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Cal Poly Report — March 18, 2015

Cal Poly Report will be on hiatus during the academic break March 23 through 27. The next edition will be April 1.


University Holds Open Forum to Discuss March 7 Party and Roof Collapse

Panel leaders onstage at the eventPresident Jeffrey D. Armstrong, Vice President Keith Humphrey and ASI President Joi Sullivan spoke at a public forum moderated by Dean of Students Jean DeCosta March 12. The event drew more than 500 students, faculty and staff, and members of the San Luis Obispo community to discuss student-community relations and the March 7 party that resulted in a collapsed garage roof on Hathway Avenue. The forum was a chance for Armstrong, Humphrey and Sullivan to share their thoughts on the gathering and how such events can negatively impact individual students’ futures as well as the university’s relations with the nearby community. Dozens of attendees also spoke, giving their ideas on how the university, its students and the surrounding community can more effectively and positively coexist. To view a video of the entire forum, watch the video on YouTube.

University of Texas Administrator Named Cal Poly's New VP of Administration & Finance

Cynthia Villa headshotCynthia Vizcaíno Villa, vice president for business affairs at The University of Texas at El Paso, has been named Cal Poly’s new vice president for Administration & Finance, the university’s chief fiscal officer. She will begin her duties July 1. As Cal Poly’s top fiscal executive, Villa will oversee a key division in the university that is responsible for budgets and capital project planning; human resources, which deals with one of the largest workforces in San Luis Obispo County; the campus police department; the Cal Poly Corporation, the university’s nonprofit that operates the bookstore and campus dining facilities; the Performing Arts Center, one of the premier concert venues on the Central Coast; and maintaining nearly 6 million square feet of space in the university’s 150 major buildings. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Cal Poly Wrestlers Head to NCAA Championships

Cal Poly will send two wrestlers to the NCAA Division I National Championship Mar 19-21 in St. Louis, Mo. It is the first time in three years that Cal Poly wrestlers have advanced to the tournament. The national contenders include senior Dominic Kastl and freshman Nick Fiegener. The national championships will be televised on ESPN's family of networks and every match will be carried on ESPN3. The content will also be available on WatchESPN. For more information, visit the KSBY 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

History Professor Awarded $152,000 NSF Grant for Slavery and Science Research

Katey MurphyCal Poly History Professor Kathleen Murphy received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for more than $152,000 for her project “Exploring the Use of British Slave Trade Ships to Gather Biological Specimens and Data.” Murphy’s project examines the many connections between science and the slave trade and how slavery facilitated the production of scientific knowledge. Since many 18th century botanical specimens were found in West Africa, the Spanish Americas and the British Caribbean, naturalists exploited the slave trade to collect specimens. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Graphic Communication Wins Award for Technology Leadership in Education

The Graphic Communication Department was awarded the Flexi Award for Technology Leadership in Education during the 2015 FlexTech Alliance Conference Feb. 27 in Monterey, Calif. The Flexi is awarded to organizations that demonstrate outstanding contributions to the flexible and printed electronics industry through education. The quality of education, practical applicability, number of students completing courses, and focus on flexible printed electronics are also taken into consideration. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

English Professor Named CSU Bakersfield Writer in Residence

John Hampsey headshotEnglish Professor and author John Hampsey has been named the 2015 CSU Bakersfield (CSUB) Stiern Library PG&E Writer in Residence. As part of the writer-in-residence program, Hampsey will deliver a reading for the CSUB university community May 7 and will lead a daylong workshop on the art of memoir writing June 25. His selection as CSUB’s writer in residence comes after the early success of Hampsey’s recently published memoir, “Kaufman’s Hill.” The book offers a compelling tale of boyhood in the early to mid-1960s in Pittsburgh, Penn. Set in a middle-class Catholic neighborhood, the memoir takes place just before the heavy influences of the counterculture take hold. The book explores personal and social struggles amid larger issues of racial animosity and urban violence. 

