News / Events

Maryam Shafahi demonstrates her aquaponics project at the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies

Maryam Shafahi, associate professor of mechanical engineering, opened the university's summer seminar series by sharing highlights of her aquaponics project at the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies.

Besides being efficient and environmentally friendly, aquaponic systems showcase many...

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CPP/ARC team members Anya Budzinskaya, Socrates Medina and New Ngamnimitthum.

The CPP/ARC team received the Honorable Mention Award at the 2018 Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Competition. The annual event is organized by the Los Angeles Business Council and held at Gensler's Los Angeles office. This year's team is comprised of 2018 B.Arch graduates Anya...

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RS graduate students Danielle Slabaugh, Angelica Rocha, Cassidy Furnari and Stephanie Gebhardt prepare for ASI's Earth Week.

Editor's Note: The following article was contributed by graduate student Malik Rivers ('19, regenerative studies). Rivers is one of the founding members of the Lyle Center Sustainability Student Association, re-launched this year with fellow regenerative studies graduate students Cassidy...

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2018 ENV Commencement Reception at Building 7 Atrium
June 10, 2018

The College of Environmental Design invites faculty, staff, and the families and friends of this year's graduating class to celebrate the accomplishments of undergraduate and graduate students of Architecture, Art History and Graphic Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning,...

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Renowned essayist, memoirist, translator, and editor lent his writing skills to the Positively Fourth Street Exhibition. The essay he wrote about the Fourth Street Bridge was published in BOOM California.

Guests view the artifacts from the show.

Follow in the footsteps of fourteen members of the Cal Poly Pomona community who, in the summer of 2017, experienced Morocco though intensive study at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane and immersive site visits to Rabat, Fez, Meknès, Tangier, Marrakech, Essaouira, Casablanca, and the cities and...

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MSRS Emily Nelson was selected for the position of Graduate Student-in-Residence at Mt. San Antonio Gardens for 2018-2019! 

Family Night Poster
June 9, 2018

Special weekend event for the families of the students participating in the show. Hours: Saturday 12-4pm, Sunday 12-8 pm

2d3d exhibition poster
May 21, 2018

The art of the students will be judged by industry professionals. Awards will the given out at 7 pm.

Industry Day Poster
May 19, 2018

Portfolio showcase of graduating seniors for industry only.

Dr. Kim's Events
April 18, 2018

Lecture of the 2018 Dale Prize Scholar, Dr. Anna Joo Kim

As you may know, the 2018 Dale Prize scholar, Dr. Anna Joo Kim, was not able to join the Dale Prize event in February due to her medical condition. After fully recovering her health, she is visiting to URP in order to have the talks...

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Each quarter the Department of Architecture hosts a weekly professional lecture series, held every Friday at 12:15 p.m. at the Interim Design (Building 89).

ENV Speed Mentoring - Spring 2018
April 19, 2018

ENV Speed Mentoring will hold its Spring Quarter 2018 program at the ENV Gallery in Building 7.

Undergraduate and graduate students are offered the opportunity to meet principals, creative managers and industry...

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Firm Day 2017

Cal Poly Pomona’s Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, their faculty, students and alumni invite you to Firm Day 2018. This event is specifically designed to connect you and your firm with our students! Firm Day is an opportunity to present your firm and interview CPP...

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Department of Architecture, Spring 2018 Interim Show
March 28, 2018

Check out the best of architecture student projects from Winter 2018 at the Spring 2018 Interim Student Exhibit.

The one-day show gives faculty, students, alumni and prospective employers a chance to see the best graduate and undergraduate student work from the previous term. The exhibits...

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Shaping the next generation of Architects

Architecture 2030 has teamed up with leading educators in the US to compile cutting-edge courses for Architecture and Planning Schools. 

The syllabi and projects are publicly available - click on the project links below!

The 2030 Curriculum Project...

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Winter 2018 Guest Lecture Series

Each quarter the Department of Architecture hosts a weekly professional lecture series, held every Friday at 12:15 p.m. at the Interim Design (Building 89). The first lecture kicks off on Jan. 12 and concludes on March 2. Read on for the complete...

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2 degrees Celcius
March 2, 2018

The 2°C Symposium is a unifying platform for the public, the architectural design community and the building industry to discuss and address the sustainability issues challenging our society today. 

Unfortunately, even with global awareness of and commitment to acting...

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February 24, 2018

Jang is constantly seeking self-organizing systems known as autocatakinetics. The material of his artworks and their operations and activities function as morphemes, that is, as the grammar of a sociological language. He sees industrial society operating as a...

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David Jang  Black Lewdness (detail), 2016 window blinds, electric motor, steel and  custom circuit board, 0.5 amps, 100 x 31 x 31” Image use courtesy of the artist.
February 22, 2018

Question and Answer session with Artist David Jang and Campus Preview: Thurs., Feb. 22, 4-6pm

Artist Q & A starts at 4:30pm. Refreshements Served.

David Jang, a Los Angeles-based sculptor born in Seoul, South Korea, is known for inventive kinetic installations which employ...

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