Cal Poly Report - April 4, 2012
Orfalea College of Business Among Bloomberg Businessweek’s Top B-Schools
For the fourth consecutive year, Cal Poly’s Orfalea College of Business has been named to Bloomberg Businessweek magazine’s list of the nation’s top undergraduate business colleges. This year, Cal Poly ranked 69th and was one of only three public universities in California on the list. Bloomberg Businessweek bases its rankings on student survey scores; recruiter survey scores; median starting salaries for graduates; the number of grads admitted to the 35 highest-ranked MBA programs; and an academic quality measure that consists of SAT/ACT test scores, faculty-student ratios, average size of core classes, percentage of students with internships, and the number of hours students spend preparing for class each week.
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President’s Cabinet to Feature Open Session on Technology and Education April 27
The campus and community are invited to join Cal Poly President Jeffrey D. Armstrong and the President's Cabinet on Friday, April 27, for a dynamic open session and panel presentation on the role of technology in enhancing student retention and success. The meeting will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in Spanos Theatre. The discussion of enhancing student learning through innovative technological practices and advancements in online resources will begin with a panel titled “External Academic Perspectives in Technology,” featuring two academic leaders who are using inventive practices to connect technology, students, and the corporate world: Dr. Tristan Denley and Dr. Harrison Keller. Denley serves as the provost and vice president for Academic and Student Affairs at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tenn. Keller is vice provost for Higher Education Policy and Research at the University of Texas at Austin and executive director of the Center for Teaching and Learning. The second part of the public meeting, Industry Perspectives in Technology, will feature selected President’s Cabinet members and corporate leaders in a panel focused on how technology has changed corporate education and training programs. The morning will conclude with the Technology Panel Discussion and Interaction with the Campus Community, which will include Cal Poly faculty, staff, and student perspectives. For more information, visit the President's Office online, or contact the office at ext. 6-6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WASC Is Here
A team from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) is on campus this week as one of the last steps in the process of reaffirming Cal Poly's accreditation. The team met with staff members at an open forum Tuesday. Faculty members are invited to attend an open forum at 10 a.m. today (Wednesday, April 4), in UU 220.
For more information visit the WASC website.
Cal Poly “El Rodeo” Yearbooks Now Available Online
DigitalCommons@CalPoly, the campus’ digital archive hosted by Kennedy Library, has digitized the Cal Poly yearbook, El Rodeo, for the four Cal Poly classes celebrating their reunion in 2012 (1932–1962). Those years were prioritized as a way to give back to alumni who may be returning to campus for Open House. El Rodeo years 1927-1930 have also been digitized. The yearbooks are searchable and downloadable online and are available in their bound format in University Archives on the fourth floor of the library. In collaboration with University Archives, DigitalCommons@CalPoly plans to digitize the complete physical collection of El Rodeo volumes. El Rodeo publication was suspended between 1943-1945 (during World War II) and between 1972-1976, with the final yearbook published in 1990. View El Rodeo at DigitalCommons@CalPoly. Or visit the Kennedy Library site for more details about the El Rodeo digitization project.
Cal Poly Graphic Standards and Stationery Updated
Public Affairs has recently updated the campus Graphic Standards Manual. Updates include redesigned letterhead that is less expensive to produce, as well as redesigned tent cards. We have also developed downloadable Microsoft Word templates for letterhead and fax sheets for smaller print jobs. You can find the templates on the Cal Poly Downloadable Brand Files site. For questions regarding the Cal Poly Brand, Graphic Standards and Style Guide, contact Stacia Momburg at ext. 6-6260 or email@example.com.
Hal Johnston is retiring after 24 years as a faculty member in the Construction Management Department and College of Architecture and Environmental Design. Over the years Johnston published two books, "Bidding and Estimating Procedures for Construction" and "Construction Jobsite Management," the latter of which is still being used as a departmental text. He was also a licensed contractor in California, Florida and Washington and a Certified Professional Estimator. A reception in his honor is planned for 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. April 6 in the Morley Conference Room of the Construction Innovations Center (Building 186, Room A101). Join us in expressing our gratitude and best wishes to Hal and his wife Joy for their dedication to the CM Department and CAED for more than two decades. For more details, contact Jenay Reynolds at ext. 6-1323 in the Construction Management Department.
