PLEASE NOTE: The June 8 issue will be the final weekly issue of Cal Poly Report for the 2015-16 academic year. The issue following that will be published June 29.
Cal Poly Report — May 25, 2016
Keynote Speakers Announced for Spring Commencement Ceremonies June 11 and 12
Former Secretary of Defense and Central Coast Congressman Leon Panetta, and Margaret Fortune, the leader of a network of charter schools in Northern and Southern California helping young people from disadvantaged families attend college, will deliver keynote addresses at three spring 2016 commencement ceremonies June 11 and 12. Panetta will address the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture and Environmental Design at 9 a.m. and the Colleges of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences and Science and Mathematics at 4 p.m. June 11. Fortune will address the College of Liberal Arts and Orfalea College of Business at 9 a.m. June 12. All ceremonies will take place in Spanos Stadium. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.
LightSail Test Takes Flight
Bill Nye, CEO of The Planetary Society and television personality "The Science Guy," visited campus May 23 to witness a test of LightSail 2, a nano-satellite project to be launched next spring. Roughly the size of a box of shoes, LightSail contains a thin Mylar sail that when deployed is about the size of one side of a tennis court. Its mission is to demonstrate controlled solar sailing — transforming an orbiting CubeSat into an interplanetary space vehicle with its own solar-powered propulsion. Cal Poly will further assist the mission, which will launch as a secondary payload aboard SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket in 2017, by providing ground support monitoring. NASA representatives, who have their own solar-sailing mini-satellite mission set to launch in 2018, were also on hand to witness the test. The Planetary Society (TPS) is funding the $5.45 million LightSail project. The test was a success as the sails fully deployed. LightSail did not respond to commands to shut off the motor, so the team manually powered off the spacecraft to prevent the risk of damage. The problem is under investigation. For more on the test flight, see coverage in The Tribune and KSBY TV.
Vista Grande 'Retirement' Party Set for June 3
Campus Dining is hosting a reception to retire the Vista Grande dining establishment from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, June 3. Faculty, staff, alumni and students are invited to enjoy light appetizers and cake to celebrate Vista Grande's 43 years of service to the campus community. Including VG Cafe, the Burger Bar, and Vista Grande Restaurant (previously Sage), Vista Grande has served as the main residential dining hall for more than 126,000 freshmen since 1973. The doors will close Monday, June 13, to begin development of the new dining complex. The 16,899 square-foot building will be replaced with a three-story, 35,000 square-foot facility. The new building will be LEED certified and feature integrated interior and exterior dining spaces.
Faculty & Staff
Outstanding Faculty Recognized by Business College
The Orfalea College of Business announced recipients of the outstanding faculty honors at the college’s annual Senior Awards Ceremony held Friday, May 13. Lecturers Sharon Dobson and Sisi Pouraghabagher received the Distinguished Teacher of the Year awards, an honor determined by student votes. Nominated by his colleagues, Economics Professor Jason Lepore was named Emeritus Faculty of the Year. For details and information on students honored at the event, visit the Orfalea College of Business website.
Information for Summer Session Instructors
Community Access is an opportunity offered through Extended Education for non-Cal Poly students to take Cal Poly classes during summer term on a space-available basis. To register, community members are required to submit a Community Access Registration form with instructor approval. No permission numbers are required. The student will be listed on a separate class list and grade roster. For more information, visit the summer session Web page.
Faculty Invited to Apply for Obesity-Related Research Funding
The Cal Poly Center for Solutions through Research in Diet and Exercise (STRIDE) is accepting applications for its Seed Funding Initiative, which supports research that advances knowledge and practice in obesity prevention and treatment. Eligible faculty members may receive up to $5,000 for 15 months to produce work leading to an external research grant proposal. The most successful seed funding proposals will demonstrate scientific merit, interdisciplinary approaches, student involvement, potential for external funding, and relevance to STRIDE's mission and values. The deadline for submission is Friday, May 27. Eligibility information and submissions guidelines are available on STRIDE's website.
Spring 2016 New(er) Faculty Breakfast to be Held June 3
Newer faculty at all ranks are invited to the Spring Quarter Community Breakfast from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday, June 3, in Chumash Auditorium (UU 204). The theme is Reflection and Renewal. President Armstrong will provide opening remarks. Patrick O’Sullivan will present suggestions for how to build a mentoring network and plan for the next academic year. Held at the end of each quarter, the breakfast meetings are an opportunity to reconnect with other newer faculty across campus and learn about important topics and key resources essential to professional success at Cal Poly. Catering will be provided by Splash Café. Registration is requested through the Center of Teaching, Learning and Technology.
