Cal Poly Report — Feb. 14, 2018


Eighteen Cal Poly Students Honored by Lawmakers at State Capitol 

Photo of eighteen Cal Poly students in front of the State Capitol in Sacramento.State lawmakers recognized 18 Cal Poly students for their awards and other accomplishments on the floors of the state Assembly and Senate in Sacramento on Monday, Feb. 12. “I’m proud to accompany these fine young men and women, a group that includes some of our best and brightest students,” President Armstrong said. “In just a matter of months, several will make the transition from campus to careers, where the skills they developed as students will make them future industry leaders.” The group was introduced to the Senate by Majority Leader Bill Monning, D-Carmel, and to the Assembly by Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham, R-San Luis Obispo. Both men represent San Luis Obispo County. Ceremonies were held in each chamber Monday afternoon. The majority of the students call California home — from Chico to San Diego. Two others are from outside the Golden State — Colorado and Ohio. Each has distinguished him- or herself as an individual or a team member that has received a national industry award or participated in other high-profile events, including the Tournament of Roses Parade and the concrete canoe team that won the national championship. Learn more about the students here.

New Mustang Meal Share Program Aims to Support Students in Need

Photo of a plate of food with text reading "Mustang Meal Share"A new program has launched that enables freshmen to help fellow students who are struggling with food insecurity. The Mustang Meal Share program gives freshmen the opportunity to donate up to 10 meals a year from their meal plan to fellow Mustangs. This is another step that Cal Poly is taking to ensure all Mustangs have a clear path to student success. The self-sustaining program provides easy, anonymous access for students in need of support. All unused plan credits will be rolled over to provide continued support to students on campus. The Mustang Meal Share program supports Cal Poly’s Basic Needs Initiative, which is a commitment to ensuring student needs including finances, mental health and access to food and housing do not become obstacles to student success. Other campus food assistance includes an on-campus representative who can offer information and help enrolling in CalFresh, and access to a campus food pantry. Go here for more information. Students in need of a meal may contact the Dean of Students office via email or phone.

Cal Poly Opens Research Center to Address Student Deaths on College Campuses

Logo for WITH USCal Poly has launched a new research and resource center dedicated to preventing harm and lives lost to hazing, alcohol and drug abuse, sexual assault, hate and bias, and other forms of violence on college campuses. With Us: the National Network for Peer Accountability was established by Cal Poly to inspire peer-led acts of accountability that promote health and safety, prevent violence and empower proactive intervention to help others. With Us is developing a national network of education and prevention partners to create safer campus communities. The center will support students and educators in prevention efforts by developing and sharing bystander intervention research, resources and education. The new center grew out of Aware Awake Alive, a nonprofit organization aimed at preventing alcohol poisoning. With Us has broadened the mission to include other critical campus-based social issues such as hazing, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual assault, hate and bias, and other forms of violence. More information is available at

Cal Poly Announces Grant to Improve Access for Low-Income California Students and Increase Campus Diversity 

Cal Poly Opportunity Grant and Opportunity Fee logo with graduation capCal Poly proposes a new grant that seeks to improve the quality of the university’s Learn by Doing education by increasing diversity and creating an intercultural experience that prepares all students for success in an ever-diverse world. The Cal Poly Opportunity Grant would provide financial assistance for high-achieving, low-income California students who meet Cal Poly’s rigorous academic admission requirements but can’t afford to attend the university. By serving a greater cross-section of California residents, the university will work toward its goal of increasing diversity on campus and enhancing the quality of education and career readiness for all Cal Poly students. To fund the Cal Poly Opportunity Grant, the university is proposing a new campus-based fee, the Cal Poly Opportunity Fee. The fee would be assessed on all newly enrolled out-of-state students starting in fall 2018 — all current students would be exempt from the fee. As part of an on-campus consultation process, the university is gathering feedback from the student community to help determine whether to establish the proposed fee. The campus community is invited to learn more at the open forums:
— 1:10 to 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16, in the Baker Center (No. 180), Room 114.
— 11:10 a.m.-noon (UU Hour) Thursday, Feb. 22, in the Baker Center (No. 180), Room 102.
— 6:10 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 8, in Fisher Science Hall (No. 33), Room 285.
In addition, an open forum for out-of-state students will be held from 9:10 to 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 16, in the Science Building (No. 52), Room E-28.
Visit for more information.