Registration Required March 18 New(er) Faculty for Breakfast

The Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology invites faculty and teaching staff to the New(er) Faculty Community Breakfast. The event will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday, March 20, at the Performing Arts Center Pavilion. A hot breakfast will be served at 8:30 a.m. The topic will be "Students In Distress." The presentation will focus on the increasing rates of social and emotional challenges students face during their campus experiences. This is an opportunity to better understand what might be going on in the minds of the young people showing up in classrooms. Attendees will receive information about providing appropriate support or referrals to campus professionals. Registration is required by March 18. To register, click here.

Pride Faculty Staff Association Winter Social to be Held March 20

The Pride Faculty Staff Association invites interested Cal Poly employees to its winter social from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Friday, March 20. The event will be hosted by Keith Humphrey, vice president for Student Affairs. Friends or partners are welcome. Appetizers and wine will be served. For event details and location, contact Adam Serafin at For more information or to add your name to the confidential guest list, visit the Pride Faculty Staff Association website.

Workshop on Collaborative Advising for Student Success to be Held March 20

University Advising and Academic Programs & Planning are sponsoring the second in a three-part series designed to create goals and a shared vision for advising across campus. The Collaborative Advising for Student Success (CASS) Workshop II will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, March 20, in Chumash Auditorium (left). The workshops are open to the campus community including campus leadership, the advising community, faculty, staff and students. Don Maruska will facilitate the event. He is an entrepreneur, business coach, speaker, and author of the books “How Great Decisions Get Made” and “Take Charge of Your Talent.” RSVP for the CASS Workshop II by Wednesday, March 11, to Carrie Canine at

Applications for Learn by Doing Scholar Award Due March 20

The Learn by Doing Scholar Award, has been established to acknowledge and inspire faculty for formal scholarship and research into Cal Poly’s signature pedagogy, Learn by Doing. The inaugural awards will be given in two categories to create an inclusive process that encourages fully realized as well as emerging scholarship. The Published Research category ($2,000 award) recognizes completed research that has been externally reviewed and shared through publication or presentation. The Planned and In-Progress Research category ($1,000 award) recognizes promising research proposals or research in progress and supports faculty in completing and sharing their findings. Open to all Cal Poly faculty, the awards are sponsored by the Information Services advisory board. Applications will be accepted through Friday, March 20. Recipients will be announced in spring 2015. Application procedures and criteria for the award categories are available on the Kennedy Library website.

Grant Writing Workshop to be Offered Spring Quarter

The College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences, the Grants Development Office, and Sponsored Programs will offer a workshop on grant writing from 11 a.m. to noon Thursdays this spring. The nine-week program begins April 2 and will be held in the Erhart Agriculture Building (No. 10), Room 215. The workshop is for faculty or staff interested in research or research administration. The seminar will be a hands-on overview covering grant writing and research administration. Topics will include sources of funding, types of awards (grants, contracts and gifts), marketing ideas, how to approach sponsors, reading RFPs (request for proposals), what to include and not to include, abstracts, budgets and justifications, indirect costs, payroll and purchasing, and intellectual property and review processes. Writing and analysis will be done every week, and participants may bring their own examples for assistance and critique. By the end of the quarter, participants will be able to complete the majority of a proposal and will have knowledge of related contacts and resources at Cal Poly. The workshop will be team-taught by Sue Tonik, CAFES grants analyst, and staff from Grants Development and Sponsored Programs. For more information, contact Tonik at or ext. 6-7241.


Previously Announced Retirements:
Cindy Campbell, associate director of University Police, will retire after 34 years at Cal Poly. A celebration in honor of her dedicated service will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, March 20, in the Performing Arts Center Lobby.   

