Dr. Harold Lint
Dr. Harold Lint joined the faculty in 1947. During the 33 years he served at Cal Poly Pomona, Dr. Lint taught a remarkable variety of courses ranging from entomology and plant pathology, to math and English. Dr. Lint’s love of botany (especially rushes, Juncus) and his love for his students, made him one of the most effective instructors on campus.
In addition to his duties at Cal Poly Pomona, Dr. Lint worked summers as a park ranger in Grand Canyon, Lasson National Park, and the state of Washington. His genuine concern for plants and the environment, which he began voicing 30 years before they became popular issues, was the reason that the Dr. Harold Lint Biological Science Scholarship was established in his memory.