Three Cal Poly students stumble upon the winning project for SLO Hacks hackathon.
Color Coded, a new club at Cal Poly, is shedding light on the issue of diversity in the computer sciences both in the field and on-campus. The club was founded in Spring 2018 by software engineering sophomore Simon Ibssa and…
Ticket into Tech gives Cal Poly grads the opportunity to work in tech and make a head-of-household wage.
A web app called Ridetrackr has been made to improve the use of designated drivers throughout greek life. Computer Science seniors Collin Dutter and Ethan Harlig were inspired to create this app after watching their fraternity members struggle to communicate…
SLO Hacks provided students with an opportunity to develop and create computer programming projects, all in 24 hours.
According to Interim Dean Meagher, increasing the percentage of females in engineering is a top priority for CENG.
With the Digital Transformation Hub, Cal Poly and Amazon intend to help solve the world’s problems through innovative technology.
Teams throughout California came to Cal Poly to compete in timed cybersecurity challenges designed to emulate modern cybersecurity threats.
Every day, Cal Poly receives millions of spam messages, according to Information Technology Services (ITS) Deputy CIO Ryan Matteson. While students don’t see a majority of the spam they receive, numbers show that universities across the country are a target…
The new Central Coast Cyber Forensic Lab is creating opportunities for Cal Poly students to get involved in cybersecurity.