PLEASE NOTE: Cal Poly Report is published monthly during the summer academic break. The first issue of fall quarter will be published Sept. 28.
Cal Poly Report — Aug. 31, 2016
Fall Conference General Session Set for Sept. 15
Faculty and staff are encouraged to attend the annual Fall Conference General Session at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, in the Performing Arts Center. Phil Bailey, dean of the College of Science and Mathematics, will serve as emcee. The program includes representatives of student government, the staff Labor Council and the Academic Senate; presentation of awards for Distinguished Teaching, Distinguished Scholarship, Outstanding Faculty Advisor, Learn by Doing, Outstanding Staff, and the Provost’s Award for Partnership in Philanthropy; and keynote remarks by President Armstrong. The General Session will be live-streamed on the Fall Conference web page. Immediately following the general session (approximately 4 p.m.) will be a reception in the PAC Plaza inspired by must-do activities that are unique to Cal Poly and San Luis Obispo. Spouses and partners of employees are welcome to attend.
PG&E Partners with Cal Poly to Provide Training in Nuclear and Renewable Energy
PG&E and Cal Poly will develop an educational platform for nuclear and carbon-neutral renewable energy systems. The program will be housed in the Mechanical Engineering Department, with class tours, projects and paid internships that tie the program to Diablo Canyon Power Plant. The program is designed to support the nuclear power plant with skilled labor through the decades-long decommissioning period ahead. The partnership will include funding for a tenure-track faculty position and lab equipment. PG&E has also created a partnership with Cuesta College that will lead to a new certificate in nuclear energy systems. For more information, visit the PG&E website.
PSAs Available on Train and Selfie Safety
Cal Poly is supporting efforts from California Operation Lifesaver (COL) titled “See Track? Think Train!” The campaign is designed to educate the public of the dangers of trespassing on railroad tracks and trying to beat trains through crossings. The campaign includes the true story of a young man who lost both legs as a result of taking a shortcut across railroad tracks; it also includes a satirical sportscast of man vs. train, labeled “The Most Lopsided Clash in History.” Additional public safety announcements (PSAs) from COL include videos on the dangers of taking selfies in precarious situations. Faculty and staff are encouraged to share the PSAs on campus and through social media. For links to the PSAs, visit the Operation Lifesaver website. For print materials, click here.
Faculty & Staff
Blanca Martinez-Navarro Named Assistant Dean of Students
Blanca Martinez-Navarro has been named assistant dean of students for student success, support and retention. She will be responsible for assisting students who struggle in areas including financial, interpersonal, family, psychological or physical crisis. She will also collaborate with related departments, community agencies, parents and stakeholders in the students' success to facilitate referrals for follow-up services. Martinez-Navarro has 10 years of experience as a practitioner and administrator in academic and social programs. She earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and education from UCLA, a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University, and is completing a doctorate in urban planning at UCLA.
Economics Professor Helps Reform Index on Gender Equity
Professor Eduardo Zambrano has proposed a reformulation of the Social Institutions and Gender Index for the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) Development Centre. The index aims to measure and analyze the origins of inequalities in 110 countries, including formal and informal laws, social norms, and practices that restrict or exclude women. Zambrano will present his findings to the OECD in Paris in September. He has worked on similar international index efforts on behalf of the United Nations' programs on development and the environment. For more information, visit the OECD Development Centre.
New Faculty Orientation Set for Sept. 14
All new instructors – tenure-track, lecturers and teaching staff – hired in 2016 (winter, spring and fall quarter start dates) are invited to the New Faculty Orientation from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14. The morning sessions will be held in the Advanced Technology Laboratories (Building 7), and afternoon sessions will be held in nearby classrooms. The event provides useful information to help new faculty members get a strong start on campus and connect with faculty and staff. A light breakfast and catered lunch are included. For more information, contact the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the CTLT website. To register and to get a one-day parking pass, click here.
