Cal Poly to Launch Initiative Tackling Issues, Envisioning Smart Communities
A team of Cal Poly faculty members have begun work to pilot the Smart Campus Initiative with the use of a digital twin for Cal Poly’s campus. A digital twin is a virtual representation of an area, which uses real-time data to enable better understanding of the area and its constituents and provide that information for informed decision-making on issues including campus space management, student activities, and classroom scheduling. Amir Hajrasouliha of the City and Regional Planning Department will lead the project along with Department Head Jeong Woo and Professor Joseph Cleary, both of the Construction Management Department, and Amin Malek Mohammadi, formerly of the Electrical Engineering Department and now a professor at CSU Bakersfield. The team plans to collaborate with DxHub, AWS at Cal Poly and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Cal Poly, as well as partners in industry, including Autodesk Corp. and Virtual Engineering and Construction (VEC) Corp. Future phases will include working with William Siembieda of Cal Poly’s City and Regional Planning Department, and Dennis Sun in the Statistics Department. Read the news release.
Service Learning Town Hall to be Held Nov. 19
In accordance with CSU Chancellor’s Office initiatives, the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) and the Center for Service in Action (CSA) are offering a virtual service learning town hall highlighting virtual alternatives to in-person/on-site service learning during COVID-19. Featured speakers and service-learning faculty fellows Sara Bartlett (Psychology and Child Development) and Karen Muñoz-Christian (World Languages and Cultures) will share how they developed new or adapted existing activities into all-virtual versions and more. The town hall will be held from 11 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Nov. 19. Anyone from the campus community interested in service-learning as a high impact practice for Learn by Doing is welcome to attend. Join via Zoom (ID: 871 3240 5391 https://calpoly.zoom.us/j/87132405391). Anyone with questions can contact CTLT faculty liaison for service learning Anurag Pande (firstname.lastname@example.org) or CSA senior coordinator Bradley Kyker (email@example.com).
Basic Needs Taskforce Announces New 'CP Essentials' Website
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week begins Nov. 16, and in honor of the event, the Basic Needs Task Force has some good news to share. In partnership with Campus Dining, the Basic Needs Task Force will distribute 25 free pre-packaged meals from noon to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, Nov. 16-20 at the food pantry (lower level of the Health Center (No. 27). The Basic Needs Program is also transitioning to its new name, CP Essentials. This transition includes a new website highlighting the many resources available to students who are struggling with food insecurity, finances and housing needs. Visit www.basicneeds.calpoly.edu to learn more.
Campus Invited to Donate to Mustang Holiday Gift Card Drive by Dec. 4
The Center for Service in Action (CSA) invites all students, staff, faculty and families to contribute to the Mustang Holiday Gift Card Drive. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have suspended the traditional giving-tree tags and shopping aspects of the drive. Campus community members can contribute by donating money via the Mustang Holiday Gift Card Drive's Spur Change crowdfunding website by Friday, Dec. 4, at https://crowdfund.calpoly.edu/project/23564. The CSA will use the donated money to purchase gift cards for children in need served by our community partner agencies this holiday season. Anyone with questions about the Mustang Holiday Gift Card Drive can email the CSA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen In: A Student Perspective on COVID-19 to be Held Nov. 12
ASI student government will host "Listen In: A Student Perspective on COVID-19" from 5:10-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12. Faculty and staff are invited to tune in to the panel discussion to gain a deeper understanding of the various student experiences throughout the pandemic. The panel will host students from areas across campus to give a space for faculty and staff to hear various experiences of navigating Cal Poly during these unprecedented times. For those not able to attend the event, ASI will share an overview of the main takeaways afterward upon request. The Zoom webinar ID is 869 9566 0083. Questions? Reach out to ASI President Shayna Lynch at email@example.com.
