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Prospective Students Can Meet with Department Chairs

Anyone looking to apply to the Huntley College of Agriculture for Fall 2021 is invited to meet the department chairs, learn about our academic programs, and ask any questions they may have. The college will hold a series of “Chats with the Chairs” from Nov. 9 to 12 on the Zoom video conferencing platform.


Pumpkin Sales Begin!

The university has canceled its annual Pumpkin Festival, pumpkin patch, and all related activities in October due to the Coronavirus, but it still has pumpkins for sale – they just won’t be in the field.

Joanne Sohn

Veterinarian/Professor Named Fulbright Specialist

Joanne Sohn, an associate professor and veterinarian in the Department of Animal and Veterinary Science, was accepted into the Fulbright Specialists Program, which was created in 2001 by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Kiannah Shalise Barclay and Amanda Penicks

Students Named President's Scholars

Two Huntley College of Agriculture students were named 2020-21 President’s Scholars by Cal Poly Pomona for their exceptional student achievement.

Ramiro Dutra

In Memoriam: Ramiro Dutra

Ramiro Dutra, the founder of the Department of Nutrition and Food Science at Cal Poly Pomona, died at his Claremont home on April 20. He was 88.

David Kooyman

BYU Honors CPP Animal Science Alum

David Kooyman (’82, animal science; ’86, M.S. animal science, physiology) was awarded the Thomas Martin Professorship, which is one of the most prestigious honors bestowed by BYU’s College of Life Sciences.

Helen Trejo and Simeng Li

AMM, Engineering Professors Win USDA Grant

Apparel merchandising and management and civil engineering professors were awarded a four-year, $241,000 USDA grant that will provide learn-by-doing research experiences for undergraduate students with U.S. sheep farms and wool use.

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