Students in the College of Agriculture will have access to a leadership program that will prepare them for their future careers, thanks to a grant of nearly $290,000 from the Department of Agriculture’s Hispanic-Serving Institution National Program.
The Meat Science Club attended the California Association of Meat Processors annual convention on Feb. 23-26 at Chico State University.
Megan Ford of the Cal Poly Pomona women's basketball team has been named an NCAA Division II All-American for her spectacular 2011-12 season, Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) officials announced this week. She is an Agribusiness and Food Industry Management major.
The Agribusiness Marketing Team won a $20,000 scholarship in the HSI Scholarship Competition for their proposal on marketing Sam’s Club to Hispanics.Hot Stuff: Eat At Your Own Risk
The ghost pepper is one of the world’s hottest peppers, and they’re growing in the hydroponics greenhouse at Cal Poly Pomona.Fresh Produce Year-Round at Hydroponics Lab
Locally grown produce such as vine-ripened tomatoes is available all year long from the AGRIscapes greenhouse.Food Marketing Team Scores at Competition
The College of Agriculture's food marketing team won first place at the Western Collegiate Food Marketing Competition held at CSU Fresno.Celebrating W.K. Kellogg's 150th Birthday
Cal Poly Pomona is celebrating the 150th birthday of university founder W.K. Kellogg on April 7, 1860. Mr. Kellogg deeded more than 800 acres of land to the State of California, providing that the property be used for educational purposes and the traditional Arabian horse shows be continued.
Ag Students Focus on Leadership Skills
Meat Science Club Member Wins at Competition
Megan Ford Selected as NCAA Division II All-American
Ag Marketing Team Wins $20,000 Prize
Hot Stuff: Eat at Your Own Risk