Resource Fair for New Faculty and Staff Set for Sept. 16
New(er) faculty and recently hired staff are invited to attend a newly expanded Campus Resource Fair from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Sept. 16, on the second floor of Kennedy Library. Designed to be a one-stop-shop to complete important tasks (payroll paperwork, campus identification cards, commuting information, etc.), the fair will include representatives from more than two dozen campus offices and organizations. Information will be available about a wide range of campus opportunities, services and support. Coffee and a continental breakfast will be served. For more information, contact the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) at email@example.com or visit the CTLT website.
Sept. 28 Event to Honor Distinguished Scholarship Award Recipients
The campus community is invited to attend an event honoring the 2015-16 Distinguished Scholarship Award recipients. It will be held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, in the Advanced Technologies Laboratories (Building 7). The recipients are Professor Ronald Den Otter of the Political Science Department, Professor Peggy Papathakis of the Food Science and Nutrition Department, and Professor William Siembieda of the City and Regional Planning Department (pictured left to right). Provost Enz Finken is hosting the event in association with the Academic Senate Distinguished Scholarship Awards Committee. For more information, contact the Office of the Provost at ext. 6-2186. As part of the event, the faculty members will make the following presentations:
— 2:15 p.m.: Den Otter, “In Defense of Plural Marriage”
— 2:45 p.m.: Papathakis, “From SLO to Malawi: A Quest to Improve the Nutrition of Pregnant Women and their Babies
— 3:15 p.m.: Siembieda, “Building Safe and Resilient Communities”
Applications Accepted for CIE Faculty Fellows Program
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) has developed a Faculty Fellows program, which supports full-time faculty of any rank by providing three years of funding to faculty who are committed to bringing innovation and entrepreneurial thinking into their courses, co-curricular experiences and research. CIE Fellows receive up to $5,000 per year to cover faculty time and costs associated with developing course content, co-curricular programs or research pertaining to innovation and entrepreneurship. Over its four-year history, the CIE Fellows program has supported 12 faculty members (three per year), representing all six colleges. Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6. To apply, visit the CIE website.
Grant-Writing Workshop to be Offered Two Times This Fall
A nine-week workshop on grant writing will be offered this fall. The sessions will be held at two separate times: Thursdays from 11 a.m. to noon and Fridays from 3 to 4 p.m., both in the Erhart Agriculture Building (No. 10), Room 204. Participants can attend whichever session works for their schedule in a given week. The workshops are open to faculty and staff and will provide a hands-on overview covering grant writing and research administration. It will be team-taught by Sue Tonik, grants analyst for the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, and staff from Grants Development, Sponsored Programs and University Development. 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 (requests 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. For more information, contact Tonik at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 6-7241.
International Center Seeking Hosts for Local Activities
The International Center is seeking faculty and staff for the Poly Hosts program, to host international students for various activities, such as an informal dinner at a Poly Host's home, seeing a movie, meeting at a coffee shop, or celebrating holidays or family occasions. The volunteer commitment will help international students experience the community outside of the traditional academic setting. Poly Hosts will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of other cultures while sharing their own. To learn more about becoming an International Poly Host and for an application, visit the International Poly Hosts web page.
Professor Emeritus Harold (“Hal”) Gascoigne passed away July 21. A dedicated educator, he taught generations of undergraduate and graduate engineering students, first at the University of Utah, followed by 19 years at Cal Poly in the Mechanical Engineering Department. He conducted pioneering research in the field of stress mechanics, including modeling the properties of composite materials, and worked on projects that ranged from the space shuttle and submarines to champagne bottles. He earned his doctorate from the University of Michigan.
Roger M. Phillip, the lead audio technician at the Performing Arts Center for 20 years, died July 18 surrounded by family, following a brief battle with cancer. He studied at the College for Recording Arts in San Francisco and moved to San Luis Obispo in 1975. Motivated by a lifelong passion for music, he recorded the music at the Live Oak Music Festival for 27 years and was Phyllis Madonna's beloved "Music Man" at her annual fundraiser for the Women's Shelter. Not only a master of his craft, Phillip was also known for being a true gentleman. He will be remembered for his generosity, dependability, gentle disposition, quick smile and warm hugs. Memorial donations may be made in his honor to the Foundation for the Performing Arts Center's Clifton Swanson PAC Community Access Fund.