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Student Success

Graduate Student's Story Shows Transformative Impact of CSU

Cal Poly graduate student Iris HuangA Cal Poly graduate student has been included among profiles of CSU students, faculty and alumni that illustrate the transformative power that comes from access to a CSU education. Iris Huang, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in business and a concentration in information systems in just three years, is now enrolled in the Orfalea College of Business graduate business analytics program. She was the first Cal Poly Scholars program participant to graduate from OCOB. "Before [Cal Poly], I never thought I would even go near the tech field. I didn't even know business analytics existed," Huang is quoted in the piece. Data analytics — a field the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts will grow 27 percent by 2026 — is so new and quickly evolving that it will almost certainly give Huang her pick of jobs, according to the CSU profile. "My parents heavily emphasized education growing up," says Huang, who also speaks Cantonese and Mandarin and immigrated from China with her parents at the age of 3. "They truly believe education has transformative powers … to make the positive changes in the world you want, allowing you to break out of your socioeconomic situation." Go here to view this and other profiles.

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Faculty & Staff

Swanton Pacific Ranch Director Recognized as an Environmental Steward

Photo of Brian DietterickBrian Dietterick, director of Cal Poly’s Swanton Pacific Ranch, was recognized by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a scientific agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce, as an environmental steward for his efforts to strengthen and diversify the recovery efforts for the Central California Coast (CCC) coho salmon. Swanton Pacific Ranch, in Santa Cruz County, is home to the southernmost existing population of the coho salmon. In the last decade, Dietterick and Cal Poly students have collected and shared data in support of the CCC coho salmon federal recovery plan and provided additional areas of critical support. As written in NOAA’s biennial report to Congress, “Dr. Dietterick is a dedicated leader at the front line of CCC coho salmon conservation who connects his colleagues, staff and graduate and undergraduate students with unparalleled opportunities for CC coho salmon conservation, education and habitat restoration in the name of species recovery.”

Alison Robinson Named Associate Vice President for Information Technology

Photo of Alison RobinsonInformation Technology Services (ITS) has announced Alison Robinson as the division’s new associate vice president for Information Technology. Robinson’s first day will be Feb. 28, and she will serve as a senior-level, second-in-command to Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Bill Britton, directing daily operations for ITS. Robinson has extensive experience in higher education, having spent five years as the associate vice president and deputy CIO at the University of Maryland – College Park. She has also held IT leadership positions at the University of South Florida and University of Wisconsin. Most recently Robinson served as director of education, commercial and nonprofit services for Attain, a management, technology and strategy consulting firm. Robinson’s technical expertise, in addition to her proven ability to work collaboratively with faculty and staff to deliver outstanding technology services to a university, make her an incredible asset to Cal Poly.


Campus Health and Wellbeing Awarded Three-Year Accreditation

The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) recently awarded a three-year accreditation to Campus Health and Wellbeing for adhering to industry best practices in healthcare. The three-year accreditation is the longest accreditation period awarded to healthcare organizations by AAAHC. Cal Poly’s accreditation is valid from March 1, 2018, through Feb. 28, 2021. Founded in 1979, AAAHC is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing and promoting patient safety and care for a wide variety of healthcare organizations, including ambulatory surgery centers, community health centers, medical and dental group practices, medical home practices, managed care organizations and more. The organization evaluates and accredits more than 6,000 healthcare organizations throughout the country.

Photo of noodles with chopsticks Myron's Faculty and Staff Mixer to be Held Feb. 15

Myron’s, Cal Poly’s bistro-style restaurant, will offer Asian cuisine at a faculty and staff mixer from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15. The event includes a a glass of beer or wine for just $6 per guest. Myron’s is located upstairs in the Dining Complex (No. 19), across from the Recreation Center. For additional information, visit

Kinesiology Department Name Changed to Kinesiology and Public Health

To reflect the addition of a bachelor’s degree in public health, the Kinesiology Department has changed its name to Kinesiology and Public Health. The new title more accurately reflects the department’s programs and scholarship. The department holds more than $12 million in National Institutes of Health-funded research, and alumni frequently go on to careers in the public health sector. For those wishing to update references to the Kinesiology and Public Health website, the url will remain the same: For more information, contact the department at ext. 6-2545.

