The purpose of the Baker and Koob Endowments is to support hands-on, project-based learning opportunities for individual students and groups at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Because of their similar purpose, distributions of the two endowments will be pooled and used to fund multiple student projects via a competitive process that utilizes a single application. Fundable projects include, but are not limited to, student support, student and faculty travel, student and faculty expenses associated with participation in student research, group projects, conferences, competitions, and equipment and materials related to student research. The use of funds is not restricted to a specific major or college, but rather is intended to support multi-disciplinary, cross-college collaborative Learn by Doing activities. In addition, the Koob Endowment seeks to support students with financial need.

For more information, please visit http://provost.calpoly.edu/endowments.

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Awarded Projects from 2017

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Team 35 - Maize Mill, Jose Delgado, Chad Steese, and Wes Curtis

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Pedal-Powered Drivetrain System, Callaghan Fenerty, Geremy Patterson, and Bradley Welch

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Cal Poly Compost Chomper, Anthony Jungquist, Cory Parmenter, and Joe McGill

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Development and Prototyping of a Smart Wireless Tournament Scale and Supporting Long Range Mesh RF Network, Kye Miranda and Johan Eide

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Inclusive Lectern II, Pedro Mogollon and Joanna Moraza

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Cal Poly agBOT 2017 Challenge Autonomous Corn Seeding Tractor, Charlie Ross, Nate McCarthy, Dillon Beatty, Austin Della, Matt Valentine, Ryan Vyenielo, and Caleb Fink