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Cal Poly History Professor Sarah Bridger Awarded Dissertation Prize

Jun 4, 2012

Cal Poly History Professor  was awarded the Allan Nevins Dissertation Prize by the Society of American Historians.

Graphic Communication Students Win Phoenix Challenge College Competition

May 7, 2012

A team of Cal Poly Graphic Communication students took first place in the 2012 Phoenix Challenge College competition in San Antonio, Texas, for the redesign and production of the packaging for Cal Poly Chocolates.

Cal Poly Student Anna Consani Named Panetta Institute Congressional Intern

May 4, 2012

Anna Consani, a junior studying political science at Cal Poly, has been chosen as the university’s 2012 representative in the Panetta Institute for Public Policy’s Congressional Internship Program.

Book Selected by "Choice Reviews On-Line" as One of the Significant University Press Titles for Undergrads

May 4, 2012

The Will of a People: A Critical Anthology of Great African American Speeches, a critical anthology of African American Speeches published by SIU Press. Edited with Introductions by Richard W. Leeman and CLA Communication Studies Professor Bernard K. Duffy.

Mustang Daily Newspaper Earns 13 Awards at National Convention

Apr 10, 2012

Cal Poly’s student-run newspaper, Mustang Daily, recently won its fourth consecutive College Newspaper of the Year award at the College Newspaper Business and Advertising Manager’s (CNBAM) convention in Miami, Fla. 

Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group Announces Book

Jan 20, 2012

The Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group at Cal Poly today announced its new book, “Robot Ethics: The Ethical and Social Implications of Robotics.” Published by MIT Press this winter, this edited volume is the first to bring together many of the most respected experts in robotics and technology ethics to explain a full range of issues arising from current and future robots.

Women's & Gender Studies Establishes New Honor Society

Jan 20, 2012

Women’s and Gender Studies formed a new honor society: Iota, Iota, Iota (Triota). Membership is open to majors, minors, and any student who has shown interest in WGS by:

Cal Poly's Bakari Project Graduates Five Students

Aug 5, 2010

The Cal Poly-based Bakari Project Mentoring Program — designed to encourage social responsible behavior among at-risk youth — graduated five students from this fall’s program: Brian Bellrose, Joel Garcia, Camilo Felipe, Gabe West and Andrew Wilson.


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