Tickets Now Available for March 5 Annual Service Awards Luncheon

Graphic reading Annual Service Awards LuncheonTickets for the Annual Service Awards Luncheon will be available for $15 beginning Monday, Feb. 12. State, Corporation and ASI employees with milestone service anniversaries in 2017 will be honored at the Annual Service Awards Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday, March 5, in Chumash Auditorium. In accordance with Cal Poly’s sustainable practices, fliers will be sent via email to all faculty and staff. Printed fliers will not be distributed. Tickets can be purchased online and will be sent via email or can be picked up at the Cal Poly Ticket Office will call (at the Performing Arts Center) from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. A slideshow presentation will be shown at the luncheon. Photos of the awardees can be sent to by Monday, Feb. 19. This event has limited seating, so purchase tickets early to ensure attendance!

New Recruitment Training Sessions Open for Faculty and Staff

For staff and management recruitments, anyone participating in a search committee will need to first complete the training to become a committee member, with renewal required every two years. Four training sessions have been scheduled during winter quarter. The training provides step-by-step guidance on the revised recruitment process as well as best practice advice. The sessions will be held at 10:10 a.m. on the following Thursdays: Feb. 8, Feb. 22, March 8 and March 22. The trainings will be held in-person; register through Skillsoft.

Vet Net Ally Training to be Held Feb. 16

All faculty and staff are invited to sign up for Vet Net Ally Training from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, Feb. 16, in the Science Building (No. 52), Room E26. This is a workshop for faculty and staff focused on understanding the experiences of student veterans. Attendees will receive Vet Net Ally stickers to display in their offices to indicate they are veteran allies. RSVP to

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In Memoriam

James Kalathil, a dear friend and colleague, died Jan. 30 after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson's disease and cancer. Kalathil came to the U.S. from Kerala, India, for graduate studies. He earned his master's degree from Southern Illinois University and his doctorate in atmospheric physics at the University of Nevada in Reno. He joined the faculty at Cal Poly in the fall of 1965 and retired from the department in 1998. Kalathil was much involved teaching the introductory physics sequences and atmospheric physics. He will be remembered by his colleagues and students as a kind and gentle person and will be missed by all who knew and interacted with him. There will be a celebration of life from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 24, at the Monday Club at 1815 Monterey St. in San Luis Obispo.

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Campus Announcements

University Police Chief to Hold Active Incident Training Feb. 20 and March 14

University Police Chief George Hughes will hold active incident training in February and March, open to anyone in the Cal Poly community. The program is designed to instill the knowledge, skills, abilities and mind-set necessary to successfully respond to an active threat. Two training sessions are scheduled: from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, and from 2 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 14. Both will be held in UU 220. For more information, contact Jennifer Von Der Lohe at ext. 6-5844.

Change the Status Quo Social Justice Conference to be Held Feb. 16-17

Change the Status Quo logo for the social justice conference on Feb. 16-17, 2018.The Center for Service in Action is hosting the 16th annual Change the Status Quo (CSQ) Social Justice Conference on Friday, Feb. 16, and Saturday, Feb. 17. This conference aims to empower students to use the Learn by Doing spirit to challenge social norms, ask critical questions, demand solutions and make lasting social change. Through guest speakers, inspiring workshops and engaging sessions, students will leave the conference with a newfound sense and understanding of social justice, and how they can take ownership of their role to advance social change. Faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members are invited to Preview Night on Feb. 16 for a documentary screening of "Near Normal Man," followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Charlene Stern in University Union, Room 220. The film is about her father, holocaust survivor and social activist Ben Stern. Admission is free. Ninety-six-year-old Ben Stern will offer the keynote address the next morning to kick-off the conference during the opening plenary session in Chumash Auditorium. Pre-registration (through Thursday, Feb. 15) for the all-day conference on Feb. 17 is now open at Pre-sale conference fees are  $15 for students and $20 for faculty, staff and community members. Friday and Saturday conference fees are $20 and $25, respectively. Fees include breakfast, lunch and a tote bag with conference materials.

