Cal Poly Report — Nov. 2, 2016
Researchers Honored for a Record $32 Million in Grants in 2015-16
Faculty and staff who received a record $32 million in grants and whose research resulted in five patents for the university in the 2015-16 academic year were honored at an Oct. 27 award reception. "I just want to say how proud I am of the work that you are all doing," said Dean Wendt, dean of research in the Office of Research and Economic Development, to some 80 faculty and staff members gathered at the annual reception. "We are celebrating an unprecedented year of externally funded research activity at the university." Funding for new grant awards was up by 20 percent over last year, and "ranks as the highest amount of external funding on record at Cal Poly," Wendt added. Research grants also had these benefits, he said: paid more than $250,000 in tuition, fees and scholarships for students; purchased more than $650,000 in lab equipment; supported the wages of 58 employees through the Cal Poly Corporation; and paid $1.8 million in wages to more than 800 students. President Armstrong was impressed with the faculty who apply for the grants and the staff in the Sponsored Programs and Grants Development offices that administer them. "You are impacting lives," he said. "You are helping students succeed. And your careers are just blossoming and growing. It's very, very exciting." Five university centers that each receiving more than $1 million were singled out: Irrigation Training and Research Center, Center for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education, Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy, Center for Coastal Marine Sciences, and STRIDE. In addition, four individuals who secured a combined $50 million in grant funding over their Cal Poly careers were honored. Stuart W. Styles and Charles M. Burt, director and chairman of the board, respectively, for Cal Poly's Irrigation Training and Research Center, each has procured more than $20 million in external funding. Sam Blakeslee, IATPP director, and Trevor Cardinal, an associate professor of biomedical engineering and director of the Regenerative Medicine Program, each has procured $5 million in grant funding.
CIE Names Four to its Faculty Fellows Program
Four professors were named to the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship's Faculty Fellows program. Lynne Slivovsky, electrical engineering, (pictured clockwise from upper left) David Askay, communication studies, Taryn Stanko, management, and Graham Doig, aerospace, join the multidisciplinary cohort in preparing students to become emerging entrepreneurial leaders. The fellows will help to raise awareness of CIE programs and provide guidance to students and faculty with an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship. Askay will create an OpenIDEO chapter on campus, with the goal of fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation focused on societal and environmental challenges. Professor Doig's project drives innovation in the rapidly evolving transportation industry and opens up opportunities for startups. Slivovsky's project centers on human-centered innovation and design. Professor Stanko will focus on curricular and co-curricular innovation to bring negotiation skills to Cal Poly startups, which will improve their chances for success. The foursome of fellows was selected from a pool of 13 applicants. They join fellows Enrica Costello, art and design; Bob Crockett, biomedical engineering; Dale Dolan, electrical engineering; Lorraine Donegan and Charmaine Farber, both graphic communication; Mary Glick, journalism; Brian Granger, physics; David Janzen, computer science; Lynn Metcalf, marketing; Clare Olsen, architecture; Christiane Schroeter, agribusiness; and Umut Toker, architecture.
Screenwriter Jim Kouf to Give 'Survivalist Writing' Talk on Nov. 5
Jim Kouf, co-creator and executive producer of NBC's "Grimm," will give a talk titled "Survivalist Writing: How to Make a Living in Hollywood" from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Sciences building (No. 52), Room E3. Kouf has worked as a producer and screenwriter on such films as "Money Monster," "National Treasure" and "Rush Hour." He received the Edgar Award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay for his work on "Stakeout," the 1987 crime-comedy starring Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio Estevez. Kouf is visiting as this year's College of Liberal Arts' Honored Alumnus. For more information, contact Susan Bratcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 6-5850.