Cal Poly’s Engineers Without Borders Named the Nation’s Premiere Student Chapter
The Cal Poly student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) was recently named National Premier Student Chapter. Founded in 2005 by students dedicated to making a global impact, the chapter now includes almost 200 members working with communities in India, Thailand and Nicaragua to implement sustainable engineering projects. The award recognizes outstanding chapters that excel in organization, fundraising and public relations, engagement in mentor/mentee relationships, and local and regional participation. Since the Cal Poly group’s inception, it has designed and constructed six water filtration systems in Thailand and a health clinic in Nicaragua, and it is implementing a project to design and install latrines in India. The new Local Projects division is partnering with San Luis Obispo County to pioneer the first septic tank reuse in California.
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Campus Dining Unveils New Sustainability Web Page and Programs
Campus Dining has updated its sustainability website with new programs and information, including the 2011 Sustainability Report Card for Cal Poly. Read about Campus Dining’s food and environmental programs, which includes fair trade coffee resources; B.Y.O.B. “Bring Your Own Bags” initiative; and a new egg source from NuCal Foods, an agricultural cooperative of sustainable farms based in northern California. Campus Dining has proudly supported Cal Poly products in a number of the operations and as a source of other local and regional products. Visit the Cal Poly Dining site to find more information.
Women’s and Gender Studies Announces New Scholarship
The Women’s and Gender Studies Department announces a new scholarship opportunity for Cal Poly students: the Sarah Perryman Memorial Scholarship. The Sarah Perryman Memorial Scholarship Endowment honors the mother of biological sciences Professor Emerita Kay Perryman-Snow. Sarah Campbell Perryman graduated from high school in Meridian Mississippi in 1934 and did not have the opportunity to pursue a college education. But she became a talented tailor, a snappy dresser, an avid reader and a life-long learner. A single parent, she instilled her high regard for education and self-reliance in Perryman-Snow, her only child. For the Sarah Perryman Memorial Scholarship, undergraduates majoring in biological sciences, chemistry, biochemistry, mathematics, statistics, or physics (College of Science and Mathematics) may apply. The recipient must have a minimum 3.2 GPA and be nominated by Cal Poly faculty. He/she must have demonstrated a valuable, current contribution to community service, especially women’s equity. Preference may be given to an applicant who is a first-generation college student or has a disadvantaged background. The Women’s and Gender Studies Department will administer this scholarship endowed by Perryman-Snow. A call for nominations will be announced in spring quarter.
National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Honors Two Cal Poly Staffers
Two Cal Poly staff members were honored for outstanding achievement in the field of student affairs two weeks ago at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) annual conference in Phoenix, Ariz. SAFER Program Coordinator Christina Kaviani was presented with the Outstanding New Professional Award by the Men and Masculinities Knowledge Community of NASPA, and Osvaldo Del Valle, learning community coordinator for University Housing, received the Outstanding Mid-Level Professional Award from the Latina/o Knowledge Community of NASPA.
Cal Poly’s Pride Center Hosts Pride Month Events in April
The Cal Poly Pride Center is hosting a series of events in celebration of Pride Month during April. Pride Month is designed to educate the Cal Poly community about the issues faced by its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender population. It empowers students to develop and sustain a sense of community that supports social justice and to take a proactive approach to creating a campus environment where all students feel welcomed. Goals of the series are to spark dialogue about LGBTQIA people and issues, reduce negative stereotypes, and provide space for participants to become educated about commonalities between the LGBTQI and heterosexual community. There are 28 events planned, which are open to students, faculty and staff. Many are also open to community members. Highlights include ally, transgender and bisexuality education workshops, lectures by Cal Poly faculty, and the inaguaral event from the LGBTQIA Faculty Staff Association. To see the full list of events, please visit: http://studentlife.calpoly.edu/pride/programsevents.asp. For more information, contact Erin Echols at 805-756-7153 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Pride Center web site at http://pride.calpoly.edu.