Student Successes

Mustang News Breaks Record with State Media Convention Awards

Mustang News received 22 awards during the 31st annual Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) National College Journalism Convention held Feb. 26-March 1 in Los Angeles. Mustang News earned 19 state awards from the California College Media Association (CCMA), seven of which were first place. This is the largest number of awards Cal Poly has earned from CCMA in a single judging cycle. The editorial team received first-place awards for Best Feature Story, Best Arts and Entertainment Story, and Best Infographic. Additionally, the Mustang News advertising team won first for Best Black-and-White Advertisement, Best Group Promotion, Best Sales Promotional Material, and Best Online Promotion. Mustang News also garnered three national Best of Show awards from the ACP.

Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs Program to Graduate First Class

The first cohort of 17 Cal Poly students immersed in an intensive 10-week entrepreneurship and innovation “boot camp,” graduated from the new program March 12. The Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs: A Study-Away Entrepreneurship Immersion Program is a collaborative effort involving Cal Poly’s Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CIE) and Extended Education, and Draper University. Students from all disciplines throughout Cal Poly took part in a unique entrepreneurial experience in the world’s capital of technology innovation: Silicon Valley. Cal Poly’s Orfalea College of Business and College of Liberal Arts co-sponsored a concentrated three-week course, followed by seven weeks in San Mateo at Draper University. The aim was to help would-be entrepreneurs embrace risk and find the motivation to innovate. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Band Fraternity Receives National Award

Kappa Kappa Psi, the national honorary band fraternity, has awarded Cal Poly’s Iota Pi chapter its 2013-15 Leadership Award. The honor was given to 20 chapters across the country, including those at Indiana University, Louisiana State University, and the University of Washington. Recipients are acknowledged for demonstrating an extraordinary level of commitment to their band programs and to the purposes and values of Kappa Kappa Psi. Representatives from the winning chapters are invited to present at the 2015 National Convention for the William A. Scroggs Founder’s Trophy, which is awarded to the nation’s top chapter. Cal Poly’s Iota Pi chapter has received this award seven times since 1999, a distinction only matched by the University of Michigan and West Virginia University. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Campus Announcements

Name Change for Health & Counseling Services Reflects Addition of Wellbeing Program

The department of Health & Counseling Services has changed its name to Campus Health & Wellbeing to reflect the addition of the Campus Wellbeing program. Health Services, Counseling Services, Health Education (and Campus Wellbeing) will remain under the Campus Health & Wellbeing umbrella. Dr. Cha See has been hired as director of the Campus Wellbeing Program and is responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of Campus Wellbeing initiatives for students, staff and faculty from a holistic perspective. See will collaborate with partners to develop programs that help students, staff and faculty achieve a balanced life and become successful in their personal and professional endeavors. To learn more about the Campus Wellbeing Program, email

Estate Planning Seminar to be Held March 18

Estate Planning graphicHuman Resources will offer a seminar on estate planning Wednesday, March 18. The seminar will be held three times, from 11 a.m. to noon, noon to 1 p.m., and 4 to 5 p.m. in UU 218. It will be presented by Michael Barragan, financial advisor with Valic, one of the five CSU-sponsored vendors. The seminar will help attendees plan for unanticipated disabilities or injuries and arrange for the distribution of assets at death. Estate planning is important for everyone – not just the wealthy, retired or elderly. Good estate planning often means more to families with modest assets because they can least afford any losses. To register, go to the Valic website and use registration code 4116SAN11AA.

Seminar on Savings Plus to be Held Three Times on March 19

Human Resources will present a financial planning workshop from Savings Plus. The same 45-minute workshop will be held at 11 a.m., and 12:30 and 3 p.m. Thursday, March 19, in UU 216. The workshop, titled "Put Savings Plus to Work For You," demonstrates the benefits of saving for retirement, how Savings Plus can help you reach your financial goals, and details about how to enroll, invest and prepare if you are near retirement. Savings Plus is a long-term savings program designed by the state of California to supplement employee retirement income. There are two deferred compensation plans available for eligible employees: 401k and 457 plans. Both plans offer convenient payroll deductions on a pre-tax or after-tax basis, and other benefits. To be eligible to enroll, employees must be a state CalPERS member. Attendance is subject to supervisory approval and based on departmental operational needs. To register, call 805-459-2005, email, or visit the Savings Plus Program website. For complex financial planning guidance, one-on-one appointments are also available.

