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Campaign 2016: CSUF Experts React to First Presidential Debate

CSUF students and faculty experts critique nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during presidential debate viewing party on campus.

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Grant Funds Research to Design Earthquake-Proof Skyscrapers

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With a nearly $160,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, engineering faculty member Kristijan Kolozvari and his students are developing innovative simulation tools to predict the seismic performance of tall buildings.

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Reception to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

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President Mildred García kicks off the University’s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration with a Wednesday, Oct. 5, program featuring poet, lyricist and educator Denice Frohman.

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Secretary of State Alex Padilla Joins CSUF’s Efforts to Register Young Voters

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Weekly events including a concert, debate viewing parties and panel discussions will engage CSUF students through Election Day.

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CSUF Posts Nearly $22.1 Million in Gifts

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Cal State Fullerton raised nearly $22.1 million in fundraising commitments for fiscal year 2015-16.

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Pollak Library Seeks Exhibit Proposals for Atrium Gallery

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Cal State Fullerton's Pollak Library is seeking exhibit proposals for the Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery through Nov. 1.

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'Boom' Journal Debuts at CSUF

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University Honors Program lecturer Jason Sexton takes leadership of 'Boom: A California Journal,' bringing the University of California Press publication to Cal State Fullerton.

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EPOCHS Program Wins 'Examples of Excelencia' Award

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Cal State Fullerton's EPOCHS program was honored Sept. 21 with the "Examples of Excelencia" award for graduate-level institutions by Excelencia in Education! a national organization that promotes Latino educational achievement.

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A Gold Standard for Child Care

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Cal State Fullerton's nationally-accredited Children's Center offers a safe and educational place for infants and toddlers of students working to complete their degrees.

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Shipping Company's Woes Have Far Reach

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Min Choi, CSUF assistant professor of management, discusses the bankruptcy of Hanjin Shipping and how it can be used to teach supply chain management.

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Watercolor Honors

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Professor of Art Lawrence Yun has been recognized for his latest work.

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Educator Examines Inequity, Social Justice Issues in K-12 Schools

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Former high school teacher Alison G. Dover joins CSUF as an assistant professor of secondary education. Her research interests include examining approaches to teaching for social justice within K–12 and teacher preparatory contexts.

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Faculty Perform, Speak in the U.S. and Abroad

Faculty members from diverse disciplines are making their mark via performances and presentations.

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CSU Partners with Secretary of State to Register Students to Vote

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla today announced a historic partnership between the Secretary of State’s office, The California State University system and the California State Student Association via a memorandum of understanding.

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Faculty Books and Articles Published

Articles and two books by faculty members in engineering, communications and education recently have been published.

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 Last Published 9/1/16