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SLO Transit wins an innovation award

San Luis Obispo’s public transportation system recently received the Innovation Award from the American Public Transportation Association (APTA).  SLO Transit was given this award because of recent work with Bishop Peak Technology that installed reactive smart lighting on city buses. The smart lighting works to better communicate with passengers who have visual, auditory, cognitive or […]

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Union suspects racial profiling after email alleges UPD handcuffed faculty member of color

The California Faculty Association (CFA) suspects University Police racially profiled a faculty member of color during a traffic stop, according to an email obtained by Mustang News sent to all union members Thursday, Nov. 14. But after an initial search, University Police cannot find any incidents matching the description.  After being pulled over earlier this […]

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The last campus climate survey cost $55,000. Here’s why CPX is costing $243,000

This is the last week students, faculty and staff can participate in the Cal Poly Experience (CPX) survey. The survey is a part of the university’s $234,000 partnership with diversity specialist Damon Williams and his Center for Strategic Diversity Leadership and Social Innovation Team, which began in February 2019. Williams will analyze the survey results […]

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Associate Dean Camille O’Bryant came up with ‘Love, Empathy and Respect’ Campaign. Now she is being awarded for it

The Cross Cultural Centers showed some love to the creator of the “Love, Empathy, Respect” campaign as Associate Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics Camille O’Bryant was awarded the first Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Award. The campaign aims to bring more awareness on issues regarding diversity and inclusion within the campus community. Created […]

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Diversity specialist Kimberly McLaughlin-Smith returns to campus; her thoughts on Cal Poly

Diversity and inclusion specialist Kimberly McLaughlin-Smith returned to Cal Poly’s campus Nov. 8 to facilitate two discussions on allyship and cross-cultural respect. “How can people who do what I do help? I want to inspire courage and truth telling,” McLaughlin-Smith said. “Truth telling digs up that underbelly and shows people who they are on the […]



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