The most extensive project is the the 7,500-foot events center.
Though the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) recently began discussing the construction of the James G. Boswell Agricultural Center, that’s not the only project in mind for Cal Poly.
As a class of 1977 Cal Poly graduate, Thulin now leads a college with over 180 faculty members.
Mustang News reporter Katie McDermott takes us inside the forums of the candidates for the open dean position in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences.
As listed on the weekly e-newsletter for Cal Poly employees, Andrew Thulin, John Russin and Kimberlee Kidwell will be making appearances on campus from Friday until May 23 to host open forums centered around their candidacy for dean.
Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong will create two new top-level positions after spring quarter, both of whom will work closely with the president in executing his goals during the coming years.
(Photo by Maggie Kaiserman) Sean McMinn email@example.com UPDATE — 2:47 p.m. It will cost Cal Poly approximately $40,000 in annual salary increases to create a new interim vice president of strategic initiatives, according to presidential spokesperson Chip Visci. David Wehner,…