Recreation Center to Host Free Rec Fridays March 20 and 27, and April 3

The Recreation Center invites Cal Poly community members (faculty, staff, alumni, retirees, emeriti, spouses and registered domestic partners) for complimentary use of the facility and classes on Fridays, March 20 and 27, and April 3. For current members, this is the chance to bring a co-worker and share the joy. This includes use of gyms and weight rooms, racquetball courts, pools and fitness classes. To learn more about programs and activities, visit the Recreation Center website. For a full schedule of group exercise classes, view the fitness schedule. To plan a visit, check out the Recreation Center’s hours of operation. Photo ID and proof of eligibility (Cal Poly ID or Alumni Association card) are required for entry. For more information, contact Membership Services at ext. 6-6335 or

Workshop on Rangeland Management to be Held March 21

Peter DonovanThe Center for Sustainability in the College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences will hold a free public workshop on rangeland and soil management with Soil Carbon Coalition founder Peter Donovan at Cal Poly’s Cheda Ranch from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 21. The daylong workshop is designed to teach participants about the tools of rangeland management, including soil health, diversity of plant species, grazing practices and the importance of electric fencing. It is not necessary to register to attend the workshop; however, lunch reservations are required. Those interested can order a barbecue tri-tip or vegetarian chili meal for $10. Make reservations by Monday, March 16, by contacting the Center for Sustainability at ext. 6-5086 or

Information Session on Retirement and Medicare to be Held March 25

Human Resources has partnered with the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program, a local nonprofit organization, to provide an information session on retirement and Medicare. Spouses and partners are welcome. The session will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, in the Kennedy Library, Room 202A. Attendance is subject to supervisory approval and based on departmental operational needs. Space is limited. To reserve a seat, contact Human Resources at or ext. 6-5436. 

Opening Ceremony for Veterans Success Center to be Held April 2

Group of men under Veteran Center pop-up awningThe campus community will celebrate the grand opening of its first Veterans Success Center from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Thursday, April 2, in the UU Plaza. The event will feature Cal Poly’s ROTC Color Guard; the Star-Spangled Banner, performed by Scott Andrews, SLO Jazz executive director; and War Memorial plaque acknowledgement by Cal Poly alumnus and retired Naval Commander Don Morris, followed by remarks from President Armstrong and Congresswoman Lois Capps.

One-on-One Financial Counseling Available on April 8

Human Resources has arranged for individual financial counseling sessions between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, in the Administration Building (No. 1), Room 124. The sessions are by appointment only and subject to supervisory approval and department operational needs. The sessions will be presented by Michael Johns, a financial advisor with TIAA-CREF. To register, visit the TIAA-CREF website or call 866-843-5640 between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday through Friday (ET).

Annual Al Smith Day Celebration set for April 12 at Swanton Pacific Ranch

Swanton Pacific Railroad (engine)The annual Al Smith Day celebration will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 12, at Cal Poly’s Swanton Pacific Ranch in Davenport, Calif., 10 miles north of Santa Cruz. There will be train rides, tours and demonstrations of the ranch facilities, and a Santa Maria-style barbecue. Attendees will be able to ride the 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 after he died in 1993. The ranch serves as an extension of Cal Poly’s instructional programs in agriculture, forestry and other disciplines. Tickets include the barbecue and unlimited train rides. The event sells out every year. Prior to April 2, tickets are $25 for adults; $15 for youth (4 to 10 years); children 3 and under are free. After April 2, tickets are $35 for adults; $20 for youth. For a schedule of events and the registration form, visit the Swanton Pacific Railroad website. For more information, contact Ed Carnegie at 805-995-3659 or

