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Business Students Learn Geopolitics in Eastern European Georgia

Economics professor Chiara Gratton-Lavoie led a group of students to Tbilisi, Georgia, to take part in a summer program at the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs.

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Partnering to Boost Student Literacy

Through a partnership with Cal State Fullerton's Hazel Miller Croy Reading Center, teachers and students at an Orange elementary school received extra help this summer to improve students' reading, writing and language skills.

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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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CSU Trustee Scholar Continues to ‘Finish Strong’

The public administration major is one of 23 recipients of the 2015-16 CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement, awarded each year to those students who demonstrate superior academic performance, personal accomplishments, community service and financial need.

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Gradilla on KPFK

Alexandro Gradilla, chair and associate professor of Chicana and Chicano studies, will be featured in the Soul Rebel Radio show at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4, on KPFK 90.7 FM.

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University Police Launch Outreach Efforts

University Police launches a campus outreach program called Encouraging a Positive and Interactive Community (EPIC).

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CSU Trustee Kelsey Brewer

CSUF political science major Kelsey Brewer transitioned from non-voting to voting member of the CSU Board of Trustees at the July meeting of the 25-member body governing the nation's largest system of senior higher education.

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Scientist Eyes Latest NASA Findings

In July, Geoffrey Lovelace, assistant professor of physics, learned the answer to a question he had pondered since childhood: What does Pluto look like?

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Student Team Explores Bridge Project

Chole Gharios, along with fellow CSUF civil engineering student Jesus Velazquez, were chosen to participate in Student Days, an annual conference by the Construction Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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Resource Center Helps Vets Succeed

The University’s Veterans Resource Center (VRC) offers assistance to active and reserve military, veterans and dependents through a number of programs, workshops, services and events.

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Research Featured in Upcoming Presentations

Historian and Lincoln expert Ronald Rietveld is among Cal State Fullerton faculty members who have presented or will be presenting their research.

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Recent Campus Appointments

A listing of recent campus appointments throughout campus.

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Campus Evacuation Drills Slated

Two evacuation drills will be held on campus in September.

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Information Technology Helps Students 'Get Down to Business'

Students needing a specific software for class or seeking support for using Titan Online, the campus portal, Titanium, campus email or WiFi connectivity? Information Technology is available to help.

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Recent Faculty Publications Include Books

Three new books and two recent articles by CSUF faculty members are published.

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 Last Published 7/2/15