News for September 2011

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Fresh Faces: Cal Poly Engineering Welcomes the Class of 2015
September 23, 2011

Preliminary statistics for the first-year engineering students matriculating at Cal Poly this fall indicate that the class has all the metrics for success:  

Average High School GPA: 3.94

Average SATs: 683 math; 616 reading

Applied 9,434 Selected 3,505 Enrolled 1,292

2011 Honored Alumnus
September 23, 2011
The 2011 Honored Alum for Cal Poly Engineering gained renown as a visionary technologist in his position as Chief Technology Officer of the former PeopleSoft, Inc. His current title also reflects his creative approach to the information industry.

Cal Poly Aerospace Professor Comments on Falling Space Junk
September 23, 2011

News of a six-ton satellite falling out of the sky can make you wonder if you should "duck and cover."

Cal Poly Nerds Rule
September 22, 2011
Who says nerds don't have fun?

Cal Poly Engineering Top-Ranked
September 21, 2011

For more than a dozen years, Cal Poly has ranked among the nation’s very best engineering colleges.

Forbes ranks Cal Poly among best U.S. universities
September 21, 2011
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - For the fourth year in a row, Forbes Magazine counted Cal Poly among the best colleges and universities in the nation.

Cal Poly Engineering Teems with Winning Teams in AIAA Aircraft Design Competition
September 14, 2011
SAN LUIS OBISPO -  Cal Poly Engineering's Aerospace teams flew circles around the competition in not just one but two design events at the recent American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) student design contest.  

Professor Taufik, DC House Project Featured in EEWeb Pulse Magazine
September 12, 2011

Professor Taufik, electrical engineering, has landed on the cover of the current issue of EEWeb Pulse for his role as director of the school's Electric Power Institute.

CENG Events for WOW 2011
September 09, 2011
The College of Engineering is getting ready for the Week of Welcome 2011.

Cal Poly’s big role in the smallsat industry cited in current issue of The Space Review
September 07, 2011
As satellites have grown larger, so, too, have their costs and development times -- which has spurred a resurgence of interest in smallsats.

Teams from Cal Poly, CSU Long Beach Track Sharks Using Underwater Robotics
September 02, 2011

Tracking the movements of sharks may become a bit easier soon thanks to a project involving students and faculty from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and CSU Long Beach.

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