Professors, administrators thrilled with new math and science center

As he walks around the Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics, College of Science and Mathematics Dean Phil Bailey is beaming.

Inside Area 52

Laura Pezzini Since his first building proposal in 1985, College of Science and Mathematics Dean Phil Bailey has shown a penchant for creating things that will make a difference on campus. Twenty-eight years later, the dean’s passion is still shown in…

Accreditation team gives Poly positive review

Cal Poly received a passing grade today from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accreditation committee. The committee, led by former Washington State University president Samuel Smith, visited Cal Poly throughout week before presenting its findings and recommendations…

Demystifying the Money: College Based Fees

This is the second installment in our Demystifying the Money series, which breaks down Cal Poly student tuition and fees. Check back next Monday for our third installment on ASI fees. One decade ago, Cal Poly students voted in favor…

Construction continues to cause ‘Big Squeeze’ throughout campus

Expect detours on Via Carta, the major pedestrian and vehicle pathway connecting North and South Perimeter roads, for the next three years as construction is completed for the new Center for Science and Mathematics.

Service Awards Luncheon honors long-time Poly employees

The Cal Poly Service Awards Luncheon on March 10 will honor employees of the State, Corporation and ASI departments with milestone service anniversaries from 10 to 40 years from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Chumash Auditorium.