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Cal Poly team takes second place at National Association of Home Builders competition

Cal Poly NAHB team members are, from left, Stacy Kolegraff (faculty adviser), Eric Martinez, Jeffrey Hammond, Tyler Hall, Alexander Gama, Trevor Nally, Sarah De Los Reyes, Thomas Fuentez, Jeremy Suryadi, Tyler Ingel, Jeffrey Phunmongkol, Carter Jones, Abraham Ahmed and Scott Kelting (faculty adviser).
Cal Poly NAHB team members are, from left, Stacy Kolegraff (faculty adviser), Eric Martinez, Jeffrey Hammond, Tyler Hall, Alexander Gama, Trevor Nally, Sarah De Los Reyes, Thomas Fuentez, Jeremy Suryadi, Tyler Ingel, Jeffrey Phunmongkol, Carter Jones, Abraham Ahmed and Scott Kelting (faculty adviser).

Cal Poly

An interdisciplinary team of Cal Poly students earned second place at the 2018 National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) Residential Construction Management Competition last month in Orlando.

The students, all members of the university’s NAHB student chapter, competed against 33 other university teams, including first-place winner Penn State University, Brigham Young University (third place), and the University of Denver (fourth place).

The NAHB Student Competition charges students with completing a management project/proposal. Proposals are submitted to a group of construction company executives serving as judges. Students defend their proposals to the judges in front of an audience.

San Luis Obispo County

Two local residents have made the Honor Roll at the University of Oklahoma Norman campus for the fall 2017 semester. Kaylee Marie Gibbons of Templeton made the President Honor Roll, and Peter J. Reilly from San Luis Obispo made Honor Roll.

To make the Honor Roll, students must be enrolled full time in at least 12 credit hours and earn a minimum 3.5 grade-point average in most of the school’s colleges. The President Honor Roll designation indicates earning a 4.0 grade-point average.

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