Cal Poly Pomona edged out UC Berkeley in a cyber defense competition during spring break to win its fifth consecutive regional title. The 8-member team will compete in the national round later this month in Texas.
Mike Sheldon, the chief executive officer of Deutsch LA, will be the inaugural speaker for the College of Business Administration’s Leadership Forum, a special series that aims to inspire and motivate leaders to transform business and society. Sheldon will deliver his presentation at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10 in the University Theatre.
The Cal Poly Pomona chapter of the American Marketing Association captured several awards at the AMA 35th Annual International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans, making it one of the most successful chapters in the country for the 2012-13 school year.
The College of Business Administration is set to host its yearly cyber defense competition just as the need to combat cyberattacks has never been greater.
Alumnus and businessman Michael Entzminger has pledged $50,000 to support the new College of Business Administration complex. In gratitude, a department office will be named the Mach 1 International Business and Marketing Department Suite, after the international freight company Entzminger (’76, marketing management) founded in 1988.
When Kathy Tully (’76 marketing management and ’80 master of business administration) moved from Florida to California to pursue a college degree, she believed life would be better for her on the West Coast. At the time, she had $1,000 in savings and a trunk modestly filled with the bare necessities.
Cal Poly Pomona has enhanced its free income tax preparation services thanks to a new partnership with the California State Board of Equalization.