CPP Night at Angels Stadium 2022
Thanks for joining us for CPP Night at Los Angeles Angels stadium! We love to see current and future Broncos coming together to enjoy the game. #WeAreCpp
Welcome To The Kellogg Honors College
Video highlighting the KHC program at Cal Poly Pomona.
Academic Innovation Offices and Programs
The Office of Academic Innovation (AI) team includes the Center for Community Engagement (CCE), Kellogg Honors College (KHC), Office of Undergraduate Researc...
Video highlighting the LTD Hatchery program at Cal Poly Pomona.
Cal Poly Pomona Seniors Explain What They're Most Proud Of
We took one last walk around campus and asked graduating seniors three questions: What is the most difficult thing you overcame while at CPP? Do you have a mentor at CPP who inspired you? What are you most proud of accomplishing at CPP?
Cal Poly Pomona Summer Session Add/Drop Starts Today!
Hey Broncos, the add/drop period for summer session 2019 starts today! With almost 600 sessions available, you can make sure that you’re staying on track to take 30 units per year. For more information, visit www.cpp.edu/summer
Cal Poly Pomona's Restaurant At Kellogg Ranch Is Operated By Students
The Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch embodies CPP's learn by doing philosophy, allowing students from the Collins College of Hospitality Management to orchestrate all aspects of the operation. In addition to the student chefs, wait staff and restaurant managers, students from the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture manage a garden that provides a farm-to-table experience at the restaurant.
Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at Cal Poly Pomona
For more information on how to enroll, visit: bit.ly/edleadershipCPP
Thank you for Supporting Cal Poly Pomona
Meet Elizabeth Hernandez, one of the many Cal Poly Pomona students whose life has been transformed by philanthropy. Make an impact in student lives by giving today: http://cpp.edu/give
2019 Cal Poly Rose Float Move Out
The rose float made its way to Pasadena on Dec 20, 2018. They left at 10pm and arrived later at 4am.
2019 Cal Poly Rose Float Decoration Making
Speak peak of how the 2019 Cal Poly Rose Float decorations were made!
2019 Cal Poly Rose Float Construction
Video of the 2019 Rose Float construction by the dedicated Cal Poly Pomona and Cal Poly SLO students.
Holidays on the Farm 2018
Sneak peek at our first ever Holidays on the Farm event at Cal Poly Pomona! Make sure to join us next year for some family-friendly holiday fun!
Don't Miss out on CPP Alumni Events!
Hey Broncos, be the first to know about upcoming CPP Alumni Association events. From CPP Night at Dodger Stadium to Tasting & Auction, we don't want you to miss out on the fun. Update your email here: www.cpp.edu/update
Mini Rose Floats from the College of Engineering
CPP Engineering students built working miniature Rose Floats fit for Colorado Blvd! The student teams had 5 weeks to build the battery-powered floats as part of their first year experience course. During the class competition, the floats had to navigate a 30 foot parade route over a mini speed bump and under a bridge.
Dia De Los Muertos at CPP
The Dia De Los Muertos tradition has become an anticipated festivity on the CPP campus and an opportunity for the entire community to come together in celebration of life. Live sounds of the Danza Aztec Kalpulli Teuxihuit accompany this video. More information here: http://bit.ly/CPPDiaDeLosMuertos
Diane Miller's Cybersecurity Tips for Everyone
Diane Miller is a CPP alumna (’81, information systems) and the director of global cyber-education & workforce development at Northrop Grumman. She shared her top 5 cybersecurity tips from her presentation at the 14th Annual Cyber Security and Awareness Fair. Read the full news story here: http://bit.ly/CPPDianeMiller
CPP Night at the Anaheim Ducks Game
Check out what Broncos had to say at our CPP Night at the Anaheim Ducks game! Full recap here: http://bit.ly/DucksCPP
Bronco Bravo: Rosie Wegrich
Meet Rosie Wegrich, who is retiring after 27 years as head coach of Cal Poly Pomona’s volleyball team.