Cal Poly's Campus Dining to Host a Series of Tasty Events
In an effort to raise awareness about the variety of food options available at Cal Poly, Campus Dining has developed a series of ongoing events including: Meatless Mondays — 19 Metro will offer one or more meatless dishes, endorsed by Campus Dining's registered dietitian; BBQ Wednesdays — from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Santa Maria-style barbecue will be offered in front of Campus Market; Go Green Thursdays — customers wearing green Cal Poly apparel can save 10 percent on prepared food items at The Avenue, Campus Market, Mustang Station and Sandwich Factory; Taste of Campus Dining — on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to noon, executive chef Michael Albright will host a booth at the University Union, offering the campus community a chance to try new dishes and provide feedback; Taste-Learn-Win — this educational event will be held one Wednesday a month, allowing the campus to taste and learn about healthful dining options and win prizes; and Friday Freebies — students, staff and faculty who follow @cpcampusdining on Instagram can "like" the Friday Freebie photo to have a chance to win food and other prizes. For more information, visit the campus dining website.
Cal Poly Authors to Discuss Buddhism, Political Theory and The Dude on Nov. 4
Matthew Moore (pictured), associate professor in political science, will discuss his 2016 book, "Buddhism and Political Theory," with philosophy Professor Joe Lynch. The conversation promises enlightenment as well as entertainment, as suggested by Lynch's chapter in "The Big Lebowski and Philosophy" titled "Buddhism, Daoism and Dudeism." The discussion will take place from 10 to 11:30 a.m Friday, Nov. 4, in Kennedy Library, Room 111H. There will be time for audience questions, and light refreshments will be served. The event is part of the Conversations with Cal Poly Authors series at Kennedy Library. Listen to podcasts of past conversations on SoundCloud. For more information, visit the library's website.
Nov. 4 is Last Day To See Design Work by Alumnus and Retired Apple Exec
A retrospective of design work by artist and alumnus Hiroki Asai, considered Apple's most influential creative director, ends Friday, Nov. 4. The University Art Gallery is on the ground floor of the Dexter Building (No. 34). The exhibit focuses on the myriad projects Asai oversaw while at Apple, including packaging, retail store graphics, website, the online store, direct marketing, videos and event graphics. For more information, contact Garet Zook at ext. 6-1571 or email@example.com.
English Major Wins Prize for Song Inspired by Her Romantic Literature Studies
Maria Woodson, a fourth-year English major from Elk Grove, recently won the $1,000 grand prize in the Protest Song Songwriting Contest. The competition is sponsored by San Luis Obispo-based nonprofit Ecologistics Inc., which seeks to create environmentally and economically sustainable communities on the Central Coast. The musician won for her haunting melody "Daffodils," which is inspired by William Wordsworth 1804 poem of the same name and wife Dorothy's work "Thoughts on my Sick-Bed." "I kind of just entered on a whim without any expectations, mostly because I figured that I didn't really have anything to lose," Woodson said. "I wrote this after studying Romantic literature that focused on pastoral imagery. My biggest hope is that people will listen to my song and get the unquenchable urge to go outside — or, if they're already outside, to appreciate nature in a similar way that the writers of the Romantic period did. Some of the most profound experiences I have in life stem from appreciating the divinity and beauty of the natural world." She envisions a career that includes writing and music. She works with Songwriters At Play and performs at restaurants, breweries and other venues around the county. Listen to Woodson's award-winning song here. Contestants were asked to create an original song about the impacts of climate change, habitat loss, extinction, or overpopulation on our planet, including animals, ecosystems and humans. You can listen to all 37 songs submitted for the contest and read about the artists by visiting www.ecologistics.org/deep-ecology-collaboratory/songwriting-contestants.