Faculty Advisors Sought for Solar-Powered Vehicle Project and Outreach
Faculty members are sought to serve as mentors and advisors to students in the Prototype Vehicles Laboratory (PROVE Lab). The current student team is developing a vehicle to attempt a high-profile international land speed record in June 2017, with support from such companies as Alta Devices, American Honda Foundation, Northrop Grumman, X (formerly Google X) and Tesla Motors. In fall 2016, the next cohort will commence work on a new, more complex vehicle project for the next two-year project cycle. The next effort will require faculty mentors and advisors for senior projects, masters theses and independent study in STEM/STEAM outreach and education, augmented and virtual reality, advanced materials for automotive applications, systems engineering, sensing and autonomous control, ergonomics, battery technology and power management systems, life-cycle sustainability, vehicle dynamics and additive manufacturing. Interested faculty are asked to contact PROVE Lab advisor Graham Doig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jan Douglass, accounting technician II in Fiscal Services, 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 Dawn Rudder at ext. 6-5871 or email@example.com to request a donation form.
Previously Announced Retirements
Eric Johnson, a professor of photography who served as the chair of the Art and Design Department three times, will retire after 36 years of service. The department will host a retirement reception from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 26, in the University Art Gallery, located in the Dexter Building (No. 34).
Kevin Shaw, operations manager for Facilities Management and Development, will retire after more than 32 years of service. Facilities Transportation Services invites campus to wish him well in retirement from 10 to 10:15 a.m. Thursday, June 2, in the Transportation Services Building (No. 71) or send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Orfalea College of Business will celebrate the retirements of Jeffrey E. Danes, marketing professor; Kris McKinlay, assistant dean for operations and student success; Steven Mintz, accounting professor; James Sena, professor and chair of the Management, Human Resources and Information Systems Area; at a combined reception from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 31, in the Advanced Technology Laboratories (Building 7).
Multidisciplinary Team Ties for First in Low-Income Housing Challenge
Students from architecture, economics, finance, city and regional planning, and construction management comprised the team that shared first place in the 2016 Bank of America Merrill Lynch Low-Income Housing Challenge. While a Cal Poly team took first place in the conceptual contest for six of the last 11 years, this year’s entry, Sanctuary 6, was designed to be something that could actually be built to house veterans in the City of San Luis Obispo. To develop the comprehensive proposal, the team partnered with more than 17 local community groups. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.
CP Students Take First and Second at Data Hackathon
Two multidisclipinary teams finished first in the best insight category and second (pictured) in the best use of external data category at the undergraduate statistics hackathon called DataFest. Nearly 20 teams from five universities, including UCLA and USC, participated in the competition, held April 29-May 1 at UCLA. Online ticket seller Ticketmaster provided millions of data points, and students had just under 48 hours to see what they could find. The team that won for best insight built a filter to predict how successful an event will be at a venue where it’s never been held. The other team calculated the average price of a ticket by county and compared that to economic census data to see whether ticket prices were reasonable for that region. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.
Retirement Planning Sessions Include One-on-One Consultations and May 25 Workshop
Savings Plus is a program offered by the State of California that offers 401k and 457 deferred compensation plans. Both plans offer convenient payroll deductions on a pre-tax or after-tax basis and other benefits. Ralph Hoskins, a certified financial planner and the local representative for Savings Plus, will present a 45-minute retirement workshop at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, in UU 216. No pre-registration is necessary. For more information or a one-on-one account review, contact Hoskins at 805-459-2005 or email@example.com.
Training About Race and Class Offered May 27
The Cross Cultural Centers will offer Allyship Training from noon to 3 p.m. Friday, May 27, in UU 221 (San Luis Lounge). The Race and Class session aims to create a more welcoming and inclusive campus environment; to strengthen community; and to encourage networking among faculty, staff and students toward the goal of supporting individuals and communities along diverse intersections of race, class, dis/ability, sexuality, gender identity and expression, documentation status, and first generation college attendance. The training will help educators learn how to support all students while making the campus more inclusive. The session will include in-class scenarios and an overview of best practices. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015-16 Federal Work-Study Program to End June 11
Saturday, June 11, is the last day students may work through the Federal Work-Study Program for the 2015-16 academic year. Work-Study payroll must be submitted prior to the June payroll deadline. Any ‘late’ payrolls will be processed through regular student pay since late Work-Study pay cannot be authorized. Work-Study students may work up to 20 hours during finals week. There is no Federal Work-Study during the summer quarter. The 2016-17 Federal Work-Study Program will begin Sept. 22. For more information, contact Barbara Rollins, Federal Work-Study program manager, at 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, 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.
