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  • David Becker - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Home David Becker David Becker Applied Saxophone Davidson Music Center Room 129 805 756 2406 dabecker calpoly edu Dave Becker earned a master s degree in music education from the University of Florida Gainesville He previously taught at Cuesta Community College in applied music and audio technology University of Florida in jazz big band arranging and applied music Becker has performed with Gordon Goodwin Eric Marienthal Sal Lozano Andy Martin

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/faculty/becker.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Donors - 2009 Spring Newsletter - Music Department - Cal Poly
    Winners Faculty Activities Spring Events SLO Winds Rely on Cal Poly Davies Celebrates Silver Johnson Receives Award Soundboard Newsletter 2009 Spring Donors Donors Please consider a donation to the Music Department October 2008 February 2009 indicates previously donated indicates donation of 200 or more Charles Karen Adamson Linda Ashworth Susan Charles Atlee Larry Baer Stephanie Klein Jim Lyn Baker Lawrence Susan Balthasar Antonio Greg Barata David Mary Beatie Irelle Beatie Susan Beatie Jennifer Beck Carol Raymond Boche Janet Bortins David Lois Bruns Robert Grete Burgoon Vincent Carlone Willard Dorothy Cole Judy Christopher Donner James Mary Eckart Yvonne John Edmisten Donald Frances Eggen Karen Michael Eshoff Mark Phyllis Evans Gerald Farrell Jr Debbie Fratkin Joanna Frawley John Mary Frey Friends of Deran Koligian Duejean Bob Garrett Coralee James Gaytan Roy Jane Gersten Timothy Sharon Groff Doris Hallowitz Debra Arthur Hansen Mary Kay Harrington Thomas Brajkovich Bertha Max Helf Linda Thomas Hurd Janice John Hurlburt Mary Elliott James Louise Justice Jason Kneebone Ophelia Alan Kort Cynthia Ralf Krutein Lyndsey Krutein Charles McDowell Linda Werner Joan McDowell Christopher McNichols Emily Paul Miller Michael Osborn Perry Rivera Bianca Rosenthal Dennis Sharon Schneider Steven Sfarzo Madeleine David Shaw Jan Simek Judy Lang Patricia Skinner Moon

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Emu/newsletter/09spring/donors.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Technology Park Tenancy - Research and Economic Development - Cal Poly
    affordable facilities Market rate leasing costs Access to usability test facilities rapid prototyping laboratories and other university resources Bandwidth Cal Poly students faculty and staff enjoy high bandwidth connectivity and extensive networked access via statewide national and global educational networks Cal Poly is also a member of the Internet 2 consortium which is working to create a leading edge network capability for the national research community The Cal Poly Technology Park provides numerous benefits for the surrounding community and the university itself For the Community Attraction of clean non polluting technology industries to San Luis Obispo County and the Central Coast Planned rational economic development in partnership with government and local development organizations Increased employment opportunities with higher paying more intellectually stimulating jobs Increased revenues for local businesses particularly in areas such as retail real estate entertainment and hospitality For Cal Poly Expanded opportunities for faculty development Improved faculty retention and recruiting particularly in fields with high private sector demand Real world educational opportunities for Cal Poly students building on Cal Poly s learn by doing focus New funding from grants and contracts Transfer of knowledge and expertise to the University Commercialization of University intellectual property Frequently Asked Questions What resources will be available to companies in the technology park If my company is a tenant or partner in the technology park will the University claim rights to intellectual property developed there Will the technology park house a start up business incubator What kind of bandwidth is and will become available on campus and to partners in the technology park Will companies in the technology park have access to government grants Will the technology park focus on a particular industry sector How much space will be available Who should I contact for more information What resources will be available to companies in the technology park The extensive resources available to Technology Park tenants include Right sized affordable facilities and market rate leasing costs Opportunities to collaborate with world class Cal Poly faculty who have a strong focus on applied research and an interest in collaborating with industry Relationship manager to help identify highly qualified student part time and temporary workers interns and future employees Access to a network of local business professionals to assist companies in locating investors financing and business services and basic business functions such as accounting and human resources Shared support facilities conferencing Access to campus services fee based for IT support graphic design copy and printing web design and hosting and catering Access to usability test facilities rapid prototyping laboratories and other university resources fee based Access to specialized university facilities benefits companies in several industries Companies who need to perform rapid prototyping or design for manufacturability can take advantage of Cal Poly resources such as the Guidant Rapid Prototyping Laboratory Companies developing Java based applications can make use of the Cal Poly Java Center Projects Lab established by a cooperative effort between Cal Poly and Sun Microsystems In addition to supporting courses in Java programming

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~research/techpark_tenancy.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Support - Music Department - Cal Poly
    our giving form Mail the form and check to Cal Poly College of Liberal Arts Office of Advancement One Grand Ave 47 31 San Luis Obispo CA 93407 0320 To learn more about the needs of Cal Poly and how you can help contact David Cohune Assistant Dean for Advancement 805 756 7056 More Funds To make an online donation to the following please go to Cal Poly s online giving page Under Enter name or number for fund not listed online enter any of the fund names listed below Scholarships Awards and Additional Funds Scholarships Scholarships Available to Students Scholarship Name Scholarship Intent M and H Bender Scholarship for students studying music Greg and Jane Hind Scholarship for students studying music Janet Lee Memorial Scholarship for students studying music Astrid and Craig Russell Scholarship for students studying music Vard Mildred P Shepard Memorial Scholarship for students studying music Clifton Elroy and Pauline Thompson Swanson Scholarship for students studying music Carolyn and Larry Voss Music Scholarship for students studying music Music Faculty Scholarships for students active in the music program Alice Parks Nelson Scholarship for students studying piano Cal Poly Band Scholarship for students in the band program Collegians Jazz Scholarship for students studying jazz Russell Cummings Engineering Music Minor Scholarship for College of Engineering majors minoring in music Martha Michel Music Scholarship for students studying wind brass or percussion Ann and Gordon Getty Scholarship for students in the orchestra chamber music programs Barbara M Jones Music Scholarship for students in choral program Lowe Family Mustang Band Scholarship for students in marching band Lucian Morrison Scholarship for students studying to be public school instrumental teachers Virginia Polin Vocal Scholarship for students studying voice Harold P and Rosalie Davidson Memorial Music Scholarship for students studying music String Music Scholarship Endowment for

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~mu/support/ (2016-02-13)
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