Fall 2020 IME Updates
IME Advising Week
Virtual advising week topics you get information about
Scheduling and advice for selecting classes
Getting involved in IME clubs and organizations
Graduate school advising
Topic: IME Advising Week - October 29 9-10am
Time: Oct 29, 2020 09:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Topic: IME Advising Week - October 30 2-3pm
Time: Oct 30, 2020 02:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
"IME Course Offering 20-21 revised - Take a look"
The 2020-2021 Course Offering list has been updated. Please use the list located on the Home Page, (Lower right-hand corner or under Academics/Undergraduate Curriculum) to consider planning your registration for Winter 2021 and Spring 2021 quarters
IME 305 - Offering single section only winter 2021
IME 315 - Offering single sections only winter & spring 2
IME 401 - Canceled spring 2021 offering (Technical Elective)
IME 409 - Canceled spring 2021 offering
IME 443 - Offering a single section only spring 2021
IME 458 - Canceled spring 2021 offering
*IME 470/471 - Offer single section winter 2021,
Special Topics, "IIoT" (Technical Elective)
*IME 471 - Offer single section spring 2021,
Special Topics, "Change Management" (Technical Elective)
*If you took a prior IME 470 or IME 471 you may take these courses as well, since they are a different topic.
CENG Statements of Solidarity
Dear Engineering Community, It is important for us to acknowledge the heartache, anger and sorrow that many of you, your families or other loved ones are feeling due to the recent killings of George Floyd and so many others in…
The IME Department stands with the Cal Poly College of Engineering in our commitment to addressing and instituting an educational system based in social justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. While we work on related issues in faculty and staff hiring and retention, student recruitment and success, classroom equity and inclusion, and fair access to educational resources and opportunities, please share your experiences, ideas, or suggestions to email@example.com.
Support for Student's Basic Needs
27% of Cal Poly students experience food insecurity, or inadequate access to food. 12% experience homelessness. These challenges are common among college students and they lead to severe consequences for physical, mental, and academic wellbeing. If you or someone you know is having difficulty accessing basic needs like enough healthy food or stable housing, please know that our campus offers a number of free and effective resources. Visit www.basicneeds.calpoly.edu for more information or let me know and I will gladly help you access resources.