Last Lab Offered June 20 to Help Reconcile Financial Transactions
The Administration and Finance Division (AFD) will host the last open lab of the fiscal year from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Monday, June 20, in the Administration Building (No. 1), Room 133. The lab session is designed to help employees review and reconcile financial records and transactions and have questions answered. For more information, visit the ABC (AFD Business Connection) website.
Cal Poly Corporation Board to Meet May 27
The Cal Poly Corporation board of directors will hold its meeting at 8:30 a.m. Friday, May 27, in the Corporation Administration Building (No. 15), Conference Room 124. The meeting is open to the public. For more information about the meeting or to obtain a copy of the agenda, call Ann Roy at ext. 6-1131.
Mental Health First Aid Training to be Held June 1-2
Counseling Services is offering Mental Health First Aid, a national certification training to support the campus community in responding to mental health crises. Open to faculty, staff, students and community members, the training will take place from 12:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, June 1-2, in Campus Health and Wellbeing (Building 27). Attendees will learn how to recognize the signs of mental health and substance use disorders and implement a five-step action plan to assess a situation and provide help, understand the impact of mental health and substance use disorders, and identify local resources. Reservations are required. Attendees must attend both days of training to earn the certification. Trainings are free and include lunch. For more information or to reserve a space, contact Hannah Roberts, assistant director of community prevention and intervention, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Dining to Give Away a Bike Every Week in May
To celebrate Bike Month, Campus Dining is giving away a free bicycle every week in May. To win, follow Cal Poly Campus Dining on Instagram and “like” the Friday Freebie photo. Among those who like the photo, one person will be randomly selected as the winner of a bike, supplied by Campus Dining’s partner, Coca-Cola. Campus Dining is hosting the Bike Month promotion to reinforce its commitment to serving students nutritious, sustainable food that fuels their bodies, supporting an active lifestyle and academic success.
CSU Fee Waiver Benefit Available to Employees
The fee waiver program provides eligible faculty, staff and management 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 and Finance website. For more information, contact Terizza Miller at email@example.com or ext. 6-7354.
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: The June 8 edition will be the final weekly issue of Cal Poly Report for the 2015-16 academic year. The following issue will be published June 29.
Creative Writers to Read at Byzantium Celebration May 23
The English Department will hold a reading and a celebration for the 26th edition of Byzantium, the department’s literary annual, at 7 p.m. Monday, May 23, at Steynberg Gallery in San Luis Obispo. Byzantium, an award-winning publication, is entirely crafted by undergraduate students, including art direction and design. Poems and stories were chosen through the 2016 Al Landwehr Creative Writing Contest, which is open to undergraduate and graduate students in all majors. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.
Harvard Law’s First Deaf and Blind Graduate to Speak on Inclusive Digital Spaces May 26
Haben Girma, the first deaf and blind graduate from Harvard Law, will present a talk, “Creating Inclusive Digital Spaces: Accessibility for Students with Disabilities” from 11 a.m. to noon Thursday, May 26, in UU 220. Girma, who works at Disability Rights Advocates, excelled because of the creation of a community that valued inclusion. In her talk she will address the importance of designing services with universal access in mind and share ideas on how to execute inclusive practices. For more information, contact John Lee, in the Disability Resource Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 6-5972.
‘All That Brass’ Concert to be Held May 26
The Cal Poly Brass Ensembles, featuring many of the university's top brass players, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 26, at the San Luis Obispo United Methodist Church. Cal Poly’s Brass Ensemble and Trombone Choir will perform “All That Brass!” including compositions and arrangements by composers Aaron Copland and J.S. Bach. Highlights will include Copland’s “Fanfare for the Common Man” and a frenetic arrangement of Reinhold Glière’s “Russian Sailor’s Dance.” The free, public concert will be in the sanctuary of the church at 1515 Fredericks St., San Luis Obispo. For more information, call the Music Department at ext. 6-2406.
Engineering Project Expo to be Held May 27
The College of Engineering will host the Engineering Project Expo from 2 to 6 p.m. Friday, May 27, in various locations on campus. The expo will feature more than 200 individual and team projects from nine engineering departments. The displays and hands-on demonstrations represent the culmination of one to two years of student-led project innovation. The event will give visitors a look at some of the inventions and visions from Cal Poly’s newest generation of engineers. A Club Hub will feature award-winning team projects, and — new this year — an Entrepreneur Zone will display student innovations developed for marketability. For more information, visit the College of Engineering website.
