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Cal Poly Report — July 29, 2015


Cal Poly, UC Berkeley Receive $6 Million Grant to Enhance Collaboration in Data Science

Cal Poly Physics Professor Brian Granger working at white board with UC Berkeley collaboratorCal Poly and UC Berkeley received a $6 million grant from a three-foundation partnership to further develop an open-source software that already influences the way work is done in industries ranging from genetics to finance. The software package, called Project Jupyter, makes data science more collaborative and interactive. The funding comes from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Cal Poly Physics Professor Brian Granger and Fernando Perez with the UC Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, will lead the effort. Project Jupyter is the evolution of Perez and Granger’s work developing the IPython Notebook, a popular user interface for interactive computing across multiple programming languages. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Sustainable Environments Program Wins Statewide Best Practice Award

teaching sustainabilityThe Sustainable Environments minor in the College of Architecture & Environmental Design received a Best Practice Award for Sustainability in Academics from the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference (CHESC). CHESC is an annual conference that highlights cutting-edge research and case studies with proven successes in curriculum development, operational programs and community partnerships. The event is jointly organized by independent and private colleges, California community colleges, the California State University, and the University of California, creating the opportunity for dialogue across institutions. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Cal Poly Study to Assess Water Savings Possible with Alternative Pool Covers

The National Plasterers Council announced a new study at the Cal Poly National Pool Industry Research Center to examine water-use reduction that could be realized if outdoor swimming pools are covered by different types of market-available covers. Given the severity of California’s current drought, the potential water savings is substantial: a 30 percent reduction in evaporation from California pools would save more than 10,833 acre-feet of water per year — enough to supply a city of about 100,000 people. The study will involve daily measurements of water level and weekly water chemistry readings for eight pools at the Cal Poly campus over 60 days. Climate data — including air temperature, wind speed, and rainfall — collected at a weather station at Cal Poly will also be used for the study.

NASA Astronaut and Cal Poly Alumnus Visits Campus as Part of STEM Outreach to Youth

Victor Glover with group of stduents, all taking selfies of the groupNASA astronaut and Cal Poly engineering alumnus Victor Glover visited campus to speak about "Engineering Possibilities" as part of the Engineering Possibilities in College (EPIC) summer camp. EPIC is an outreach program designed to introduce underserved students in seventh through 12th grades to the benefits of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education. Glover, a lieutenant commander in the Navy, was among eight candidates named to NASA's 21st astronaut class in 2013. The classmates completed their initial astronaut training and are now active NASA astronauts eligible for mission assignments. He was selected from the second largest number of applications NASA had ever received — more than 6,100. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

San Luis Obispo Authorizes Cal Poly Police Department to Cite Offenders Near Campus

President Armstrong and Mayor Jan Marx sign Memorandum of UnderstandingPresident Armstrong and San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Howell Marx signed a memorandum of understanding giving University Police officers authority to issue citations for city violations within one mile of campus. University Police will be able to issue citations for alcohol, noise and unruly gatherings as well as public urination and other violations. In the past, UPD has patrolled those residential areas but has only been able to issue citations for violations of state law. The new agreement will allow UPD to issue citations for offenses to the city's municipal code. Fines for municipal code violations range from $350 to $700 for first offenses.

Renovation Project Revitalizes Cal Poly P Landmark

Renovation crew walks away from Poly P on hillsideWork has begun to renovate the Cal Poly P, a hilltop landmark that has overlooked the campus and city of San Luis Obispo for nearly a century. The project will correct some erosion issues and restore the Poly P to a safe condition for students to continue the tradition of decorating the monument to commemorate campus activities and to display school spirit. Late last year, the university temporarily stopped that decades-old tradition over safety concerns that erosion had made footing around the concrete structure unsafe for students toting 5-gallon buckets of paint, brooms, brushes and paint rollers. The students' commitment to improving and maintaining this iconic landmark and the tradition of decorating the P was so great that ASI approved funding for the project — the first major overhaul of the Poly P since 1997. In addition, students proposed managing the day-to-day operating policies and scheduling activities related to the hilltop letter. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Submission Guidelines Revised for Cal Poly Report

Cal Poly Report (CPR) is Cal Poly's official employee newsletter, designed to communicate information about officially sanctioned university news or events to faculty, staff and administrators. A new policy has been developed to help ensure CPR continues to contain only relevant and approved information. Submissions are now required to come from, or be approved by, the employee designated to approve submissions in the respective colleges, units and work areas. A list of designated approvers is available on the Cal Poly Report index website. Entries submitted by those other than the designated approver must be accompanied by an approval form signed by the unit's approver. The approval form is available online in fillable pdf format and a Microsoft Word format. CPR is published weekly during the school year, except during academic breaks, and monthly in the summer. The deadline for each weekly issue is 12:30 p.m. the Thursday prior to publication.