Bill Sydnor, Academic Skills Center coordinator, will retire after 35 years of service. He counseled students in a wide variety of study skills and gave seminars for more than 10 years before beginning two of Cal Poly’s seminal academic retention programs, launching Supplemental Workshops in Science in 1991 and Study Session in 1994, benefiting thousands of freshmen. Sydnor’s last day will be Friday, Sept. 30. Student Academic Services will host a reception from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, at the Smith Alumni and Conference Center (Building 28).
Mary McNally, communications specialist in University Communications, will retire after eight years of service. Her last day in the office will be Thursday, Sept. 29.
Cal Poly Students Win First and Second Place in Student Design Competition
Journalism major Cameron Bones and art and design major Kelli Chollar placed first and second, respectively, in the 2016 Graphic Arts Education and Research Foundation (GAERF) student design competition. Students were challenged to design and create an engaging printed item that incorporated an infographic on a topic of their choice. An independent panel of industry experts selected the winners out of more than 400 entries. Bones and her instructor, Daria Matza, will each receive a two-day, all-inclusive paid trip to attend Graph Expo 16 in Orlando. Bones will also be presented with $2,000 on Graph Expo’s Career Awareness Day in September. Chollar will be awarded $1,500. For more information, contact Colleen Larkin Twomey at ext. 6-7385 or email@example.com.
Career Services Announces New Platform for Posting Student Jobs
MustangJOBS will transition to a new and improved software platform by Sept. 1, in time to post on-campus or Federal Work Study job openings for fall. Career Services will offer workshops to guide users through the job posting process. Workshops will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in the Science Building (No. 52), Room E29; 9 to 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 12, and 3 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13, in the Student Services Building (No. 124), Room 117. Information about the job posting process using the new software, Handshake, is also available online. For more information, call ext. 6-5976.
Volunteers Sought to Greet New Student Residents Sept. 16-18 and 20
Faculty and staff are invited to help welcome nearly 7,200 students scheduled to move into residence halls and campus apartments for the 2016-17 academic year. Move-in is scheduled Friday through Sunday, Sept. 16-18, and Tuesday, Sept. 20. The Mustang Way Welcome Team will greet new students and their families, answer questions, and assist with move-in. Shifts will run from 8 a.m. to noon and noon to 4 p.m. each day. Volunteers will get a T-shirt and be asked to attend a brief orientation meeting at the Housing Office (Building 31) on the day of their shift. Meals and snacks will be provided. Volunteer registration is requested. To register, click here. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call ext. 6-1584.
Cal Poly Scholars Welcome Reception to be Held Sept. 18
The Cal Poly Scholars program will welcome new and returning Scholar students at a reception from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, in the Performing Arts Center Lobby. The program serves graduates of Cal Poly's Partner High Schools, which have high percentages of first-generation and low-income families. Now in its fifth year, the Cal Poly Scholars program will include 254 students from five colleges and 20 majors. Faculty and staff interested in meeting the students or collaborating with the program are invited. A light lunch will be served and there will be an opportunity for networking. A brief welcome address will be given at 1 p.m. For more information, email email@example.com.
Career Services Accepting Donations of Professional Clothing
This fall Career Services will host its second annual Professional Clothing Closet to provide free, work-appropriate clothes to students in need. First impressions can significantly impact a student’s chances for success, and many students struggle to afford professional clothing for career fairs, interviews and the first week of work. Faculty and staff are asked to consider donating clean, gently used, contemporary professional clothing, including dress shirts, men’s and women’s suits, dress skirts and slacks, blazers, belts, ties and shoes. Donations can be dropped off at Career Services (Building 124) by the end of August. Metered and 30-minute staff parking is available nearby. For more information, visit the Career Services website.