Outstanding Student Employee Nominees to be Recognized April 12
The 36 nominees for Cal Poly's Outstanding Student Employee of the Year will be recognized at a reception set for 11 a.m. to noon Thursday, April 12, at the Albert B. Smith Alumni & Conference Center (Building 28). Cal Poly's 2011-12 Outstanding Student Employee of the Year will be announced during the reception, and president Jeffrey D. Armstrong will give remarks and congratulate each student nominee. Cal Poly student employees, supervisors and supporters of student employees are welcome to attend. Attendees will celebrate the important achievements, contributions and exceptional service student employees give to the university. Congratulations to this year's outstanding student employees.
El Corral Launches Renaming Contest; Winner to Receive a New Piaggio Typhoon Scooter
El Corral Bookstore invites students, staff and faculty to submit new name suggestions for the campus retail store. El Corral is looking to update its name to align with today’s comprehensive polytechnic university and better represent the wide variety of products offered. El Corral looks to preserve the “El Corral” name in the physical and online stores. Submit new name entries to email@example.com by April 15. The winner will receive a 2012 Piaggio Typhoon scooter. Stop by El Corral Bookstore to see the Piaggio scooter in the window. For more information about the contest visit www.elcorralbookstore.com/rename for contest rules, details, and more.
Nominations Sought for President’s Diversity Award
Nominations are sought for the President’s Diversity Award. The award is designed to celebrate campus units that have exhibited commitment to the value of cultural diversity. Provided that deserving entities are nominated in each category, the award is shared between a recognized student organization and another unit of the university or auxiliary, such as a department or program. Each winning unit receives a $1,000 augmentation to its budget for one year. Any faculty or staff member, student, or campus unit may nominate an eligible campus unit for this award. For more information or a nomination form, visit the Inclusive Excellence website. Deadline for receipt of nominations is Monday, April 16.
April 18 Wellness Seminar to Highlight Life Lists
What if you had to create a Life List for 2012, including areas of play, generosity, adventure and hope? Not a resolution of something to stop, but a list of things to try. To find out more, attend the April Wellness Seminar from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, in PAC Classroom (Building 6, Room 124). The Wellness Seminar Series is sponsored by Human Resources’ Work Life Programs & Services and presented by Community Action EAP. For more information, go to the Work Life Programs & Services webpage.
LGBTQIA Faculty Staff Association Plans April 19 Celebration
All Cal Poly employees are invited to celebrate the newly formed Cal Poly Faculty-Staff Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Questioning, and Intersex Faculty and Staff and their allies from 4 to 6 p.m. April 19 in the Dexter Gallery. The LGBTQIA Faculty Staff Association will provide a safe and welcoming environment to empower, attract and retain LGBTQIA faculty and staff. It aims to foster an inclusive campus climate, advocate for equitable policies, support the Pride Center, promote education on LGBTQIA issues, and offer professional development and social opportunities to faculty and staff. In so doing, the organization seeks to develop a sense of community among LGBTQIA staff and faculty and increase multicultural competency for our campus. Through outreach and advocacy, its members strive to be role models for LGBTQIA faculty, staff and students, whom it recognizes as vital aspects of our diverse campus. Visit the association's web site for more information.
Nominations Due by April 22 for Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award
The Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award recognizes a faculty member who has had a positive influence on students through academic advising. The award recipient will receive a $1,200 cash stipend and be recognized at Fall Conference in addition to having his/her picture and award citation posted in the Kennedy Library. One faculty member is recognized annually. The deadline for all submissions is April 22. Please note that the nomination should describe the nominee’s academic advising services, activities and interactions as distinct from the nominee’s teaching responsibilities and should include any special activities that relate to student development. Faculty, staff and current students are eligible to nominate faculty for this award. However, at least one letter must come from a current student, and no self-nominations will be recognized. Nomination information and the electronic nomination form can be online.
Inaugural Club Recognition Awards Set for April 25
ASI and Student Life and Leadership will host the Inaugural Club Recognition Awards on April 25. The event will honor club officers and advisors for their hard work and dedication to Cal Poly clubs during the 2011-12 academic year. Clubs that have received national awards/recognition this year will be honored. And the club, sport club and Independent Student Organization (ISO) of the year will be announced. Student organizations are comprised of volunteer officers and advisors who put in many hours of hard work bringing life to the Cal Poly campus and providing students with various opportunities to embrace the Learn by Doing philosophy. Faculty and staff are encouraged to submit nominations for the club, sport club, and/or ISO of the year. Nominations forms can be found on the ASI website and are due to ASI Club Services no later than 5 p.m. April 13. Completed forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered to UU 203. For more information about the Inaugural Club Recognition Awards, contact Michelle Crawford at ext. 6-2324 or email@example.com.
