During quarantine, while people have been turning to arts and crafts to entertain themselves indoors, ecology professor Yamina Pressler has been recognized by Smithsonian Magazine for her work developing “responsibly harvested” soil-based water colors with her friend and colleague, Dr. Karen Vaughn at the University of Wyoming.
Cal Poly’s Research and Economic Development Vice President Renee Reijo Pera will step down from her role in April, according to a campus-wide email.
As Cal Poly moves into winter quarter, students and staff reflect on their fall quarter challenges and experiences. While it was ideal for some, many struggled with the nature of the online learning environment. Political science junior Allison Polmar said…
For six years, she has helped victims rebuild their lives and works with an organization to alert them that they have been scammed.
“Some would say, you know, ‘Why does it matter here? There are not very many Black people, there are not very many people of color,’” journalism professor Julie Lynem said. “But I would argue, in many ways, it’s even more important because there’s such a lack of visibility, lack of voices being heard here.”
Professor Paulo Iscold holds several speed records and is ready to break yet another this weekend in Abu Dhabi.
A new and intriguing visual arts installation has arrived at Cal Poly’s University Art Gallery and is free to the public for a limited time.
When Cal Poly biological sciences professor Emily Taylor leaves the classroom for the day, she always heads straight for the brewery — but it’s not what you think.