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New Lecture Series Sheds Light on Topical Issues

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is kicking off an annual lecture series to spark a dialogue across disciplines and departments.

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Preventing Sexual Assault

Cal State Fullerton offers awareness programs on preventing sexual misconduct.

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Art Exhibit Explores Health and Wellness

An opening reception and auction for Cal State Fullerton's Art 4 Health exhibit, "Express Your Health," will be held Wednesday, Oct. 21. The free, yearlong exhibit focuses on the connection between art, health and wellness.

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Center for Autism Hosts Social

The Center for Autism is co-hosting a free social for adults with autism Sunday, Oct. 11, at the Titan Student Union.

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Campus Receives Nearly $6 Million in First-Quarter External Funding

Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff members received nearly $6 million in grants and contracts during the first quarter of the academic year.


Celebrating 50th Anniversary of 'Dune'

The Pollak Library will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the popular science fiction epic “Dune” this fall with a speaker series, an exhibition titled “Dune: From Print to Cinema and Beyond,” film screenings and a costume contest.

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Art, Oysters, Leadership and Assassins Subject of Upcoming Talks

Five Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff members will be discussing a wide range of subjects in upcoming talks locally, regionally and across the nation.


Senior Wants to Improve the Lives of Women Around the World

Blanca Ramirez might be one of the busiest students you’ll find on the Cal State Fullerton campus. But still, she isn’t feeling overwhelmed.


Titan Voice: A Good First Step Helped Me Find My Major

Vanessa Schotborgh talks about how CSUF Freshman Programs helped her discover her major and all the opportunities CSUF has to offer.

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Visiting Scholar Seeks Greater Connections

Sudhir K. Thakur, a visiting professor from Sacramento State, is sharing his research and background in 'regional science,' an integration of economics, geography and planning.

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Neighbors Now and in Future

The status Cal State Fullerton and Western State College of Law currently enjoy as neighbors will continue next year when Western State relocates to Irvine.

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Interim Associate Vice President Named

Roberta Rikli, dean emeritus of the College of Health and Human Development, will be serving in an interim position.

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USDA-CSU Internship Program Addresses State's Water Crisis

The California State University received a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture that will fund hands-on water management internships for 200 underrepresented students at CSU and California Community College campuses.

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CSU Gets High Marks in New College Scorecard

A new list from the US Department of Education highlights the CSU as a school with a high rate of student success for a low price.

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Focusing on Diversity Issues

Ioakim Boutakidis, associate professor of child and adolescent studies and associate dean of student success in the College of Health and Human Development, will discuss “Unpacking White Privilege: A Personal and Theoretical Examination” at noon Tuesday, Sept. 29.

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 Last Published 7/2/15