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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The College of Agriculture Celebrates the 2016 Commencement Hicks Scholarship Recipients to Intern Overseas Students Share Research Findings at Asian Citrus Psyllid Symposium Dean's Council Gains Three New Members From Foods and Nutrition to Preparing Diets for Insects: One Students Journey Schoolchildren Read "The Black Stallion" to Arabian Horses
With pomp and circumstance, nearly 500 students graduated at the College of Agricultures Commencement ceremony on June 12. Three College of Agriculture students will spend their summers overseas thanks to the Jim Hicks International Scholarship program. More than 20 students made presentations at the 3rd Annual Asian Citrus Psyllid Student Research Symposium. The Asian Citrus Psyllid is a sap-sucking insect that can carry a disease called Huanglongbing that causes citrus fruit to prematurely drop and is 100 percent fatal to citrus trees. The disease is difficult to diagnose because it can take years for infected trees to develop symptoms and looks like a nutritional deficiency. A produce industry leader and two students were added to the Deans Advisory Board. When Nathaly Aquino first came to Cal Poly Pomona, she enrolled as a foods and nutrition major with the goal of becoming a registered dietitian. But it was a poster announcing a new research project that sent her off an entirely different career track one that has a full-time, paid internship waiting for her in Ventura County after she graduates in June. 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.
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