Faculty & Staff

Ramezani Appointed Interim Chair of Agribusiness Department

Cyrus RamezaniCyrus Ramezani has been appointed interim department chair for the College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences Agribusiness Department. Ramezani led the finance area in the Orfalea College of Business and has extensive experience in agricultural economics. Ramezani's appointment follows the retirement of Jay Noel.

Dairy Science Administration Integrated into Animal Science Department

The College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences’ Dairy Science Department administrative structure was combined with the Animal Science Department's. The new Animal Science Department will offer two degree programs -- one in animal science and one in dairy science -- as well as five minors: equine science, meat science and processing, poultry management, rangeland resources, and dairy science. The combined administrative structure will reduce overhead and enable more efficient program delivery.

Student Affairs Appoints Director for Disability Resource Center and Testing Services

Debi HillStudent Affairs appointed Debi Hill as director for Disability Resource Center and Testing Services. Hill is responsible for administering and advocating for resources that provide equal access for all students, faculty, staff and campus guests by promoting inclusive design, providing reasonable accommodations, and assessing the effectiveness of the campus experience. Most recently Hill served as the principal administrator for the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education. She was responsible for managing more than 50 classified staff and faculty members and managed programs in the county’s community school sites, juvenile court system, and independent study programs. Hill was also a psychologist for the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education, responsible for supporting at-risk and special needs students attending K-12 public schools.

Orfalea College of Business Awards Marketing Professorships

Brennan Davis (left) and Lynn MetcalfThe Orfalea College of Business awarded the Hood Professor of Marketing to Lynn Metcalf and Brennan Davis. The award, founded by a family of Cal Poly alumni, is given each year to marketing faculty who push boundaries to evolve student learning opportunities and support the objectives of the college and university. Metcalf, who began teaching at Cal Poly in 1986, led the implementation of the university’s new integrated marketing communications minor. In his first year at Cal Poly, Davis served as chair of the Marketing Analytics Task Force while developing new courses central to the undergraduate concentration in marketing and the new Master of Business Analytics program slated to begin in the fall of 2016. The Hood family created the endowment in 2005 after their daughter Becky graduated with a degree in marketing. The family established a similar endowment to support faculty in Cal Poly’s electrical engineering program, where Richard Hood and his son Brian are alumni. For more information, visit the Orfalea College of Business website.

2013-14 Graduate Status Report Available; Help Sought Soliciting Responses from 2014-15 Grads

GSR fact sheet Career Services has completed the Graduate Status Report (GSR) for the 2013-14 graduating class. The information is used by academic departments across campus for accreditation, recruitment and advancement purposes. To view the report and historical data, visit the GSR webpage. Career Services is also collecting data for the 2014-15 report. To ensure the most accurate reporting possible, Career Services asks departments, colleges and faculty to use their personal connections to encourage 2014-15 graduates to complete the survey. Click here for the survey Web page. For more information, contact Seth Igarta at

Workshop on 'Flipping Your Classroom' Set for Aug. 17

The Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology (CTLT) is offering a workshop Monday, Aug. 17, on converting a key module of an existing course into a flipped model of instruction. The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction online, outside of class, and moving “homework” into the classroom. The goal is to improve student learning in course modules that deliver key concepts using the flipped model. By shifting lectures and discussions online, there is more in-class time for hands-on Learn by Doing. A stipend is offered for completing the workshop. For registration and details about the workshops, visit the CTLT website.

