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Carol and Jim Collins are donating $10 million to The Collins College of Hospitality Management.
Read More Nadia Shpachenko-Gottesman pushes the envelope in contemporary music.
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In the Spotlight
Navigating the Campus
The Compass aims to help students, faculty and staff navigate the university landscape amid construction, maintenance and repair projects. Whether you live or work on campus or commute to get to classes, news and real-time updates about construction projects, road closures, power shutdowns, mechanical malfunctions or maintenance work can help you get to class and work and avoid delays.
Research & Innovation
Innovative Digital Approach to Engineering Class Wins Professors National Award
To help more students succeed in a mechanical engineering course, Professor Paul Nissenson led a group of seven Cal Poly Pomona faculty who won the Online Learning Consortium’s Digital Innovation Award for their innovative changes to the class. The effort boosted the course’s passage rate by over 20 percent.
The university is in the initial stages of exploring opportunities at the 300-acre site that once housed the Lanterman Developmental Center. With feasibility studies completed, the next step is to select a master developer or team of developers. The process will be transparent, and input from constituents on campus and across the region is welcomed.
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