For the fourth year in a row, Cal Poly Pomona was the leading participant at the Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research (SCCUR). More than 70 undergraduate students from 20 different academic departments presented research posters or talks at the recent SCCUR conference at Mt. San Antonio College. See SCCUR 2011 web site, or read more in a 2010 PolyCentric article.
Cal Poly Pomona’s Biology and Geology departments have been awarded a $1.4 million grant to improve pathways for Pasadena City College (PCC) students who are interested in continuing their environmental science studies at Cal Poly Pomona. Read more.
In 2010, President Ortiz launched a five year comprehensive fundraising campaign designed to raise over $150 million for Cal Poly Pomona. Fundraising goals include improving opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in collaborative research, scholarship, and creative activity with faculty mentors across academic disciplines. Read More.
The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) and the National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) have joined forces to become one organization. Read More.
The Geological Sciences Department was awarded three fedral grants for earthquake hazards research. Each of these projects will involve Cal Poly Pomona undergraduate students. Read More.
A $1.24 million National Science Foundation grant boosts the Cal Poly Pomona's astronomy program, allowing students to perform high-level research and work with top academic experts. Read More.
College of Engineering Project Symposium & Showcase
June 1, 2012 - College of Engineering
Throughout Summer 2011, Cal Poly Pomona's undergraduate research programs offered a series of workshops, seminars, and symposia open to all students and faculty. Read more.
College of Science Student Research Symposium
& Southern California Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting
May 6, 2011 - College of Science
Agricultural Research Institute 10th Annual Research Showcase
October 28, 2010 - AGRIScapes Learning Center