Grand Avenue Closed Through Summer at Pacheco Way
To accommodate construction, Grand Avenue is closed to through traffic at Pacheco Way through the summer. The parking structure at the Performing Arts Center will remain open and accessible, but there will be no access to North Perimeter Road via Grand Avenue. To accommodate the closure, SLO Transit and RTA bus stops will be relocated to Kennedy Library, and the Amtrak bus stop will be relocated to the Performing Arts Center Loop. To access campus, including parking lots along North Perimeter Road, employees and visitors may prefer to enter campus via California Boulevard or Highland Drive. For updates on summer construction projects, visit the Grand Detour website.
Note Summer Hours for Parking Enforcement and Services
The University Police Department reminds the campus community of the following changes to parking facilities and services during the summer academic break:
— Parking permits will be required and paid parking at meters will be enforced from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., unless otherwise indicated.
— The Visitor Information Center on Grand Avenue will remain open to accommodate visitors parking in the Grand Avenue Parking Structure, but the hours will be limited to 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.
— The hours for the University Reception Center (Building 36) will remain the same, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., to assist with parking needs or questions.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the reception center at ext. 6-6654. For more information on parking and traffic announcements, visit the Administration and Finance website.
Facilities Custodial Services Announcement
Custodial service hours for select state buildings have changed. These changes will not impact the level of cleaning service that buildings receive. For a detailed list of the custodial service that Facilities Management and Development provides, visit the department website. For information regarding custodial service, contact the Facilities Help Center at ext. 6-5555.
The Cal Poly Vanpool allows riders to earn rideshare credits and save gas money and wear-and-tear on their vehicle. There are openings on vans serving all areas. Additional vans are being considered for the North Coast (Morro Bay/Los Osos) routes. New riders receive a $20 discount on the first month's service if they are referred by a vanpool rider. The referring rider also gets a $20 discount. For more information, contact Cheryl Andrus, Commuter Services coordinator, at ext. 6-6680 or email@example.com. Be sure to ask about a free trial ride.
Several dining locations are being updated to provide a variety of dining options while the Vista Grande dining complex is under construction.
— The Avenue will extend hours to serve the late-night crowd, and a floorplan redesign will accommodate more guests. Three of The Avenue’s venues are also transforming into new eateries: Bishop’s Burgers will replace Fusion Bowl; Picos, a Cali Fresh Mex restaurant, will replace City Deli; and Zen Bowl, an Asian-style bowl restaurant, will replace Tapango’s.
— In the University Union, Ciao! restaurant will become Mustang Station. The restaurant will still serve pizza and calzones. It will also expand its menu to offer a variety of appetizers, and beer and wine for customers 21 and older.
— Myron’s, a new fine-dining restaurant, will open this fall, upstairs in Building 19. Named after Cal Poly’s founder Myron Angel, the spot will feature a menu of fresh, local American cuisine.
— Two food trucks will also be added – the Central Coaster and a Starbucks truck.
— Campus Market and Sandwich Factory are revamping their layouts. Both venues will enhance and expand their product offerings to include more fresh, whole foods.
For additional information, visit the Campus Dining website.
Submission Guidelines 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. 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 or a downloadable 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.
PLEASE NOTE: Cal Poly Report is published monthly during the summer academic break. The next issue will be published during the first week of school, Wednesday, Sept. 28. Submissions for that issue are due no later than 12:30 p.m.. Thursday, Sept. 22.
Slow Money Founder to Particpate in Fundraiser and Panel to Benefit Small Food and Farm Operations Oct. 6 and 7
The Center for Sustainability will co-sponsor a food and wine fundraiser featuring Slow Money founder Woody Tasch. The event will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at Niner Wine Estates in Paso Robles. Proceeds will benefit Slow Money SLO, a nonprofit organization that provides business development support and facilitates peer-to-peer lending to small, local food and farm businesses in the county. Tasch is the author of “Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money: Investing as if Food, Farms, and Fertility Mattered.” He launched Slow Money to help catalyze the flow of investment capital to small food enterprises and promote new principles of fiduciary responsibility that support sustainable agriculture. The preceding night, Tasch will be part of a panel discussion on “Growing Small Food and Farm Businesses,” from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, at the Grange Hall at 2880 Broad St. in San Luis Obispo. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.