Central Coast Lean Hosts Workshop on ‘Liberating Structures’ April 17

Central Coast Lean, a research and community outreach program of the Orfalea College of Business, will host a workshop titled “The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures” from  8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, April 17, at the Monday Club in San Luis Obispo. The workshop aims to provide efficient business strategies designed to streamline meetings, decision-making and leadership for intelligent growth. Keith McCandless, specialist in business strategy and organizational development, will facilitate the workshop. The presentation will also contain a Learn by Doing component that addresses specific challenges from audience members. The presentation will benefit leaders in higher education and various community organizations. For pricing details and registration, visit Central Coast Lean website.

Information Services Catalog Now Available

Service Catalog Web page on open laptopInformation Services (IS) is pleased to announce a new Service Catalog that highlights some of the technology offerings that are available on campus. For a link to the catalog, go to the Service Desk website and click the icon in the lower left corner. IS will continue to expand the Service Catalog to make it easier for users to find assistance online. For more information or to provide feedback, contact the Service Desk from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at or ext. 6-7000.

Vanpool Openings

The Cal Poly Vanpool allows riders to earn rideshare credits, and save gas money and wear-and-tear on their vehicle. There are vans available for commuters from Atascadero, Arroyo Grande, Orcutt,  Santa Maria and Templeton. For more information, contact Dominique Bonino, Commuter & Access Services coordinator at ext. 6-6680. Be sure to ask about a Free trial ride.

Bella Montana Faculty and Staff Housing Community

Visit the Bella Montana Homes website for available homes for sale.


Music of Nat King Cole to be Performed on March 19

Master pianist Ramsey Lewis and guitarist/vocalist John Pizzarelli will pay homage to Nat King Cole at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 19, in the Cohan Center. A free pre-show lecture led by Music Professor Paul Rinzler will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the PAC Pavilion. With a smoky sound and smooth vocals, King Cole spawned a string of solid hits including “Unforgettable,” “Smile,” “Nature Boy” and “Route 66.” Lewis and Pizzarelli have crafted a tribute to the titan of 1950s vocal pop, his hits and those singular tracks of sophisticated cool jazz that have influenced their own careers. Faculty and staff can get a 20 percent discount by selecting the student option when purchasing tickets. For more information, visit the Cal Poly Arts website.

2Cellos to Appear March 21 on PAC's Main Stage

Cal Poly Arts will present 2Cellos at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 21, in the Performing Arts Center's Cohan Center. The Croation cellists have achieved international visibility with an innovative, passionate style that re-imagines music for the cello. Tickets for the Internet and YouTube sensations are $28.80-$48, available at the Cal Poly Ticket Office.

Celtic Musical Group to Perform March 27 at Spanos Theatre

Celtic group Altan will bring a mix of their Irish homeland and American bluegrass at 8 p.m. Friday, March 27, in the Spanos Theatre. Their musical offerings range from touching Irish ballads to hard-hitting reels and jigs, bringing the beauty of traditional Irish music to contemporary audiences. Tickets are $30.40-$38, available at the Cal Poly Ticket Office.

Gallery to Feature 'The Cal Poly Connection' Showcase Through March 29

The Studios on the Park gallery in Paso Robles is hosting “The Cal Poly Connection,” through March 29. The exhibit features 11 artists who embraced the university’s Learn by Doing philosophy as a source of growth and creativeness and showcases a diverse range of artistic expressions through various mediums. The exhibit features work by faculty, alumni and students and highlights how Cal Poly’s hands-on educational approach has helped refine their craft and how the university and its students have helped inspire their work. Artists featured in the exhibit include Sky Bergman, Heather Finnecy, Sara Frantz, Mary LaPorte, Lauren Manning, Ivan McLean, Emma Phillips, Robert Reynolds, Robin V. Robinson, Al Schnupp and Brian Singer. For more information, visit The Studios on the Park website.

