World Language and Cultures classes incorporate virtual global engagement workshops in lieu of a cancelled abroad program
After her study abroad program in Sicily was cancelled due to Covid-19, ethnic studies professor Elvira Pulitano decided to offer students a different kind of virtual abroad experience this year.
Cal Poly Political Science Alumna Co-Founded a Medical Interpreting Organization
Since graduating in 2018, Cal Poly political science alumna Irebid Gilbert has created and co-founded her business Herencia Indigena, an initiative partly inspired by the work she did at Cal Poly.
Graphic Communication Professor Malcolm Keif wins 'Support of Education' Award
Graphic communication professor Malcolm Keif was awarded this year’s Hartman and Dennis Support of Education Award by the Graphic Communications Education Association (GCEA) board of directors.