Veterans Resource Center Celebrates a Decade of Student Success | PolyCentric
This Veteran’s Day, we honor our Cal Poly Pomona student and alumni veterans by reflecting on the impact of the Veterans Resource Center (VRC) over the last ten years. Established in 2012, the VRC commemorated its 10th anniversary in October, celebrating a decade of supporting the personal and academic success of CPP’s military affiliated students. “A lot of us feel like we’re by ourselves when we go to school, and once we come to the VRC, it helps us feel like we belong,” said Jovan Santos, s
W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center Open for Visitors | PolyCentric
The W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center on the Cal Poly Pomona campus is once again open to the public. After closing periodically during the COVID-19 pandemic, the home of the longest continuous Arabian horse breeding program in the United States opened for visitors in April of 2022. The community is invited to take self-guided tours weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Parking is free for visitors in front of the center along Eucalyptus Lane. Visitors must sign in at the main office and review
Hatchery Team Uproots Data on Local Farming Practices | PolyCentric (edited)
Cal Poly Pomona students are using their information-gathering skillset to provide valuable feedback and statistics related to organic produce to the Pomona Valley community. These students make up Team D.I.R.T, a team that is a part of the Learn Through Discovery (LTD) Projects Hatchery. Guided by their faculty mentors, they are analyzing soil samples to determine the quality of produce cultivated by local farmers in and around the area and returning this data to directly improve the quality o
OUR Research Profiles (edited)
The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) creates profiles to foster an interconnected community of research, scholarly, and creative activities participants at Cal Poly Pomona. The goal of creating both the faculty and student profiles is to showcase the diverse selection of contributors in research within our campus. Research embodies the Cal Poly Pomona ideology of “Learning by Doing". Whether faculty mentors or student researchers, we aim to give more visibility to the extensive network of
Faculty and Staff Design Their Own PolyX at LTD Institute | PolyCentric (edited)
Faculty and staff had the opportunity to build their own Signature Polytechnic Experience (PolyX) and share it with their colleagues at a recent institute. The Learn Through Discovery Initiative (LTD) hosted its 7th faculty and staff institute virtually on Jan. 19 and 20, with 28 Cal Poly Pomona staff and faculty in attendance. Institutes are a chance for faculty and staff to learn about innovative pedagogies they can take back to the classroom. Historically, institute themes have varied durin
Students Eager to Make a Difference | PolyCentric (edited)
Over 500 first-year students engaged in a Signature Polytechnic Experience (PolyX) their very first semester at Cal Poly Pomona through the Learn Through Discovery (LTD) FYE Showcase. Happening in person for the first time since 2019, the event gave participating students in the First Year Experience (FYE) program an opportunity to engage in a hands-on project by creating a research poster on a topic they care about. Half of the students presented in person at the University Library on Nov. 18,
Our PolyX Advantage | CPP Magazine
What does Cal Poly Pomona’s learn-by-doing philosophy mean to you? Cal Poly Pomona is introducing PolyX (Signature Polytechnic Experience) to formalize our academic philosophy and provide all students with opportunities to develop creative and innovative solutions to positively impact the world. “PolyX is an expression of our inclusive polytechnic identity. One of Cal Poly Pomona’s unique value proposition is that students have multiple opportunities to obtain these signature experiences both i
2021 Scholar Recognition
The Scholar Recognition Magazine is a collaboration between the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) and the Learn Through Discovery (LTD) Initiative to recognize Signature Polytechnic Experiences (PolyX) at Cal Poly Pomona. The hallmark of a Cal Poly Pomona education is learn-by-doing. PolyX engages students in learning-by-doing through identifying and implementing solutions to real-world problems and opportunities. This digital magazine highlights students in the LTD Projects Hatchery, those
CPP’s Celebration of Research Includes Wide Range of Disciplines | PolyCentric
Cal Poly Pomona will celebrate research and creativity this spring as colleges and departments from across campus recognize students through the Celebration of Research, happening online from April 20 to May 13. The third annual event is an effort lead by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) to feature the creativity, discovery, and innovation of Cal Poly Pomona students from all majors and disciplines. “We’re excited to continue showcasing the research and creativity that occurs across
Over 200 Students Present at Virtual Research Conference | PolyCentric
Over 200 Cal Poly Pomona students presented at the 9th Annual Research, Scholarship, & Creative Activities (RSCA) Conference this year, which was held virtually for the first time. The March 6 conference, hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR), welcomed over 530 attendees made up of student presenters, families, faculty, staff, moderators, judges, volunteers, and alumni keynote speakers. “The students and their faculty mentors went above and beyond in conducting research during a
Student Parents Present at RSCA | PolyCentric
