California Polytechnic State University is an educational institution that offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. It offers degrees in the fields of agriculture, business, arts, science, architecture and environmental design, and engineering. The institution was formerly known as California State Polytechnic College and changed its name to California Polytechnic State University in 1972. It was founded in 1901 and is based in San Luis Obispo, California. California Polytechnic State University is a part of California State University.
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Founded in 1901
California Polytechnic State University Appoints Juanita M. Holler as Associate Vice President for Facilities Management and Development, Effective September 1, 2015
Jun 24 15
Juanita M. Holler, associate vice chancellor for facilities and campus services, has been appointed associate vice president for facilities management and development at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, effective September 1, 2015. Holler will serve as Cal Poly's executive facilities officer, representing the campus in dealings with the California State University system, elected officials, and local, state and federal agencies for all facility matters. She will be responsible for all campus planning, programming, design, construction and infrastructure and for the physical operation and maintenance of the campus. She will also be developing policies and processes that inform the planning of new facilities and development of the campus built environment including the stewardship of campus physical resources. Holler has served as associate vice chancellor since 2008, overseeing Physical Plant, Campus Planning, Design and Construction, Administrative Services and Transportation Services. She came to campus with 33 years of experience in programming, planning, design and construction, facilities management, and operations and maintenance of federal facilities. A registered architect in several states, she began her career at NIH in Bethesda, Md., where she spent six years. She then went on to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., where she spent five years as chief of the master planning branch. In 1984, she returned to NIH, where she held a variety of positions. Holler was also acting director of NIH's office of research facilities development and operations in 2005-06.
Cal Poly Announces Management Appointments
Apr 8 14
Gerald Holmes and Kelly Ivors have been named to head research and development efforts at the new Strawberry Sustainability Research and Education Center at Cal Poly. In his new role, Holmes will provide overall strategic leadership to the center, working collaboratively with both farmers and academia. He has deep industry and academic experience in plant pathology and most recently worked at Valent U.S.A. Corp. developing fungicides. Ivors will focus her research for the Strawberry Sustainability Research and Education Center primarily on soil-borne plant pathogens in commercial strawberry production. She came to Cal Poly from North Carolina State University (NCSU), where she was an associate professor and extension plant pathologist stationed at the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research & Extension Center near Asheville, N.C.