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CSUF President: Uphold First Amendment, Yet Challenge Offensive Views Through Civil Discourse and Peaceful Protest

CSUF President advises students to uphold First Amendment rights when challenging offensive protest by engaging in civil discourse and peaceful protest

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CSUF President Invokes University Legacy Against Hate Speech

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In her annual convocation address, President Mildred García spoke of how the university has to walk a fine line between championing free speech and respecting equity and inclusion.

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Welcoming the Newest Class of President’s Scholars

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This fall, 17 President's Scholars are becoming Titans and embarking on bright academic careers.

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Move-In Day for 2,000 Titans

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Cal State Fullerton welcomes students to campus housing.

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Business Workshops Coming to Center for Healthy Neighborhoods

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CSUF's Center for Healthy Neighborhoods and the Small Business Development Center will offer entrepreneurship workshops this fall, with financial support from State Farm.

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Two Businesses by 29: Alumna says Mihaylo MBA is Key to Success

Alumna Sadaf Salout '07, '10 says the advice from John Bradley Jackson, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, continues to inspire her: "You have to be first, best or different."

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Scientists to Help Public in Viewing the Solar Eclipse

CSUF scientists have set up alternatives for those not making the journey to Oregon to watch the solar eclipse.

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Boot Camp for Nursing Students Builds Bonds and Knowledge

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New president of the Nursing Students Association shares how the boot camp for nursing students helps prepare them for success.

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Fullerton Arboretum Exhibit Showcases Korean Pottery

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Fullerton Arboretum brings art exhibit from Fullerton's sister city, Yong-In, South Korea.

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Titan Founders Return for a 'Family Reunion'

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Among those in the audience listening to President Mildred García give her annual convocation address this week were new-to-campus faculty and staff members, campus veterans and a special group: faculty, staff and students who put their faith in the university when it was brand new.

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Recent Appointments Announced

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New and old members of the campus community have been recently named to positions throughout the campus.

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Making Campus Connections Through Books

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Ten years ago, a professor of communications and a librarian, friends and workout buddies, shared a common interest in reading. That interest grew into a book club, a campus mainstay that continues today.

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Employee Wellness Program Combines Exercise With Convenience

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There's a fitness program offering exercise, swimming and yoga that's open to all campus employees. The fall session begins Aug. 21.

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Campus Works to Alleviate Semester Parking Woes

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Cal State Fullerton will begin assisted parking and shuttle services to help alleviate the parking crunch on campus for the fall.

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Services Center Formed to Meet Faculty Needs

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For faculty looking for assistance and support — from diversity training and how to improve student feedback to how to integrate accessible instructional materials into the curriculum and how to use Titanium — there is now a one-stop place to go: Faculty Support Services.

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In Memoriam — Dick Wolfe

Dick Wolfe, who coached the Cal State Fullerton men’s gymnastics program to three national championships in the 1970s, has died. He was 77.

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Faculty Receive Recognition for Service and Achievement

Among recent honors and awards given to Cal State Fullerton faculty members is an award for an outstanding debate coach and appointment as president-elect of a national organization.

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New Chiller and Autoclaves Installed on Campus

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Cal State Fullerton is helping keep its students, faculty and staff cooler this summer and making the University more energy efficient — with the installation of a new chiller and autoclaves — all part of a project that will address increasing demand and update an aging system.

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 Last Published 10/17/16