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Sustainability Best Practices Recognized

Fifteen California universities, including Cal State Fullerton, will be recognized with California Higher Education Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Best Practices Awards during a July 20-24 program.

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Cuban Student Exchanges to Begin

Cal State Fullerton is launching an exchange program with the University of Havana that will enable students from the two countries to travel and study between the two campuses.

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CSUF Hosts Special Olympics Athletes, Coaches

Special athletes and their coaches from five countries will be staying on campus in July as they compete in the Special Olympics World Games.

Orange County Register

Another Oarfish for Research

Not many people were more thrilled than Misty Paig-Tran was when she heard that the remains of the 14-foot-long oarfish found off Santa Catalina Island on June 1 would head to Cal State Fullerton for dissection, the second oarfish brought to CSUF to be studied by faculty and students.

The Costs of Drunk Driving

In addition to the loss of human life, the government estimates that drunk driving costs Americans nearly $60 billion per year in economic losses. William D. Marelich, a Cal State Fullerton professor of psychology, provided a question and answer session for this article.

Orange County Register

Father-Son Watched the Titans in Omaha

Before arriving in Orange County, Tyler Peitzmeier, 22, grew up in Nebraska's largest city, knowing the College World Series is every year’s biggest showcase, part American pastime, part Omaha showtime and part baseball stock show.

OC Weekly

Confederate Flag Flies for Laguna Exhibit

Flags fly in Laguna Beach starting Saturday--if by "battle flags" you mean "images of the Confederate flag in two paintings" and by "Laguna Beach" you mean "Laguna Art Museum" and by "flying" you meaning "hanging on walls." G. Ray Kerciu: Mississippi Goddamn

Los Angeles Times

Confederate Flag Art in Laguna Exhibit

A pair of Confederate flag paintings that Southern California artist G. Ray Kerciu created in response to the racially charged atmosphere at the University of Mississippi during the 1960s are set to go on display Saturday at the Laguna Art Museum.

Orange County Register

Mildred García: Baseball Shows Titan Spirit

It is no secret that Titan baseball encountered many obstacles this season, but their success, which culminated in the university’s 17th appearance in the College World Series last week, was only “improbable” to those outside our campus community – non-Titans who aren't familiar with our students’ drive to succeed in the face of unprecedented adversity.

Orange County Register

Equestrian Club Exec Rides to Glory

Riding horses isn’t just a hobby to Danielle Forester; it’s the source of her drive. It’s the motivation she needs to train rigorously week after week. It’s the activity she wakes up every morning excited for. It’s the last thing she thinks about before going to sleep every night.

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In Memoriam — Charles F. Williams

Charles F. Williams, associate professor emeritus of teacher education, died in April 29. He was 89 years old.

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Faculty Teach Geobiology Course

An interdisciplinary group of doctoral students from around the world is at Cal State Fullerton this week as part of an intensive field- and laboratory-based summer course, taught by CSUF science faculty Hope Johnson and Sean Loyd.

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Campus Supports Research Endeavors

Thirty-eight faculty members have received 2015-16 junior/senior intramural grants in support of projects ranging from food safety training to dual-language programs.

Orange County Register

BRAVO: University Accomplishments

On May 1-2, 10 Cal State Fullerton students competed in the 29th annual California State University Student Research Competition at Cal State San Bernardino. The Titans were up against 260 students, both undergraduate and graduate, from 22 Cal State universities

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Faculty Receive Community and Professional Recognition

Three faculty members have been recognized for service and leadership.

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 Last Published 5/1/15