Cal Poly Transitioning to Saliva-Based COVID Surveillance Testing
The university is transitioning students to a new saliva-based method of testing for COVID-19. Saliva-based COVID surveillance testing is now the only method of testing offered at the Poly Canyon Village testing site and is only available to students at this time. Saliva testing will be added to the Performing Arts Center testing site Thursday, Feb. 25. The university will continue to offer nasal swab testing at the PAC, but this testing method is no longer available at PCV. All employees can continue to use nasal swab testing with Avellino Labs at the PAC while we work on the transition for students. We are hopeful that employees can access saliva-based testing in the near future. Continue to visit the Employee Testing webpage to make appointments to test. Employees must be registered with Avellino Labs and select nasal swab testing to make an appointment at the PAC testing site. The university will share more details with employees about accessing saliva testing as it becomes available.
Marketing Professors Lead Research That Finds Broad Impacts from Political Polarization
Political polarization has far-reaching impacts on American life, harming consumer welfare and creating challenges for leaders, from politicians and policymakers to corporate executives and marketers, says a study led by a pair of Cal Poly professors. That’s one of the conclusions of a new scholarly paper co-led by T.J. Weber and Chris Hydock, assistant professors of marketing in the Orfalea College of Business, and co-authored by researchers from five other universities across the country. The paper, published in January, appears in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing of the American Marketing Association. “In a polarized society, politics tend to infiltrate all aspects of life, because every American is inherently a consumer and most are also employees,” said Weber, who is the Orfalea College of Business’s Richard and Julie Hood Assistant Professor of Marketing. “From how people are hired to which companies they choose to purchase from, political identities are increasingly a primary factor in every type of decision making.”
Cal Poly Wins CASE Awards for Videos, Photos, Websites and Donor Engagement
Cal Poly's communications, marketing, development and alumni relations projects earned several awards of excellence from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education's (CASE) District VII. The awards hailed Cal Poly’s ability to tell its story, to provide engaging and inspiring resources, and to pivot when faced with a pandemic. The 2021 awards include:
- Gold in the Alumni Relations “Pivot” category: College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences’ Learn by Doing at Home Virtual Event Series.
- Gold in the General Information Videos – Long category: The Band Always Wins.
- Gold in the Individual Photos category: Architecture Models.
- Gold in the President’s Reports and Annual Reports category: University Development and Alumni Engagement's Frost Fund Annual Report 2018-2019: Excellence Empowered.
- Silver in the General Information Videos – Long category: A Virtual Cup of Tea.
- Silver in the Institutional Web Pages category: The Cal Poly Website.
- Silver in the Student Recruitment Videos category: Campus Virtual Tour.
- Bronze in the Donor Relations and Stewardship category: University Development and Alumni Engagement's Expanding Cal Poly’s Donor Recognition Programs and Enhancing Engagement Opportunities.
- Bronze in the Individual Photos category: Dairy at Night.
The district’s annual Awards of Excellence highlights the work of institutions throughout the West Coast. For a full list of winners, visit the CASE District VII website.
Key Dates Finalized for Cal Poly’s Accreditation Site Visit
Cal Poly is currently in the process of reaffirming its accreditation by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC). A successful reaffirmation process will provide a valuable university-level peer review process, and will also ensure eligibility for federal funding in a number of programs, including student access to federal financial aid. Cal Poly’s self-study theme is “Promoting the Success of All Cal Poly Students While Achieving the Goals of the CSU’s Graduation Initiative 2025.” Specifically, the university is focusing on three sub-themes: “Developing a Campus Culture that Is Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive,” “Recruiting and Retaining a More Diverse Community of Students, Staff and Faculty,” and “Teaching and Learning How to Live and Work in a Diverse World.” Cal Poly will submit its self-study report to WSCUC by Feb. 16, 2022. A team of WSCUC commissioners will visit the campus from April 27-29, 2022, and a decision on the university’s accreditation will be made by June 23, 2022. WSCUC and Cal Poly hope that all members of the university community, including students, staff, faculty and external stakeholders will be able to participate in the April 2022 visit. For more information, see Cal Poly’s WSCUC Accreditation page.
