Brian Jersky, Ph.D.
Dean of Science
Dr. Brian Jersky joined the College of Science in Summer 2012. He is honored to serve as the College’s dean. He is a statistician by training, and has worked within the California State University system for many years. In addition, he served as dean of science at Saint Mary’s College of California from 2006 till 2010.
Craig A. Rich, Ph.D.
Dr. Rich has accepeted the position of Associate Dean (Operations and Student Affairs), begining September 1, 2011, for the College of Science, he is a long-time faculty member and his experience will be valuable in his NEW position with the College of Science.
Craig Rich began teaching at Cal Poly Pomona as an Assistant Professor in 1988. He became the webmaster of the school's website from 1995 to 1998 and also developed Cal Poly's Intranet. He also organizes and judges many local Programming Contests.
Dr. Rich received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from Iowa State University. He received is Ph.D. in 1988. His interests include World Wide Web Technologies, Scalable Computing Environments, Distributed Computing, Cryptography, and Secure Communication.
K.B. (Tina) Hartney, Ph.D.
Associate Dean (Academic Programs and Faculty Affairs)
Dr. Hartney has accepeted the position of Interim Associate Dean (Academic Programs and Faculty Affairs), beginning September 13, 2011, for the College of Science. Dr. Kristine Hartney, a faculty member in the Biological Sciences department, received the Provost's Award for Teaching Excellence this year. Her insight and experience will be valuable in her new position
Director of Development
Loren works with the College of Science administration and faculty, to secure gifts and donations that advance student learning, research opportunities and overall College Advancement. Loren began her career in technology, at Oracle Corporation and has spent the last 10 years in education. She was a teacher in New York City and then became a fundraiser for Teach For America-Los Angeles. Prior to joining Cal Poly Pomona, Loren was Executive Director of Spark, an apprenticeship program, for underserved students in Los Angeles. She earned her Bachelor's degree from Arizona State University and her Master's in Education from Fordham University. If you would like to learn more about making a donation to the College of Science, please contact email@example.com.
Laura McDonald, ASCII
Laura's primary responsibilities are to maintain the Dean and Associate Dean's calendars. Laura also offers her assitance with the Robert Noyce Scholarship.
Jil R. Sandoval, ASCII
Hiram Santisteban, Ph.D.