Participants in the May 6 event included Dannielle Cabrera, a psychology student, Andrea Escobar Vara, who is studying business administration and Jessica Coronel, who’s major is biochemistry. The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) asked each a few questions about being a student-parent and researcher during the pandemic. What research did you present at RSCA? Cabrera My research is on student-parent transfer pathways. My goal is to highlight the resilience of the student-parent transfer
Kellogg Honors College Draws Over 400 to Virtual Showcase | PolyCentric
Since 2007, the Kellogg Honors College (KHC) has hosted their Showcase of Excellence, an annual event held at the start of spring semester each year to help recruit prospective students to Cal Poly Pomona and the program. This year, the 14th annual event was held virtually February 19-20, welcoming nearly 300 potential freshmen and over 130 transfer students. “The Showcase of Excellence brings together every academic college and all divisions at Cal Poly Pomona to recruit top students from acr
Students Tackle Social Issues at 2nd Annual Learn Through Discovery FYE Showcase | PolyCentric
First-year students took on social issues from gun violence to mental health awareness at the 2nd Annual Learn Through Discovery (LTD) First Year Experience (FYE) Showcase. Over 250 faculty, staff, students, and guests attended the virtual on Dec. 1. The showcase gave the participating students the opportunity to present the Signature Polytechnic Experiences (PolyX) they completed in their FYE classes during their first semester at Cal Poly Pomona. During the two-part event, students presented
Students Recognized for Polytechnic Experiences in Digital Magazine | PolyCentric
Over 200 Cal Poly Pomona students from five programs are recognized in the first ever PolyX Showcase Magazine. Presented by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) and Learn Through Discovery Initiative (LTD), this digital magazine celebrates students who have successfully completed Signature Polytechnic Experiences, called PolyX for short. Students involved in PolyX are learning by doing through implementing solutions to real world needs, almost always involving research. The students reco
Student Innovation Idea Labs Celebrate, Foster Creativity | PolyCentric
The Student Innovation Idea Labs (SIIL) hosted a series of events in March to celebrate their five years on the Cal Poly Pomona campus. Overall, 274 members of the CPP community participated in workshops and events showcasing the SIIL’s three spaces: the iLab, Maker Studio, and Innovation Orchard. During the week, SIIL also introduced a new name and unveiled a new logo. The SIIL celebrations spanned four days across the SIIL spaces and the Cal Poly Pomona campus. The first day began with an eve
400 Students Present on Campus at 8th Annual Research Conference | PolyCentric
The portrayal of Muslims in the media, ecotourism in Central America, and the risks of raw food diets were among the topics highlighted at the 8th Annual Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Conference (RSCA) at Cal Poly Pomona. Hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR), the March 7 conference attracted more than 700 attendees, including over 400 student presenters, 76 alumni judges and moderators, and 225 faculty, staff, and members of the community who came to support the
iLab, ESTEAM to Commemorate Milestones with Celebration Week | PolyCentric
Some of the most creative spaces on the Cal Poly Pomona campus, the Student Innovation Idea Labs (SIIL), are celebrating five years of existence in 2020, which also marks the tenth year that the adjoining ESTEAM program has provided students firsthand entrepreneurial experience. Olukemi Sawyerr, Assistant VP of Academic Innovation, and Winny Dong, Faculty Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research, helped establish the ESTEAM program and the SIIL, which oversees the iLab Innovation Orchar
CPP Faculty Welcomed into Educators Program | PolyCentric
The second round of the Association of Colleges and University Educators (ACUE) program launched in January, with 31 Cal Poly Pomona faculty members from across the university taking part. The ACUE “Course on Effective Teaching Practices” is a two-semester, structured online learning experience that takes faculty through 25 modules in five areas of teaching competencies. Each module provides multiple research-based, best-practice ideas that faculty can reflect on as a teaching community, applyi
CPP Faculty Recognized for Completion of ACUE Program | PolyCentric
Sixty Cal Poly Pomona faculty members learned an array of innovative, research-based teaching strategies to increase student engagement and achievement thanks to the first visit to CPP by the Association of Colleges and University Educators (ACUE) this year. The course about effective teaching practices gave faculty from each of the eight colleges lessons from a two-semester, structured online learning experience. Faculty tried new ideas and wrote short journal entries about their experiences,
Students Recognized at SCCUR Research Conference | PolyCentric
Two Cal Poly Pomona students received awards and over 100 presented at the Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research (SCCUR) on Nov. 23. SCCUR is a one-day conference held each November at a college or university in the greater Los Angeles area intended to celebrate excellence in undergraduate achievement by providing a forum for the best research, scholarship, and creative work of undergraduates in the region. Sarah Caballero, a masters student in nutrition and food science,
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