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Susan Kellogg Bell

Kellogg Descendant to Receive Agricultural Achievement Award

A great-great-granddaughter of W.K. Kellogg will receive the 2019 Jim Hicks Agricultural Achievement Award from Cal Poly Pomona. Susan Kellogg-Bell, a longtime fashion industry executive and consultant, will be presented with the award at the Huntley College of Agriculture’s 5th Annual Farm to Table Spring Harvest Dinner on April 27.
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Jaqueline Ruiz a senior majoring in microbiology

Research and Creative Activities Conference Highlights Student Work in a Range of Fields

On Friday, March 1, more than 400 students presented their research at the 7th Annual Student RSCA Conference in oral presentations or at the poster and creative works showcase The more than 200 projects provided hands-on experience in fields ranging from graphic design, the humanities and behavioral and social sciences to biological and agricultural sciences, engineering and physics.
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Jennifer Switkes

Professor Helps Students Discover the Beauty of Math

Cal Poly Pomona’s Jennifer Switkes was one of three college professors in the country to receive a prestigious award from the Mathematical Association of America in January. Switkes was honored with the Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics at the largest mathematics meeting in the world, a joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the MAA in Baltimore.
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Lanterman Development Center

University Establishes Lanterman Advisory Committee

President Soraya M. Coley has established a broad-based campus committee to provide input as Cal Poly Pomona and FivePoint Holdings, LLC partner to re-envision and develop the site formerly known as the Lanterman Development Center. The ultimate vision is to transform the site into a vibrant university-oriented, mixed-use community that supports the academic mission, generates revenue and provides benefits to the surrounding area.
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Christian Martinez
Alumnus Andrew Kopp

"What I’ve learned at the Petersen Automotive museum and what I learned at Cal Poly Pomona is, if you’re passionate about something, don’t hesitate to go for it."

Andrew Kopp
Archival and Metadata Technician at the Petersen Automotive Museum

Luca Bella food samples

Cal Poly Pomona Tasting & Auction

The annual Cal Poly Pomona Tasting & Auction is an unforgettable, open-air gathering in the picturesque Kellogg Pomona Rose Garden and Aratani Japanese Garden. Guests mingle with friends, savor fabulous wines, sample wonderful craft beer and taste enticing cuisine from some of Southern California’s most popular restaurants, while enjoying lively musical and auction entertainment. Proceeds will benefit Cal Poly Pomona and its 24,000 students with academic enrichment opportunities.

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Career Center

The Career Center provides resources to help students plan their career and search for a job. Students can find part-time, full-time and internship positions via Handshake, the Career Center’s job posting board. The Clothes Closet provides students with professional attire for interviews and career-related activities. Drop-in peer advisors are ready to review resumes and cover letters while career counselors guide individuals in exploring the best major based upon interests and career goals.

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Students smile during the 2018 commencement ceremonies


Get ready to turn your tassels and leave Cal Poly Pomona with a sense of accomplishment and pride. Here’s what you need to know about the 63rd annual commencement ceremonies.

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