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January 21, 2020

Soft Opening Day

Soft Opening (for on-campus)

The Kellogg Gallery welcomes the public for the exhibition opening day of ...

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Bob Kain ('73, architecture) was an ardent supporter of ENV's architecture program (Image by Tom Zasadzinski)

Bob Kain, AIA, ACHA, one of the most active and visible alumni of the College of Environmental Design and a longtime supporter of the architecture program, died Dec. 10 at the age of 69.

“He was very proud of the education he received from Cal Poly Pomona,” said Jenkins Shannon, ENV...

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Lyle Center Interim Director Pablo La Roche and ARC lecturer Eric Carbonnier will represent the U.S. in a six-country research consortium (Mark Maryanovich Photography)

The Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies will share a $26,000 grant with five other universities from Australia, Austria, Italy, Spain and Singapore to research nanotechnology-based thermochromic materials that can be used to design buildings that perform better under the stresses of climate...

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The CPP student chapter of ASLA is sponsoring a resume and portfolio workshop to prepare students for Firm Day 2020
December 12, 2019

Ready for ARC/LA Firm Day 2020? It's not too early to think strategy.

The Department of Landscape Architecture and the Cal Poly Pomona chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects will host a professionals for a resume and portfolio workshop. The session will take place at 6 p...

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Architect Dion Neutra, son of architecture giant Richard J. Neutra, waged decades-long fight to preserve his father’s iconic buildings

Dion Neutra, the Los Angeles architect who waged a decades-long campaign to preserve his father’s architectural legacy, died Nov. 23. He was 93.

The second of three sons of Viennese-born architect Richard Neutra – the master architect credited, along with R.M. Schindler...

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Ray Kappe, the inaugural chair of the Department of Architecture, in a 2012 interview with AIA|LA  (Image credit: AIA|LA)

Ray Kappe, FAIA, the founding chair of the Department of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona and the founding director of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), died Nov. 21. He was 92.

Kappe left an indelible mark in Southern California. An...

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"Exhibitionism" is a panel discussion related to the "Resident Alien" exhibition at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York
November 22, 2019

Professor Axel Schmitzberger and Cal Poly SLO architecture professor Stephen Phillips are co-curating "Resident Alien – Austrian Architects in America," an examination of the contributions of Austrian-American architects in the United States. The exhibition is at the Austrian...

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The Lyle Center Presents: "The Need to Grow." The free film screening is scheduled on Wednesday, Nov. 20
November 20, 2019

The campus community is invited to a complimentary pizza dinner and screening of the award-winning “The Need to Grow,” produced by actress Rosario Dawson.

The film follows the stories of three unexpected and unusual leaders – an eight-year-old, a farmer and an inventor – as they fight...

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Stephanie Pankiewicz, PLA, ASLA, is a partner at LandDesign. She will give a public lecture on Nov. 13
November 13, 2019

The Department of Landscape Architecture will host a public lecture by Stephanie Pankiewicz, PLA, ASLA, as part of its professional lecture series.

Pankiewicz is a landscape architecture and partner at LandDesign, a multidisciplinary firm that provides urban design, land...

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CPPLA will host polymath/architectural designer/landscape urbanist Alberto de Salvatierra on Nov. 8
November 8, 2019

The Department of Landscape Architecture welcomes polymath/architectural designer/landscape urbanist Alberto de Salvatierra for a two-part event: a public lecture and an evening digital workshop.

An assistant professor at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas School of...

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Undeclared majors, prospective students and education professionals are invited to the 2019 ENV Fall Open House, Nov. 6
November 6, 2019

Learn how students can design the future at the College of Environmental Design's Open House!

Prospective students, education professionals, and undeclared majors are invited to get to know ENV's award-winning programs. Departments will provide tours, presentations and demonstrations,...

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What's a Degree Progress Report? Learn how this useful tool can keep students on track to graduate
November 5, 2019

Join ENV Student Success advisors Elizabeth Guevara-Laxama and Teresa Castaneda for a workshop on one of the most useful tools available to students – the Degree Progress Report.

Accessed through BroncoDirect, the DPR provides information about the completion status of undergraduate...

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Valerie Olson, an environmental anthropologist, will give a guest lecture at the Lyle Center on Oct. 30
October 30, 2019

Valerie Olson, an Associate Professor of Anthropology at UC Irvine, will give a guest lecture about her fieldwork as an environmental anthropologist who studies how social groups manage and govern large ecological spaces. The event, hosted by the Lyle Center for Regenerative...

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Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, rooftop view

POMONA, Calif. (Oct. 1, 2019) – The Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, the Cal State University system’s first carbon-neutral facility, is celebrating its legacy and that of founding director John T. Lyle with a series of sustainability-themed public events throughout...

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Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies - 25th anniversary
October 17, 2019

In conjunction with the 25th anniversary celebration of the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, this exhibition focuses on understanding the work of landscape architect John T. Lyle as a pioneer in the field of regenerative design. 

Curated by his daughter, artist Cybele Lyle, the...

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John T. Lyle and the Future of Regenerative Design Reception  |  Photo Credit: William W. Gunn
October 17, 2019

THURS | 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

In collaboration with the Lyle Center’s 25th Anniversary. - The legacy of John T. Lyle will be honored with an exhibition of his work at the Don B. Huntley Gallery. The exhibition – curated by his daughter, artist Cybele Lyle – explores the...

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Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies - 25th anniversary
October 15, 2019

Sink your teeth into the latest book by Doug Kent, landscape architecture alumnus and regenerative studies lecturer. “Foraging Southern California: 118 Nutritious, Tasty and Abundant Foods” is a field guide for beginner and intermediate-level foragers, introducing them to delicious options of...

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Learn about ENV's top-ranked undergraduate programs at the the 2019 ENV Dean's Outreach Breakfast on Oct. 14 at Kellogg West
October 14, 2019

High school counselors and teachers, community college advisors, and academic professionals are invited to the 4th Annual ENV Outreach Breakfast hosted by Dean Lauren Bricker.

The College of Environmental Design is eager to strengthen and build new relationships with regional schools by...

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Neutra VDL House's 2019 Artist-in-Residence Mark Cottle's "The Cost of Money" is a meditation on our transactional society
October 12, 2019

The Neutra VDL Studio and Residences hosts The Cost of Money, an installation by its 2019 Artist-in-Residence Mark Cottle.

A meditation on the steep human and environmental expense resulting from our transactional society, the installation consists of...

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Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies - 25th anniversary
October 11, 2019

Celebrate the silver milestone of the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies at a sunset reception following the Future of Regenerative Design experts’ dialogue.

Mingle with Cal Poly Pomona...

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