CTLT's Nov. 8 Lunch Meeting Offers Educators Insights on Flipping Classes
The Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology's second Fall Slice of Inspiration event will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, in Kennedy Library (No. 35), Room 202A. Presenters Leah Wood (School of Education), Ahmed Deif (Orfalea College of Business), and Shannon Pileggi (College of Science and Mathematics) will share their experiences with flipping their courses over the past year, their reflections on the process, and how their students responded. For more information, visit the center's website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discounted K-8 Youth Football League Open to Children of University Employees
Athletics will host its second year of a youth flag football league this winter. "Next Level Flag Football @ Cal Poly" is a unique youth sports model; members of the Cal Poly football staff will run the league, and student-athletes will act as team coaches. This community-building event is positive on many levels and will be available for children from kindergarten through eighth grade. Besides benefiting local youth and student-athletes, who develop responsibility and leadership skills, the program will also connect local families to Cal Poly's football program. A $100 discount per child of faculty/staff members is being offered. Contact coach Jim Craft at email@example.com for details. For more information, visit www.nextlevelflag.com.
Training Offered on Supporting Undocumented Students
Cal Poly's Undocumented Student Working Group is sponsoring a three-part training series for faculty, staff, administrators and students interested in supporting undocumented students in institutional, academic and social settings on campus. The ongoing series is offered multiple times throughout the quarter. The first session provides information on how to best support undocumented students in accordance with state and federal law. The second workshop focuses on creating change at the office, department and/or program level. The third session will cover how to become a proactive ally to this population of students at the institutional level. For a complete list of dates and to register, visit the Undocumented Student Working Group website. Email questions to the Undocumented Student Working Group at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Administration and Finance Division Offers First Customer Satisfaction Survey
Invitations have been emailed to employees and students for the inaugural Administration and Finance Division Customer Satisfaction Survey, which will assist the division in understanding worker-satisfaction levels with service units over the past 12 months. The survey will help determine what works well and what needs improvement. Respondents will be entered into a prize drawing; for every unit rated completely, respondents receive an entry into a drawing for an iPad mini, a $30 gift certificate to the University Store, or a $20 gift certificate to Starbucks. The more departments rated in the survey, the greater the chances of winning.
Graduation Initiative Open Forum Set for Nov. 10 at PAC Pavilion
The campus community is invited to the Graduation Initiative Open Forum, set for 10 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, at the Performing Arts Center Pavilion. The forum will outline Cal Poly's participation in the California State University systemwide graduation initiative. Brian Tietje, vice provost of extended education, international and graduate programs, and university Registrar Cem Sunata will highlight efforts to provide students with a more efficient path to degree completion. Tietje and Sunata recently shared their presentation at the CSU Graduation Initiative 2025 Symposium in Long Beach. For more information, visit the Provost's website.
Presenters Sought for Dec. 1 Forum on Driverless Vehicle Systems
Join university colleagues to explore shared interest in autonomous driving, flight, agriculture, and manufacturing systems. A forum, be held Thursday, Dec. 1, in the Advance Technology Labs building (No. 7), Room 2, will be a mix of short, individual presentations on current and potential research and networking to identify interdisciplinary research themes and collaborators. The goal is to develop ideas for a larger funded symposium establishing a research agenda on the issue, collaborations between colleagues for co-authoring research proposals, and a larger scale research initiative (a collaborative center for autonomous systems). Submit your presentation proposal by clicking here. Presenters must focus on recent projects or potential research in autonomous vehicle systems and cannot exceed the 10-minute presentation limit. The idea is to let colleagues know enough about you and your research interests to catalyze potential interdisciplinary efforts.
The International Center Wants You! Volunteer as Host of Local Activities
The International Center needs 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 or to apply, visit the International Poly Hosts web page.
Heidi Schreck, administrative support coordinator in ARF-Financial Aid, has qualified for catastrophic leave. Those wishing to donate leave credits to help her remain in full-pay status during an extended leave of absence should contact catastrophic leave coordinator Jeanne Schrader at ext. 6-1304 or email@example.com.
Robert "Bob" Padilla, a Data Center lead, will retire Wednesday, Nov. 30, after 26 years of service. He has spent his entire career at Cal Poly working in Information Technology Services, supporting the Data Center. At his request, there will be no retirement celebration. You may stop by the Data Center in Computer Science building (No. 14), Room 106, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to wish him well.