Student Film Exhibition to be Showcased Through May 27
Student films will be showcased through Friday, May 27, in the University Art Gallery (Building 34). The films are a collaboration between the Art and Design Digital Video course and the Interdisciplinary Studies in Liberal Arts in Cinematic Process course. The films include stories of conflict and connection, magic and murder, and love and loss. They were screened during the SLO Film Festival earlier this year. For more information, contact Garet Zook at email@example.com or ext. 6-1571.
Arab Music Ensemble to Perform with Guest Artists May 28
The Cal Poly Arab Music Ensemble and guest artists will perform a diverse program of music and dance from the Eastern Mediterranean and larger region at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 28, in the Spanos Theatre. The show will feature several kinds of traditional and contemporary art music, including the “muwashshah,” one of the oldest continuously performed art music genres in the world. Additional genres to be featured come from the shared music traditions of the Ottoman era, including the short, introductory “dulab” and the more elaborate “samai,” with its 10-beat metric mode. The Cal Poly Arab Music Ensemble consists of a multi-instrumental orchestra and choir with vocal and instrumental soloists. The concert will also include “takht” or small chamber ensemble groups. Critically acclaimed guest artists will include Egyptian violinist Adel Eskander, Assyrian qanun player Ishmael, and Syrian percussionist Faisal Zedan. The program also will feature choreographies by San Luis Obispo dance directors. Tickets are available at the Cal Poly Ticket Office or by calling ext. 6-4849.
Musical Tribute to Professor Craig Russell Set for May 30
The Early Music Ensemble will present “Craig Russell: A Musical Tribute” at 2 p.m. Monday, May 30, in Harman Hall of the Performing Arts Center’s Christopher Cohan Center. The concert will feature music that Russell reconstructed using original manuscripts from the Puebla Cathedral in Mexico City, composing parts that had gone missing over the span of three centuries. The Early Music Ensemble is comprised of 12 student vocalists from various majors. Instrumentalists will accompany the performers, including Russell on baroque guitar. Concert-goers are invited to attend a retirement reception for Russell in the Rossi Grand Lobby following the concert. In addition to teaching traditional courses such as Music Appreciation and Music History, Russell pioneered popular classes such as Music of the ’60s: War and Peace. Russell was recognized with a distinguished research award from each of the following: the CSU, Cal Poly and the College of Liberal Arts; was awarded the President's Arts Award; and was named the CSU Trustee's Outstanding Professor, the CSU's highest honor. Faculty and staff are welcome to submit anecdotes and well-wishes for a memory book the Music Department is compiling for Russell. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.
Inclusive Excellence Month Offers Host of Activities in May
The Office of University Diversity and Inclusivity (OUDI) is collaborating with more than 30 student organizations, campus departments and community agencies to present Inclusive Excellence Month in May. The campus community is invited to explore events, attend trainings and engage with community members in learning how to become a part of Cal Poly’s inclusivity and diversity efforts. For a list of events, visit the OUDI website. For more information on campus efforts, visit the OUDI home page or contact Kari Mansager, OUDI program director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Ensemble to Stage ‘Evangeline’ Concert May 31, June 1
The Music Department student production ensemble RSVP will stage the multi-layered production “RSVP XXI: Evangeline” at 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 31 and June 1, in the Performing Arts Center Pavilion. RSVP is known for celebrating electroacoustic diversity and compositional risk. For the first time in its 21-year history, the ensemble is producing a ballet — though far from the traditional classical notions of that genre. Inspired by Longfellow’s epic poem “Evangeline,” a romantic story of true love in the wake of the Acadian deportation, RSVP superimposes this story onto the diasporic, political and religious realities of today’s Middle East. The performance highlights timely issues such as the consequences of imperialist action, politically generated fear mongering, and the plight of refugees. The music, soundscape and staging combine the creativity of students in Barata’s Sound Design classes with the choreography of Theatre and Dance Department faculty member Diana Stanton and the students in her dance classes. Tickets are available through the Cal Poly Ticket Office or by calling ext. 6-4849.
Student Team to Exhibit Pop-Up Art on Local Food and Farming June 3-4
A Cal Poly professor and her students will have a two-day pop-up art exhibit, SLO Map, about food and farming in San Luis Obispo County. The event will take place from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 3, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 4, at 669 Higuera St. San Luis Obispo. The exhibit will explore local food systems through art, maps, games, and social media storytelling. Maps, drawings, photos and collages created by visitors will become part of the exhibit. The event is free and appropriate for all ages. For more information, visit the Cal Poly News website.