Construction Management Students Capture Historical Win at Regional Competition
Cal Poly students brought home 11 trophies from this year’s annual Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 6 and 7 Student Competition, breaking their record set just last year when they won 10 awards, including six first-place trophies. This year 11 of Cal Poly’s 14 teams finished in the top three spots, including 10 trophies won by construction management (CM) students and one trophy by civil engineering students. Four Cal Poly teams placed first, including three Construction Management Department teams — Project Management, Electrical and Mixed-Use teams — and the Virtual Design and Construction Team from the Civil Engineering Department. In addition to the four top-place finishes, Cal Poly’s Commercial, Design Build, Integrated Project, Sustainable Building, Preconstruction and Concrete Solutions teams took second place. A second Cal Poly Virtual Design and Construction team placed third. Cal Poly teams were made up of nearly an equal number of women and men.
Submissions Open Through Feb. 26 for Outstanding Student Employee Recognition;
Due to the unusual circumstances resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Outstanding Student Employee of the Year (OSEY) committee, with the support of the National Student Employment Association (NSEA), will not have an Outstanding Student Employee of the Year for 2021. Instead, Cal Poly would like to honor students' accomplishments and celebrate more than one student. The process has been simplified and requires a one-page submission letter highlighting the student’s accomplishments. There is no restriction on length of employment for the student. All student employees are eligible for consideration, including state, ASI, Cal Poly Corporation and University Store student employees. Nominees can be Federal Work-Study and non-Federal Work-Study students. Faculty and staff may nominate more than one student. The NACE core competencies fact sheet may assist supervisors with their submission. The top recognition letter will be submitted to the state liaison for state, regional and national student employment recognition. Recognition letters, preferably on your Cal Poly department letterhead, are due to Financial Aid ([email protected] or [email protected]) by Friday, Feb. 26. Questions? Contact Barbara Rollins at [email protected].
Faculty & Staff
View and Register for Upcoming Benefit Events
Did you know that you can now view and register for upcoming benefit related events on the Human Resources website? Questions? Contact the Human Resources Benefits team at [email protected] or ext. 6-2236.
Free Document Accessibility Training Available to Campus
In partnership with renowned web accessibility nonprofit WebAIM, the CSU is providing free online, four-week training courses this spring on best practices for creating accessible documents and PDFs. This training is for those who make documents with Word, PowerPoint or Adobe Acrobat. Learn how to use a few simple guidelines to create documents that are accessible to all users. As part of its commitment to excellence through diversity and inclusion, Cal Poly strives to ensure that campus communication is accessible to its student, employee and community audiences. Be part of that commitment. Learn more and sign up. Space is limited and available on a first-come basis.
First Year Success Program Coaches needed for Spring Quarter
Interested in an opportunity to support students in their journey at Cal Poly? The Firs Year Success Program (FSP) is looking for graduate students, faculty and staff from across campus who want to serve as coaches for first-time freshmen who are on academic probation for the first time. FSP coaches will support a small group of first-time freshmen students by facilitating growth-centered conversations, engaging in goal setting and skill development and exploring resources that students can use to help them move toward success in future quarters. FSP staff will provide a training on March 19 to discuss the details of the program and provide materials. FSP is looking for diverse members from the campus community that represent all areas of Cal Poly, so all levels of experience and background are welcome. Sign up or express interest before March 5. Questions? Contact Kara Hitchcock at [email protected].
Call for Proposals for Continuing Instructionally Related Activities
The Instructionally Related Activities Advisory Committee has announced the call for proposals for fiscal year 2021-22 for any activities seeking continued recognition and funding. An Instructionally Related Activity (IRA) is an extracurricular "out-of-class experience" that provides enrichment to students and enhances their learning at Cal Poly. Note that IRA funds cannot be used to fund specific projects or field trips as part of an academic course. Requests for funding typically exceed the available funds, so recognition as an IRA is no guarantee of funding. Workshops to help you prepare the forms are available. Proposals for continuing IRAs are due to the appropriate college dean or vice president by March 5. Find forms, instructions, dates and times for preparation workshops, and other relevant information on the Academic Programs and Planning website.
