Fall 2021 Bronco Magazine
In This Issue
MacKenzie Scott Gifts $40 Million to CPP
Eddie Rangel, a visual communications senior, says that Cal Poly Pomona gave him the opportunity to apply his skills and gain experience that would appeal to potential employers. He learned how to be okay with mistakes and failures, using them as opportunities to do and be better.
Nonviolence Studies Minor
Cal Poly Pomona’s Ahimsa Center offers an interdisciplinary minor in nonviolence studies, summer fellowship programs for K-12 educators, and numerous public programs including conferences, public lectures and workshops.
A film chronicling the experiences of women who were sentenced to life in prison earned Political Science Professor Renford Reese Best Documentary Feature honors at the Los Angeles Film Awards (LAFA).
Velma Merriline Smith’s hands were shaking long before she was officially diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2016. Smith, a math professor at Cal Poly Pomona for more than three decades, made sure her students knew that her physical state would not affect her as an educator or as a person.
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