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In fall 2017, a team of Cal Poly students and faculty braved the harsh conditions of Antarctica for a 10-week research expedition…

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One Cal Poly professor is dedicated to innovating the way classrooms operate, and his efforts have not gone unnoticed. Mathematics…

October 15, 2017

When huge fires started to tear across Northern California, many Cal Poly students jumped into action. For some, the disaster…

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EDITOR’S DESK
You'd think it would be hard to put together a university magazine during the quiet summer months. Fortunately for this editor, Learn by Doing is year-round.
Online Exclusives
Answer a few questions and we'll help you figure out the best way to spend your Homecoming weekend.
Community Stories
Alumnus Ben Rose on the upsides and challenges of running a business from a world away
Community Stories
When Hurricane Irma struck the Florida Keys this fall, alumnus John Stuart was prepared to help lead the recovery.
Online Exclusives
This summer, a group of Cal Poly students traveled to South Africa to help create opportunities for students in Cape Town's poorest neighborhoods.
Cal Poly News
You can build a parking lot out of it — but can you make it float? A team of Cal Poly students won a national title with their solution to this engineering challenge.
Cal Poly News
Every summer, high school students spend four weeks at Cal Poly diving into their dream careers to find out if they have what it takes.
Questions & Answers
Cal Poly's first vice president for diversity and inclusion on building a welcoming community where everyone can thrive.
IN THE MEDIA
A new botanical discovery by biology professor Matt Ritter caught the attention of the Los Angeles Times.
Cal Poly News
A team of Cal Poly students proved you can take the farmer off the farm — and won a $15,000 prize in the process.
Questions & Answers
In books and on a popular podcast, English professor Todd Pierce uncovers the hidden history behind Disney animation and theme parks.
Cal Poly News
This summer, Cal Poly students working in the Mediterranean developed technology of the future to uncover a relic of the past.
Cal Poly News
A prestigious architecture award, combining professional opinion and user feedback, is honoring Cal Poly's newest building.
Cal Poly News
Despite cloudy conditions, the SLO community came together at Cal Poly this summer to turn their eyes to the skies.
How I Learn by Doing
Video
Sometimes a little pain can lead to a great business idea — and an invaluable Learn by Doing opportunity.
The Mustang Report
Peyton Bilo advanced to the NCAA finals by six-thousandths of a second, but she had done so with only one shoe.
Alumni
As head of talent management for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Michelle (Reimers) Roth is looking for people whose curiosity is out of this world.
Cal Poly News
Video
Meet the Dean who just became the new dean of the College of Science and Mathematics.
Cal Poly News
Cal Poly students are bringing a whimsical new design to their 70th entry in the Tournament of Roses Parade.
Spaces
Deep within Fisher Science Hall, a collection of animal specimens bring biological studies to ... well, not life exactly, but you know what we mean.
The Big Picture
Bioresource and agricultural engineering professor Peter Livingston has the cutest side job you've ever "herd" of.
Legacy
Father and son Mike and David Chellsen share a perspective on what it takes to be a Cal Poly student-athlete.
Last Word
President Jeffrey D. Armstrong on Cal Poly's role and responsibility in impacting life on the Central Coast.
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