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Student Success Teams Nationally Recognized

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Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education recently awarded Cal State Fullerton a 2017 Promising Practices Award for its student success teams.

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Alumna Receives Presidential Early Career Award

Makeba Wilbourn '97, '01 (B.A., M.A. psychology), now teaching at Duke University, was named a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.

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CSUF Helps Small Businesses Prepare for Disaster

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The regional Small Business Development Center Network for Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties is helping businesses prepare for something they hope will never happen: a disaster.

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Spring Semester Begins With Nearly 40,000 Students

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Cal State Fullerton kicks off the spring semester with more than 39,300 students expected for spring classes beginning Saturday, Jan. 21.

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Dukakis Discusses Politics

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“It's a very interesting situation we find ourselves in,” said Michael Dukakis, former Massachusetts governor who ran for president in 1988, speaking before more than 100 campus and community members on the day after the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump (Jan. 21).

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A Study Abroad: Faculty Member and Alumna Share Travel Photos

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CSUF communications faculty member Brent Foster and photo communications alumna Sandy Segerstrom Daniels craft exhibit featuring Mayan people and African safari animals.

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Teachers to be Honored for Making a Difference Inside the Classroom

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The College of Educations hosts "Honor an Educator" on March 5 to recognize educators who have made a difference in the lives of others and to provide scholarships for education students. Tickets are available until Feb. 1.

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Latino Conference Brings Industry Experts to CSUF

The Feb. 16-18 Hispanic/Latino Media and Marketing International Conference offers students work experience and insight into the Hispanic media market.

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Students Join Education Professor in Mexico to Discuss Deportation

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The panel presentation, led by assistant professor Julián Jefferies, focused on the consequences of the U.S. presidential election on the immigrant community.

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It's the Spring Semester — Where Do I Park?

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Cal State Fullerton's Parking and Transportation Services has arranged for a variety of options for commuters to help ease the parking crunch during the first four weeks of the spring semester.

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For Faculty & Staff

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In Memoriam - Doris Brissae

Doris Brissae, who served on campus for more than 32 years, died Jan. 6.

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In Memoriam - Dennis Berg

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Dennis F. Berg, professor emeritus of sociology whose international travels helped Cal State Fullerton establish global connections in Vietnam and China, died Jan. 19. He was 77.

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In Memoriam — B. Carmon Hardy

The professor emeritus of history and former department chair died Dec. 21 at age 81.

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Recent Campus Appointments

Recent campus appointments effective for the spring semester.

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Forgues Named Interim Vice President for HRDI

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David Forgues, chief of operations for the vice president for student affairs since 2012, started the new year in a new arena: as interim vice president of human resources, diversity and inclusion.

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 Last Published 10/17/16