AFD to Host Second Annual Fall ABC Summit Sept. 9-10

The Administration & Finance Division Business Connection (ABC) will host the second annual Fall ABC Summit Sept. 9-10. The event is a two-day training and networking opportunity for department staff and management personnel who support and/or approve critical finance and human resource functions. The ABC summit provides a high-level overview of topics that employees will encounter and specific tracks and classes that support budget and human resource job functions. Classes will include information on Fiscal Policies & Procedures; Funds – Sources and Uses, Absence Processes and Approvals, Hospitality, Travel, Facilities, Purchasing, Recruitments, University Campus Programs, Grants & Sponsored Programs, Public Records Act, Hiring Students, and other AFD business topics. A sign-up survey will be emailed in August with a list of session descriptions and recommended sessions by function. Due to limited space, registration will be required for attendance. For updates, visit the ABC training calendar. For more information, email, or call Karen Weller at ext. 6-7668 or Dawn Rudder at ext. 6-5871.

Save Money and Learn: CSU Fee Waiver Benefit Available

The fee waiver program provides eligible faculty, staff and management employees the opportunity to attend classes at CSU campuses at greatly reduced rates. The benefit may also be transferred to eligible dependents. For information regarding eligibility, guidelines, procedures and deadlines, visit the Administration & Finance website. For more information, contact Terizza Miller at or ext. 6-7354.

Catastrophic Leave

Rochell Daney, administrative analyst in Communications Admissions, has qualified for catastrophic leave. Those wishing to donate leave credits to help her remain in full-pay status during an extended leave of absence should contact catastrophic leave coordinator Jeanne Schrader at ext. 6-1304 or to request a donation form.


Nancy Owen will retire after 12 years of service with ASI and 14 years on campus. Owen has worked in various positions, including her most recent in Accounting Services as an accounting technician I, specializing in accounts receivable and fixed assets. A retirement reception will be held from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, in the San Luis Lounge in the UU (Building 65, Room 221).


Ethnic Studies Student Receives CSU Trustees’ Award

Mario EspinozaComparative ethnic studies student Mario Espinoza was awarded the 2015 CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement. The Outstanding Achievement Awards are presented annually to one student from each of the CSU system’s 23 campuses. Honorees are selected for their superior academic performance, personal accomplishments, community service and financial need. As part of the recognition, Espinoza will receive a $6,000 scholarship. This spring, Espinoza was selected as a UC Santa Barbara Academic Research Consortium Scholar. In preparation for graduate school, he will conduct research that will serve as the foundation for a future outreach program to interest underrepresented youth in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics). For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Food Science & Nutrition Students Win Grand Prize at National Product Development Competition

Four students on Food science and nutrition team that won Disney product competitionA team of food science and nutrition students won the grand prize in the Disney Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Student Association Product Development Competition held during IFT’s Annual Meeting and Food Expo in Chicago. The students were tasked with creating a market-relevant, nutritious snack for children 10 and younger that met the standards of the Disney Nutritional Guidelines and incorporated at least half a serving of a fruit, a vegetable, a low-fat dairy product or whole grains. Cal Poly’s team created their Build a Snowman Kit based on the Disney character Olaf from the movie “Frozen.” The kit consists of two whole wheat Olaf-shaped crackers, a fruit-and-vegetable spread, and dried cranberries as a topping. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Journalism Students Win CNPA Newspaper Contest Awards 

Mustang News staffers won five Campus Excellence in Journalism awards at the California Newspaper Publishers Association’s (CNPA) Better Newspapers Contest. Mustang News took home three first-place plaques, including the best feature story, “Eversley's Ascent” written by J.J.  Jenkins, a 2014 business administration graduate; best editorial comment, “CSU's Derecognition of Christian Club Unfair,” by Aja Frost, a senior English major; and best website by Mustang News staffers. The student news organization also received second-place awards for best writing and best sports photo and was a blue ribbon finalist in four categories: general excellence, best writing, best sports story, and best sports photo. Approximately 175 newspapers submitted 4,000 entries to the contest. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Student Teams Place High at National Packaging Design Competition

Four different packing examplesFour Cal Poly student teams placed high in the recent Institute of Packaging Professionals AmeriStar Packaging Awards Competition. The teams developed consumer packaging designs for health, beauty, pharmaceutical and other products through the Orfalea College of Business Packaging Fundamentals courses. Cal Poly teams earned second place for the design of an all-in-one contact lens case and solution bottle; third place for the redesign of a pill bottle that is childproof and ergonomically designed for those with arthritis; and honorable mentions for No-Mess-Scara, a flexible mascara bottle and wand that prevents clumps, and the EZ Pour Funnel, a sleeve-style plastic funnel built into the packaging of a standard motor oil bottle. For more information, visit the Orfalea College of Business website.

