The fields that would be replaced would affect the daily operation of the dairy science program.
Cal Poly’s Learn By Doing philosophy stretches farther than just the San Luis Obispo campus. Every summer, it’s practiced by students in Peru.
To all the gamers and adventurists out there who have dreamed of jumping into the screen and solving the murder mystery, saving the city or cracking the puzzle in an “Indiana Jones” movie — your time has come.
While the drought has prevented students from gaining practical experience, it hasn’t stopped students from wanting to learn by doing.
Is the increased focus on earning while at Cal Poly a recent development? A look through Cal Poly’s history shows that “Earn By Doing” is hardly a new idea.
The Learn By Doing commons — an idea proposed by Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong — would be a place for students of all majors in the six academic colleges to collaborate through hands-on interdisciplinary learning experiences.