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Students in the CSIRP Lab

A New Hub for Cyber Security Research and Instructional Services

Cal Poly Pomona is launching a Cyber Security Instructional Research Project (CSIRP) that will promote innovative teaching, research and collaboration. The project, which integrates existing campus IT services, will be a cross-disciplinary hub that offers collaborative lab and office space, equipment and high-performance computing resources to faculty and students for cyber-security research and teaching.
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Students in the iLab

CPP One of Three CSUs to Earn NSF Innovation Corps Grant

Cal Poly Pomona has earned a three-year National Science Foundation (NSF) Innovation Corps (I-Corps) grant to identify promising research and development projects on campus and help find ways to commercialize them. The university is only one of three CSUs and one of 10 institutions in California to be awarded the grant.
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Carlos Aceytuno

Designer Behind 2019 Rose Float is CPP Student

Carlos Aceytuno, a sophomore graphic design major from Pomona, submitted the winning design for the 2019 Cal Poly Rose Float “Far Out Frequencies.” Aceytuno, who has never designed or worked on any float, had seen the Rose Parade on television before. But seeing the 2018 Cal Poly float “Dreams Take Flight” in person, when it was displayed on campus last January, sparked his curiosity.
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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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Olukemi Sawyerr
Olukemi Sawyerr

"We want our students to be able to apply their disciplinary knowledge to real-world problems. We want our students to understand that they have the capacity to solve the problems they see every day."

Olukemi Sawyerr
Assistant Vice President for Academic Innovation

Students in the VRC

Veterans Resource Center

The Veterans Resource Center provides veterans and military personnel a centralized source for information, support, guidance and community. Students can find answers about financial aid, military benefits, registration and orientation, as well as solve individual issues that require one-on-one assistance. Faculty and staff can learn about veterans and their specific educational needs through professional development workshops and improved communication channels.

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