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About the Board Members

The More than a Motto: Learn by Doing at Cal Poly team developed an Advisory Board to serve as a sounding board for all aspects of the project. The Advisory Board includes the following representatives: 

Advisory Board Member Campus Role Years of Board Service
Phil Bailey

Dean, College of Science and Mathematics

2013-Present
Jason Colombini

Student Representative & former President

ASI Programs and Government Affairs Associated Students, Inc.

2013-2014
Anna Gold

former Dean of Library Services

Robert E. Kennedy Library

2013-2016
Jeff Hess

former Associate Vice President

Marketing and Communications

University Advancement

2014-2016
Keith Humphrey

Vice President

Student Affairs

2013-Present
Lori Jordan

Alumni representative & Director Student Innovation Programs 

Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2013-Present
Robert D. Koob

Community representative & former Provost

California Polytechnic State University

2013-Present
Debra Larson

former Dean

College of Engineering

2013-2014
Jose Macedo

Professor and former Department Chair

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

College of Engineering

2014-Present
Mary Pedersen

Senior Vice Provost

Academic Programs and Planning

2013-Present
Royaa Silver

Assistant Vice President

Creative Services, University Marketing

2013-2014
Dustin Stegner

Academic Senate Designee & Professor

English Department

College of Liberal Arts

2013-Present
Joi Sullivan

Student Representative & former President,

ASI Programs and Government Affairs, Associated Students, Inc.

2014-2016

The More than a Motto: Learn by Doing at Cal Poly team also established an Editorial Board, who consulted on Case Study selections and serve as ambassadors of the project. The Editorial Board includes the following representatives: 

Editorial Board Member Campus Role Years of Board Service
Tim Archie

former Director, Assessment and Research

Student Affairs

2015-2016
Kellie Green Hall

Associate Dean

College of Science and Mathematics

2015-Present
Amy Hewes

Director of Marketing and Communications

College of Engineering

2015-Present
Lori Jordan

Director, Student Innovation Programs Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2015-Present
Karen Lauritsen

former Administrative Analyst

Graduate Programs 

Orfalea College of Business

2015-2016
Matthew Luskey

former Writing Instruction Specialist

Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology

2015-2016
Jose Navarro

Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies  

College of Liberal Arts

2015-Present
Clare J. Olsen

Assistant Professor, Architecture

College of Architecture & Environmental Design

2015-Present
Dana Ospina

Open Content & Digital Publishing Librarian

Robert E. Kennedy Library

2015-Present
Mark Shelton

Professor, Emeritus

Horticulture and Crop Science Department College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences

2015-Present
Royaa Silver

Assistant Vice President

Creative Services, University Marketing

2015-Present
Joi Sullivan

former President

ASI Programs and Government Affairs  Associated Students, Inc

2015-2016

 

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Congratulations to the 2017 Learn by Doing Scholar Award recipients, Lynn Metcalf and Catherine Waitinas! 

Learn more.

Signature Book

Get your copy of the special edition More than a Motto book that celebrates Cal Poly's unique institutional identity today! 

Copies are available for purchase at Cal Poly University Store and Cal Poly Downtown. Online sales are available here.  

Upcoming Events


November 3, 2017
Learn by Doing at Cal Poly
campuswide conference during 
Homecoming Weekend!

Download the conference program.


 

Campus Conference

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are encouraged to attend the 2017 campus conference to be held on November 3, 2017, in partnership with Kennedy Library and in concert with Homecoming weekend.

Review the full conference schedule, and click here to register for sessions.