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The Intersection of Science and the Art of California’s National Parks

Dec 1, 2016

11:10 a.m. – noon Dec. 1

Kennedy Library (Bldg. 35), Talk Lounge (Room. 111H)

CSU Student Research Competition Deadline Announced

Dec 1, 2016

Cal Poly will host the 31st Annual CSU Student Research Competition on Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29. Students must submit their applications to the CLA Dean’s Office by Friday, Jan. 13.


CLA Faculty and Staff Holiday Reception

Dec 1, 2016

CLA faculty and staff are invited to join the college for a holiday celebration from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9, in the University Art Gallery (Bldg. 34, Room 171).

Eliminate HIV Stigma with Leona Rajaee

Nov 29, 2016

Leona Rajee, Project Manager for the PrEP Advocacy Project at the Access Support Network (ASN), is hosting a workshop to teach how to recognize the forms, effects and causes of HIV and to establish concrete ways to challenge stigma

Religion Behind the Curtain of the Hermit Kingdom

Nov 29, 2016

11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29

Computer Science (Bldg. 14), Room 249

Dr. Salim Yaqub presents book ‘Imperfect Strangers’

Nov 29, 2016

6:10 – 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29

Business Building (No. 3), Room 112

Giving Tuesday

Nov 29, 2016

All day, Tuesday, Nov. 29

Cal Poly is Participating in this national day of giving through a campus-wide. online effort to raise funds for Cal Poly Programs. 


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Pink Martini Holiday Spectacular (Cal Poly Arts

Nov 28, 2016

Tour seasonal music from around the world. Pink Martini’s festive and global approach to the holidays will feature selections from their Joy to the World album, new holiday songs and some Pink Martini classics.

Beijing Global Program Summer 2017 Info Meeting Dec. 8

Nov 23, 2016

Cal Poly will offer its first Global Program in Beijing in Summer 2017 on Politics & Culture in China.

This 4-week summer program provides a unique opportunity for Cal Poly students to collaborate with Chinese and international students at CUBE to U.S. – China political relations. Discussion between American and Chinese students, joint-research projects, and collaborative field trips will be integrated into the course structure and content. Living in Beijing for 4 weeks and traveling to museums, universities, and historic sites in Beijing and Xi'an will also enhance the students' understanding of China's political, social, and cultural foundations and realities.

If you are interested in learning more about the Politics & Culture in China program, attend the information session Dec. 8 from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Building 180, room 107.

Click here for additional information on the Cal Poly Global Program in Beijing.

Capital Fellows Application

Nov 15, 2016

The Capital Fellows Programs are outstanding opportunities to engage in public service, prepare for a career, and gain experience under a seasoned mentor. 

If you are interested in learning more or applying to be a Capital Fellow, you should attend the Presentation by Christina Hulick.

December 1, 2016


Baker (Bldg 180) rm 112

Click here for information on how to apply, as well as more information about the program and the individual fellowships. If you can't attend this information session, contact the Center for California Studies, Sacramento State at 916-278-6906 or

Applications are available now and the deadline is February 13, 2017.

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