Spread the Word About CalFresh Outreach

Cal Fresh logoOne in four Cal Poly students struggle with food insecurity. Inadequate and unreliable access to nutritious food can severely hinder academic performance and lead to poor physical and mental health. CalFresh Outreach is a program on campus to assist students who may need help with food access. The federally-funded program provides money specifically for grocery expenses. The outreach team assists students through the entire application process to help them get the money they need for groceries. Students can stop by the Health Center (No. 27), Room 173B from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Mondays or 1 to 4 p.m. on Fridays. Student outreach coordinators can also be reached by phone or text at 805-399-0236 and by email at

Lifeguard Training Course to be Held at the Recreation Center

Photo of two people participating in lifeguard training.All members of the San Luis Obispo community are invited to participate in a Lifeguard Training Course at the Cal Poly Recreation Center. The American Red Cross Lifeguarding Course provides entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries, and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Successful completion of the training course results in a certification for Lifeguarding/CPR/AED/First Aid, which is valid for two years. Participants must attend every session in order to be eligible for certification. The session dates are March 3, 4, 10 and 11. There is a fee associated with this program that includes all instruction, testing and certification costs. Visit ASI Access to register. For more information, contact ASI aquatics and safety coordinator Staley Pearl at

A photo illustrating two people discussing a matter, with papers on a desk.Need legal advice? How about free legal advice? ASI has contracted with San Luis Obispo attorney Jeff Radding for 32 years to provide free legal advice to the campus community. This service is available to currently enrolled students, faculty and staff. Radding provides a free, 15-minute consultation by scheduled appointment. No matter what the issue, he will provide advice and guidance for you. Legal consultation can provide the foundation to take the most effective steps necessary for your situation. Winter quarter appointments are now available from noon to 2 p.m. on the following Fridays: Feb. 16, March 2 and March 16. To schedule an appointment, call the ASI Business Office at ext. 6-1281. Consultations are held in the ASI Business Office conference room, located on the second floor of the University Union in Room 212.

Extended Education to Offer "Craft Beer Appreciation" on Feb. 17Photo of beer mugs filled with various types of beer-making ingredients.

"Craft Beer Appreciation," offered by Extended Education, will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, in the Graphic Arts Building (No. 26), Room 123. Take your taste buds on a frothy ride as we sample a variety of craft brews and styles from around the country, while also examining the science behind the brewing process that gives the beers such distinctively different complex flavors. Learn more here or by calling ext. 6-2053.

Extended Education to Offer Painting Classes

A painting of an ocean scene.Extended Education will offer two painting classes later this year. "How to Paint in Watercolor" will be held Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon April 21 through May 26. The introductory class will give participants a broad overview of painting in this expressive medium. Participants will start by learning some of the main techniques involved in painting with watercolor. Then, using a limited number of colors, they will learn how to mix and use these colors to paint. "Painting with Pastels" will be held Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon June 2-30. Soft pastels are the purest form of artist color, made almost exclusively from pure pigment. Whether you are a beginner starting your study of art, or an advanced artist looking to explore a different medium, this class will provide participants with a strong foundation in the creation of paintings using soft pastels. Learn more here or by calling ext. 6-2053.

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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. Submissions may run a maximum of three times and should be limited to 150 words. To help ensure CPR continues to contain only relevant and approved information, submissions are 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 issue is 12:30 p.m. the Friday prior to publication.


Ethnomusicologist Joseph Kinzer to Present ‘Islamic Revivalism and the Musical Politics of Urban Malaysia’ on Feb. 15

Joseph KinzerThe Music Department will host ethnomusicologist Joseph Kinzer for a presentation titled “Islamic Revivalism and the Musical Politics of Urban Malaysia” at 11:10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, in Room 218 in the Davidson Music Center (No. 45). Kinzer will share his research studying gambus (lute) transmission in Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, which has a pluralistic setting in which religious and racial identity politics define the daily lives of Malaysian citizens. Kinzer argues that the gambus, an Arab instrument, holds significant symbolic power in complicating the majority Malay Muslim identity, in which music is taught and performed. His talk illustrates how the presence of the gambus in contexts such as arts conservatories, social events and state functions challenges and redefines ideas of what it means to be a Malay Muslim in contemporary Malaysian society. Kinzer recently earned a doctorate in ethnomusicology from the University of Washington. The presentation is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the Music Department calendar website or call ext. 6-2406.

