El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por José González. Más de 50 estudiantes de contabilidad de Cal Poly van a ofrecer servicios gratuitos de preparación de impuestos por medio del programa Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, o VITA, los próximos sábados desde el 29 de enero hasta el […]
Cal Poly to provide free tax preparation for people with low incomes
Siga aquí para leer este artículo en Español. More than 50 Cal Poly accounting students will be providing free tax return preparation assistance through the Volunteer Income TAX Assistance program, or VITA, on Saturdays from Jan. 29 to March 12. According to a Cal Poly press release, the clinic is reopening to those in the […]
Cal Poly students win in local elevator pitch competition
The Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) hosted their 12th annual Elevator Pitch Competition in the Performing Arts Center. Cal Poly students competed against students from Cuesta College, Allan Hancock College and dual-enrolled high school students. Students gave their 90-second pitch to a panel of judges and two teams were selected to win […]
Cal Poly professors discover political polarization affects how people shop
Research co-led by two Cal Poly marketing professors finds that political polarization in the U.S. has a substantial and often negative impact on individuals’ everyday lives as consumers, causing them to make purchasing decisions that align with their political affiliations.
Selling 100 products in 11 weeks: A look inside ITP 467
Selling100 products in 11 weeks Kiana Hunziker January 10, 2020 0 A miniature portable garden, a multipurpose cart and a hitch cover that doubles as a locker were once just mere ideas. Now, they are the latest products of Cal Poly’s industrial technology and packaging (ITP 467) course. Applied Business and Production Management is a […]
OCOB Dean Scott Dawson to retire at end of academic year
Orfalea College of Business (OCOB) Dean Scott Dawson announced his retirement at the end of this academic year to pursue a career in the private sector. Dawson came to Cal Poly in 2014 after working at Portland State University for 29 years, 14 of which he spent as a dean. He said he made the […]
Proposed Business Building renovations would add coffee kiosk, study areas and analytics agency
The Orfalea College of Business (OCOB) is proposing a new addition to the current Business Building (building 3). The new two-story addition will occupy the current outdoor courtyard area. The proposed 6,000 square-foot building will consist of two floors, each equipped with more study rooms, quiet study labs, group rooms, a lounge space, an analytics […]
New sales minor now accepting applications
Orfalea College of Business (OCOB) is accepting applications now for their new sales minor, set to debut Fall 2019. Administration, faculty and staff collaborated to form the minor after students expressed a need for more sales-related curriculum, according to marketing professor Lisa Simon. “We saw a need to give students a stronger foundation in […]
The Hispanic Business Student Association hope to partner with other clubs to share their mission
In business administration sophomore Nicholas Perez’s hometown of La Mirada, California, he could see a person of just about any race or ethnicity anywhere in his neighborhood. After arriving in San Luis Obispo for Week of Welcome (WOW), Perez felt instead like he was seeing “almost the same thing over and over.” Although he participated […]
Reducing $28,000 to $50: Students resolve low-income tax claims
In Fall 2018, the LITC had 28 active clients, closed 10 cases and had $85,435 of liabilities reduced.
Student startup prepares to launch the first convertible heels
The product will be on Kickstarter throughout the month of July and a pop-up shop will occur June 30.