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Cal Poly Report — Jan. 6, 2016


Forums for Director of Environmental Health and Safety Candidates, Jan. 8-12

Two candidates for director of Environmental Health and Safety have been invited to campus. Faculty, staff and students are invited to hourlong open forums to showcase each candidate. These will be held 9-10 a.m. in the University Union (Building 65), Room 220 on Friday, Jan. 8, and Tuesday, Jan. 12. Environmental Health and Safety works to provide a safe and healthy workplace through programs that minimize the risk of occupationally related injuries or illnesses. The office also creates programs to ensure the safe use, handling and storage of hazardous materials, and appropriate and compliant disposal of hazardous wastes.

Cal Poly Float Wins Lathrop K. Leishman Trophy at 2016 Rose Parade

Cal Poly universities’ “Sweet Shenanigans” float received the Lathrop K. Leishman Trophy for the most beautiful non-commercial entry at the 127th Tournament of Roses Parade held New Year’s Day in Pasadena. It was the second consecutive year the universities’ float won the award that honors the former Tournament of Roses president and grand marshal who died in 1995. The 18- by 55-foot entry, designed and built by teams from Cal Poly and Cal Poly Pomona, celebrated the 2016 parade theme, “Find Your Adventure.” “Learn by Doing is on display for all the world to see,” said President Jeffrey D. Armstrong of the annual yearlong project. “Students from a variety of majors across our entire university use creativity, ingenuity and more than a little perspiration to produce a marriage of art and engineering covered in beautiful flowers.” The award-winner had six animated elements and eight gummy bears, from 5- to 8-feet tall, decorated in red, yellow and orange mums. Awards were announced just hours before the start of the 5-1/2-mile New Year’s Day tradition. “We’re thrilled and overjoyed,” said Josh D’Acquisto, Cal Poly’s Rose Parade float advisor. “A year’s worth of hard work has paid off. We’ve got some super-excited students.” In addition, it was the fifth consecutive year a Cal Poly float earned the “California Grown” designation from the California Cut Flower Commission, which recognizes entries decorated with at least 85 percent of cut flowers and plant materials from the Golden State. Work will soon begin on the 2017 entry. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Cal Poly Students Ride on California Milk Advisory Board Rose Parade Float

Cal Poly agriculture students were chosen for three of five positions on the California Milk Advisory Board’s inaugural Tournament of Roses Parade float. The riders represented the state's more than 1,400 dairy families on “Adventures in Real Food,” a 60-foot-long entry featuring a flowing river of refreshing milk rapids cascading over the Golden State’s rolling hills and valleys, illustrating how the best culinary adventures begin with real milk. All of the float riders are active in youth agriculture organizations who anticipate careers in the state's dairy industry. The Cal Poly riders were Jordan Dunn, a 21-year-old agricultural communication major; Natalie Massa, 20, who is studying agricultural business; and 21-year-old Katie Migliazzo, a dairy science major who is minoring in agribusiness. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Jessica Darin Named President’s Chief of Staff

Jessica Darin, deputy chief of staff for the CSU Chancellor’s Office and a 10-year veteran of higher education administration, has been named President Armstrong’s new chief of staff and associate vice president, the university announced. Darin will oversee daily operations of the President’s Office, which includes University Communications, the office of Student Ombuds Services, and the Office of University Legal Counsel. She will also serve as Armstrong’s point of contact with Cal Poly’s Academic Senate, Associated Students, Inc., and other internal and external stakeholders. Darin will assume her new role May 2. “Jessica’s background as an administrator at both the campus and system level within California public higher education makes her an excellent fit for Cal Poly,” Armstrong said. “She has an innate understanding of our mission to help students become tomorrow’s leaders. “Equally important, Jessica’s demonstrated professional excellence will serve Cal Poly well in a key position that touches all aspects of the campus as well as the surrounding community. We are excited to welcome her to the Cal Poly family.” For more on Darin's appointment, visit Cal Poly News.

New Signage at Grand Avenue Entrance

Cal Poly Mustangs logo integrated into fence made from recycled field pipeA new sign at the Grand Avenue campus entrance captures the authentic feeling of life as a Mustang and embodies the Learn by Doing ethos. Originally requested by university facilities, the sign was created by Charlie Brennan, a bioresource and agricultural engineering major. With the help of student assistants, Agricultural Operations staff members Tye Hamilton and Kenny Bridgman built the fence from recycled oil field pipe and integrated the sign that features the Cal Poly logo.