Cal Poly Welcomes Economics Speaker Nov. 4
Roee Teper, assistant professor of economics at the University of Pittsburgh, will present a talk titled "Plans of Action," regarding the economic impact of contemporaneous correlations, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, in the Business building (No. 3), Room 206. The event is open to the public. It is the latest installment of the Orfalea College of Business' Economics Speaker Series, which welcomes economics and finance scholars from around the nation to speak on campus. For more information on upcoming speakers, visit the Orfalea College of Business website.
Free Attorney Consultations Offered by ASI on Nov. 4 and 18
Need legal advice? Associated Students Inc. has contracted with San Luis Obispo attorney Jeff Radding to provide free legal advice to the campus community. This service is available to currently enrolled students, faculty and staff. Radding provides a 15-minute consultation. Appointments are still available from noon to 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, and on Friday, Nov. 18. To schedule one, call the ASI Business Office at ext. 6-1281. Appointments are held in the ASI Business Office conference room, in UU 212.
Cal Poly Foundation Board Meeting to Be Held Nov. 5 in the ATL
The Cal Poly Foundation Board of Directors will hold its next public meeting at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Keck Lab in the Advanced Technology Laboratories (No. 7). For more information about the meeting or to obtain a copy of the agenda, call the Cal Poly Foundation office at ext. 6-7147.
International Education Week Features Talk by 'Enrique's Journey' Photographer
The International Center will kick off International Education Week with a talk by Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Don Bartletti presenting photos that define the causes and consequences of illegal immigration. The talk, open to the public, will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14, in Chumash Auditorium (No. 65). Bartletti earned a 2003 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography for the six-part Los Angeles Times series, "Enrique's Journey – The Boy Left Behind." His images were later featured in Sonia Nazario's national bestseller, "Enrique's Journey." A Q&A will follow the talk. The theme of International Education Week, set for Nov. 14-18, is "Supporting Students Beyond Borders." In addition, the center will hold its third annual Internationalization Symposium with a faculty and staff workshop on "Supporting International and Undocumented Students" at Cal Poly. (An RSVP is required). There will also be sessions on financial aid and scholarships for Study Abroad, as well as several events with the International Club and Cross Cultural Center celebrating international education.
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.
Percussionist John Astaire to Perform Recital Nov. 4 at Cal Poly
Percussionist John Astaire, a Music Department faculty member, will give a recital of modern works at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, in the Pavilion of the Performing Arts Center. Astaire will perform works by such composers as Iannis Xenakis and Louis Andriessen and the rarely performed "Towards the Precipice" by Danish composer Poul Ruders, a specialty piece of Astaire's, which he calls "massively intense." Astaire earned his doctorate in percussion performance from Indiana University. He has performed locally and nationally as a percussion soloist. Purchase tickets at the Cal Poly Ticket Office. For more details, call ext. 6-4849.
Cal Poly Arab Music Ensemble to Perform with Guest Artists on Nov. 5
The Cal Poly Arab Music Ensemble and guest artists will perform a program of music and dance from the Eastern Mediterranean and larger region at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Performing Arts Center's Harman Hall. The concert will feature some of the region's most celebrated instrumental, vocal and poetic repertoire, and will include traditional and contemporary genres such as the muwashshah — one of the oldest continuously performed genres in the world. Additional performance genres 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 ensemble is a multi-instrumental orchestra and choir with vocal and instrumental soloists. The show will include an extended performance by a "takht" or chamber ensemble of advanced students. Critically acclaimed guest artists joining the ensemble will include Ishmael on qanun, Fathi Aljarrah on violin and Faisal Zedan on percussion. Local choreographer Jenna Mitchell will lead a dance troupe in a popular Egyptian song. Professor Ken Habib will direct the show. Purchase tickets at the Cal Poly Ticket Office. For more details, call ext. 6-4849. Read more here.
