After completing his collegiate studies amid a whirlwind of achievements and controversy, Amman Asfaw began a list of his proudest accomplishments at Cal Poly. The first item he wrote was, “I stayed
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Reymil Fernandez lit up the first time he encountered the Human Motion Biomechanics Laboratory. “When I first walked into that lab, I looked like a happy child,” he recalled. “A happy child
A live Q&A with astronaut Victor Glover in space was one of several highlights that helped Cal Poly’s National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) earn recognition as Small National Chapter of the
Farah Al-Nakib is an assistant professor of history, specializing in the modern Middle East. Al-Nakib is reaching out to fellow faculty and staff who identify as being of SWANA descent. SWANA describes the
The College of Engineering stands with the entire university in condemning acts of violence and hatred
There are no words to capture the collective pain and outrage caused by the recent murders in Atlanta and other acts of racism, oppression and injustice that have occurred. We are committed