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

Musical Works by Faculty Composer Ken Habib to be Performed Jan. 10

Music faculty member Ken Habib will present a free lecture-recital about his new CD, “Child in Me,” an original composition of American art songs, at 2 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 10, at Nipomo Presbyterian Church, 1235 N. Thompson Road. The album, made possible in part by the College of Liberal Arts, is the culmination of two decades of work with an exploration of life, longing, relationships and the passage of seasons. The CD's16 songs comprise two eight-song cycles, or musical suites. The album features music faculty members Katherine Arthur, a soprano, and Susan Azaret Davies, pianist. Arthur and Davies will perform the premiere of the song cycle “Freedom Songs.” Habib will discuss the poetic and musical design of the cycle, as well as "Poems of E.E. Cummings," also on the album. The event is open to the public.

Allen Estes Named American Society of Civil Engineers Fellow

Allen Estes headshotAllen Estes, professor and head of the Architectural Engineering Department in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design, was named a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers. ASCE is the nation’s oldest national engineering society. This year’s class of fellows will be recognized at the Outstanding Projects and Leadership awards banquet in March 2016. "Professor Allen Estes is a national leader in architectural engineering education who is advancing curriculum through industry engagement, teacher training and curricular assessment,” said Christine Theodoropoulos, dean of the college. “We are grateful for his leadership of the Architectural Engineering Department and congratulate him for achieving the honor of election to ASCE fellow." For more information, visit the CAED website.

College of Engineering Names Meredith Bryntensen as Director of Development

Meredith Brynteson has been named director of development for the College of Engineering. She comes to Cal Poly from Pacific University in Oregon, where she served as associate director of annual giving. She managed a donor portfolio, coordinated comprehensive direct mail, email and phone-a-thon solicitations, oversaw a faculty and staff giving program, and implemented a reunion-giving program for select milestone years. In her role at Cal Poly, she brings great energy and enthusiasm to the position as the College of Engineering continues to build its donor pipeline for major and planned gifts, and campaign priorities. Brynteson holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Pacific University and a master’s in organizational leadership from Gonzaga University.

New Interim Department Head Announced for Food Science and Nutrition

Jennifer Ryder Fox, Horticulture and Crop Science Department head from 2002 to 2006, has returned to Cal Poly as interim Food Science and Nutrition department head. Gour Choudhury, who had served as department head, has returned to teaching effective Winter Quarter. Ryder Fox was most recently senior economic development officer at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center. Prior to that, she was dean of California State University, Chico’s College of Agriculture for eight years.

Students Are Given Affordable Access to Course Materials for Winter Quarter

Kennedy Library encourages instructors to place course-related materials on reserve early in winter quarter to ensure that all students have access, although requests are accepted at any time. Course Reserves give students easy access to library books, instructors’ personal book copies, and media materials (including DVDs, videotapes, slides and audio recordings). Book excerpts and articles can also be made available electronically via PolyLearn. To utilize the Course Reserves program, complete the online submission form, or use the online submission computer station at the Access Services Department in Kennedy Library. The library provides additional support for instructors interested in adopting low-cost and freely available course resources. For more information, contact Dana Ospina at, or visit the Open and Affordable Resources Guide.

Center for Service in Action Helps Collect $4,000 in Gifts for Needy Families

Three students from the Student Community Services group that collected the most donations for a single group.The Center for Service in Action (CSA) helped collect gifts valued at nearly $4,000 for needy children in San Luis Obispo County. The gift drive was held in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Child Welfare Services, and the Community Action Partnership, all of San Luis Obispo County; Cuesta Head Start; the city of San Luis Obispo’s Housing Authority, and Transitions-Mental Health Association’s Youth Treatment Program. Awards were presented to Solina Lindahl (Best Wrapping), Cindi Powell (Most Mustang Spirit), Misty Wada (Unique Wrapping), Cassie Pitkin (Most Environmentally Friendly Wrapping), Cal Poly Student Community Services (Most Gifts Collected by a Single Group), and Susan Byrnes Olson (Most Generous Donation). For more information, email, or visit the Dean of Students office website.

Call for Proposals for New Instructionally Related Activities Due Jan. 29

The Instructionally Related Activities Advisory Committee has announced a call for proposals for any activities seeking first-time recognition for the 2016-17 academic year. An instructionally related activity (IRA) is an out-of-class experience that provides enrichment to students and enhances their learning. IRA programs and activities are partially sponsored by an academic dean or department and are integrally related to a formal instructional offering, though not tied to any one course. Examples of IRAs are the symphony, Engineers Without Borders, and the Elevator Pitch Competition. Requests for recognition and funding are initiated through faculty or staff advisors who submit the proposals to the college deans. Proposals for new IRAs must be submitted to Academic Programs by Jan. 29. Criteria, forms, instructions and other relevant information can be found on the Academic Programs website.