Custodial Supervisor Jesse Carlon is retiring Feb. 26 after more than 20 years as part of the Cal Poly community. Carlon helped Campus Dining make huge strides in cleanliness, modernization and sustainability. In 2003 Carlon started the Campus Dining food waste recycling program that today turns 230 tons of food scraps and coffee grounds into locally composted nutrient-rich soil. He created and implemented a number of new programs that modernized Campus Dining custodial services, including procuring new equipment and restructuring the department. He advanced the department with new cleanliness standards that exceeded prior expectations. The Santa Maria native had worked in healthcare for more than 17 years and was running his own custodial business when he took the position at Cal Poly. “It’s been a great ride,” Carlon said. “It’s been great to have the opportunity to give back all the knowledge that I have gained over the years.” In his retirement he plans to work around the house and, more than likely, restart his own business or work at a local cleaner. That will have a wait, however — his first day of retirement has him starting the drive to New York, helping his youngest move to the city for a new job.
Food Pantry Now Open to Faculty and Staff
Currently, millions of individuals face food insecurity every day. Due to the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic, many households that experience food insecurity do not qualify for federal nutrition programs and rely on their local food banks and other hunger relief organizations for support. Due to this recognized need, the Cal Poly Food Pantry will open its doors to staff and faculty on Fridays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The food pantry is located in the lower level of Campus Health & Wellbeing (No. 27). Staff and faculty are welcome to peruse our selection of items, no questions asked. Cal Poly also hosts a SLO Food Bank Distribution site on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Mott lawn. For more info about Cal Poly’s Basic Needs resources, including how to donate: https://basicneeds.calpoly.edu/.
Transfer Hangouts Open to Campus Community
The Transfer Center, in partnership with the colleges and campus departments, is hosting transfer hangouts open to all students, staff and faculty. These hangouts are a space for transfers to connect and create community. Share these great social opportunities with students. Faculty and staff are welcome to join. The upcoming events are:
- CLA Transfer Hangout: 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24.
- Transfer Hangout with EOP: 2:10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25.
- Multicultural Center Transfer Hangout: 4 p.m. Monday, March 1.
- CSM Transfer Hangout: 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 2.
- CAED Transfer Hangout: 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 3.
- Kennedy Library Transfer Hangout: 4 p.m. Monday, March 8.
- OCOB Transfer Hangout: 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 9.
- CAFES Transfer Hangout: 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 10.
Cal Poly Extended Education Offers AWS Training in Partnership with Statewide Programs
In collaboration with California's Employment Training Panel (ETP), UpSkill California and the Cal Poly California Cybersecurity Institute (CCI), Extended Education is moving forward on an initiative to deliver cybersecurity and cloud skills training from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to upskill and reskill the current and future workforce of California. Cloud and cybersecurity technologies are increasingly helping organizations transform and defend their information and infrastructure, and trained technicians with Amazon Web Services certification are in high demand. Currently, there are over 67,000 unfilled cybersecurity positions in California. The next course, Architecting in AWS, will illustrate the fundamentals of building IT infrastructure on the AWS platform and show users how to optimize the AWS Cloud by understanding AWS services and how they fit into cloud-based solutions. This three-day course will run from March 23-25. For more information and to sign up for training visit Cal Poly Extended Education or find the direct link to the training.
‘Reimagining Dinosaurs’ to Air on Cal Poly Arts Website Feb. 24
For the past two years, Cal Poly Arts, in partnership with the Performing Arts Center, has presented a wildly popular series of evocative speakers from National Geographic Live. During this pandemic closure, Cal Poly Arts is proud to continue that tradition with a new four-part, virtual speaker series. Each 60-minute event will include stories and visuals; live, moderated conversation; and audience Q&A. Tickets are $16.50 per device, per event. The first event, “Reimagining Dinosaurs,” airs via the Cal Poly Arts website at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, and covers groundbreaking new science that is changing what we thought we knew about how dinosaurs looked, moved and lived. For example, in Chile, scientists have discovered a shocking new therapod. Unlike its cousins, Velociraptor and T. rex, Chilesaurus consumed a vegetarian diet. Join leading paleontologists and National Geographic explorers Nizar Ibrahim and Sebastián Rozadilla for stories and conversation about the evolving science of dinosaurs. Visit calpolyarts.org for tickets and more information.