Cal Poly Holiday Cheese Boxes Feature Student-Made Products
The holidays are almost here! The Cal Poly Creamery has new award-winning cheeses and traditional favorites, available in a variety of gift box arrangements. The sale runs through Dec. 18, with shipping available throughout the U.S. and select dates available for pick-up at the Cal Poly Creamery. Gift boxes from the creamery are a safe and convenient way to share Mustang pride this holiday season. The creamery cares about our community and is giving back this holiday season. For every 100 gift boxes sold, a cheese box will be donated to the Cal Poly Food Pantry to support students impacted by food insecurity. A special cheese box is also available for purchase as a direct donation to students in need. Click here to order your cheese selections in time for holiday delivery. Thank you for supporting students and Cal Poly's Learn by Doing tradition.
Campus Health and Wellbeing Welcomes New Counseling Director
Andrea J. Lawson, a licensed clinical social worker, joined Campus Health and Wellbeing on Nov. 9, following a nationwide search. Lawson is a clinical social worker with an extensive background in college mental health, including 13 years of service at three higher education institutions. Ensuring all students have access to quality, culturally responsive mental health care and services has been a hallmark of her leadership. She recognizes the value of integrated centers attending to the whole student and considers wellness across many dimensions. Over her years in counseling center administration, she has built compassionate and connected staff teams, facilitated growth in seasons of transition, centered the voices of students, and positioned agencies to better support the mental health needs of the campus from a social justice framework. As a therapist, she draws from feminist, narrative and relational approaches through a multicultural lens.
Professor Steve Hamilton Honored by European Association of Agricultural Economists
Earlier this year, Orfalea College of Business Professor Steve Hamilton received the Quality of Research Discovery Award from the European Association of Agricultural Economists. The honor is granted annually for scholarship that makes a significant contribution to the field of knowledge in agricultural economics. Hamilton shared the award with Olivier Bonroy, economics professor, and Alexis Garapin, dean of the faculty of economics, both of the Université Grenoble Alpes in France; and and Diogo M. Souza Monteiro, senior lecturer of agribusiness at Newcastle University School of Agriculture Food and Rural Development in the United Kingdom. They were coauthors on a 2019 paper titled, “Free-Riding on Product Quality in Cooperatives: Lessons from an Experiment,” which was published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics. Their work addresses how product quality is determined in markets where investments by individual producers lead to collective reputation (such as Paso Robles wines or California almonds). Hamilton’s research has implications for a large number of settings where individuals make voluntary contributions to public goods, including donating time and money to help disadvantaged members of the community or paying a price premium for green electricity to help combat global warming. Learn more about Hamilton and his work at https://www.cob.calpoly.edu/directory/profile/stephen-hamilton/.
Offboarding Resources Ensure Smooth Transitions
Cal Poly values its people, and Employee and Organization Development wants to provide the best experience from start to finish during every employee’s time at the university. Offboarding is the formal process of separation between an employee and an organization. Taking the time for an effective offboarding process is essential to maintain value, optimizing current employees' working experiences, retain organizational knowledge and reduce future training time. Check out the November Learn & Grow Newsletter published by the Employee and Organization Development department for useful offboarding tools such as an Offboarding Checklist and a Knowledge Transfer Plan to ensure all the boxes have been met to best support your team, stakeholders and the exiting employee.
Find Qualified Student Applicants by Posting On-Campus Positions on MustangJOBS
Faculty and staff who have a student employee job opening they'd like to promote can easily post it on MustangJOBS, powered by Handshake. Career Services offers this convenient, fast way to quickly reach many qualified student applicants. Whether the posting is for a virtual “on-campus” job or for a personal household job, MustangJOBS is the ideal place to promote an opportunity. Additionally, students who qualify for Federal Work Study are eligible for on-campus jobs at only 25% cost to the department’s budget. The federal government contributes the other 75% of the wages (learn more about Federal Work Study). To post position(s) on MustangJOBS, click here to get started. (Tip: for on-campus listings, select “on-campus” rather than “part-time” as the job type.) For more information on using MustangJOBS contact Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 6-2501.