Grant Writing Workshop Starts Jan. 14

A nine-week workshop on grant writing will be offered from 11 a.m. to noon Thursdays starting Jan. 14 in the Erhart Agriculture Building (No. 10), Room 203. The workshop is for faculty and staff interested in research or research administration and will be team-taught by Sue Tonik, grants analyst in CAFES, 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 in mid-March, 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 or ext. 6-7241.

Learn by Doing Scholar Award Application Period to Open Feb. 22

Professor Kevin Taylor accepting award from President Armstrong.The application period for the 2016 Learn by Doing Scholar Award will open Feb. 22. The faculty award celebrates the scholarship of teaching and learning by honoring outstanding contributions to Learn by Doing. The award recognizes a published work and a work in progress, with awards of $2,000 and $1,000 respectively. Recipients will be selected by a committee of tenured faculty representing all six colleges. Launched last year, the award is administered by Kennedy Library and open to all faculty. For more information, visit the Kennedy Library website.

Nominations Sought by Feb. 5 for Outstanding Staff Award

Staff employees, faculty members, and department or division heads are encouraged to submit nominations for the Outstanding Staff Award. The deadline to submit a nomination for the 2015-16 award is Friday, Feb. 5. To be eligible, nominees must be permanent, full-time employees of the university, Corporation or ASI, who have completed at least three years of employment as of Dec. 31, 2015. Ten-month employees are eligible. Employees represented by bargaining unit No. 3 (faculty), former recipients of the award, and student assistants are not eligible. The Outstanding Staff Award selection criteria and nomination form can be found on the Administration and Finance website.

Feb. 5 Deadline for Outstanding Student Employee Award Nominations

Faculty and staff members can show their appreciation for student employees by nominating them for the university's 2015-16 Outstanding Student Employee of the Year (OSEY) award. Nominees must have completed at least six months part-time student employment during the academic year June 1, 2015, to May 31, 2016. Eligible candidates include state, ASI and Cal Poly Corporation student employees. Nominees can be Federal Work-Study and non-Federal Work-Study students. Cal Poly’s OSEY will be announced in April. The winner will be entered into the state competition and might go on to the regional and national competitions. The national winner is announced during National Student Employment Week, the second week of April. To print the nomination form, go to the Administration & Finance website and scroll down to Student Assistant Forms. Submissions are due to Barbara Rollins in Financial Aid by Friday, Feb. 5.


Dr. Karen Hord-Sandquist, medical director in Health Services, will retire in January. She started at Cal Poly as a staff physician in 2011 and was promoted to medical director two years later. During her tenure, she has guided the Health Services medical staff through times with record-breaking patient census. She will be truly missed by all of her colleagues.

Carol Freeman, family nurse practitioner in Campus Health and Wellbeing - Health Services, will retire from Cal Poly in January after 31 years of service. She has treated thousands of students, spanning two generations with quality medical care and compassion. She will be greatly missed by all of her Campus Health and Wellbeing colleagues.

Previously Announced Retirements
Longette (Loni) LaRose will retire after 18 years of service. A retirement reception will be held from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, in Fisher Science, (Building. 33), Room 285. Remarks will begin at about 2:45 p.m.    

Student Successes

Architecture Students Sweep Top Awards in National Steel Design Competition

Two Cal Poly teams placed first in their respective categories in a national contest to create novel designs in structural steel buildings. The 2014-15 Steel Design Student Competition attracted 500 entries from architectural colleges and universities across the U.S. The contest challenged students — working individually or in teams — to explore a variety of design issues related to the use of steel in design and construction. Two fifth-year architecture students took first place with a vision for a public library in New Orleans that incorporated digital technology and served as a cultural agent in the community. A fourth-year architecture student took first in the open category with a resource center designed to help women in India improve their communities and empower themselves. Awards will be presented this spring. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Student Startups Receive $5,000 VentureWell Grants

Four students who comprise the Higea teamTwo Cal Poly student startups are among 50 multidisciplinary entrepreneurial teams from across the nation to receive $5,000 grants from VentureWell, a nonprofit that supports invention, innovation and entrepreneurship in higher education, government and philanthropy. Cal Poly was the only school with two teams chosen to participate in the program. Higea Technologies and Mantis Composites have been active in the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE). Higea Tech (pictured), which uses magnetic nanotechnology to separate oil and water recovered from oil spills, was launched last spring at CIE’s Innovation Quest competition. Mantis Composites aims to take rapid prototyping in new directions by using 3-D printing technology to construct and print carbon fiber materials. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Campus Announcements