‘A Conversation with Michael Phelps’ to be Held Feb. 24
Join the conversation with author, mental health advocate, and one of the most decorated athletes of all time, Michael Phelps. ASI Events presents "A Conversation with Michael Phelps" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, via Zoom Webinar. The event is free to access with @calpoly.edu email address for students, faculty and staff. Submit your questions for Phelps now for a chance to have them answered live during the event. Before the event, stream for free the 2020 documentary "The Weight Of Gold,” on which Phelps served as executive producer. "The Weight Of Gold" is available anytime on Feb. 23 starting at midnight. The documentary explores the personal struggles and mental health issues of Phelps and other athletes who share their own challenges and highlight the need for available support. To learn more, visit asi.calpoly.edu.
Free Concert Featuring Bear Market Riot to be Held Feb. 26
The LIVE from the PAC free virtual concert series continues with local duo Bear Market Riot at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26. Formed in 2014 on the Central Coast, their energetic blend of sounds from folk to funk resonates with audiences of all ages. They are two heartfelt voices singing in harmony playing five instruments with their hands and feet, telling tales of adventure, equality and romance. With a driving beat and layers of melody, Nick Motil and Kirk Nordby create a sound greater than the sum of its parts. This event will be streamed on Feb. 26 and will then be available to watch on demand. Any donations raised will be split between the artists and the Performing Arts Center. Full information about the show and how to watch can be found at pacslo.org. Tickets are not required.
Poet, Activist Sonya Renee Taylor to Headline 19th Annual Change the Status Quo Conference
Award-winning performance poet and activist Sonya Renee Taylor will deliver the keynote address for the 19th annual Change the Status Quo (CSQ) Social Justice Leadership Conference to be held virtually from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27. The annual event, hosted by Cal Poly’s Center for Service in Action, is free for all community members and 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. This year’s event will focus on the theme “Action over Apathy” and will be headlined by Taylor, a former national and international poetry slam champion and founder and radical executive officer of digital media and education company The Body is Not An Apology. For additional information and to register, visit the Change the Status Quo webpage.
‘Picture a Scientist’ Film Screening March 1-7, Panel Discussion March 4
The documentary “Picture a Scientist” will be available for free virtual screening for the Cal Poly community March 1-7. Faculty, staff and students are invited to view the film; engage in a discussion with their department, club or other group; and attend a virtual panel discussion with the film director and two Cal Poly science alumnae from 4-5 p.m. Thursday, March 4. The film chronicles the groundswell of researchers who are writing a new chapter for women scientists. A biologist, a chemist and a geologist lead viewers on a journey deep into their own experiences in the sciences, overcoming brutal harassment, institutional discrimination and years of subtle slights to revolutionize the culture of science. Register to view the film, watch a trailer or view more information about the event online. The event is sponsored by the College of Science and Mathematics. Email [email protected] with any questions.
Illustrating the Intersections of Masculinity, Race and Ethnicity at March 4 Event
The Men and Masculinities Program is hosting “Pass the Mic” from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 4, on Zoom. Pass the Mic is an open-mic style event featuring student speakers, engaging media pieces, group discussion and open mic segments. This is a great opportunity for faculty and staff to connect students to an intersectional experience and an engaging conversation about masculinities. This event creates a unique experience for students to listen, discuss and share their perspectives on the intersections of masculinities, race and ethnicity. There will also be an opportunity to win a prize from one of the event sponsors. Use Zoom ID 892-3754-1722 to join. Questions? Contact Nick Bilich at [email protected].