PAC-A-Lunch Free Concert set for Feb. 22

Compilation of photos of musicians to promote PAC-A-Lunch concert.What are your lunch plans at noon Thursday, Feb. 22? Join us for our PAC-A-Lunch Concert Series! Bring your lunch and enjoy a free concert in the beautiful Performing Arts Center Lobby. The February concert will feature Festival Mozaic Music Director and violinist Scott Yoo, along with musicians from the upcoming WinterMezzo chamber series. Featured works include Roussel’s Serenade, Op. 30 and Suite en Duo by Cras. This world-class chamber ensemble includes flute, harp, violin, viola and cello. Come experience Festival Mozaic and meet the artists behind the music. Tell your colleagues, bring a friend and get in tune with your lunch hour! The event is sponsored by PAC Outreach Services.

'San Luis Obispo Responds' Benefit Concert to be Held Feb. 23

Graphic with text reading "San Luis Obispo Responds"Help our neighbors in need by attending "San Luis Obispo Responds: A benefit concert for Puerto Rico hurricane relief and Santa Barbara County fire victims," at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, at the Performing Arts Center. Local musicians Damon Castillo, Inga Swearingen with Guy Budd, and Louie Ortega will be joined by the Canzona Women's Ensemble, Central Coast Children's Choir, Vocal Arts Ensemble and others. San Luis Obispo Mayor Heidi Harmon will emcee the collaborative community event.  Donations and net proceeds raised from ticket sales will go to support the United Way, Direct Relief and United Methodist Committee on Relief. All seats are $25 and can be purchased at KSBY-TV, KCBX and The Tribune are sponsoring the event.

Mustang Marching Band to Perform in Chinese New Year Parade Feb. 24 in San Francisco

Photo of Mustang Marching Band performing in San Francisco.The Mustang Marching Band has been invited to participate for the fifth consecutive year in the Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Parade on Saturday, Feb. 24, in San Francisco. The parade began in the 1860s as a means for the Chinese community in San Francisco to educate and share their culture with the greater community. The parade and festival have grown to be the largest celebration of Asian culture outside of Asia. The parade was named one of the top 10 parades in the world by the International Festivals and Events Association. The Mustang Marching Band’s more than 220 members perform for nearly 50 occasions on campus each year, including athletic events and university functions. The band performed for the Chinese New Year Parade for the first time four years ago and was among 15 marching bands that participated. It was awarded first place in the adult marching bands category at each appearance. The parade will celebrate the “Year of the Dog” with floats, dragon dancers and other festive entries. Over 1 million attendees are expected to line the parade route, and the event will be broadcast live from 6 to 8 p.m. on local television stations KTVU Fox 2 and KTSF Channel 26.

Arab Music Ensemble to Perform with Guest Artists Feb. 24

A file photo of a previous Arab Music Ensemble performance.The 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, Feb. 24, in Harman Hall of the Performing Arts Center (No. 6). With a membership that represents a wide range of majors on campus and professions off campus, the Cal Poly Arab Music Ensemble is a multi-instrumental orchestra and choir with vocal and instrumental soloists. San Luis Obispo dance director Jenna Mitchell will lead the dance troupe in exciting choreographies that dialogue with the music. Music Professor Ken Habib, a composer, performer and ethnomusicologist, will direct the show. Critically acclaimed guest artists specializing in the performance practices of the music cultures being featured will join the ensemble from the San Francisco and Sacramento areas, and include Ishmael on qanun (trapezoidal zither), Fathi Aljarrah on kamanja (violin) and Faisal Zedan on riqq (tambourine), daff (frame drum) and darabukka (goblet drum). Tickets for the concert are sold at the Cal Poly Ticket Office, ext. 6-4849. For more information, visit the Music Department calendar website or call ext. 6-2406.

