Human Nutrition & Food Science HNFS students apply chemistry, physics, and engineering in their studies as they prepare to become leaders in the nutrition, food, and health fields. Plant Science Plant Science students gain valuable work experience in our on-campus greenhouses, farm, and vineyards. Apparel Merchandising & Management AMM students design, create, market, and sell products from their own clothing lines. Animal & Veterinary Sciences Animal and veterinary science students participate in hands-on lab courses. Agribusiness & Food Industry Management/Agricultural Science Agribusiness students learn about the farm production business from field to plate.
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Holz-Clause to Depart Huntley College of Agriculture Kessler Named Interim Dean Student Takes Second at Horse Show Nationals From Great Minds Come Great Wines Students Present Asian Citrus Psyllid Research Findings Professor, Adviser Honored for Work in Housing Program Alum Wins "Wall of COOL" Honor from Cal Poly Pomona
Mary Holz-Clause is leaving her post as dean of the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture to become chancellor at the University of Minnesota-Crookston, effective June 30. Lisa Kessler has been named the interim dean of the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture by Provost Sylvia Alva. A member of Cal Poly Pomona’s horse show team took second place in her event at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association national championships. Cal Poly Pomona’s latest Horsehill Vineyards vintage, a 2016 Zinfandel rosé, received Gold Medal recognition at the 2017 Los Angeles International Wine Competition. From studying insect coloration and feeding behavior, Huntley College of Agriculture students are performing research into ways to combat the Asian Citrus Psyllid. An animal and veterinary sciences professor and a Huntley College of Agriculture advisor were recognized as Outstanding Partner Awards for their efforts working with students living in residence halls. A plant science lecturer and alumnus has been recognized on Cal Poly Pomona’s “Wall of COOL” for her work to incorporate technology to enhance her students’ learning experience.
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