Though Cal Poly’s change of major process has changed several times since its inception to make it easier on students, those who have not gone through the process still perceive it to be very difficult. Changes have been made to the process to help ensure students are given the opportunity to find the right major […]
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Cal Poly’s new ‘Change the World Challenge’ application due Nov. 5
Cal Poly College of Engineering is offering $35,000 in prize money to upperclassman student teams that participate in the first Change the World Challenge, a competition aimed at addressing the world’s pressing issues and promoting holistic thinking amongst students. For the first installment of this challenge, this year’s theme is “Solutions for Living in a […]
First-ever CLA summer research symposium marks growing collaboration with College of Engineering
The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) held their first-ever Summer Undergraduate Research Program Symposium in collaboration with the College of Engineering — highlighting more than $50,000 worth of summer research from Cal Poly students and faculty. The event, held on Oct. 1, consisted of seven different experiments and showcases where student researchers were able to […]
The 26.6%: Women in Engineering
In 2014, Mustang News explored the 19 percent of women in the engineering department at Cal Poly. Six years later, Mustang News explores what has changed during that time, if anything at all.
Pixar lighting director to speak about navigating male-dominated fields
Pixar executive will speak on campus about diversity and inclusion regarding women in the field of computer science.
Meet the candidates for ASI 2018-2019
Get to know this year’s ASI Presidential and Board of Directors candidates.
College of engineering dean to leave Cal Poly
College of Engineering Dean Debra Larson will end her career at Cal Poly on Feb. 24. to take a job at Cal State Chico.
Keysight donates $1.3 million worth of equipment to create mobile communications lab
Students can now use the laboratory, located in the Engineering East building.
Computer science sophomore killed in train incident
Wolf was remembered as humble, entertaining and intelligent.
Here’s how the Fall 2015 admitted students stack up
To start, the average GPA of admitted students is a 4.0.
Parsons VP named Cal Poly’s visiting cybersecurity director
Britton will be at Cal Poly for two years.