Streaming of ‘Shelter’ Starts March 6
Cal Poly Theatre and Dance Department presents “Shelter: An Immersive Theatrical Audio Experience in Your Living Space.” Streaming begins on March 6 and will play through the rest of this academic year. This devised play will explore our current circumstance of “sheltering in place” by creating a theatrical piece that examines the emotional connection to our homes through an autobiographical lens. The play features a cast of seven students plus production work by Theatre and Dance Department students, faculty and staff.
Cal Poly Wind Bands to Present Virtual Concert Titled ‘Community’ on March 6
The Wind Ensemble and Wind Orchestra will present a virtual concert titled “Community” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 6. “Music has the ability to bring together minds and souls,” Director of Bands Christopher J. Woodruff said. “For this concert, the members of the Cal Poly Wind Bands explore the connections between individuals that make us part of a larger whole, whether they are performing in person or remotely. We are excited to have this performance recorded in the Performing Arts Center’s Miossi Hall, which offers the student musicians an acoustical experience that brings out the best possible musical communication.” Compositions by Katherine Bergman, Percy Grainger and Rossano Galante will be performed. Woodruff and Associate Director of Bands Nicholas P. Waldron will conduct the concert. Tickets are sold at the Performing Arts Center, ext. 6-4849. For more information, visit the Music Department calendar website.
International Women’s Day Activities Include Virtual Panel on March 8
On March 8-13, Cal Poly will honor International Women's Day by celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. From 11:10 a.m. to noon Monday, March 8, the Cal Poly International Center will host a virtual panel presentation, “Choose to Challenge Gender Inequity,” discussing cross-cultural frameworks for understanding gender, equality and equity. Panelists include Joni Roberts, assistant professor, Kinesiology and Public Health Department; Dawn Neill, associate professor, Interdisciplinary Studies in Liberal Arts; Ning Zhang, professor, Political Science Department; and Olivia Bảo-Khanh Trần, coordinator, womxn and gender equity initiatives, Student Diversity and Belonging. The panel is co-sponsored by the Men and Masculinities Program, the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Science and Mathematics. The panel will cover gender-related issues from cross-cultural and international perspectives, including how gender norms have shaped and influenced the career paths and academic achievements of Cal Poly faculty and staff. To find out more about International Women's Day and ways to celebrate, visit the International Center website or the Facebook event page. Then get ready to join the #ChooseToChallenge #IWD2021 #IWDCP conversation.
Cal Poly Symphony’s Virtual ‘Soloist Showcase’ Set for March 12
The Cal Poly Symphony will present its annual Soloist Showcase through a virtual presentation at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 12. The symphony held auditions in November for student soloists from a variety of majors for the opportunity to be featured in the showcase. The winners were computer engineering major Kiran Manikonda on clarinet and double civil engineering and music major Grant Smith on piano. Manikonda will play Gioachino Rossini’s “Introduction, Theme and Variations,” and Smith will perform the first movement from Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor. The program will also include two movements from Gordon Jacob’s “Old Wine in New Bottles,” performed by the winds and brass of the orchestra, and Edvard Grieg’s “Two Elegiac Melodies,” performed by the strings. There will be a live Q&A session immediately following the recorded performance with Music Professor and conductor David Arrivée, the soloists and other students. Tickets are sold at the Performing Arts Center, ext. 6-4849. For more information, visit the Music Department calendar website.
Cal Poly Choirs to Present ‘Breathe in Hope’ Virtual Concert on March 13
The choirs will present “Breathe in Hope,” a virtual winter concert that will feature a variety of selections on the theme of perseverance and hope at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 13. PolyPhonics will perform music by Camille Saint-Saëns and influential African American composer Adolphus Hailstork. The University Singers will present music by André Thomas, plus Ernst Toch’s celebrated “Geographical Fugue.” Dale Trumbore’s “Breathe in Hope” will be performed by the Cal Poly Women’s Chorus. The piece is based on a Facebook post in response to the killing of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling. The Cal Poly Chamber Choir will present a special mass with movements from a variety of Renaissance composers that showcase the development of the genres in that period. Scott Glysson conducts the Cal Poly Choirs, which are accompanied by Paul Woodring. Tickets are sold at the Performing Arts Center, ext. 6-4849. For more information, visit the Music Department calendar website.
