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Summit Brings Teachers Together

Hundreds of teachers came to Cal State Fullerton for the first-of-its-kind "Better Together: California Teachers Summit" to hear messages of resilience, persistence and, most of all, how to be inspiring and engaging in their classrooms.

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California Teachers Summit Draws Thousands

About 15,000 California teachers and principals gave up one of their summer vacation days to talk among themselves Friday about a subject that, depending on how the school day is going, can excite, inspire, frustrate or irritate: the Common Core. Better Together brought together educators at 33 locations statewide to simultaneously share strategies, classroom victories and mistakes about the new academic standards in math and English language arts. The free event was organized by California State University, the Santa Cruz-based New Teacher Center and an association of the state’s independent private colleges and was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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Migrant Students Shine in STEM

Cal State Fullerton received a $250,000 grant from the California Department of Education for the July 11-25 residential program that introduced migrant students to higher education and science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning and careers.

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CSUF Hosts July 31 Teachers Summit

Cal State Fullerton is among 33 statewide sites hosting "Better Together: California Teachers Summit," a free day of learning for educators this Friday, July 31. Keynote speakers are Yvette Nicole Brown and Leland Melvin, with their talks telecast to all host sites.

Anthropologist Looks at Shoals Art

Cameron Walker, a Florence, Alabama native and anthropology professor at California State University, Fullerton, has written “Small Town, Big Style: Music, Textiles and Food in Alabama’s Shoals Region” to explore the creative community here and why it’s persisted,” she said this week while visiting Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Sheffield.

The New York Times

The Whites of Our Eyes

SEVERAL years ago, while browsing the campus bookstore, one of us, Professor Segal, encountered a display table filled with Squirtles. A Squirtle is a plush-toy turtle manufactured by the company Russ Berrie. They were adorable and she couldn’t wait to take one home.

South China Morning Post

US and Cuba Launch Exchange Programs

Colleges in the US and Cuba are building new academic ties as tensions ease between the countries. Several American universities have recently agreed to exchange programmes with Cuba after the US loosened travel restrictions. Those schools include Auburn University and California State University, Fullerton.

Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education

CSUF Hosts July 31 Teachers Summit

Cal State Fullerton is one of 33 statewide sites hosting “Better Together: California Teachers Summit,” a free day of learning for educators Friday, July 31. An estimated 14,500 preschool-12th-grade teachers, teacher candidates and educational leaders are expected to gather at sites throughout California, including about 1,300 participants at CSUF.


CSUF Repeats as #MyTopCollege

Cal State Fullerton once again claimed the top spot in Forbes #MyTopCollege social media campaign, which featured thousands of tweets and Instagram postings highlighting school spirit and passion from students and alumni of more than 250 universities nationwide.

Titan Magazine

A Living Legacy

Students and faculty collaborate on field research in one of the world’s few desert research facilties: The California State University’s Desert Studies Center in Zzyzx.

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Faculty Research Subject of Recent Journal Articles

The work of four CSUF faculty members is highlighted in recent journal publications.

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CSUF Day at Angel Stadium Aug. 22

Alumni, students, faculty and staff are invited to join their fellow Titans at Angel Stadium. Tickets available now.

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MPA Program Hosts 'Advancing Your Career'

Aug. 10 program for up-and-coming leaders in local government agencies.

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Sharing Program Success at National Conference

Nine faculty and staff members were among the presenters at the 2015 NCCEP GEAR UP conference in San Francisco in July.

Orange County Register

Arboretum Summer Concert Series

On Monday, the Fullerton Arboretum will host a summer concert on the garden grounds featuring a performance by the Jamie Shew Quartet. The arboretum’s summer concert series is open to all ages. Attendees may bring their own food or purchase snacks and beverages on site.

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 Last Published 7/2/15