Articles Tagged With ‘Cal Poly Administration’




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State audit slams Cal Poly for management pay and hiring

An audit of the California State University system singles out Cal Poly several times over its practices of hiring unnecessary management personnel and increasing their pay, sometimes in violation of state regulations and CSU policy. At the request of the... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly offering more transgender housing

Transgender students and their supporters can now live together starting the moment they arrive on the Cal Poly campus. By expanding the university’s transgender housing program, Cal Poly officials met one of the demands issued by a protest group that... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly students again angered by plan to develop farmland

For the second time in the span of a year, Cal Poly agriculture students are protesting a university plan to develop farmland. The new proposal targets land where cattle graze, and it has angered dairy science students. Last June, a... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly gives TV deal to president’s friend

By KAREN VELIE (Editor’s note: In the interest of transparency, readers should know that Cal Coast News editor Bill Loving is a tenured professor in the journalism department at Cal Poly. A recording of an interview with Cal Poly President... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly admits miscalculating administrator pay

Cal Poly officials have admitted to miscalculating administrator pay in a report released last month. University officials initially said administrator pay decreased last year, but it actually increased, according to Cal Poly’s new figures. [Tribune] In February, Cal Poly released... (Continue reading)

Diversity group, Cal Poly president march together

Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong marched Thursday alongside a student group threatening his job. Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and supporters marched in solidarity with the cause “Cal Poly is no place for hate,” according to the university. Matt Klepfer,... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly diversity leader gets death threat

The organizer of a new Cal Poly student group calling for diversity and inclusivity on campus received a death threat. [KSBY] On Monday, the SLO Solidarity sent a list of 41 demands to Cal Poly administrators. Group organizer Matt Klepfer... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly president may get pay raise

Cal State University trustees are considering a new pay agreement that would boost Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong’s salary, which already exceeds $350,000. [Press Telegram] On Tuesday, Cal State trustees will decide whether to grant 2 percent raises to campus... (Continue reading)

Applaud Armstrong for preserving Ag land

OPINION By WYATT BROWN On Friday, President Jeffrey Armstrong of Cal Poly wrote to the faculty to address them at the end of the academic year and to update them on specific issues that had been at the forefront spring... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly scraps plan to build on farmland

Following public outcry, Cal Poly announced it has dropped a plan to develop farmland that agriculture students use as classrooms. As part of the university’s master plan update, Cal Poly officials were considering building housing, hotels and a convention center... (Continue reading)



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