Cal Poly’s University Jazz Bands to Present ‘Just Jazz’ March 2

Graphic reading "just jazz"The rhythmic complexity, harmonic adventurousness and surprises inherent in jazz will be apparent at the annual “Just Jazz” concert presented by Cal Poly’s University Jazz Bands at 8 p.m. Friday, March 2, in the Performing Arts Center (No. 6) The repertoire for the concert includes a slow, soulful blues number titled “I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City;” a rousing flag-waver featuring trumpet, “Bugle Call Rag;” and a Latin-jazz version of the jazz standard “Mack the Knife” called “Jack the Knife.” Two big bands — with four trumpets, four trombones, five saxophones, rhythm section and vocalist — and two jazz combos will be featured. Director of Jazz Studies Paul Rinzler directs the groups. Tickets for the concert are sold at the Cal Poly Ticket Office, ext. 6-4849. For more information, visit the Music Department calendar website or call ext. 6-2406.

Wind Bands Concert to Perform Two World Premieres on March 3

Photo of students performing in a previous band concert.The Winter Band Concert featuring the 60-member Wind Ensemble and 65-member Wind Orchestra is set for 8 p.m. Saturday, March 3, in the Performing Arts Center (No. 6). The concert is the second in the season’s series connecting “Earth and Sky,” and will include two world premieres. The program will open with a new work for the Cal Poly Brass Ensemble by music major Tyler Stockton titled “Quiet Reflection.” The concert continues with the Cal Poly Wind Orchestra presenting works from the core wind band repertoire, including Pierre LaPlante’s “American Riversongs” and William Schuman’s “Chester.” The second half of the program, presented by the Cal Poly Wind Ensemble, will include the world premiere of Mutsuhito Ogino’s Concerto for Percussion featuring Cal Poly faculty member and percussionist John Astaire. The program will conclude with Vincent Persichetti’s “Symphony,” Malcolm Arnold’s “Four Scottish Dances” and Igor Stravinsky’s “Fireworks Fantasy.” Christopher J. Woodruff, associate director of bands, will conduct the concert. Tickets for the concert are sold at the Cal Poly Ticket Office, ext. 6-4849. For more information, visit the Music Department calendar website or call ext. 6-2406.

Event Calendar

To find out what’s going on at Cal Poly, visit the Events Calendar. The site includes community events that are open to the public and Campus Life events open to students, faculty and staff. The calendar also includes events at the Performing Arts Center. 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, or visit the university scheduling page.

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Upcoming Events @ Home

Thursday, Feb. 15
Men’s Basketball vs. UC Davis, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 17
Men’s Basketball vs. UC Irvine, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 18
Men’s Tennis vs. San Francisco, Mustang Courts, noon.

Wednesday, Feb. 21
Women’s Basketball vs. UC Santa Barbara, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 22
Men’s Basketball vs. CSUN, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 24
Women’s Tennis vs. Pacific, Mustang Courts, 11 a.m.
Women’s Basketball vs. Cal State Fullerton, Mott Athletics Center, 2 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 25
Women’s Tennis vs. UC Davis, Mustang Courts, 11 a.m.

Friday, March 2
Baseball vs. Pacific, Baggett Stadium, 6 p.m.

Saturday, March 3
Men’s Tennis vs. Santa Clara, Mustang Courts, 1 p.m.
Baseball vs. Pacific (doubleheader), Baggett Stadium, 1 and 4 p.m.

Sunday, March 4
Men’s Tennis vs. Saint Mary’s, Mustang Courts, noon.
Baseball vs. Pacific, Baggett Stadium, 1 p.m.

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Job Vacancies

Employment Opportunities

The complete listing of staff and management vacancies is posted on the Cal Poly Jobs website. To apply, go online and complete the application form. For assistance, call Human Resources at ext. 6-2236.

#104710 — Project Manager (Administrator II), Administration and Finance — Facilities Planning. Salary commensurate with experience. Anticipated hiring range: $6,250-$8,334 per month. Open until filled.

Faculty Employment Opportunities

Candidates are asked to visit the Cal Poly Jobs website to complete an application for any of the positions shown below. The complete listing of faculty position openings is posted on the website. For assistance, call Academic Personnel at ext. 6-2844.

There are no listings at this time.

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.

Registered Dietitian and Sustainability Coordinator, Campus Dining, $51,792-$64,729 annually.

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.

There are no listings at this time.


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