Cal Poly Day at Swanton Pacific Ranch to be Held Oct. 9
The annual Cal Poly Day at the university's 3,200-acre Swanton Pacific Ranch will be held Sunday, Oct. 9. The event includes a Santa Maria-style barbecue lunch; train rides on the 1/3-scale, steam-powered train; railroad and ranch activities; live music; and a showcase demonstration by the Cal Poly Logging Team. An extension of Cal Poly's agriculture and forestry disciplines, the ranch was donated by College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences alumnus Al Smith. The cost is $30 for adults; children ages 4 to 10 are $15 each; admission is free for children 3 and under. Early registration is recommended as the event sells out each year. For more information and to register, visit the Swanton Pacific Railroad website.
Hostage Negotiation Trainer and Author to Speak Oct. 21
Psychiatrist Mark Goulston will share insights on how to increase negotiation skills at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, in the Advanced Technologies Laboratories' Keck Lab (Building 7, Room 2). His talk will focus on how to increase the ability to get through to anyone. Goulston has trained the FBI and police in hostage negotiations, was a crisis psychiatrist for 30 years, and was a professor of psychiatry at UCLA for 25 years. He has authored several best-selling books, including "Just Listen," "Get Out of Your Own Way," and "Talking to Crazy: How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life." The event is being co-sponsored by the California Agricultural Leadership Foundation. The lecture is free and open to the public. A reception will follow the presentation.
Music Department Announces 2016-17 Events
The Music Department will start the 2016-17 season with the Cal Poly Choirs’ Fall Concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, in the Performing Arts Center. Music Professor Thomas Davies will celebrate his final year as director of choral activities and vocal studies with a “Year of Thanksgiving” concerts. The Oct. 29 concert is aptly titled “New Beginnings … New Horizons.” Additional season highlights will include faculty member John Astaire performing his first solo percussion recital Nov. 4. Additional fall events will include the Arab Music Ensemble Fall Concert, Bandfest Concert, Fall Jazz Concert, “A Christmas Celebration” Choir Concert, and Symphony Fall Concert. The new year will be ushered in with a solo piano recital by W. Terrence Spiller, followed by Bach Week. A complete list of events is available on the Music Department website. For more information, call ext. 6-2406 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Printed versions of the event brochure are available upon request.
Discounts Available for Cal Poly Arts Performances and Subscriptions
Faculty and staff are eligible to purchase tickets to all Cal Poly Arts regular season shows at the student price, a 20 percent discount off regular adult-priced seats at the Performing Arts Center. Student pricing is also available to all K-12 students. Additional savings are available off the student-discounted prices by ordering a subscription of four or more shows from the 2016-17 season. The 31-event season offers a wide array of unique artists from all of the performing arts genres, including Broadway, theater, comedy, speakers, world music/dance, classical music, live concerts, ballet and modern dance, and family fun. Season subscriptions and individual show tickets are available. For information and ticket orders, visit the Cal Poly Arts website, or call the Ticket Office at ext. 6-4849.
To find out what’s going on at Cal Poly, visit the new Events Calendar. The site includes community events that are open to the public and Campus Life events open to students, faculty and staff. A link from the calendar allows staff, faculty and students to check facility availability before requesting and reserving on-campus locations for activities and events. For more information about publishing an event on the calendar, contact email@example.com, or visit the university scheduling page for additional information. The new Events Calendar replaced the Cal Poly News Events Index.
Cal Poly Arts and the Performing Arts Center Calendars
For an overview of up-to-date sports information, photos and videos, visit gopoly.com. Students always get in free. Faculty and staff discounts available.