Local Organist Returns to the Forbes Pipe Organ for Nov. 6 Concert
Local organist Katyla Gotsdiner-McMahan will launch the new season of music performed on the famed Forbes Pipe Organ with a fresh, innovative concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, at the Performing Arts Center. Hailing from Russia, this versatile Central Coast artist — who holds graduate degrees in organ and musicology from the Moscow Conservatory — will present a program of 20th century music ranging from classical to pieces influenced by jazz from America, Europe and Russia. The first part of her afternoon concert will feature works by William Bolcom, Anton Heiller, Marcel Duprè, Dmitry Shostakovich and others. The second half will also feature music for brass and organ performed by the Cal Poly Brass Ensemble, directed by music Professor Christopher Woodruff. Purchase tickets — $30 and $24 for students — from the Cal Poly Ticket Office. Questions? Call ext. 6-4849.
L.A. Convention Center Executive Will be in Residence at Cal Poly Nov. 6-8
Brad Gessner, who manages the Los Angeles Convention Center, will serve as an executive-in-residence for Cal Poly's Experience Industry Management Department on Nov. 6- 8. The public is invited to his keynote presentation at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, in the Performing Arts Center Pavilion. Gessner, senior vice president and general manager of AEG Facilities, also will lecture in classes and meet with faculty, students, industry members and the community to talk about his expertise regarding convention services, revenue generation, green practices and sustainable programs. AEG is one of the world's leading sports and entertainment presenters and is a subsidiary of the Anschutz Co., which owns, controls or is affiliated with a collection of companies, including more than 100 of the world's pre-eminent entertainment facilities such as the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., the Oakland Coliseum, and the Hawaii Convention Center. Read more here.
Theatre and Dance Department to Present Comedy 'Cosi' from Nov. 10-17
The Theatre and Dance Department will present the comedy "Cosi" at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 10-12, and Tuesday through Thursday, Nov. 15-17, in the Spanos Theatre (No. 44). The play, written by Australian playwright Louis Nowra, is set in a mental institution in Melbourne, Australia, in 1971. In the production, Lewis, a recent university graduate, is hired to direct a play to be performed by the patients. Roy, an ebullient bipolar patient, convinces the group to perform Mozart's opera "Cosi fan Tutti." The characters include Doug, a pyromaniac; Cherry, who is loud, bold, obsessed with food and falls for the director; Ruth, an obsessive-compulsive unable to resist her passion for numbers and counting; Henry, a shy, stuttering ex-lawyer with hidden aggressive tendencies; and Zac, a strung-out musician who sees himself as an artistic genius. Against the backdrop of the Vietnam War, student protests and a free-love movement, Lewis must navigate his relationship with his live-in girlfriend and arrogant friend Nick, a stage director who only participates in "serious" theater. "The play, rich with delightful characters, is a study of human behavior and creative collaboration," said Al Schnupp, director and professor in the Theatre and Dance Department. Purchase tickets — $20, and $12 for students, seniors, children, faculty and staff — from the Cal Poly Ticket Office. Questions? Call ext. 6-4849. For more information, visit the Theatre and Dance Department website or College of Liberal Arts website.
Cal Poly Bands to Celebrate 'American Masters' at Bandfest Concert Nov. 13
Nearly 300 students will perform at Cal Poly's annual Bandfest at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, in Harman Hall in the Performing Arts Center. "American Masters" will feature the Cal Poly Wind Orchestra and Wind Ensemble in an evening of bold and powerful works by living American composers for the modern symphonic band. The evening will also include the Mustang Marching Band performing high-energy selections for the traditional stadium band. The concert will begin with the Wind Orchestra performing Brian Bal-mages' "Elements," Eric Whitacre's "Lux Arumque," Steve Danyew's "Magnolia Star" and Robert Sheldon's "Stormchasers." The Wind Ensemble will continue with performances of John Zdechlik's "Celebrations," Frank Ticheli's "Rest," Karel Husa's "Al Fresno," selections from Julie Giroux's "Culloden" and John Williams' "March of the Resistance" from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Along with traditional favorites, the band will perform music from the great rock bands Rush and Queen as well as selections from the "Star Trek" films and soundtrack scores of John Williams. Purchase tickets from the Cal Poly Ticket Office. Questions? Call ext. 6-4849.
