Among the crabs, starfish and anemones, small sea creatures called limpets live in tide pools. As a strong tide sweeps overhead, limpets produce a layer of mucus in their foot that cements them to a rock. For mechanical engineering Professor…
Put 850 elementary school students in a big tent, give them a bunch of Legos, and what happens? They learn about science, technology, engineering and math.
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 Baja SAE team has finished in sixth place out of 87 teams at an international engineering design competition that included a four-hour off-road endurance race last month at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wash.
Hundreds of students from 13 schools throughout the region are expected to attend the rally on Friday, May 10, when they will pit their robots against each other in challenges such as sumo wrestling, speed trials and an obstacle course,…
Dr. Vilupanur Ravi, chairman of the Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering, was a guest editor for the December 2012 issue of JOM, the Journal of the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS). Dr. Ravi was responsible for the technical…
When people hear that Cal Poly Pomona students have built a concrete canoe, one of the first questions they inevitably ask is, “How does it float?”
While some students spent spring break sleeping in, hanging out with old friends, or taking trips, Billy Wong was scrambling around on roofs, hooking up wiring and installing solar panels for needy families.