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LAES 301 Project Based Learning now offered Winter, Spring and Fall 2015

LAES 301 Class Offers Interdisciplinary Learning

Engineering and Art unite in this intro to interdisciplinary study and team design. The class is open to ALL non-freshman majors.

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LAES Fall 2014 Graduates

CONGRATULATIONS to our Fall 2014 Grads!

Pictured from left with LAES Co-Directors: Charles Duong, Alex Horton, Jack Bowen, Kamryn Fall, and Anika Morris.

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LAES Spring 2014 Graduates

CONGRATULATIONS to our Spring 2014 Grads!

Pictured from left: Tyler Durkin, Andrew Webber, Ethan Lockwood, Jeffrey Cabanez, Brandon Kuhr, and Oliver Adams.

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LAES expands PolyXpress mobile storytelling app project.

Creative Engineers Need Apply.

LAES teams with ARCH to produce structure for SLO Mini Maker Faire.

2014 Hackathon Promotes Student Entrepreneurship, Innovation.

ASEE Session Focuses on Multidisciplinary Learning.

LAES 301 Class

Engineering and Art unite in LAES 301 project-based introductory course.

The class is open to all second year and above Cal Poly majors and provides innovative hands-on work, in a team setting, for real-life projects.

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The B.A. degree program in Liberal Arts and Engineering Studies (LAES) is jointly offered by the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Engineering.

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The program prepares students for a wide range of innovative careers in emerging professional fields that combine skills and interests in the arts, technology, and culture.

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Please help LAES continue to provide quality interdisciplinary education for our students.

Your gifts will help foster this unique program and extend its impact by enabling more students to collaborate with each other and faculty, in innovative ways, in the area of expressive and emerging technologies.

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