'The Book as Art in the Digital Age' Artist talk at Kennedy Library on Nov. 17
Special Collections and Archives will host "Present Tense: The Book as Art in the Digital Age" — a lecture and discussion with book artist, sculptor and photographer Lisa Occhipinti — from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, in Kennedy Library, (No. 35) next to Julian's Café on the second floor. A pop-up exhibit of hand-selected artists' books will accompany the presentation. The event is a collaboration with the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art. Occhipinti's work will also be exhibited at the downtown museum from Friday, Nov. 18 to Jan. 29, 2017. For more information about the author's talk, visit the library's website.
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.
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Upcoming Events @ Home
Saturday, Nov. 5
Women's Swimming and Diving vs. Pepperdine, Anderson Aquatic Center, 11 a.m.
Men's Swimming and Diving vs. Denver (diving only), Anderson Aquatic Center, 2 p.m.
Football vs. Eastern Washington, Spanos Stadium, 6 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 11
Women's Volleyball vs. UC Riverside, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 12
Wrestling vs. Cal Baptist, Mott Athletics Center, noon
Wrestling vs. Northwestern, Mott Athletics Center, 2 p.m.
Women's Volleyball vs. Cal State Fullerton, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 13
Wrestling vs. Rutgers, Mott Athletics Center, noon
Executive Employment Opportunities
The official listing of staff and management vacancies is posted on the Cal Poly Jobs website. To apply, go online and complete the application form. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. For assistance, call Human Resources at ext. 6-6574.
#104244 - Dean, Orfalea College of Business (Administrator IV). Open until filled; review begins Saturday, Nov. 26.
#104245 - Dean, College of Science and Mathematics (Administrator IV). Open until filled; review begins Saturday, Nov. 26.
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.
#104251 - Program Administrative Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I), Student Affairs - Parent and Family Programs and Commencement. $2,846-$4,619 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Wednesday, Nov. 9.
#104252 - Marketing and Outreach Coordinator (Public Affairs/Communication Specialist I), Student Affairs - Parent & Family Programs and Commencement. $2,923-$4,740 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Wednesday, Nov. 9.
#104255 - Per Diem Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Campus Health and Wellbeing - Health Services. Anticipated hiring range: $19.66-$38.00 per hour. Temporary, part-time. Up to three positions available. Open until filled.
#104256 - Administrative Support Coordinator II, College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences. $3,115-$5,060 per month. Open until filled. Review begins Monday, Nov. 14.
#104193 - Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships (Administrator III), Admissions, Recruitment and Financial Aid. Salary commensurate with background and experience. Open until filled.
***THIS INTERNAL RECRUITMENT IS OPEN TO CAL POLY EMPLOYEES ONLY (State, Corporation, and ASI)***
#104257 - Operations Specialist - Data Center (Operations Specialist – Career), Information Technology Services - Enterprise Infrastructure Services. $2,777-$4,945 per month. (Anticipated hiring range: $3,600-$3,900 per month. Closes Thursday, Nov. 10.
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. To view job postings or apply, visit the Corporation website. For assistance, contact Human Resources at ext. 6-1121.
Research Assistant, Kinesiology, $15.91 - $23.87 per hour
Unit Manager, Campus Dining, $18.35-$27.53 per hour
ASI Employment Opportunities
Candidates are asked to visit the ASI website to complete an ASI application and apply for open positions. For more information, visit the ASI Business Office in UU 212 or call ext. 6-5800.