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Mr. Jordan,
Thanks for your input, but another perspective is that I looked around the room Wednesday, during the SEAOSC Board of Directors meeting, and I did not see any extension (Pomona) students, I did see three SLO ArcE Alums including myself.  This morning I looked at the list of past Boards for both SEAOC and SEAONC and SEAOSC and I identify numerous other SLO ArcE Alums as Past State and Local Association Presidents and at one time not very long ago the Presidents of SEAONC, SEAOSC and SEAOC were all SLO Alums.
Also I would like to note that U.S. News ranked SLO as the No.1 public regional university in the West for the seventh year in a row.  I do not remember even seeing the extension listed.
Makes you think.
Williston "Bill" L. Warren, IV - S.E.
Newport Beach, CA
Cal Poly SLO, CAED ArcE 78
From: Matthew Jordan <MattJ(--nospam--at)>
To: "'seaint(--nospam--at)'" <seaint(--nospam--at)>
Subject: RE: Cal Poly

Matt Boone wrote:

> hello all,
> i am currently a student at Cal Poly.  And jus tot let you all know. there
> is only one Cal Poly.

reply snip<design courses were taught by Don
Breyer,  who's book on wood design is probably going to be one of your text

and don't forget, probably the most common masonry textbook is Reinforced
Masonry Design by Bob Schneider, former head of civil engr. dept. at Cal
Poly Pomona.!
Also SLO began as Cal. Poly. High School and I believe that Pomona issued
it's first bachelors degree before SLO, in about 1943. Both achieved
university status simultaneous in 1972.

So Mr. Boone, always check your figures first !

Matt Jordan S.E.
CP Pomona grad.