A concrete canoe might seem like an oxymoron, but Cal Poly’s civil engineering students are employing the laws of science and looking to row their way to another national championship. The Cal Poly team participates in the The National Concrete Canoe Competition where they build canoes out of concrete and race them in the water. […]
A few of the Society of Civil Engineer project teams are headed to nationals after placing first in their regional competition.
Laura Hoover went to the Steel Bridge team practice as it prepared for the national competition.
All the majors Cal Poly requested to go over 180 units were approved.
Despite the current economic downturn, the demand for Cal Poly civil engineers still looks good, according to department chair of civil and environmental engineering Rakesh Goel. He said President Barack Obama’s infrastructure plan to create more jobs for civil engineers could be one reason why. “There is a pretty even demand for civil engineers,” Goel […]
A Cal Poly civil engineering class presented group project proposals about building a new rapid transit bus route from Cal Poly to the San Luis Obispo Regional Airport to an audience at the San Luis Obispo County Library on Nov. 18.
The College of Engineering received recognition at the 2010 Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) symposium for its assessment techniques and evaluation reports utilized by the ABET for ongoing accreditation.
Students from Cal Poly’s Sustainable Mobility civil engineering class presented proposals for a new bike path from Cal Poly through Cuesta College and Chorro Valley to Morro Bay.