CMS/PeopleSoft Outage Planned for May 17-23
The PeopleSoft HCM (Student & HR Administration) software used throughout the campus will go through a major systems upgrade beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 17. The outage is set to run through 8 a.m. May 23. This includes services such as Employee and Student Self Service, Enrollment Registration, Financial Aid, Student Finance, Student Center, and Human Resources. During the upgrade, limited access of data through May 17 will be available, and no updates can be made to data in the system. This upgrade is required to maintain vendor support of our applications and improve reliability of the system. During this outage period, CMS/PeopleSoft Finance will remain available. For information during the outage, visit cms.calpoly.edu or contact the ITS Service Desk at ext. 6-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bella Montana Faculty and Staff Housing Community
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April 5 Provocative Perspectives to Highlight Role of Men in Preventing Sexual Violence
Cal Poly’s Provocative Perspectives series for April will feature “Safer Men” discussing “Masculinity, Sexual Violence, and Prevention: How Today’s Men Are the Problem and the Solution.” The event will take place Thursday, April 5, at Vista Grande Café beginning at 7:30 a.m. It is free and open to the public. A follow-up student session discussion will be held in the University Union at 10 a.m. in the MCC Lounge. “Safer Men” features Cal Poly alumni Nicholas Bilich and Kyle Rosso, who will discuss the intersections between men’s identity development and sexual violence, by examining how our culture provokes a masculine identity which creates an environment where sexual assault is more likely. Both men are certified Rape Crisis Counselors in the State of California and volunteer with the San Luis Obispo Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention (SARP) Center. Reservations are required; please RSVP by 5 p.m. Thursday, March 29. For more information call ext. 6-0327 or e-mail Liz Cofer at email@example.com. Attendees with disabilities may request accommodations by contacting the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at ext. 6-1521.
Kennedy Library Presents 'Pressing Forward: The Book Club of California at 100' April 5
Cal Poly's Kennedy Library will present a day of opening events April 5 for its spring exhibit, “Pressing Forward: The Book Club of California at 100." From 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the library will host Stitched! Hands-on Japanese Bookbinding in the second-floor lounge as part of the Cal Poly Science Café series. The event is free and open to all skill levels. Erin Zamrzla, author of "At Home with Handmade Books: 28 Extraordinary Bookbinding Projects Made from Ordinary and Repurposed Materials," will give a talk and demonstration and then lead participants in creating a simple Japanese bookbinding project. Bookbinding kits, recycled materials and easy-to-follow directions will be provided. Later, celebrated woodcut artist Tom Killion will speak at a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. in the second floor café area. A partnership with the Book Club of California, the traveling exhibition showcases fine press books, keepsakes and ephemera published by the Book Club of California and includes selections from Kennedy Library’s Special Collections Fine Print and Graphic Arts Collection. Find more details on the Kennedy Library's website. ("Centennial Keepsake" designed by Bryn Hobson, courtesy Special Collections.)
Pianist Andre Watts to Perform April 5
Leonard Bernstein chose 16 year-old André Watts to make his debut with the New York Philharmonic. Since then, Watts’ illustrious five-decade career has taken him to concert halls around the world, making him one of today’s most celebrated performers. Join us for a program of works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, and Debussy. See Watts at 7:30 p.m. April 5 in the Cohan Center.
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Photographer Richard Ross to Discuss Work April 6
Photographer Richard Ross will discuss his new work “Juvenile in Justice” on April 6 at Cal Poly. Ross is an award-winning photographer and subject of a PBS Newshour feature on this series. The work documents the placement and treatment of American juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist and, occasionally, harm them. The event will run 4 to 5 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center’s Philips Hall on campus. It is free and open to the public. For more information, visit Ross’s website.
Bettye LaVette on Campus April 14
When the Kennedy Center honored legendary rockers The Who in 2009, 63 year-old Bettye LaVette belted a moving “Love Reign O’er Me.” Using that night as a late-life career catapult, LaVette now rivals Aretha Franklin as her generation’s most vital soul singer. See LaVette at 8 p.m. April 14 in the Spanos Theatre.
