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 for cyber security attacks. According to Symantec’s 2015 report, educational institutions were the third most […]
College of Engineering Dean Debra Larson will end her career at Cal Poly on Feb. 24. to take a job at Cal State Chico.
Benjy Egel [follow id = “BenjyEgel”] President of Poly Canyon Village (2012-13) Board of Directors Representative (College of Engineering) for last two years Cal Poly Homecoming Prince (2012) Campaign Slogan: “Poly Wins With Paquin” Civil engineering junior Connor Paquin has a unique career goal for a student of his major: a job tying engineering and […]
The U.S. Supreme Court will allow a hearing of an appeal which could bring negative attention to how affirmative action is currently used in universities and colleges around the country. In this case, affirmative action gives racial preference to certain students while applying to universities and colleges to give the institution a more diverse population […]
Larson, a civil engineering professor and the Associate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs with Northern Arizona University, was named the new dean of Cal Poly Engineering by President Armstrong on June 24, 2011.
Cal Poly’s Seismic Design team placed second out of 28 teams at the 2011 Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)’s undergraduate Seismic Design competition last weekend.
Dean of the College of Engineering Mohammad Noori was dismissed after allegations of misappropriated funds and a lack of leadership.