Floral Design Team Takes Top Honors at National Competition

Cal Poly’s Floral Design Team was awarded first place in the Duplicate Arrangement category at the American Institute of Floral Designer’s 2015 Symposium in Denver. Kirsten Smith, an agricultural science senior, placed fourth in the individual category. In the Bridal Bouquet competition, Cal Poly placed fourth overall, and Sara Do, an agriculture and environmental plant sciences junior, placed seventh individually. In the Place Card Table Arrangement category, the Cal Poly team placed eighth. In overall scoring, Cal Poly placed 10th out of the 14 schools competing.

Campus Announcements

Business College Annual Magazine Available Online

Cover of 2015 Cal Poly Business MagazineThe Orfalea College of Business has released its annual publication, Cal Poly Business Magazine. The 2015 edition focuses on innovation, with stories from the college’s alumni, students and faculty about how they are changing the business world for the better. The cover story features entrepreneurship alumna Jessie Becker, the CEO of InPress Technologies. After helping build student programs in Cal Poly’s Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Becker is leading the company as it markets a medical device that stops postpartum hemorrhage in new mothers. To view the magazine, visit the college's website.

Parent & Family Weekend to be Held in Tandem with Homecoming

Parent & Family Weekend and alumni Homecoming activities will be held on the same dates this fall, Oct. 22-25, as part of the newly branded Mustang Family Weekend. The partnership is designed to be a more efficient use of campus resources to yield a weekend of entertaining, informational and educational opportunities for both audiences. The Honored Alumni awards celebration will be held Nov. 6, as originally scheduled.

Dean of Students Offers Information on Cal Poly Cares

The Dean of Students Office is available to share information with faculty, staff and departments about the Cal Poly Cares program, created to support the needs of students who are unable to afford expenses that are core to their ongoing academic success.  Cal Poly Cares can assist students with financials needs, including unexpected emergency expenses, housing and meals, personal care items, academic supplies and materials, and professional clothing. For more information and an application, visit the Student Affairs website or contact Joy Pedersen at or ext. 6-6749.

Workshop Scheduled July 30 and Aug. 18 on Assisting Students Facing Food Insecurity

The Dean of Students, Financial Aid, and Campus Health & Wellbeing will offer a workshop for faculty and staff on assisting students who have food insecurity. The workshop will be offered twice, from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday, July 30, and 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Aug. 18, both in the lower level of the Health Center, Room 11. The workshop will provide tangible resources and information about campus services for students experiencing food insecurity, including information about The Hunger Program, which offers meals vouchers to students experiencing hunger due to financial need. To register, contact Susan Staub at or ext. 6-5150.

Cal Poly Foundation Board to Meet Aug. 1

The Cal Poly Foundation board of directors will hold its meeting at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, in the Keck Lab in the Advanced Technology Laboratories (Building 7). The meeting is open to the public. For more information about the meeting, or to obtain a copy of the agenda, call the Cal Poly Foundation office at ext. 6-7147.

Employment Equity Facilitator Workshops to be Held Aug. 12

Employment equity facilitator workshops will be held from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12, in Fisher Science (Building 33), Room 290. Martha Cody, director of the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO), will lead the workshop. Jen Myers in the Office of Academic Personnel and Chrystal Pope or Taj Knudsen from Human Resources will answer questions and provide information on faculty and staff recruitment. Ethan Kuster, an OEO administrative analyst, will discuss institutionally sponsored H-1B visas for foreign faculty and staff. To enroll, contact Kuster at or ext. 6-7387. For more information, visit the website for the Office of Equal Opportunity.