Employment Equity Facilitator Workshops Scheduled for Winter Quarter

Employment Equity Facilitator Workshops have been scheduled from 10:30 a.m. to noon Thursday, Jan. 14; 1 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17; and 2:30 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 15. Martha Cody, director of Equal Opportunity, will lead the workshops. Representatives from Academic Personnel and Human Resources will be there to answer questions and provide information on the staff and faculty recruitment processes. Ethan Kuster will be available to answer questions about institutionally sponsored H-1B visas for foreign faculty and staff. All trainings will be held in Fisher Science, (Building 33) Equal Opportunity Conference Room (Room 290). To enroll, contact Kuster at or ext. 6-7387. For more information, visit the Equal Opportunity website.

Housing Events Offer Opportunity for Student Outreach

Departments can sponsor University Housing events or partner with Housing to present an event to students. The events strive to meet the learning goals of building life skills, character, awareness and academics. Events include Cooking in the Canyon, fireside chats, office hours, and movie nights. Housing also offers large-scale social events in each learning community every Friday and Saturday night. For a schedule of events, visit the Inter Housing Council website. For more information, contact Jessica Fred at

Statistics Department Offers Consulting Services to Campus Through March 11

The Statistics Department provides a consulting service to the university community to facilitate research design and data analysis in a wide variety of disciplines. Consulting is available by appointment only through Friday, March 11. The service supports faculty and staff projects and research, and assists students working on senior projects and graduate research. Heather Smith is the main consultant; John Walker will also consult. They can advise on data collection, experimental design and analysis of research projects. In addition, they can lead seminars or tutorials on requested topics and offer advice on various computer packages available at Cal Poly. If you have a special area of statistical inference that is of interest to a group or department, the pair can arrange possible lectures. For more information, including what a client should bring to a consulting session, visit or email

CSU Tax-Sheltered Annuity Program to Change in April 2016

The CSU will consolidate its tax-sheltered annuity program from five vendors (TIAA-CREF, VALIC, MetLife, ING/Voya, and Fidelity) to one, Fidelity Investments. In the coming months, employees will receive communications directly from the CSU and Fidelity Investments regarding the transition, plan options and timelines. For more information, visit the Administration and Finance website.

Amendment to Gun Free School Zone Act in Effect

On Oct. 10, Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 707 amending The California Penal Code section 626.9, which prohibits, with certain exceptions, the possession of firearms on CSU campuses. The Gun Free School Zone Act imposes criminal penalties on individuals who bring firearms on school grounds, including higher education institutions. Section 626.9(i) provides that:
— Any person who brings or possesses a firearm on campus, or to buildings owned or operated for student housing, teaching, research, or administration by a university or college, which are contiguous or are clearly marked university property, shall be punished by imprisonment for up to three years An exemption exists for individuals who have written permission of the university or college president.   
— Sections 626.9(h)-(i) do not apply to peace officers, armored vehicle guards, authorized security guards, military forces engaged in the performance of duties and authorized retired peace officers. Persons with concealed-weapons permits are no longer exempted as of Jan. 1.
— As a result, anyone who possesses a concealed weapons permit and brings or possesses a firearm upon the grounds or building of the Cal Poly campus is in violation of the Gun-Free School Zone Act and subject to arrest and criminal prosecution.


Pianist W. Terrence Spiller to Perform Benefit Recital Jan. 8

Spiller at the keyboardPianist and Music Department Chair W. Terrence Spiller will give a benefit recital at 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 8, in the Spanos Theatre (Building 44). Spiller's program will start with two pieces by Ludwig van Beethoven: the Sonata in F Major, Op. 10 No. 2, followed by the Sonata in D major, Op. 28, also known as "The Pastorale." The second half of the program will begin with Francis Poulenc's "Les Soirées de Nazelles" and will conclude with five préludes from Sergei Rachmaninov's Préludes Op. 23 and Op. 32. Tickets are $9 for students and $14 for the public. Proceeds will benefit the Music Department Scholarship Fund. For more information, visit the Music Department website.