Events.calpoly.edu is a new platform that shines a spotlight on high-profile special events at
Cal Poly and throughout our community, focusing on the wide and diverse range of activities on and around our campus. This site is designed to help our colleges, programs, departments and facilities promote exciting events that can be seen by a selected audience. It will update regularly and include events happening in the next 30-45 days. It is not a calendar of all events, and it does not include student club events. Here are some links to help you navigate:
Submitting an Event to Events.calpoly.edu
To submit your event for consideration, please send the event title, date, time, duration, ticket information, intended audience(s) and image (1600 bpi wide) to [email protected].
University Events Calendar
To find a listing of all events — such as performances, lectures, workshops and more — visit our Master Calendar.
25Live: Space and Event Scheduling can help you schedule or book a venue for an upcoming on-campus event.
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
Friday, Feb. 26
Men's Basketball vs. UC Davis, Mott Athletics Center, 2 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 27
Men’s Tennis vs. Santa Clara, Mustang Tennis Complex, noon.
Men's Basketball vs. UC Davis, Mott Athletics Center, 2 p.m.
Friday, March 5
Women's Tennis vs. Santa Clara, Mustang Tennis Complex, 1 p.m.
Women's Basketball vs. UC Santa Barbara, Mott Athletics Center, 2 p.m.
Baseball vs. Utah Valley, Baggett Stadium, 6 p.m.
Saturday, March 6
Women's Tennis vs. Fresno State, Mustang Tennis Complex, 11 a.m.
Softball vs. Saint Mary's (DH), Bob Janssen Field, 1 and 3:30 p.m.
Women's Basketball vs. UC Santa Barbara, Mott Athletics Center, 2 p.m.
Baseball vs. Utah Valley, Baggett Stadium, 6 p.m.
Sunday, March 7
Softball vs. Saint Mary's, Bob Janssen Field, noon.
Baseball vs. Utah Valley, Baggett Stadium, 1 p.m.
Friday, March 12
Men's Tennis vs. Grand Canyon, Mustang Tennis Complex, noon.
Softball vs. Pacific (DH), Bob Janssen Field, 1 and 3:30 p.m.
Baseball vs. UCLA, Baggett Stadium, 6 p.m.
Saturday, March 13
Men's Tennis vs. Gonzaga, Mustang Tennis Complex, 10 a.m.
Baseball vs. UCLA, Baggett Stadium, 6 p.m.
Sunday, March 14
Baseball vs. UCLA, Baggett Stadium, 1 p.m.
Softball vs. Stanford (DH), Bob Janssen Field, 1 and 3:30 p.m.
Monday, March 15
Men's Tennis vs. New Mexico, Mustang Tennis Complex, noon.
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.
#498641 — Manager of Architectural Trades (Administrator II), Administration and Finance – Facilities Management and Development. Salary commensurate with the background and experience of the individual selected. Open until filled.
#499071 — Digital Transformation Program Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II), Information Services — Cal Poly Innovation Center. $56,316-$101,868 per year (based on a full-time, 1.0 time base). Anticipated hiring range: $45,000-$50,400 annually (part-time, 0.6 time base). Open until filled.
#499000 — Lead Groundsworker, Administration and Finance — Facilities Management and Development. $38,868-$67,116 per year. Anticipated hiring range: $45,600-$58,800 per year. Open until closed.
#498608 — Applications Lead — Service Operations (Analyst/Programmer — Career), Information Services — Application Data and Integration Ops. $52,464-$129,504 per year. Anticipated hiring range: $79,000-$105,000 per year. Open until closed.
#498832 — Academic Advising Program Coordinator (Student Services Professional III), Academic Affairs — Orfalea College of Business. $56,292-$80,196 per year. Anticipated hiring range: $56,292-$62,400 per year. Open until filled.
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 current openings, further information and how to apply. For assistance, call Academic Personnel at ext. 6-2844.
#499008 — Tenured-Track, Assistant Professor — Materials Engineering, College of Engineering. Open until filled.
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.
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.