Additional Learning Circles Available this Fall
Human Resources has announced additional fall 2020 Learning Circles, which will all be held on Zoom. Learning Circles involve watching a video or reading an article and participating in a discussion during a single session. The first learning circle is “Wellbeing: Emotional Agility,” with Dr. Susan David, who discusses her research on how emotional agility contributes to effectiveness and wellbeing. Learn why your ability to succeed in trying times depends on how you frame and process your responses and what you can do to improve your effectiveness and well-being. In the second learning circle, “Wellbeing: Gratitude,” Hailey Bartholomew describes how her shift in perception yielded a transformation. Learn how she gained a new perspective, shifted her mindset and ultimately discovered her secret to happiness. In the third learning circle, “How Incivility Shuts Down Our Brains,” Dr. Christine Porath describes how workplace culture impacts our creativity, productivity and how the little actions we take can make work a better place. To view a full description and register to attend, visit the Live Learning opportunities at Learn and Grow.
Do-It-Yourself Video Captioning Training for Campus Members
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) is offering two DIY video captioning trainings on Zoom for faculty, staff and/or student assistants from 4-5:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16, and Monday, Nov. 23. Attendees will learn how to use various automated transcription tools to create accurate closed captions for videos uploaded to YouTube. Email John Lee at email@example.com to reserve a spot in one of these training sessions and to request accommodations as needed. Lee will email the Zoom link for the training session you request. Both training sessions will have live captions and transcripts available.
Help Choose the Next Recycling Marketing Concept for Campus
As part of the CalRecycle grant awarded to Cal Poly in 2020, Facilities will launch recycling signage and messaging across campus. Facilites is asking faculty and staff to help determine which marketing campaign will get the most attention. Take two minutes to give feedback on which campaign you like best. Complete the survey by Thursday, Nov. 12. After taking the survey, employees are encouraged to share widely on social media, via email, in classes, etc. Facilities hopes to hear from as many people on campus as possible.
Foundations of Gender and Sexuality Workshop to be Held Nov. 19
Faculty and staff are invited to participate in the Foundations of Gender and Sexuality virtual workshop from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19. This workshop explores how people are socialized regarding sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and provides foundational awareness of basic allyship practices for inclusion, with special regard to the LGBTQ+ community. Through this training, participants can become better equipped to support individuals of all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions within our current socio-historic-political contexts. Participants will also have the opportunity to examine their own socialization and beliefs, raise awareness of others in our community, begin the process of critiquing paradigms and systems that are harmful to LGBTQ+ people, and commit to enhancing allyship practices. Join the meeting at its scheduled time at https://calpoly.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0ofuitrDkiHNbK10AryTpOzogQZ_Y_Jgwh.
PeopleSoft Upgrade: Financial Administration (CFS) Unavailable Nov. 13-15
The PeopleSoft Financial Administration (CFS) application, accessed through the My Cal Poly Portal, will be unavailable from 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, through 8 a.m. Monday, Nov. 16, due to a required upgrade. During the maintenance window, the link accessed through My Apps (CSU Portal — Financial Administration) will be unavailable. This upgrade is required to ensure that Cal Poly stays up to date with security patches and bug fixes. Anyone with questions or needing help can contact Valerie Maijala at ext. 6-1187 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Issue with macOS Big Sur Release
Apple is releasing macOS Big Sur today, and unfortunately, the current versions of Global Protect virtual private network (VPN) and Sophos antivirus software do not function properly on Mac computers running the Big Sur operating system. At this time, Information Technology Services (ITS) recommends that members of the Cal Poly community who use GlobalProtect VPN and/or Sophos on a Mac do not download macOS Big Sur until both GlobalProtect and Sophos come out with an upgrade that resolves the issue. No action is required by faculty and staff who are using a state-managed computer. ITS is working with both GlobalProtect and Sophos on this issue, and when they release new versions, we will make them available and update campus as quickly as possible. Questions? Contact the ITS Service Desk at email@example.com or ext. 6-7000.
Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education Invites Faculty to Join Research Listserv
Faculty members are invited to join Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education's (R-EDGE) research listserv to receive communication about activities or funding opportunities related to research. To join, send an email with subject line "sub researchlistserv" to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education division, visit research.calpoly.edu/.