Upcoming Events @ Home
Saturday, Sept. 10
Football vs. San Diego, Spanos Stadium, 4:05 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 11
Women’s Soccer vs. CSU Bakersfield, Spanos Stadium, noon.
Men’s Soccer vs. Fresno Pacific, Spanos Stadium, 5 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 17
Men’s Soccer vs. San Diego State, Spanos Stadium, 7 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 23
Women’s Soccer vs. Pepperdine, Spanos Stadium, 5 p.m.
Men’s Soccer vs. UCLA, Spanos Stadium, 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 24
Football vs. Montana, Spanos Stadium, noon.
Women’s Volleyball vs. Hawai’i, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 25
Women’s Soccer vs. Hawai’i, Spanos Stadium, noon.
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.
#104174 - Admissions Advisor (Administrative Support Coordinator II), Academic Affairs; Admissions, Recruitment and Financial Aid. $3,115-$4,817 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Sept. 8.
#104169 - Instructional Designer, Accessibility Specialist (Information Technology Consultant, Career), Academic Affairs, Academic Programs, Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology. $4,372-$9,683 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Sept. 19.
#104178 - Administrative Support Assistant I, Administration and Finance, Fiscal Services, Payroll Services. $2,116-$3,435 per month. Two-year appointment with possibility of extension. Open until filled. Review begins Sept. 1.
#104177 - Coordinator, Fraternity and Sorority Life (Student Services Professional II), Student Affairs, Dean of Students. $3,858-$5,485 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Sept. 13.
#104172 - Administrative Support Coordinator I, Academic Affairs, International Center. $2,846-$4,619 per month. (Anticipated hiring range: $2,846-$3,131 per month.) Open until filled. Review begins Aug. 31.
#104175 - User Experience and Web Designer (Information Technology Consultant, Career), Library Information Technology. $78,312-$79,000 per year. Open until filled. Closes Sept. 9.
#104161 - Business Services Manager (Administrator I), Academic Affairs, University Police. Salary commensurate with background and experience. Open until filled. Review begins Sept. 29.
#104176 – Lieutenant (Administrator II), Administration and Finance, University Police. Salary commensurate with background and experience. Open until filled. Review begins Sept. 15.
#104180 - Chief Diversity Officer (Administrator III), Academic Affairs, Office of Diversity and Inclusivity. Salary commensurate with background and experience. Open until filled. Review begins Oct. 28.
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.
#104121 – Assistant or Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering Department, College of Engineering, ext. 6-6320. Review begins Dec. 5.
#104122 – Assistant or Associate Professor – Electrical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering Department, College of Engineering, ext. 6-6320. Review begins Dec. 5.
#104135 – Assistant or Associate Professor, Software Engineering, Computer Science Department, College of Engineering, ext. 6-7229. Review begins Jan. 2.
#104137 – Genomics, Tenure Track, Biological Sciences Department, College of Science and Mathematics, ext. 6-5242. Review begins Oct. 10.
#104151 – School of Education Counseling and Guidance, Tenure Track, School of Education, College of Science and Mathematics, ext. 6-1503. Review begins Oct. 3.
#104153 – Educational Leadership and Administration, Tenure Track, School of Education, College of Science and Mathematics, ext. 6-1503. Review begins Oct. 3.
Part-Time Lecturer Pools – Pools are opening for the 2016-17 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. To view job postings or apply, visit the Corporation website. For assistance, contact Human Resources at ext. 6-1121.
Program Assistant, Sponsored Programs, $15.90-$23.87 per hour.
Assistant Supervisor, Campus Dining, $13.46-17.95 per hour.
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 I (AR and Fixed Assets). $16.20 per hour plus excellent benefits. Position closes Sept. 8. Anticipated start date is Oct. 3.
Building Service Assistant. $13.88 per hour plus excellent benefits. Position open until filled. Review begins Sept. 9.