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LOS ANGELES TIMES
In a letter to the editor, President Virjee points to the field of 68 universities and colleges in the NCAA tournament and the one rated No. 1 for student affordability.
Tue, 20 Mar 2018
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
College of Communications graduates working in television news return to discuss how CSUF prepared them for careers in a competitive industry.
CSUF News Service
Campus and community members attended the March 16 official swearing-in ceremony for the university’s new police chief.
Cal State Fullerton's Athletic Training Program hosts a daylong April 7 seminar featuring talks by concussion researchers Erik Swartz of the University of New Hampshire, and Tricia Kasamatsu, CSUF assistant professor of kinesiology and the program's co-clinical education coordinator.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Since taking on his new role Jan. 2, CSUF President Fram Virjee has made it a priority to meet, mix and mingle with students, faculty and staff, where they work, learn and celebrate.
Mon, 19 Mar 2018
Veronica Jimenez brings more than an expertise in Chagas disease to her classroom and laboratory.
A $50,000 grant from Mercury Insurance for the Women’s Leadership Program, which provides curriculum and training to help prepare female students to advance to leadership positions after graduation.
A record number of poster presentations to be presented during NSM Week, which includes the annual Bridges to Stem Cell Research Symposium.
CSUF graduate student Marco Moreno is the first Titan to be named a Newman Civic Fellow, joining a cohort of 268 civic leaders from 40 states, Washington, D.C., Mexico and Greece.
Associate head basketball coach, John Smith, relishes basketball journey with his son, Jamal, on the eve of the NCAA Basketball Tournament.
Cal State Fullerton men's basketball lost to Purdue in the first round of the NCAA Championship Tournament. But the game is a signal for the team, coaches and fans that Titan basketball is on the map.
Fri, 16 Mar 2018
From T-shirts to hot dogs to books, entrepreneurs Patty Rodriguez and Ariana Stein shared their story of perseverance during Cal State Fullerton's reception for Women’s History Month.
Augie Garrido, one of college baseball's legendary coaches who claimed five National Championships, with three coming at Cal State Fullerton, passed away early Thursday morning at the age of 79.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018
The first emphasis ever offered to master's students in counseling kicks off this fall with a focus on providing mental health services to Latinx and Spanish-speaking clients.
Titan alumnus on her path to becoming a wedding planner, 10 years after graduating from CSUF.
Ten Cal State Fullerton students are spending their spring semester interning with congressional offices, advocacy groups, nonprofits and other agencies located in the nation's capital.
The Titan community wished the men's basketball team well as its members depart for Detroit to take on Purdue in the first round of the NCAA Div. 1 Men's Basketball Tournament.
Wed, 14 Mar 2018
The composer and instrumentalist joined hundreds of Titan supporters at the 2018 Clayes Collage Concert to help raise funds for music scholarships.
Entrepreneurs Ariana Stein and Patty Rodriguez are the keynote speakers for Cal State Fullerton's March 15 celebration of Women's History Month.
Tue, 13 Mar 2018
The Center for Entertainment and Hospitality Management hosts March 14 “Hello Hospitality” event for all CSUF students.
ROBERT KELCHEN ON EDUCATION
In comparison to all of the tournament teams, CSUF has the lowest net price of university attendance for all students.
Some of the proudest moments of Cal State Fullerton baseball are on display at the Pollak Library.
Educators find that music can help kids better understand math.
Competition winners, Raymund Aguirre's appointment as University Police chief and a center's first conference are announced.
Mon, 12 Mar 2018
Titans to face Purdue Friday in NCAA Tournament.
Cal State Fullerton men's basketball team will travel to Detroit this week to play the No. 2 seed Purdue in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament. The Titans defeated UCI Saturday in the Big West Championship game to advance to the national tournament.
New analytical app helps students and faculty members gauge participation in courses.
President Virjee finds magical moments on his daily walks around campus.
Thu, 08 Mar 2018
NASPA, the leading professional association for student affairs administrators, recently recognized the WoMen's and Adult Reentry Center with the 2018 Outstanding Undergraduate Student Parent Program award.
Chelsea Reynolds, a media and sexuality scholar specializing in representations of marginalized groups, examines the appeal of "The Shape of Water."
An array of ensembles and musicians will offer two March 10 performances to raise funds for School of Music scholarships.
The university’s ties to Disneyland involve students, alumni and faculty members. CSUF President Fram Virjee emphasized those close connections at last month’s Disney After Dark event.
Wed, 07 Mar 2018
How to live with natural disasters, the damage and the suffering they often cause has been the focus of years of research and study for Cal State Fullerton professor Binod Tiwari, a professor of civil engineering and an expert in geotechnical engineering.
CSUF will host an April 5 Internships and Careers in Aging event to connect students with opportunities in the fast-growing field of gerontology.
Alvin Rangel is included among top choreographers celebrated during Black History Month.
Tue, 06 Mar 2018
Caroline Shaw praises the University Singers' work with her original composition, "To the Hands."
Tricia Kasamatsu is keeping a close eye on a state assembly bill that calls for regulation and licensing of athletic trainers in the state. A bill that would ensure that athletes receive the proper care from trained and licensed professionals.
The New York Times Style Magazine revived ads from the 1970s that put CSUF at the intersection of feminism and art.
Mon, 05 Mar 2018
Cal State Fullerton's Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History recently honored political leaders Dick Ackerman, Wylie Aitken and the late Tom Fuentes.
Fri, 02 Mar 2018
TEDx Talk and documentary by Carolyn Coal, associate professor of communications, puts the spotlight on nurturing creative passions, and sculptor Wharton Esherick.
Art lecturer Rose Adams takes students to Mexico to teach art to children ages 3 to 14.
Through a partnership between the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and the School of Nursing, students find learning enhanced.
Student and faculty researchers in Cal State Fullerton's Center for Sport Performance have been exploring the changes that occur in the muscles of a competitive weightlifter, right down to the molecular level.
Thu, 01 Mar 2018
Cal State Fullerton brings thought-leaders, advocates and mentors to campus this month as part of the university's celebration of Women's History Month.
Cal State Fullerton's new police chief Raymund Aguirre begins his tenure on campus tomorrow.
Graduate students are among the artists showing their work at upcoming exhibitions in CSUF's Grand Central Art Center.
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