Faculty and Staff Invited to Attend Nov. 12 Webinar on Tips for Success in Obtaining Federal Research Money
Faculty and staff interested in making a connection with the local high-tech industry are invited by Corporate Engagement and Innovation (CEI) within Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education (R-EDGE), to attend a webinar from noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12. The webinar, “Tips for Success in Obtaining Federal Research Money,” will be presented by Glen Mandigo, president and CEO of Strategic Marketing Innovations (SMI), and his team. This webinar will be attended by local companies and will provide an overview of federal spending for research and will discuss how faculty and staff can be more successful in shaping opportunities and responding to calls for proposals. This presentation will be specifically tailored for the San Luis Obispo region and audience members will have the chance to participate and ask questions following the formal presentation. Register in advance for this webinar.
Learn with Colleagues Across the CSU
Now that many in-person classes are offered virtually, CSU Systemwide Learning and Development, in collaboration with the Cal Poly Employee and Organization Development department, have a unique opportunity to extend professional development courses beyond campus borders for faculty, staff and student assistants across the CSU. Professional development topics include employee engagement; work-life integration; hidden bias; and self-coaching, leadership and respect in the workplace. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Don’t delay! Click here to register.
Place Requests Now For Library Materials Needed Before Breaks
The Kennedy Library and CSU+ are loaning books and other physical materials (excluding Course Reserves) with contactless pickup from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays and from 4-6 p.m. Tuesdays. In addition to academic materials, the library also offers recreational reading material in the Good Reads collection. Because of delays due to COVID, it may take up to three weeks for requests to be fulfilled, so submit requests today. To checkout items:
— Request books on OneSearch using your Cal Poly account: https://onesearch.calpoly.edu.
— Receive an email that your items are ready to be picked up.
— Bring your Cal Poly ID/Library Card to the Kennedy Library front entrance on the days/hours listed above.
— Call Library Circulation at ext. 6-5760 to notify staff of your arrival and to provide your library card information.
— Staff will place your items outside the door.
— Remember to wear a face covering and to practice physical distancing when coming to campus.
Join a Virtual Community of Lifelong Learners
The College of Liberal Arts has created a virtual learning circle — kind of like a book club — for alumni, faculty, staff and friends. Everyone is invited to read the same book, watch the same documentary, listen to the same podcast, etc., and then join together to take part in a discussion about the piece led by CLA faculty members. Join the second CLA Learning Circle opportunity focused on the book “Stand Out of Our Light.” Written by James Williams, the book explores the "attention economy" and its effect on us as individuals and as a society. The discussion will take place at noon Thursday, Nov. 19, via Zoom. Joining is free, and the book is currently free through Cambridge University Press. Learn more and RSVP at https://cla.calpoly.edu/events/learning-circle.
Duo Multi-Factor Authentication Required by Dec. 9
If you are already enrolled in multi-factor authentication (MFA), you have probably noticed that you are now being prompted to verify your identity with Duo every time you use your Cal Poly username and password to log-in. This functionality was enabled on Oct. 25 as part of the transition to using MFA across Cal Poly. To minimize interruptions to your workflow, ITS highly recommends using the “Remember Me for 12 Hours” feature. With passwords becoming increasingly easy to compromise, MFA is key to providing an additional layer of security to the university. That is why all Cal Poly students, faculty and staff are required to set-up MFA by Dec. 9. If you have not yet signed up through the My Cal Poly Portal and enrolled a mobile device or landline, please do so prior to the end of the quarter. If you’re new to MFA, we recommend reading our FAQ page before you sign up. Emeritus are not required to use MFA. For more information about MFA at Cal Poly, visit bit.ly/calpolymfa. For questions and assistance, contact the ITS Service Desk at email@example.com or ext. 6-7000.
