Department Rosters: Listing of faculty and staff by department, pulled from the LDAP databases, is not accurate or up-to-date by qtr.
Download the ISC Services document explains services offered by the Instructional Support Center (ISC)
ISC Work Order Form: ISC Work Request form (pdf)
ISC Work Order Form: ISC Work Request form: save to comp/fil out and re-attach to EM(doc)
Experts List: Listing of faculty and staff areas of expertise
Alumni: Links to the University and Departments Alumni web sites
Faculty/Staff Emergency Procedures: Links to the emergency procedures for faculty and staff.
Download the 2012-2013 Curriculum sheets/Roadmaps (College of Science)
BioTrek: An educational experience of the tropical rainforest, aquatic environments of the tropics, California and California indigenous plants and people.
CIRM Bridges to Stem Cell Research: The 2009-2012 California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) Bridges to Stem Cell Research program is a government funded program aimed to broaden the participation in stem cell research by individuals representing the diversity of California’s population.
COSL: The College Of Science Learning Centered Activities affords College of Science students many opportunities to "learn-how-to-learn" and apply their knowledge in hands-on projects, collaborate with faculty members on research, and participate in valuable internships and service-learning programs. COSL highlights learning centered activities and resources for student success.
ISC-Instructional Support Center: (see above for Service Memo) Established to ensure instructional materials are created/printed in a timely manner as well as posted on Blackboard, for faculty/staff. Assist Faculty/Staff with software. COS Website edit/updates/Contact and quarterly Roster. COS Inventory Control. DSX Software System, updates/maintenance (rooms - elevators Bldgs 3 and 4) as back-up. Located: Computer Science Lab, Bldg 8, Rm. 51C. Contact: 909.869.5362, firstname.lastname@example.org, 909.869.5362, Drop Box outside ISC door (all hard copies) and ISC Work Orders to be filled out.
MDC-Motor Development Clinic program of Kinesiology. New to COS, located in Kellogg Gymnasium Bldg. 43, Rm. 146, Dr. Perky Vetter (Director), Mary Stegemann, Clinic Coordinator. A small clinic therapy gymnasium is available along with a viewing/waiting room and a clinic office for ages 5-13. http://www.csupomona.edu/~mdc
MaSH: Mathematics and Science Help is now part of Academic Programs and located in the Univ. Library - Learning Resource Center (LRC) .Located on the second floor Rm. 2921. Contact: Teresa Vail 909.869.3917 - Tracy McDonald, MaSH Director 909.869.4274.
McNair Scholars Program: Funded by a grant from the United Sates Department of Education, is named for Ronald Erwin McNair, one of the first African-American astronauts and is designed to increase the number of low-income, first-generation students, or underrepresented students in doctoral degree programs. Located: Bldg. 8, Room 306. website: http://www.csupomona.edu/~mcnair/
Nova: NASA Opportunities for Visionary Academics: A chemistry course for teachers of the 21st century.
Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (RISE) is a student development program for minority-serving institutions. The goal of the program is to increase the number of students from groups underrepresented in biomedical and behavioral research who complete Ph.D. degree programs in these fields.
Robert Noyce Scholarship Program: Encourages talented Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors and professionals who might otherwise not have considered the teaching profession by offering up to $10,000 per year for two years.
Science Solutions: One way for Cal Poly faculty and students to provide scientific advice to civic organizations and community groups on technical issues they face.
SEES: Science Educational Enhancement Services, is Cal Poly's program to promote diversity among students majoring in one of the departments in the College of Science.
Programs for Science & Math Teachers: The College of Science provides professional teacher development for K-12 teachers and outreach and support for teachers and students through a variety of programs and collaborations.
WEEA: Women's Educational Equity Act Research Apprenticeship Program,
is a mentoring and professional development equity project. The goal of the program is to develop and implement a model that will increase the number of women eligible to join the professional workforce in the math, computer, and physical sciences.