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CPP Prepares for Largest Class in 80-Year History

Cal Poly Pomona will welcome more than 7,700 incoming first-time and transfer students this fall, the largest class in the university’s 80-year history.   The increase comes as the campus, which is ranked No. 47 on Money Magazine’s list of “The 50 Best Colleges in the U.S.” for quality and affordability, ushers in its inaugural…

Cal Poly Pomona Unveils a Bold New Look and Restates an Unwavering Commitment

Cal Poly Pomona has an 80-year legacy of transforming lives with an educational model that is second to none.   Now it has a logo to match.   The new logo is the result of a yearlong branding initiative that explored the university’s rich history, its mission, its vital role in the region both economically…

2019 Rose Float to Celebrate Music as the Universal Language

Two giant astronauts rock out with a group of green aliens, sharing a message of goodwill, fun and unexpected good times.   That’s the gist of “Far Out Frequencies,” the Cal Poly Universities’ float for the 2019 Rose Parade. The event’s theme, “The Melody of Life,” pays homage to music as a language for all.…

Juan Garcia to Serve as CSU’s Newest Student Trustee

Governor Jerry Brown appointed Juan F. Garcia, to the California State University Board of Trustees on Aug. 13.   Garcia, 19, is a resident of Rancho Cucamonga and has been a student at Cal Poly Pomona since 2016, where he has served as legislative affairs secretary for ASI since 2017. Garcia is also a member…

CPP in Money Magazine’s 50 Best Universities List

Cal Poly Pomona was named to Money Magazine’s 2018 list of “The 50 Best Colleges in the U.S.” for quality and affordability. The university was ranked No. 47, a dramatic rise from its No. 124 position last year.   Contributing to its climb, the magazine profile noted that, “the university’s graduation rate of 69 percent…

Research Team Discovers How Microbes Survive Clean Rooms

Spacecraft assembly facilities harbor a low but persistent amount of biological contamination despite the use of clean rooms.   Rakesh Mogul, a Cal Poly Pomona professor of biological chemistry, was the lead author of an article in the journal Astrobiology that offers the first biochemical evidence explaining the reason the contamination persists.   Chemistry professor…

Formula SAE Finishes Michigan Event in Top Third

Cal Poly Pomona’s Formula SAE racing team finished 39th among 136 teams from more than a dozen countries in the annual Formula SAE competition May 9 to 12.   Leading up to the event, student teams design, develop and construct a single-seat Formula 1-style race car with the goal of having the best overall package…

CPP Student Researchers Take 2nd Place at CSU Research Competition

Three Cal Poly Pomona student research teams each earned second place in their subject category at the CSU system- wide Student Research Competition in Sacramento on May 4 to 5.   Biological and Agricultural Sciences   Janam Dave took second place in the biological and agricultural sciences session for his study, “Aerosolized Liposomal Amphotericin B…

Class Nurtures Ideas and Aspirations of Global Change Agents

Students in one Cal Poly Pomona class are poised to become the next generation of global change agents.   That’s what Political Science Professor Renford Reese envisions.   For the past eight years, Reese has taught a class in the winter quarter titled “NGOs and Social Service Outreach.” NGOs, or non-governmental organizations, are typically nonprofit…

CEIS Podcast Debuts its Second Season

The College of Education and Integrative Studies (CEIS) has launched its second season of weekly podcasts on new trends and innovations in education. The series will continue to highlight faculty, staff and students from the college.   “I’m grateful for the positive comments I’ve received regarding the podcasts,” said CEIS Dean Jeff Passe. “I am…
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