A team of Cal Poly civil engineering students took second place at the National Concrete Canoe Competition, held June 19-21 at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown in Johnstown, Penn. This makes the ninth consecutive year that Cal Poly has placed in the top five at the event referred to as the “America’s Cup of Civil Engineering.”
In June, Cal Poly graduated approximately 4,200 men and women who are uniquely prepared to tackle today’s tough challenges. This year, Justine Ramos was highlighted as one of six "Great Grads" who will use the university’s Learn by Doing philosophy to solve complex 21st century problems.
Cal Poly Engineers are Tops at Innovation Competition
June 17, 2014
Cal Poly Engineering students figured prominently among the winning teams and finalists at Cal Poly’s 11th annual Innovation Quest (iQ) competition held Friday, May 16.
WEP is named a model program:
An award-winning collaboration between engineering and graphic communication students at Cal Poly and the University of Munich Applied Sciences produced a waterproof timer designed for rough environments – a surfboard, to be exact.
Cal Poly’s Engineering Student Council presented its outstanding faculty and staff awards at a reception held Saturday, May 31. The annual awards were based on a collegewide student survey and presented by Engineering Student Council president Rob Potter.
Project Expo Featured on YouTube
June 11, 2014
Mustang News reporter Leah Horner went out to the Cal Poly Engineering Expo to check out the senior projects of future engineers.
Jason Cox, a civil engineering graduate student from Fresno, earned a first-place award in the graduate Engineering and Computer Science category at the 28th annual statewide California State University (CSU) Student Research Competition.
Electrical Engineering Professor John Oliver, the director of Cal Poly’s Computer Engineering Program (CPE), will receive the university’s Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award at Fall Conference in October.