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The Future of Preservation in Los Angeles,”

Architecture Professor Luis Hoyos, a former Los Angeles Conservancy board member and member of the national Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, was part of a panel exploring the future of historic preservation in Los Angeles on the 40th anniversary of the Los Angeles Conservancy’s founding.


New Evidence Suggests Possible Life on Venus,” Popular Mechanics

Rakesh Mogul, professor of biological chemistry and co-author of the study featured, was quoted about the extreme habitats that can support life.


Viva the Scholar-Activist!”

Opinion piece by Alvaro Huerta, assistant professor of urban and regional planning and Ethnic and Women’s Studies, talking about the dual role of scholar-activist.


Assembly member Holden to Honor 41st Assembly District’s Woman of the Year and Women of Distinction at Annual Open House,” Pasadena Now Biology Professor Jill Adler-Moore receives the 41st Assembly District’s 2018 Women of Distinction award. Adler-Moore was recognized for her distinguished 42-year career as a teacher and researcher in molecular biology and immunology at Cal Poly Pomona and her invention of the drug AmBisome, which is used to treat serious, life-threatening fungal infections.


Shaping the Next Generation of Architects,” 

Architecture Professor Pablo La Rouche quoted about incorporating the 2030 curriculum into his studio class Advanced Architectural Design.


Cal Poly Pomona is Named a 2018 Social Mobility Innovator,” Business Wire

CollegeNET, Inc., a leading provider of web-based on-demand technologies for higher education and the developer of the Social Mobility Index (SMI), names Cal Poly Pomona a Social Mobility Innovator for 2018.

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