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CAED Connections Magazine Goes Digital!


Welcome to our first online edition of Connections! This new format, which replaces our annual printed magazine, will share more frequent quarterly updates about life in Cal Poly's College of Architecture and Environmental Design and its impact across the built environment.

Please help us continue to provide Connections to the CAED community by forwarding this inaugural edition to your fellow alumni and friends. Readers can subscribe or change their preferred email addresses by clicking here.

Christine Theodoropoulos
Dean, College of Architecture and Environmental Design

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In this Issue...

 Leading when the earth shakes

Leading When the Earth Shakes

The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute helps develop and nurture leaders both nationally and at Cal Poly.

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Leaders of Tomorrow

CAED students speak about the role Cal Poly played in the development of their leadership skills.

Seeing the Whole Picture

Honored alumnus Donna Clandening says that the broad education she received at Cal Poly has been the key to a successful career. Now she’s working to pass it on.

Leaving a Sustainable Legacy

Kevin Yost believed in a sustainable future for urban transportation. A new scholarship endowment in his honor will support City and Regional Planning  and engineering students in making that future a reality.

Alumni Updates

See what fellow CAED alumni have been up to since their Cal Poly days.

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