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Cal Poly Open House Concert April 14
Three Cal Poly music ensembles featuring more than 100 of the university’s finest student musicians will perform at this year’s Open House Concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 14, in Harman Hall in the Performing Arts Center. The Cal Poly Symphony, conducted by David Arrivée, will perform Zoltán Kodály’s Variations on a Hungarian Folksong, “The Peacock.” The Wind Ensemble, conducted by Andrew McMahan and Christopher Woodruff, will perform a selection of American masterworks including Percy Grainger’s “Lincolnshire Posy,” Robert Jager’s “Esprit de Corps” and John Mackey’s “Asphalt Cocktail.” The University Jazz Band I, directed by Paul Rinzler, will perform “House Party,” by Louis Jordan and arranged by Rinzler, “Swingin’ Shepherd Blues,” arranged by Bill Holman, and “What is Hip?” arranged by Mike Tomaro. For more information, visit the Music Department Web calendar.
Ken Waldman & The Secret Visitors Perform April 15
Fiddler, poet, and raconteur Ken Waldman’s variety shows are Alaska’s answer to a certain beloved radio program out of Minnesota. Waldman is joined by a troupe of world-class musicians in a story-telling music fest created just for us April 15 at 3 p.m. in the Spanos Theatre.
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Cal Poly Presents State’s Best High School Musicians in Concert April 15
The Cal Poly Music Department will host the All-State Festival Concert, featuring more than 130 of the state’s best high school musicians, at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15, in Harman Hall in the Performing Arts Center. The All-State Festival Wind Orchestra, Festival Symphony Orchestra, and Festival Jazz Band will perform as part of the closing festivities of Cal Poly’s three-day Open House event. The festival’s Solo Competition winner will also perform, accompanied by pianist Susan Azaret Davies. The Festival Symphony Orchestra, with guest conductor Eric Garcia, will perform “Polovetsian Dances” from “Prince Igor” by Alexander Borodin and “Danzón No. 2” by Arturo Márquez. David Eshelman will be guest conductor of the Festival Jazz Band. They will perform “Nice to Meet You” by John Clayton, “The Penguin” by Raymond Scott, “Los Brujos De Cisano” by Matt Harris and “Rick’s Licks,” by Craig Biondi. The Festival Wind Orchestra, with guest conductor Craig Kirchhoff, will perform “Flourish for Glorious John” by Ralph Vaughan Williams, “The Jig is Up!” by Daniel Kallman, “Amazing Grace” arranged by William Himes, and “Of Sailors and Whales” by W. Francis McBeth. For more information, visit the Music Department Web calendar.
High School Teacher and Cal Poly Grad to Present Noyce Narrative April 16
Jessica Potter – a Noyce Scholar at Cal Poly in both her undergraduate career and teaching credential program and now a first-year biology teacher at Arroyo Valley High School in San Bernardino – will present her Noyce Narrative talk on campus April 16. Potter earned her bachelor’s in biological sciences in 2010 and completed her teaching credential in 2011. Through the STAR Program, Potter spent two summers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory researching the freeze and thaw cycles on the Alaska Ecological Transect. Her April 16 talk will include a discussion on how her experience and excitement in science translates to meaningful classroom experiences for her students and why you should consider teaching as a career to pursue and pass on your own passion for science. The event will run 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Biology Museum (Building 33, Room 285). Information about the Noyce Scholars Program will be available. The deadline for the Noyce Scholars Program is April 23. For more information about the Noyce Narrative and the Noyce Scholars Program, visit the Center for Excellence in Science and Mathematics' web site.