Marc Godfrey will retire from the Cal Poly Police Department after 23 years in the field. After serving 10 years as an officer for the Morro Bay Police Department, Godfrey began working at Cal Poly in October 2007 and was promoted to sergeant in October 2017. During this time, he has served as a field training officer and terrorism liaison officer, among many other assignments. During his retirement he plans to relax and enjoy the approaching holidays but inevitably get back into some kind of security work — definitely not anything that involves 12-hour night shifts. Throughout his 23 years of full-time police service Godfrey has fostered a special bond with his coworkers. He notes that police work is a sacrifice, as much of the work goes unnoticed while most officers are working tirelessly every day, rain or shine, over holidays, 24 hours a day answering the call for service. Godfrey will miss working with his fellow officers and will be missed and remembered by the Cal Poly community. We thank him for committing himself to tirelessly going the extra distance to keep the Cal Poly community safe.
After working with the Cal Poly Performing Arts Center (PAC) for over 15 years, Dave Lowden will retire and start the next chapter of his life. Lowden started as an accountant at the PAC and worked his way up to the manager of finance role where he served as the budget specialist, handling all things accounting and finance related for the PAC and the Cal Poly Ticket Office. Born and raised in New York state, Lowden went to school in Boston and was working in New Hampshire in 2001. In the wake of Sept. 11 his department was closed. He bought an Indian Motorcycle and traveled the country from coast to coast. On Christmas Eve 2002 he landed on the Central Coast. The following spring he made the move permanent. He is grateful that the Performing Arts Center had a role for him and that Ron Regier, the PAC’s first managing director, saw something in him that was a perfect fit. After his time at the PAC, he plans to catch up on some long-awaited travel with his wife, hopefully to Hawaii, Hungary, Sweden and Israel.
International Education Month to be Held Nov. 2-20
The Cal Poly International Center will host free virtual events in celebration of International Education Week throughout the month of November — with so many activities and workshops, it could not be limited to one week. This is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. In addition, student, faculty and staff participants will be entered into a raffle to win one of four $25 gift certificates to the Cal Poly Bookstore for each event they attend. For more information and a full list of activities, visit https://international.calpoly.edu/international-education.html. Highlights include:
— Inclusive Global Education Panel at 11:10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 12. This panel is an opportunity for Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) students and allies to learn from their peers about the successes, challenges and rewards of living, interning, and studying abroad. Join Jamie Patton, assistant vice president for Student Affairs, Diversity and Inclusion, and a panel of study abroad alumni at https://calpoly.zoom.us/j/88976523963.
— Cal Poly Cooks on Wednesdays: A weekly cooking show that explores recipes from all over the world. The session scheduled for 12:10 p.m. Nov. 18 will focus on churros con chocolate. An ingredient list can be found on @calpolyslointl. Join at https://calpoly.zoom.us/j/89544329241.
— Mini Language Workshops on Tuesday, Nov. 17: Join for mini-language lessons from around the world at 11:10 a.m. at https://calpoly.zoom.us/j/84819250384.
Own a Beautiful Bella Montana Home
Another beautifully designed Bella Montana home is now available for purchase. The home, at 567-D Paseo Bella Montaña (La Cumbre), is listed at $482,514 and comes equipped with a long list of property highlights. This 1,327 square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath home is noted for its beautiful hardwood floors, convenient indoor laundry unit, spacious one-car garage and comfortable and private outdoor living area. It is ideally located in the Bella Montaña development that encompasses 69 individually owned faculty and staff homes. These condominiums are walking distance to campus as well as to shops and restaurants. Surrounded by beautiful coastal foothills, Bella Montana offers an opportunity to own a home in San Luis Obispo, one of the most livable cities in California. There are so many beautiful views and opportunities to take those views in, whether it be on a walk, run or hike. This is a must-see unit. Contact Chris Lupo at 530-219-3332 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Cal Poly Sets Virtual Bandfest for Nov. 15
Nearly 300 students will virtually present the annual Bandfest concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15. Cal Poly’s Wind Ensemble, Mustang Marching Band and Wind Orchestra will perform works ranging from the sublime to the evocative. Bandfest will begin with the Wind Orchestra’s performance of Julie Giroux’s “One Life Beautiful” and John Philip Sousa’s “Hands Across the Sea.” The Wind Ensemble will continue with Jennifer Jolley's “Lichtweg” and Richard Strauss’ “Serenade for Winds,” Op. 7. The Mustang Band will conclude the concert with Cal Poly school songs and other examples of work they have been rehearsing this quarter. The Wind Orchestra will be conducted by Nicholas P. Waldron, Cal Poly’s associate director of bands. Director of Bands Christopher J. Woodruff will conduct the Wind Ensemble. Tickets to the virtual event are $5 and can be purchased online from the Performing Arts Center, ext. 6-4849. For more information, visit the Music Department calendar website.