Students Team Up with Opera San Luis Obispo in ‘The Merry Widow’ April 10-11

promotional art for 'The Merry Widow'Cal Poly Student Opera Theatre (CPSOT) and Opera San Luis Obispo (OperaSLO) are partnering in opera education to present Franz Lehar's romantic operetta "The Merry Widow" at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 10 and 11, in Spanos Theatre. In the co-opera productions, students sing lead, comprimario and ensemble roles; half the orchestra members are students; and the dancers, chorus, stage managers, assistant director, assistant producer, makeup, costume designers and stage craftsmen are students. "The Merry Widow" enables all CPSOT singers to be on stage, rather than a select few. The opera will be conducted by Music Professor David Arrivée. Bay Area opera performer and director Ross Halper, known affectionately as "opera's mad genius," directs and stars in the production. Tickets are available at the Cal Poly Ticket Office or by calling 805-756-4849. For more information, visit the Music Department website.

An Afternoon with Radio Pesonality Ira Glass on April 12

Cal Poly Arts is presenting "Reinventing Radio: An Afternoon with Ira Glass" at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 12, at the Performing Arts Center. Glass, the award-winning creator and host of the public radio show “This American Life” will talk about his program and how it's put together: what makes a compelling story, where they find the stories, and how he and his staff try to push broadcast journalism to do things it doesn't usually do. He will include memorable moments from past shows and what was behind them. For more information, visit Cal Poly Arts website.

Poly Royal Rodeo to Ride Again April 17-18

Competitor on horseback with two people by his side and a crowd in the backgroundThe 75th annual Poly Royal Rodeo will be held during Open House. Gates open at 6 p.m. Friday, April 17, and at 5 p.m. Saturday, April 18. Fun for the whole family, the event will feature performances by eight teams, including Cal Poly's winning rodeo team, which has earned 44 national titles since 1986. General admission tickets are $10; children 5 and under are free. Tickets can be purchased through the Cal Poly Ticket Office.


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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.

#103519 – On-Call Custodian (Pool Position), Student Affairs, University Housing. Temporary on-call through Dec. 31. $13.38-$20.67 per hour. Closes Dec. 31.

#103577 – On-Call Athletic Training Room Intern (Helper/Aid), Academic Affairs, Intercollegiate Athletics. Temporary on-call, one year with possible extension. $9-$16.68 per hour. Open until filled. Review begins March 20.

#103581 – Custodian, Student Affairs, University Housing. Up to two part-time (.50 FTE) positions through Dec. 1. $1,159.50-$1,791.50 per month. Open until filled. Review begins March 19.

#103523 – Wireless Network Analyst (Network Analyst – Foundation/Career), Information Services, Information Technology Services, Infrastructure Services. Up to two positions available. Foundation Level: $3,470-$5,705 per month; anticipated hiring range: $3,470-$5,705 per month. Career Level: $4,372-$7,084 per month; anticipated hiring range: $4,372-$7,084 per month. Open until filled. Review begins April 6.

#103572 – Administrative Support Coordinator I, College of Architecture & Environmental Design, Architectural Engineering. $2,846-$4,396 per month. Open until filled. Review begins March 23.

#103586 – Director, Human Resources Partner Services (Administrator II), Administration & Finance, Human Resources. Salary commensurate with background and experience. Anticipated hiring range: $3,635-$11,973 per month. Open until filled. Review begins April 6.

#103587 – Parent & Family Programs Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator II), Student Affairs, Parent Program. $3,115-$4,817 per month. Closes April 1.

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. Submit all requested application materials as attachments to your online application, unless otherwise specified in the ad.

There are no new openings at this time.

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. All positions have excellent benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement, paid sick leave/vacation and holidays. To view job postings and/or apply, visit the Corporation website. For assistance, contact Human Resources at ext. 6-1121.

There are no new openings at this time.

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.

There are no new openings at this time.