ASI and Aware Awake Alive to Present Mustang Mile 5K Fun Run/Walk April 17
ASI and Aware Awake Alive will present the Mustang Mile 5K Fun Run/Walk from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 17. The run/walk will kick off in front of the Recreation Center and will be followed by a concert and festival inside the main gym. ASI is pleased to work with the family of Carson Starkey to celebrate the privilege of being a Mustang and recognize the importance of caring for one another. Throughout the event, participants are encouraged to enjoy live music, interact and have fun. Julia and Scott Starkey, ASI President Kiyana Tabrizi and campus administrators will lead a short program that will include awards and prizes. Cost is $12. Registration is available through April 13 on the ASI Connect website or at the Recreation Center front desk. Depending on space availability, onsite registration may be open the day of the event. For additional information or questions, contact Missi Bullock at ASI ext. 6-6342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Al Smith Day Celebration Set for April 22 at Swanton Pacific Ranch
The 18th annual Al Smith Day celebration will be held April 22 at Cal Poly’s Swanton Pacific Ranch north of Santa Cruz. There will be train rides, tours of the ranch facilities, Cal Poly Logging demos and a Santa Maria style barbecue. Come ride the Cal Poly/Swanton Pacific Railroad; the one-third scale, steam-powered train will offer free rides from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The barbecue lunch will be served around noon. The event honors College of Agriculture alumnus Al Smith, who left the 3,200-acre, $20 million Swanton Pacific Ranch to Cal Poly when he died in 1993. The ranch serves has an extension of Cal Poly’s instructional programs in agriculture, forestry and other disciplines. Cost of the barbecue, which also includes unlimited train rides, is $20 for adults and $10 for children 8 and younger who register by April 12. Costs after April 12 will be $30 for adults and $15 for children. Call Ed Carnegie at 805-995-3659 to pre-register.
Roll Global Vice Chair Lynda Resnick to Speak April 25 at Cal Poly
Cal Poly will host Lynda Resnick, vice chair of Roll Global, on Wednesday, April 25, as part of the Orfalea College of Business Distinguished Speaker Series. Roll Global is a privately held company based in Los Angeles with interests in agriculture and luxury brands, including Paso Robles-based Justin Vineyards and Winery. “A Conversation with Lynda Resnick” will be held from 2:10 to 3 p.m. in Harman Hall at the Performing Arts Center. Resnick will be in conversation with award-winning journalist and producer Laura Diaz, a Cal Poly alumna. The event is free and open to the public.
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Kennedy Library Exhibits Joe Schwartz’s Photography
Kennedy Library announces an exhibit of Joe Schwartz’s photography. The 98-year-old folk photographer was honored at the Feb. 6 Cal Poly colloquium “Celebrating Diversity" at the Performing Arts Center for a lifetime of work documenting the virtues of diversity. The exhibit is up until June 29 in Special Collections and University Archives on the fourth floor. Special Collections is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Call 805-523-2305 or email email@example.com for more information. Go here to learn more about Special Collections.
State Employment Opportunities
The official listing of staff and management vacancies is posted at http://calpolyjobs.org. To apply, go online and complete the application form. For assistance, call Human Resources at ext. 6-2236.
#102557 - Grants Analyst, Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt I, Academic Affairs - Grants Development, up to two positions available, $3,845 - $5,770 per month. Open until filled. Review begins: April 10, 2012.
#102554 – Director of Enterprise Systems, Administrator III, Information Technology Services, nticipated hiring range: $100,000-$115,000 (compensation commensurate with qualifications and experience). Closes: April 29, 2012.
Faculty Employment Opportunities
Candidates are asked to visit the online employment web site at http://calpolyjobs.org to complete an application and apply for any of the positions shown below. Submit all requested application materials as attachments to your online application, unless otherwise specified in the ad.
#102553, Assistant/Associate Professor of Horticulture & Crop Science – Horticulture & Crop Science Department, College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences, ext. 6-1237. Review begins: May 5, 2012.
Corporation Employment Opportunities
Cal Poly Corporation is a separate corporation operating in concert with the university to provide a diverse range of services and resources to students, faculty and staff. To view job postings and/or apply for any regular-benefited position at Cal Poly Corporation, visit our website. For assistance contact Human Resources at ext. 6-1121.
All positions have excellent benefits provided, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement program, paid sick leave/vacation and holidays. Apply online at www.calpolycorporationjobs.org. CPC Human Resources, San Luis Obispo, CA 93407, AA/EEO.
There are no new job opportunities at this time.
ASI Employment Opportunities
Candidates are asked to visit http://www.asi.calpoly.edu to complete an application and apply for positions listed below. For more information, contact the ASI Business Office in UU 212 or call ext. 6-5800.
There are no new job opportunities at this time.