IT Training Orientation Session
The IT Training Department at the College of the Extended
University is hosting a free orientation session from
6:30 to 8 p.m. Participants will hear an overview of
the new IT course curriculum and can meet with instructors
to discuss the new flexible format certificate programs.
Light refreshments will be served. Read
Fall 2006 Quarter Begins
Thousands of students return to Cal Poly Pomona for the first day of Fall Quarter.
Fine Art Auction to Help Literacy Program
September 24 The Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center will feature its first Literacy Through the Arts Auction of fine art to help raise funds for its outreach programs as well as scholarships for low-income families. More than 40 pieces will be offered from artists including R. Kenton Nelson, Paul Soldner, Michael Aschenbrenner, Steve Tobin, FR. Bill Moore SS.CC., William Catling, Shirley McWhorter-Moss, Craig French, Chris Toovey, Ken Scheffer, and many more. Read more...
Business and Baseball
September 25 The College of Business Administration Alumni Chapter is sponsoring its third annual "Evening at the Ball Park " for all alumni at Angel Stadium. The $30 ticket includes a private reception with a barbecue dinner and a seat in the Terrace box level ($56 value). Read more...
Cal Poly Pomona is Coming to Colorado
September 29 and 30
Mike Boyle '66, radio personality on the Mike Boyle
Travel and Restaurant Show, will host two Colorado
Springs and Denver-area alumni receptions where you
can meet President Mike Ortiz and fellow alumni. Read
Graduate & Professional School Day
October 5 The Golden Key International Honor Society will host its 14th Annual Graduate and Professional School Day. Representatives from more than 100 universities and programs will be on hand with applications and information in the University Quad from10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Contact Karen Capestro for more information at (909) 869-2341.
Alumni Association Golf Tournament
October 6 Spend a Friday afternoon playing golf at Coyote Hills AND raising money for scholarships. All proceeds will go towards the Alumni Scholars program. Read more...
Landscape Architecture Hosts ASLA Alumni Event
October 6 The Department of Landscape Architecture is hosting an alumni event at the ASLA Annual Meeting, EXPO and 43rd IFLA World Congress. Cal Poly Pomona will have a table at the ASLA Alumni Reunion on Friday, Oct. 6, from 8 p.m. to10 p.m. at the Hilton in Minneapolis, MN. For more information, contact Cathy DeMarzie for more information at (909) 869-2673.
Edge Culinary Arts Class
October 7 The College of the Extended University is offering a new culinary arts class that will give students the cutting edge. The new knife skills course will be from 10 a.m. to noon in the demo auditorium at the Collins School of Hospitality Management. Participants will learn knife selection and handling skills. For more information or to register, visit www.ceu.csupomona.edu/courses/enrich/knife.asp.
October 14 Volunteers and runners are needed for this event, which celebrates the life of Matthew Myers, a student who lost his life in an accident on campus in 2005. Matt was an avid runner, and the Run/Walk in his honor is designed to bring the community together to keep his memory and passion alive while raising money for scholarships.
Making Connections.Career Day
October 16 Make valuable connections with more than 200 leading employers for part-time, full-time and internship opportunities. Bring resumes and dress to impress.
14th Annual Pumpkin Festival
October 21-22 Pick Cal Poly Pomona-grown pumpkins at this popular annual event. Other activities include insect fair, horse rides, a petting zoo, entertainment and a variety of food and game booths sponsored by the College of Agriculture student clubs. For information, contact the Festival Hotline at (909) 869-2215 or the College of Agriculture at (909) 869-2200.
Urban Planning Alumni Event
October 23 The Department of Urban & Regional Planning invites its alumni and friends to join with former classmates, faculty and colleagues for an evening of fun, food, and conversation at the California Chapter of the American Planning Association Annual Conference. Read more...