Indian American lawyer Framroze Virjee has been appointed as president of California State University, Fullerton, the university’s Board of Trustees announced March 20.
Virjee, the son of an Indian father and Swedish mother, has served as campus president under a term appointment since December 2017 and will assume the permanent presidency immediately, the university said in a news release.
Virjee shared his goals and his hope to boost awareness about the university.
“We are determined to boost profile in our community,” Virjee stressed. “CSUF is the only CSU in Orange County – the largest populated area in state. “We have the best spot to raise students and their families up,” he said.
“It’s an amazing place here. Students make it so amazing,” Virjee said. “If I ever lose sight of what I came here for, I just walk on campus and see transformative nature the education is giving students.” Continue reading on IndiaWest.com.