center on campus. Wallpapers: Clicking on these links will open a new window. 1024 x 768 800 x 600 640 x 480…
Tuesday, 07/23/2002

Tuesday, 07/23/2002

Students, from left, Richard Coto, Claudio Hoyos, and Russel Metlitzky look at NASA's Quick Scatterometer (QuikSCAT) satellite on display in the Engineering Lab (Building 17).…