Food Science & Technology FST students apply chemistry, physics, and engineering to develop healthy, tasty foods. Plant Science Plant Science students gain valuable work experience in our on-campus green houses. Apparel Merchandising & Management AMM students design, create, market, and sell products from their own clothing lines. Animal Science Animal Science and Animal Health Science students participate in hands-on lab courses.
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Schoolchildren Read "The Black Stallion" to Arabian Horses Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society Inducts New Members Plant Science Department Issues RFP for Westwind Ranch Crop Research Project Mr. David Lannom ('70, Ornamental Horticulture) Fallbrook Couple Named College of Agriculture's Distinguished Alumni for 2016 AVS Alum Travels the World to Become Veterinarian Livestock Tech Trains to Become Dog Judge
Thirty-two local schoolchildren visited the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center on Wednesday, May 18, to read their favorite parts of The Black Stallion to the Arabians. The College of Agriculture held its annual induction banquet for Gamma Sigma Delta, The Honor Society for Agriculture, Cal Poly Pomona, Kellogg-Voorhis Chapter. The Department of Plant Science is requesting the establishment of a public/private partnership for technical assistance for growing produce on the Westwind Ranch in Chino, Calif. The successful applicant for this partnership will work in conjunction with the plant science department to design and install a production and research study that will provide us with information about new and alternative crops that be produced at Westwind Ranch. David Lannom, the 1996 Distinguished Alumnus from the College of Agriculture and a former longtime nursery employee, died on May 12. He was 70. A friendship that began at Cal Poly Pomona nearly 50 years ago blossomed into a personal and professional partnership that continues to thrive for Tony and Sue Godfrey. Edwin Arriolas journey toward becoming a veterinarian may have started at Cal Poly Pomona, but it took many unexpected turns that carried him to distant lands. Marie Nagano loves animals and get cant enough of them. As a livestock technician at Cal Poly Pomona, Nagano works with sheep and pigs in the Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences. But in her spare time, the alumna (79, animal science, pre-vet option) is in the process of becoming a judge for Australian shepherd dog competitions. Its an arduous journey that has taken years, investing her own money, and traveling to foreign countries.
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