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Company Overview of Cal Poly Corporation
Cal Poly Corporation provides administration management and student assistance services to the campus community. The organization administers research grants; commercial operations such as the campus dining and El Corral bookstore; and managing funding for student enterprise aid-to-instruction programs. Additionally, it supports campus facilities and equipment, fiscal assistance, and administrative services. Cal Poly Corporation, formerly known as California Polytechnic State University Foundation, was founded in 1940 and is based in San Luis Obispo, California. The organization is a part of California Polytechnic State University.
California Polytechnic State University
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
Founded in 1940
Key Executives for Cal Poly Corporation
Associate Executive Director
Director, Secretary, and Treasurer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Cal Poly Corporation Key Developments
Cal Poly Appoints Josephine (Jozi) De Leon as Vice President and Chief Officer for Diversity and Inclusion
Feb 24 17
Cal Poly has named Josephine (Jozi) De Leon as vice president and chief officer for diversity and inclusion. De Leon will serve as the campus leader of inclusivity and diversity initiatives at Cal Poly. In her role, she will report directly to President Jeffrey D. Armstrong and will function as a leading voice on matters of equality, diversity and inclusion. De Leon will start at Cal Poly on July 10, 2017. She currently serves as vice president for equity and inclusion, and is a professor in the Department of Educational Specialties, at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. De Leon will lead the Office of Diversity and Inclusivity (OUD&I), which is responsible for promoting and implementing equity and diversity programs in support of an inclusive working and learning environment. In her role, De Leon will oversee efforts to develop, review and assess the effectiveness of a wide range of diversity and inclusion programs and activities relating to faculty, staff and students. She will serve as a collaborative partner working to engage and educate constituents across campus. Prior to joining the University of New Mexico, De Leon served as the first deputy secretary for Academic Affairs, Planning and Research for the state of New Mexico when the New Mexico Higher Education Department was created in 2005. She oversaw the Educational Equity Division within the department. During her tenure, De Leon helped shape policy to create greater accessibility to higher education for all New Mexico students.
Cal Poly Continues Partnership with U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to Provide Technical Assistance to Irrigation Districts
Oct 22 15
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) has awarded a one-year, $1.1 million contract to Cal Poly's Irrigation Training & Research Center (ITRC) to continue and expand an existing technical assistance program for irrigation districts throughout USBR's mid-Pacific region. The contract spans up to four years, with a total value of $5.8 million. This funding will support vitally needed technical services and provide expert assistance for irrigation district modernization projects in areas with acute water needs across the state. Through the partnership, the ITRC serves as a valuable extension to the in-house expertise of federal and state agencies and irrigation districts. ITRC's qualified senior technical experts and engineers assist these agencies in making proper design and modernization decisions and conduct rapid appraisal process evaluations, which quickly often in two weeks or less determine key indicators of irrigation projects. The ITRC program will target the benefits of direct technical assistance to individual irrigation and/or water districts in the Sacramento Valley and the San Joaquin Valley. A variety of training and technology transfer programs will also be provided. Upon request, the ITRC provides independent expertise for specific water conservation programs for individual irrigation districts in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys. Examples of expertise provided include: Independent reviews of modernization and water management plans; Rapid appraisal process visits to review operation plans and help develop strategies for improved water delivery; Assistance with design and implementation of supervisory control and data acquisition systems, water measurement programs, on-farm irrigation evaluation and scheduling; programs, and other modernization efforts such as improving pumping plant operations, water ordering, and pressure control for improved water and energy management; Development of water balances to identify true water conservation potential and target appropriate activities; and A specialized program of selecting automation algorithms and tuning those algorithms for pump and canal gate automation with upstream, downstream and flow control. The ITRC will continue to contribute resources to irrigation districts that need help designing and implementing irrigation modernization-related projects such as training classes water delivery modernization, flow measurement, and system design and maintenance, to be held both at Cal Poly and at the irrigation districts. As needed, the ITRC will perform special studies for purposes such as identifying water conservation potentials, or understanding cause/effect/solutions for technical problems. Results of programs and research will be published in newsletters and online, and new technologies will be presented and demonstrated to irrigation district personnel and irrigation professionals.
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