Chicana Latino Faculty Staff Association to Hold Meetings Aug. 13 and 27

The Chicana Latino Faculty Staff Association (CLFSA) will plan its annual fall convocation and other events for the 2015-16 academic year at meetings to be held from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13 and 27, in Erhart Agriculture (Building 10), Room 241. The CLFSA is open to all faculty, staff and administrators who have an interest in Chicana Latino issues in education and are committed to promoting the goals and objectives of the association. The meetings are open to members and interested parties. To be added to the group’s email list or for more information, contact Debra Valencia-Laver at For more information, visit its Facebook page or the CLFSA website.

Financial Planning Seminar to be Held Aug. 19

Human Resources will present a seminar that encourages attendees to enroll in a workplace retirement plan. It will be held twice, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1 to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 19, in the Administration Building (No. 1), Room 133. The seminar will explore how current employees’ retirements might differ from those in a prior generations, the importance of saving for retirement, the benefits of participating in a workplace retirement plan, and the most common retirement plans offered by employers. To register, visit the Valic website and use code 4116SAN11AA.

Volunteers Sought to Greet New Student Residents Sept. 11-13

Faculty and Staff are invited to help welcome nearly 5,000 students scheduled to move into residence halls for the 2015-16 academic year. Move-in is scheduled for Friday through Sunday, Sept. 11-13. The Mustang Way Welcome Team will greet new students and their families, answer questions and assist with move-in. Shifts will run from 7:45 to 11:30 a.m. each day. Volunteers will get a T-shirt and badge and be asked to attend an orientation meeting at the Housing office (Building 31) on the day of their shift. Pastries and orange juice will be provided. Volunteer registration is requested. To register, click here. For more information, email or call ext. 6-1226.

Statistical Consulting Available During Summer 2015

The Statistics Department is providing statistical consulting service to the university community to facilitate research design and data analysis in a wide variety of disciplines. The consulting service is intended to support projects and research of faculty and staff and provide assistance for students working on senior projects and graduate research. Professor John Walker is serving as the consultant. He is available to advise on data collection, experimental design, and analysis of research projects. He can also lead seminars or tutorials on requested topics and offer advice on various computer packages available at Cal Poly. Consulting hours are by appointment only and may be scheduled by emailing Faculty, staff and students interested in utilizing the consulting service are encouraged to access the Statistics Department website for additional information, including what to bring to a consulting session.

Campus Network Upgrade Will Continue Through August

Information Technology Services (ITS), working with the Chancellor’s Office, is upgrading the campus network. Phase I work is in progress to build a parallel network to replace the existing network. Although there might be technical staff working in your areas, no outages are anticipated during the first phase of the project. Phase II is expected to occur from mid-July to mid-August. This will involve moving the campus community to the new network, which will cause brief outages during the migrations. Notice will be given prior to any scheduled network outages. Once a firm schedule has been received from the vendor, further information will be available on a project website. For more information, call the ITS Service Desk at ext. 6-7000.

Mothers Needed for Bottle-Feeding Study

If you are a mother 18-40 years of age and are bottle-feeding your baby 0-6 months of age, you may be eligible to participate in a Cal Poly study on how bottle-feeding influences infant feeding. The study consists of three two-hour visits, which will take place on campus. Mothers will be compensated $75 for time and travel. If interested, call ext. 6-5546 or email

Campus Administrative Policies Update

Cal Poly is continuing its review of Campus Administrative Policies. For more information on proposed draft policies, visit the CAP Drafts webpage.

Hours Modified for Cal Poly Ticket Office in Summer

The Cal Poly Ticket Office is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday until Sept. 1. The ticket office will be open from noon to 6 p.m. from September through June.


Cal Poly Arts Announces 2014-15 Season

Celebrating 30 YearsCal Poly Arts announced the 2015-16 season line-up that includes showcase events including Melissa Etheridge and an encore performance of the Broadway musical "Mamma Mia!" The schedule also includes dance from the Moscow Festival Ballet and the 20th anniversary tour of Riverdance, the comedy of Tom Papa, the music of Los Lobos and the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra, and family shows including "Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat," and wacky science man "Doktor Kaboom!" Individual tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, July 31. Season subscriptions are available now, with savings up to 15 percent and advance priority seating. For more information, visit the Cal Poly Arts website.

