LETTER FROM THE DEAN
Join me in welcoming the class of 2014 to the ranks of College of Liberal Arts alumni! As you will read, the class of 2014 impacted the campus positively in many ways over the past four or five years.
GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION UNVEILS PRINTED ELECTRONICS DEGREE
Printed electronics, a set of printing techniques used to create electrical devices, are changing conceptions of what printing is and what it means for the 21st century. Cal Poly now offers a master’s degree and professional certificate program in printed electronics and functional imaging.
ART & DESIGN SENIOR HOSTS OPEN SCIENCE CAFÉ
In true Learn by Doing fashion, Cal Poly seeks new ways to empower students by providing them opportunities to become involved and make a difference. For art and design senior Ali Albiani, Open Science Café was a platform to make a tangible impact on campus.
POLITICAL SCIENCE JOURNAL JOINS LIBRARY OF CLA STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
In an effort to give new purpose to what students do in class every day, several CLA departments have developed undergraduate journals as publication outlets for students.
ORIGINAL MUSIC PRODUCTION BRINGS THE SPIRIT OF CABARET TO CAMPUS
Cal Poly audiences were given a taste of true devotion to art, dancing, singing, poetry and spectacle with the Theatre & Dance Department’s original spring show, “Black Cat Cabaret.”
CAL POLY DEBATE TEAM BASKS IN A SUCCESSFUL SEASON
The Cal Poly Debate Team is enjoying the feeling of success after emerging with top wins at major tournaments this year — continuing a strong tradition of excellence.
NEW BOOKS UNITE SCHOLARSHIP AND TEACHING FOR ENGLISH PROFESSORS
Memoir, mystery and Merton are the topics of new and forthcoming books by English professors John Hampsey and Robert Inchausti.
ALUMNI COUPLE FINDS A WAY TO FULFILL THEIR DREAMS THROUGH HISTORY
Cal Poly’s history program put alumni Justin Housman and Margaret Donoghue on the road to finding their dream careers and life partner.