Symphony and Choirs to Present ‘Requiem’ and Tour Preview on June 4
The Cal Poly Symphony and Cal Poly Choirs will perform Fauré’s “Requiem” and a preview of the orchestra’s repertoire from its upcoming Central Europe tour at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 4, in Harman Hall in the Performing Arts Center. The concert will open with American, Austrian, Czech and Hungarian music to celebrate the Cal Poly Symphony’s tour to Central Europe in June. Works include Aaron Copland’s “Variations on a Shaker Melody,” Antonín Dvořák’s “Slavonic Dance in G Minor,” Op. 46, No. 8, Johann Strauss’ waltz “Wiener Blut,” and Béla Bartók’s “Hungarian Pictures.” After these orchestral works, the Cal Poly Choirs will join the symphony for the premiere performance of faculty member Meredith Brammeier’s “Blow, Winds, Rage, Blow!” set to text from Shakespeare’s “King Lear.” The combined groups will perform one of Gabriel Fauré’s most-loved works, “Requiem,” Op. 48. Tickets are available at the Cal Poly Ticket Office at ext. 6-4849.
Cal Poly Wind Bands to Perform Anniversary Concert June 5
Students, faculty and alumni will join forces to present an anniversary concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 5, in the Performing Arts Center. The concert is a celebration of three anniversaries: 20 years of performances in the Performing Arts Center; 50 years collaborating with Music Professor Emeritus William V. Johnson, director of bands; and 100 years since the Cal Poly band program began. The concert will include works for wind band that pay tribute to the progression of the Cal Poly bands through the years. The Wind Orchestra, the Wind Ensemble and student soloists will perform. The concert will end with a wind band of Cal Poly alumni from the past 45 years. Tickets are available at the Cal Poly Ticket Office or ext. 6-4849.
A Cappella Ensemble Take it SLO to Perform June 5
Take It SLO, a Cal Poly a cappella ensemble, will present its annual Spring Concerts at 1 and 7 p.m. Sunday, June 5, in Room 218 in the Davidson Music Center (No. 45) on campus.The 15-member vocal ensemble will perform a variety of songs, including new works, all arranged by students. Admission to the Spring Concert is $7 at the door for the public and $5 for students.For more information, visit the Take It SLO website, email email@example.com, or call the Music Department at ext. 6-2406.
Marketing and Public Policy Conference to be Held June 23-25
Cal Poly will host the American Marketing Association's (AMA) 2016 Marketing and Public Policy Conference June 23-25. This year's theme, fostering change for communities and society, will highlight the ability of policy efforts to impart change at both the community and societal levels to impact consumers and improve quality of life. Alumnus Peter Feldman (Business Administration, '89), global product general manager at Amgen, will give the keynote presentation. AMA will also host an intensive workshop and doctoral seminar June 20-23. The event is co-chaired by Brennan Davis, associate professor in the Marketing Area. Registration is open to faculty, staff, students and community members. For event details or to register, visit the AMA website.
Cal Poly Arts and the Performing Arts Center
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Upcoming Home Games
Thursday, May 26
Baseball vs. UC Davis, Baggett Stadium, 6 p.m.
Friday, May 27
Baseball vs. UC Davis, Baggett Stadium, 6 p.m.
Saturday, May 28
Baseball vs. UC Davis, Baggett Stadium, 1 p.m.
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.
#104073 – Career Counselor (Student Services Profession IB/II), Student Affairs, Career Services. Temporary, full-time. Student Services Professional IB: $3,303-$4,672 per month. Student Services Professional II: $3,746-$5,325 per month. Open until filed. Review begins April 27.
#104069 – Project Administrator/Specialist (Administrative Analyst/Specialist – Non-Exempt), Academic Affairs, Institutional Research. $3,288-$5,529 per month. Anticipated hiring range: $3,288-$3,600 per month. Open until filled. Review begins June 15.
#104068 – Assistant Marketing and Fan Experience Coordinator (Public Affairs/Communication Specialist II), Student Affairs, Intercollegiate Athletics. $3,515-$5,538 per month. Open until filled. Review begins May 31.
#104070 - Director of Student Clubs and Organizations (Administrator I), Student Affairs, Dean of Students. Salary commensurate with background and experience. Anticipated annual salary range: $55,000-$65,000. Open until filled. Review begins June 17.
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.
There are no new job 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.
Coordinator, Outdoor Recreation (Recreational Sports). Annual Salary: $50,440. Position open until filled. Review of applications to begin June 6. Anticipated start date: July or August.