Bach Week to be Presented Jan. 19-24

The Music Department will present Bach Week Tuesday through Sunday, Jan. 19-24, with presentations and performances on campus, in Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, and in Santa Barbara. “Inside Bach Week,” will be at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 19 in the Pavilion of the Performing Arts Center. The week will begin with faculty members Thomas Davies and David Arrivée discussing the week’s repertoire in the context of Bach’s life. A lecture titled “The Role of the Evangelist in Bach’s ‘Passions,’” will be at 11:10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 21 in Davidson Music Center (Building 45), Room 218. At 3:15 p.m. on Jan. 21 in Room 218 in the Davidson Music Center, Chicago-based baritone Daniel Eifert will give a vocal master class focusing on musical interpretation. On Friday, Jan. 22, Mensa Sonora California will perform “Bach and Sons” at 8 p.m. in Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, 751 Palm St. The week will culminate with two performances of the “St. John Passion,” with Davies leading the ensemble of students and professionals: a 30-voice choir, a 22-piece orchestra, and vocal soloists. The first performance will take place at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, in Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa. The second performance will take place in Santa Barbara’s historic Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State St., at 3:30 p.m. Jan. 24. For more information, visit the Bach Week website.

Orchesis Dance Company to Present ‘Transcend’ Jan. 22-23 and 28-30

The Theatre and Dance Department will present the Orchesis Dance Company’s 46th annual concert, “Transcend,” Friday and Saturday, Jan. 22-23, and Thursday through Saturday, Jan. 28-30, in the Spanos Theatre (Building 44), on campus. Performances will begin at 8 p.m. on all days, with a matinee scheduled at 2 p.m. Jan. 23. The concert will feature the choreography of guest artists Wade Madsen and David Dorfman. Madsen is a professor at the Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. Dorfman is chairman of the Dance Department at the Connecticut College in New London and artistic director of David Dorfman Dance. Student-choreographed pieces will include two created by Larissa Clawson (mathematics) and Natalie Higgins (psychology), and one co-created by Sarah Dirk (anthropology and geography) and Erica Croft (architectural engineering). Tickets are $20 for the public and $12 for students, seniors and children. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.

Acclaimed Stage Director to Present Vocal Master Class on Jan. 28

German stage director Daniel Witzke will present a vocal master class from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, in Davidson Music Center (Building 45), Room 218. Several of the Music Department’s leading voice students will perform and be critiqued. Witzke, considered one of the most respected and accomplished producers for new American musicals in the German-speaking world, works extensively in opera and musical theater in Europe and the U.S. Witzke has worked as an audition and acting coach for more than 15 years and has translated several original off-Broadway musicals into German. He was appointed resident director for Seattle Opera in May 2012. The free master class is open to the public. For more information, call the Music Department at ext. 6-2406.

Cal Poly Arts and the Performing Arts Center

For the complete schedule and ticketing information, visit the websites for Cal Poly Arts or the Performing Arts Center.


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Upcoming Home Games

Thursday, Jan. 14
Men’s Basketball vs. UC Santa Barbara, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Jan. 16
Swimming and Diving vs. UC Santa Cruz, Anderson Aquatic Center, 11 a.m.
Women’s Basketball vs. Cal State Fullerton, Mott Athletics Center, 4 p.m.
Men’s Basketball vs. Long Beach State, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.

Sunday, Jan. 17
Wrestling vs. Duke, Mott Athletics Center, 7 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.

#103901 – Temporary Emergency Clerical Pool, Temporary clerical positions (90-day max.). ASA I - $12.21-$19.24 per hour, ASA II - $14.65-$23.07 per hour, ASC I - $16.42-$25.87 per hour, ASC II - $17.97-$28.34 per hour. Continuous hiring through June 30.

#103905 – Athletics Certification Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist – Exempt I), Academic Affairs – Office of the Registrar – Evaluations. $3,897-$6,142 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Wednesday, Jan. 20.

#103856 – ITS Communications Specialist (Public Affairs/Communications Specialist II), Information Services – Information Technology Services – Office of the CIO. $3,515-$5,538 per month. Closes Monday, Jan. 18.

#103898 – Director of Wellbeing and Health Education (Administrator II), Student Affairs – Campus Health and Wellbeing. Anticipated annual salary range: $43,620-$80,000 per year. Open until filled. Review begins Thursday, Jan. 28.

#103886 – Accountant I/II, Administration and Finance – Fiscal Services – General Accounting and Financial Reporting. Accountant I: $3,664-$6,161 per month. Accountant II: $4,161-$6,995 per month. Open until filled. Review begins (today) Wednesday Jan. 6.

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.

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. Visit the Corporation website to view job postings and/or apply. For assistance, contact Human Resources at ext. 6-1121.

Communications Coordinator, Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy, $50,772-$76,148 per year.

Strategic Analyst, Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy, $44,033-$66,040 per year.

Senior Programmer, Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy, $58,552-$87,838 per year.

Unit Supervisor, Sandwich Factory, $15.91-$23.87 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 University Union (Building 65), Room 212 or call ext. 6-5800.

There are no new job openings at this time.