Theatre and Dance Department Presents Virtual Production of ‘An Iliad’ Nov. 14-20
Cal Poly’s Theatre and Dance Department will present a virtual production of Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare’s riveting play “An Iliad” based on Homer’s “An Iliad,” translated by Robert Fagles. Virtual shows will be daily at 2 p.m., 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. from Saturday, Nov. 14, through Friday, Nov. 20. “‘An Iliad’ asks ‘what is it like to be present at the invention of a story?’ It showcases a small group of narrators, burdened as the carriers of history, who present the tale of the Trojan War as a means for investigating human nature,” said Josh Machamer, director and chair of the Theatre and Dance Department. The virtual presentation will feature actors who were filmed in their own residences and the work of Theatre and Dance Department students, faculty and staff, including Laina Babb, costume shop manager; Thomas J. Bernard, costume designer; Clint Bryson, technical director; and Brian Healy, scenic and lighting designer. In addition, a handful of students contributed to the production through their work in stage management and lighting. The department is presenting all performances of the virtual 2020-21 season free of charge as a way to continue its commitment to Learn by Doing. Audience members may contribute $10, $15 or $20 as their “ticket” to the performances. For production information and access, visit the Performing Arts Center website.
The Muse Hour Continues Nov. 22 with Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi
Cal Poly Arts presents a four-episode, livestream music and conversation series in partnership with Luther Burbank Center for the Arts and Tacoma Arts Live. The Muse Hour's third episode will air live at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 22, featuring American folk artist and former lead singer of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Rhiannon Giddens, and Italian pianist and percussionist Francesco Turrisi. Centuries before West African music and dance influenced American culture, European music was transformed by Arabic and North African instruments and rhythms. Giddens and Turrisi trace this musical globalism by reimagining these encounters with the banjo, the frame drum and other instruments in a musical journey from Africa and the Middle East, through Europe, and finally to the Americas. This event features live performances and will be followed by a moderated audience Q&A session. Tickets are $11.50 and are available through calpolyarts.org.
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 email@example.com. Virtual events can also be publicized via the University events calendar. Email the Events team with details and they will assist with adding your information.
For an overview of up-to-date sports information, photos and videos, visit gopoly.com. Per guidelines from the state and San Luis Obispo County Public Health, no fans will be permitted for these events. This guideline will be revisited for future events.
Upcoming Events @ Home
Wednesday, Dec. 2
Women's Basketball vs. Nevada, Mott Athletics Center, 2 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 14
Women's Basketball vs. Santa Clara, Mott Athletics Center, 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 16
Men's Basketball vs. San Diego, Mott Athletics Center, 3 p.m.
For all available job openings, visit jobs.calpoly.edu. All new positions opened this week are listed below. To apply, go online and complete the application form. Current employees can also find job postings at CSU Careers, an internal job site for CSU employees. For assistance, call Human Resources at ext. 6-2236.
There are no new listings this week. To see currently available jobs, please follow the instructions included below.
To find internally posted positions, start from the Cal Poly Portal. Click “Cal Poly Jobs” on the left-hand menu. On the next page click “Apply.” All internally and externally posted positions appear there. For a full list of available jobs, go to jobs.calpoly.edu.
Faculty Employment Opportunities
Visit jobs.calpoly.edu for all available job openings. The part-time lecturer pools are now open. Visit jobs.calpoly.edu for current openings, further information and how to apply. For assistance, call Academic Personnel at ext. 6-2844.
There are no new listings this week.
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 all available job postings or apply, visit the Corporation website. For assistance, contact Human Resources at ext. 6-1121.
There are no new listings this week.
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 new listings this week.
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.