National Science Foundation awards $475K grant to Cal Poly Pomona

August 15, 2019
In The News

The National Science Foundation awarded a $475,000 Faculty Early Career Development Program grant to Cal Poly Pomona, it was announced Monday.

 

The funding will enable Cal Poly Pomona undergraduate researchers to expand research into the “metal-nitrogen oxide interactions and enable the recruitment of a diverse Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics workforce,” according to a statement released by the office of U.S. Rep. Norma J. Torres, D-Pomona.

 

“Cal Poly Pomona is shaping the next generation STEM leaders in California and the world,” Torres said. “This grant recognizes the outstanding work of the Department of Chemistry, invests in critical research, and makes it possible to attract and retain talented students from across the Inland Empire and California.”