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IME Ranked #1 by US News & World Report Second Year in a Row

IME Ranked #1 Second Year In A Row

Cal Poly's Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Program # 1

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Design for Manufacturability with Autodesk

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Ergonomics Laboratory

Learn how people interact with their home and work environments in IME 429!

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Engineers Without Borders, Malawi

Focused on community driven development, Engineers Without Borders member David Wright shares his experience in Malawi.

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The TIMEs Spring edition

Spring IME Newsletter

The new and most importantly, cleverly named T-IME-S spring newsletter features Cal Poly students doing what they know best: innovating.

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Engineering in China Summer, 2018

"I keep finding myself wanting to go back and experience it all over again." Debbie Iwakiri, IE Senior

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Healthcare in IE Panel group

Healthcare In IE Panel

An evening of heathcare professionals sharing how their jobs help improve the healthcare industy

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Fall 2020 IME Updates


IME Virtual Career Fair 

The Virtual Cal Poly SLO IME Career Fair, Fall 2020 Registration is now OPEN!

You must use your CAL POLY EMAIL and only register for each company ONCE (you may only meet with each company one time over the span of the 2 day event). Anyone who does not follow these instructions will be removed from the event.

There are 4 STEPS in order to correctly register:

  1. Fill out the Registration Form on Microsoft Forms
  2. Receive Registration Confirmation Email
  3. Use the Calendly link in the confirmation email to select the company, day, and time for your appointments
  4. Receive Calendly Confirmation Email(s)

To register, click HERE!

As a reminder, the dates are:

  • Tuesday, September 29th from 1-4pm (PST)
  • Wednesday, September 30th from 1-4pm (PST)

Please email Isabella Kew ( with any questions!

Check out the flyer here fore more information & important QR codes!

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