News for August 2015

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Cal Poly Computer Science Degree Pays Off
August 28, 2015

In terms of its graduates' earning potential, Cal Poly is one of the top computer science schools in the U.S., according to a new report from compensation specialist PayScale.

Cal Poly Researchers Map Shipwrecks with Underwater Robots
August 27, 2015

An innovative research team from Cal Poly and Harvey Mudd College is heading to Malta to deploy underwater robots to help map coastal shipwrecks and develop new technology for marine archaeology.

Puma Unmanned Aircraft Touches Down at Cal Poly
August 15, 2015

The gift of a Puma AE (All Environment) unmanned aircraft system (UAS) landed at Cal Poly on Aug. 13 when officials from AeroVironment Inc. presented the small plane to the College of Engineering. Among the hand-launched UAS' features is its capability to land on either land or water.

Blakeslee to Keynote California Technology Forum
August 04, 2015

Former State Sen. Sam Blakeslee, founding director of the Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy (IATPP) at Cal Poly, will keynote the 2015 California Technology Forum on Aug. 13 in Sacramento.

Engineering Ingenuity Gets Boost in Summer Program for Startups
August 01, 2015

Engineering ingenuity figured prominently in this year's SLO HotHouse Summer Accelerator program. The intense 13-week program, offered through Cal Poly's Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CIE), is aimed at helping new ventures succeed.

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