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Photo Credit: William W. Gunn
January 26, 2019

SAT | 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The exhibition, O’Bibliology - A Personal History of Books as Physical Objects, explores the collected book works, artist books and book-related objects that have been in central part of John David O’Brien’s oeuvre from the start. In part, this...

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Author Photo in Nevada
February 13, 2019

WED | 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Imagining Home, Creating Home: Salvadoran Writers Speak!

How do we remember a lost homeland when our memories of it are marked by trauma and violence? How do we construct and reconstruct home and community in Los Angeles when our...

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Somewhere in Between, featured at the Kellogg University Art Gallery through March 17, 2019
January 31, 2019

THURS | 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Somewhere in Between (the Lines): Poetry, Prose and Performance is a “spoken word” event giving an opportunity for individuals to share their ideas about topics related to ethnicity, nationality, and shared cultures. 
 
This...

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Douglas Kent  (’06, master’s in regenerative studies; ’10, master’s in landscape architecture). Image by Tom Zasadzinski

This year marks Douglas Kent’s (’06, master’s in regenerative studies; ’10, master’s in landscape architecture) decade milestone as a lecturer at the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies. An activist and principal of Douglas Kent + Associates, Kent’s expertise...

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December 11, 2018

Implied Intimacy, MLA First-Year Final Review

Student work will reference all previously created geometries, diagrams, drawings, models, and experiences to create a one-to-one on-campus installation. This installation will speculate about the imposition of form on...

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The University Library is offering a stress-reliefs events from Dec. 3-6
December 3, 2018

Finals got you feeling overwhelmed? Take a deep breath...and play with therapy dogs, blow off steam playing on Nintendo Switch or simply unwind in a Relaxation Room on the fourth floor of the University Library.

Cal Poly Pomona University Library has organized a week-long schedule of...

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December 10, 2018

Climate Change Scenarios and Impact of the Greenways to Rivers Arterial Stormwater System (GRASS)

As one of the participating schools in the International Geodesign Collaboration, LA6111L studio at Cal Poly Pomona will contribute to the collaboration with the project “...

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Between Sky and Ground: A Cooling Pavilion Technical Drawing
December 14, 2018

Between Sky and Ground: A Cooling Pavilion

 

Through the research, design and construction of a Cooling Pavilion for the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, students explore technical, spatial and material linkages between sky and ground, water and body,...

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Occupied Spatial Units installed in ENV Atrium
December 7, 2018

Exhibition of student work from the entire semester will be presented in the gallery and atrium. A series of figure-ground studies in 2D and 3D lead to the final outdoor installation project 'Occupied Spatial Unit' (OSU) that explores human interaction in relation to several aspects of color...

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December 7, 2018

Presentation Description:

The studio investigation is an entry landscape sequence to the HOLA Campus’ new Arts and Recreation Center - A new 25,000 square foot building, that consists of modular structures built from single-use shipping containers, converted into music and...

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Pomona PArk Potential Flyer
December 7, 2018

Join student's from Cal Poly Pomona's Landscape Architecture program as they share their analysis of Pomona's park system and its potential for enhancement, in the hopes of sparkign conversation about the future of parks and open space in the city. 

Open to the public

Pomona City...

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ENV Council hosts Coffee & Snacks on Nov. 28-30 at the Building 7 Courtyard
November 28, 2018

Finals and project deadlines got you feeling a little pinched? ENV Council feels you.

The college's elected student leadership will host three days of a coffee & snacks pop-up event in front of Building 7 to give fellow students a little pick-me-up. Take a breather and a cup of joe...

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Cal Poly Pomona's Academic Master Plan is trying to define what it mean to an inclusive polytechnic university in the 21st century
November 27, 2018

What does it mean to be an inclusive "polytechnic" university in the 21st century?

Cal Poly Pomona updated its Academic Master Plan, a Strategic Plan for 2017-2021 that serves as a collective vision for our academic identity, values and future directions. Since its rollout, Provost...

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Alvaro Huerta, Ph.D., moderates "Demystifying Mental Health in Latina/o Communities"

Assistant Professor Alvaro Huerta from the Department of Urban and Regional Planning moderated Demystifying Mental Health in Working-Class Latina/o Communities & Beyond, a Nov. 14 symposium  co-sponsored by the Cal Poly Pomona chapters of the American Planning Student Association (...

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Learn how a co-op works at this APSA-sponsored event on Nov. 20, 2018
November 20, 2018

The Cal Poly Pomona chapter of the American Planning Student Association (APSA) hosts COOP-LA, an hour-long panel discussion with half a dozen Los Angeles-based groups who will discuss what it takes to start and operate a co-op.

 

ART 352 students pitch their design ideas to a Sowing Seeds for Life representative (Image by Sooyun Im)

In Spring 2018, Professor Sooyun Im's ART 352 (Graphic Design II) integrated a service project with the support of Cal Poly Pomona's Center for Community Engagement. The challenge: a branding campaign for La Verne-based nonprofit...

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Kleon Tran traveled to New Zealand to study how isolation influenced the architectural expression of its culture (Collage by Kleon Tran)
November 16, 2018

The second of two 2018-19 L.T. Shanks Travel Scholarship Lectures will feature CPP/ARC student Kleon Tran, who will present his travel and research findings about how New Zealand's geographic isolation has produced "a distinct cultural condition." 

The two Shanks...

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Assistant Professor Alvaro Huerta (URP) will moderate 'Demystifying Mental Health in Working-Class Latina/o Communities & Beyond'
November 14, 2018

Assistant Professor Alvaro Huerta from the Department of Urban and Regional Planning organized and will moderate Demystifying Mental Health in Working-Class Latina/o Communities & Beyond, a symposium open to the university community.

Demystifying Mental Health in...

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Photo Credit: William W. Gunn
November 10, 2018

SAT | 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Somewhere in Between is a group exhibition consisting of twenty-four LA-based artists of various international origins, ethnicities and cultures. These artists address relevant concepts of transnationalism, cultural identity,...

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Franco Mellone traveled to Kenya to study the country's architecture sustainability practices. (Image courtesy of Franco Mellone)
November 9, 2018

The first of two 2018-19 L.T. Shanks Travel Scholarship Lectures will feature CPP/ARC student Franco Mellone, who will present his travel and research findings about sustainanle techniques in Kenyan architecture. His Shanks-sponsored talk will take place on Friday, Nov. 9 at...

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