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“Graduates of the [Data Science] minor will really be among the first generation of formally trained data scientists.”
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The world is swimming in big data. The problem is, not many people know what to do with it. Cal Poly is filling that gap with a new cross-disciplinary minor in data science. Students who graduate with the minor will be among the few who can help companies make sense of big data. The program is a ...
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#HappyThanksgiving from #CalPoly's College of Science and Mathematics!
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The answer to the pressing environmental problems of drought and clean energy might come from an unlikely source: the printing press.
The answer to the pressing environmental problems of drought and clean energy might come from an unlikely source: the printing press
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“Last summer was my first real exposure to fieldwork. It gave me a solid idea of what it takes to get a study up and running and what it’s like to collect data that I’m personally interested in. I’m very excited to continue.”
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Watching out for the future of lizards earned biology student Mason Dubois a top finish in the California State University (CSU) Student Research Competition held in April. Dubois placed first in the biological and agricultural sciences division. The competition brings together students from ...
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This Kinesiology Department grad was one of the first two women hired by the Los Angeles Fire Department after a hiring freeze that lasted from 2008 to 2013.
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In 2015, Anh Nguyen (B.S., Kinesiology, 2012; M.S., Kinesiology, 2014) was one of the first two women hired by the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) after a hiring freeze that lasted from 2008 to 2013. In August 2016, she successfully completed her probationary year and received the official ...
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“By supporting outstanding student-faculty research opportunities, we hope to help Cal Poly develop undergraduate science and mathematics programs that are among the best in the nation.” 
One alumni family has given one of the university’s largest gift ever to support undergraduate research opportunities
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“This fellowship not only helps to fund their education but it also provides an opportunity for a paid three-month internship at an EPA research laboratory or other EPA facility to enhance their educational experience with hands on research and gain valuable professional training.”
Biology senior Samantha Bock spent the summer as an intern with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) thanks to a Greater Research Opportunity Fellowship. The $50000 fellowship—one of only 34 that the EPA awarded nationwide—will also support Bock's final year of study at Cal Poly.
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WATCH Statistics Professor Gary Hughes present research at the 2016 NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Symposium.
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“I’m so grateful to have worked with so many wonderful students, faculty and staff members. I’m looking forward to my final year as dean."
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48 years of dedication, contributions for Philip Bailey. Two men laugh together with the ocean in the background Phil Bailey, College of Science and Mathematics dean, left, shares a laugh with former. Cal Poly President Warren J. Baker during the dedication of the Cal Poly Pier in 2001.
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It was a big weekend at the #CalPoly Pier. More than 1,300 people attended the Spring Open House tour. 
The Cal Poly Pier in Avila Beach is home to much of the research done by the Center for Coastal Marine Sciences. ​The pier is a little more than a half-mile long. The next Open House event will take place Fall 2016. More than 1300 people attended the self-guided Open House tour of the Cal Poly ...
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Where science, mathematics, the art of teaching and California's Central Coast intersect.
Introduction
The College of Science and Mathematics engages in the education of all students who arrive on the California Polytechnic State University campus. Our fundamental commitment is to promote their learning, understanding, and appreciation of the disciplines within science, mathematics and education. We prepare our students to lead the workforce, to matriculate in premier graduate programs, and to grapple with and solve the most complicated issues facing society.
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805-756-2226
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805-756-1670
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College of Science and Mathematics Faculty Offices East 229C California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, CA 93407-0400 USA