Alumni Big Band to Play at Madonna Inn Aug. 29

The group of Collegians musicians The Cal Poly Collegians Alumni Big Band will celebrate its 48-year reunion with a performance from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, in the Madonna Inn Ballroom. The 20-member ensemble will recreate the jazz and swing music of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Les Brown and other big bands. Music major Troy Hanson, bass player and winner of the 2014-15 Cal Poly Collegians' Jazz Scholarship, will join the performance. The alumni band is comprised of Cal Poly graduates from the late '40s to the early '60s. The predecessor to today's University Jazz Bands, the band was founded as a student band in 1937 by then-Music Department Head Harold P. Davidson. Admission to the performance is free; contributions to the Collegians jazz scholarship are welcome. The Collegians draw a full house every year, and seating is guaranteed only for those who make a reservation and dine at the Madonna Inn Steak House. Non-diners who wish to dance or listen are accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis. For dinner reservations, call 543-3000. For more information about the performance, email Collegians member Bob Alberti at or call the Music Department at ext. 6-2406.


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Friday, Aug. 28
Men’s Soccer — vs. UNLV, Spanos Stadium, 7 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 4
Women’s Soccer — vs. Stanford, Spanos Stadium, 7 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 13
Women’s Soccer — vs. San Jose State, Spanos Stadium, noon.

Wednesday, Sept. 16
Women’s Volleyball — vs. Pepperdine, Mott Athletics Center, 6 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 18
Women’s Soccer — vs. Dayton, Spanos Stadium, 7 p.m.
Women’s Volleyball — vs. San Diego State, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 19
Women’s Volleyball — vs. Loyola Marymount, Mott Athletics Center, 4 p.m.
Football — vs. Northern Iowa, Spanos Stadium, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 20
Men’s Soccer — vs. College of Charleston, Spanos Stadium, noon.
Women’s Soccer — vs. California, Spanos Stadium, 2:30 p.m.

Job Vacancies

Employment Opportunities

The complete listing of staff and management vacancies is posted on the Cal Poly Jobs website. To apply, go online and complete the application form. For assistance, call Human Resources at ext. 6-2236.

#103759 – Graduate Programs Analyst (Administrative Analyst – Exempt I), Orfalea College of Business, Graduate Management Programs. $3,897-$6,022 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Aug. 3.

#103760 – Administrative Support Coordinator II, College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences, Food Science & Nutrition. $3,115-$4,913 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Aug. 3.

#103766 – Administrative Support Coordinator I, College of Science & Mathematics, Mathematics Department. $2,846-$4,484 per month. Internal recruitment. Closes Aug. 14.

Faculty Employment Opportunities

Candidates are asked to visit the Cal Poly Jobs website to complete an application and apply for any of the positions shown below.

#103741 Librarian 12-month in Library-Academic Services, Academic Services Department, Kennedy Library, ext. 6-2374. Review begins Aug. 10.

Part-Time Lecturer Pools – Pools are opening for the 2015-16 academic year. Visit the Cal Poly Jobs website to search department of interest.

Corporation Employment Opportunities

Cal Poly Corporation is a separate entity operating in concert with the university to provide a diverse range of services and resources to students, faculty and staff. All positions have excellent benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement, paid sick leave/vacation and holidays. Visit the Corporation website to view job postings and/or apply. For assistance, contact Human Resources at ext. 6-1121.

Assistant Supervisor, Campus Dining, $11.97-$17.95 per hour.

Baker, Campus Dining, $11.97-$17.95 per hour.

Catering Services Supervisor, Campus Dining, $15.91-$23.87 per hour.

Salad Maker, Campus Dining, $10.38-$15.56 per hour.

Project Coordinator, Kinesiology, $38,168-$57,262 per year.

Asset Protection Coordinator, University Store, $44,033-$66,040 per year.

Director, Upward Bound, $48,024-$68,412 per year.

Dairy Processing Operations Manager, Animal Sciences, $44,033-$66,040 per year.

Contract and Grant Analyst II/III, Sponsored Programs, $44,033-$66,040 per year.

Sponsored Programs Manager, Sponsored Programs, $58,522-$87,838 per year.

ASI Employment Opportunities

Candidates are asked to visit the ASI website to complete an ASI application and apply for positions listed below. For more information, visit the ASI Business Office in UU 212 or call ext. 6-5800.

Accounting Technician II (AP/Fixed Assets). $19.02 per hour. Open until filled. Review began Monday, July 13.