"#"


Recent News

Photo of Andrew Goodwin

Faculty Member Receives Sklarek Humanitarian Award

Feb 9, 2018


SAN LUIS OBISPO — A Cal Poly faculty member and architect has been recognized for making significant humanitarian contributions to society by the American Institute of Architects, California Council.

Andrew Goodwin, who teaches architecture in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) and owns the San Luis Obispo-based design consultancy firm Andrew Goodwin Designs, was named a 2017 recipient of the Norma Sklarek Award.

DesignIntelligence ranks Cal Poly LA Program 4th in Nation and Best in West

Oct 5, 2017


SAN LUIS OBISPO — The DesignIntelligence (DI) 2017-18 rankings placed Cal Poly's landscape architecture program fourth among the top 20 undergraduate programs in the nation, maintaining its spot as a top ten undergraduate landscape architecture program for the past eight years. The survey also once again ranked Cal Poly "Best in the West." Cal Poly's landscape architecture program has been rated as the top program in the 13-state western region every year since 2005, when the DesignIntelligence survey first began ranking public and private landscape architecture degree programs.

Mark Cabrinha

Mark Cabrinha Appointed the New Associate Dean

May 22, 2017


Mark Cabrinha has been appointed the new associate dean for academic affairs in the CAED. Mark’s responsibilities will include overseeing student and curricular affairs, coordinating diversity and inclusion programs, and working closely with the dean and associate dean for administration to further the mission of the college. As an alumnus of the college, Mark looks to this opportunity to be an advocate for the students and faculty in support of the college’s multi-disciplinary engagement in the built environment.  He will also continue his involvement in the integrated design curriculum in architecture teaching part-time.

CRP 553 Studio: Ventura Wellness District Urban Design Plan Wins Award

May 3, 2017


The Spring 2016 CRP 553 studios have won an APA California Award for the Ventura Wellness District Urban Design Plan. The award will be presented at the Awards Ceremony in Santa Barbara on Saturday, April 29,2017.

Cal Poly Professor is Recognized for Disaster Science in Chile

Apr 26, 2017


This past April 12th, the Chilean Research Center for Integrated Disaster Risk Research (CIGIDEN) recognized William Simbieda’s contribution to the advancement of Disaster Science in Chile. CIGIDEN is Chile's leading center of excellence related to multidisciplinary disaster research. This award reflects William’s service as an International Advisor to CIGIDEN as well as his mentorship of Investigators working in the area of urban management, planning and public policy.

Alumnus Encounters I.M. Pei

Apr 26, 2017


I.M. Pei, lengenday architect, founder of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, and creator of the famed pyramid at the Louvre museum, unexpectedly arrived as the first guest at the Villa Punto de Vista in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. The newly completed luxury rental villa was designed and co-founded by Cal Poly CAED Architecture Alumni, David Konwiser. David was able to sit down and talk with I.M. Pei.

Continue reading Alumnus Encounters I.M. Pei...

CAED Architecture student and 2016 graduate receives the "Student Cote Top Ten Award" from the AIA

Apr 24, 2017


In order to prepare today’s architecture students for the rapidly changing world, the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment (AIA COTE) partnered with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) to host the second annual AIA COTE Top Ten for Students. This competition awards ten studio projects that integrate ten measures of design:

Cal Poly Named Top Producer of Faculty Fulbright Scholars Among Nation’s Public and Private Master’s Universities and Colleges

Apr 12, 2017


(LEFT) Thomas Jones

Five professors are spending at least a quarter at colleges in Italy, Morocco, Peru and the United Kingdom during the 2016-17 academic year.

SAN LUIS OBISPO — Cal Poly has been named a top producer of U.S. Fulbright scholars for the 2016-17 academic year by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Five faculty members, including three multi-year recipients, received Fulbright grants — more than any other public or private masters-level university in the nation.

Cal Poly’s Fulbright scholars represent four of the university’s six colleges: John Battenburg, a three-time Fulbright award winner in the College of Liberal Arts; Chris Carr, a four-time Fulbright scholar from the Orfalea College of Business; R. Thomas Jones of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design; and, from the College of Engineering, Zachary Peterson and three-time Fulbright scholar Jose Macedo.

Cal Poly Construction Management Students Dominate National Competition with Wins in Four Categories

Apr 5, 2017


SAN LUIS OBISPO — Cal Poly construction management students ranked highly at the recent 30th annual Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 6 and 7 competition in Reno, Nevada. 

Four of 12 Cal Poly teams brought home trophies Feb. 11, including a first-place win in the Commercial category. Cal Poly placed second in the Concrete Solutions, Sustainability, and Mechanical Systems categories.

The competition challenged teams of six students to solve real-life construction management problems in nine categories. Teams were given 18 hours to create and present deliverables to a panel of industry experts, included modeling, estimating, scheduling and site logistics. The competition drew 182 teams from 45 universities.

Interdisciplinary Cal Poly Team Ranks High at Construction Management Competition

Feb 7, 2017


SAN LUIS OBISPO — The student chapter of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) at Cal Poly was awarded third place in the four-year college category of the NAHB Residential Construction Management Competition January 11.

Sixty teams representing universities, community colleges, high schools and career technical schools across the U.S. participated in the annual competition at the 2017 NAHB International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Florida. It challenged students to solve a real-life construction management problem to develop a 32-acre parcel of land by determining costs, scheduling, marketing, the design of the homes, and a feasibility analysis for the project.  In front of an audience of peers, this solution was presented to an investment committee who judged the student proposals.

Pages

Related Content

 

Giving to the CAED

CSI President with ARCE students

More on CAED support

CAED Connections

Connections Magazine 2019

Connections Magazine

Hearst Lecture Series

Spring Quarter speaker schedule coming soon.

Spring Quarter speaker schedule coming soon.

Click for Calendar