News for June 2010

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Alumnus Oversees FHWA Office of Safety
June 28, 2010
When Leah Groppo, a 2009 Cal Poly food, science, and nutrition alumna, attended a reception in Washington, D.C. for a project called Make Roads Safe, she didn't expect to meet a fellow Mustang, who happens to be the Associate Administrator for the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Office of Safety.


BMED Student Takes to the Water
June 28, 2010
In and out of the classroom and in and out of the pool, everything went swimmingly for biomedical engineering student and water polo player Sara Ur in 2010.


Cal Poly’s Tech Park to Open in November
June 28, 2010
First proposed in 1997, the Cal Poly Technology Park will become a reality this coming fall.


Cal Poly Announces Leadership Change in the College of Engineering
June 25, 2010
Mohammad Noori will step down June 30 as Dean of the College of Engineering, a post he has held for five years, and teach in the mechanical engineering department in the upcoming academic year, Cal Poly Provost Bob Koob announced today.


Class of 2010: Transformed from Students to New Professionals
June 14, 2010
Through Cal Poly's labs, workshops, fields and classrooms, there runs a common theme of lives transformed. Academically motivated students come here with career and life aspirations, and dedicated faculty members help them become what they hope to be. 


Concrete Canoe Teams from Around the Nation Heading to Cal Poly
June 08, 2010
The 23rd Annual National Concrete Canoe Competition (NCCC) hosted by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) will be held this year at Cal Poly.  Approximately 500 students from 22 universities will be representing the entire United States and Canada at this event, held June 17 - 19.


2010 Outstanding Graduates
June 07, 2010
Cal Poly Engineering recently announced its 2010 Outstanding Graduates, including the top graduate students, the top departmental graduating seniors for academic excellence, and graduating seniors recognized for service to the College, service to the University, and service to the community. The winners in each category received $200 bonds from Lockheed Martin.


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