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Titans’ Work on Display at National Computer Graphics Conference

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Almost 40 students from the College of the Arts will showcase their work at the annual computer graphics and interactive techniques conference in Los Angeles.

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

This Summer Camp at Cal State Fullerton Teaches Kids to Build Robots and Circuits

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Kids, ages 7-10, are learning engineering such concepts as robotics, visual programming and basic electrical circuits in a University Extended Education course developed and taught by Kiran George, professor of computer engineering.

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CSUF Response to Arbitration Outcome for Lecturer

University issues statement regarding arbitration outcome for Eric Canin.

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TD Ameritrade Grant Awarded to CSUF Financial Planning Program

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David Nanigian, associate professor of finance; business administration major Saba Afridi; and Tuffy Titan visit Wall Street.

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Little Engineers Learn About Robotics and Electronics

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A new summer program introduced children to robotics, circuits and virtual programming to spark an interest in engineering and other STEM fields.

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

Rare Book Opens CSUF Students’ Eyes to Birds Around Them

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A donated book on birds, published in the early 1800s, is utilized by students to help identify species of birds that are still living in Orange County.

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

Can Compassion Lead to Altruism? CSUF Professor Travels to India to Find Out

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Nawang Phuntsog, associate professor of elementary and bilingual education, is examining “compassionate schooling” in India this summer.

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The Power of Perseverance

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Twenty years ago, a strong mentor and friend entered CSUF alum Dan Huckabay’s life when he needed it most. Because of that relationship and his own dogged perseverance, Huckabay now owns the company where he worked summers in high school.

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Young Engineers Test Knowledge in Building Spaghetti Bridges

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High school students in this summer's Engineering Innovation program will put their engineering skills to the test in the July 21 Spaghetti Bridge contest to see how much weight their design can hold.

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Puerto Rico Study Program Life-Changing Experience for Students

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Sixteen students from across disciplines spent two weeks in June in Puerto Rico, where they became immersed in the educational, social and health needs of the island population, and gained experience working for social change.

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For Faculty & Staff

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In Memoriam — Jean A. Barrett

The professor emeritus of physical education was instrumental in developing CSUF's physical education teacher preparation program; sport psychology curriculum; and women's basketball, golf, volleyball and tennis teams.

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Tenure and Promotions Announced

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The tenure and/or promotion of 57 faculty members has been announced by the Office of Faculty Affairs and Records.

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Campus Authors' Works Featured in Magazines and Journals

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Campus members have served as guest editors and co-authors of recent published works.

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Emeriti Honors for Long-Serving Faculty Members

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CSUF recently recognized eight faculty members who have taught classes and served the campus community for periods ranging from 17 to 30 years.

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 Last Published 10/17/16