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If there were a Fram Virjee baseball card, the stats on the back would look a little different. In the 20 months he’s been president of Cal State Fullerton, he has seen roughly 24,000 students become alumni. He has been in one rap video, attended dozens of Titan Athletics games and College of the Arts performances, given hundreds of speeches. He’s shaken the hands of thousands.
Fri, 20 Sep 2019
CSUF News Service
Fun and fellowship was had by all at the Sept. 18 fiesta to commemorate Cal State Fullerton’s Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, hosted by Virjee and his wife, Julie, inside a rockin’ Titan Student Union Pavilion.
“The track record for professional classical singers who have studied at CSUF speaks for itself,” says baritone alumnus James ‘Marty’ Schaefer, who recently performed on stage in LA Opera’s “La Traviata” with fellow Titans Charles Castronovo, Omar Crook and Christopher Job.
Thu, 19 Sep 2019
Four CSUF dance majors will be joining the In-Version Dance Project as they perform Sept. 20-21 at the BlakTina Festival in Los Angeles.
As President Fram Virjee recently outlined in an email he sent Sept. 18, the campus is hosting an Oct. 1-3 site visit by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) in connection with its accreditation of Cal State Fullerton.
Among the six new librarians who have joined the campus over the summer and fall are two alumni whose areas of service are student success and managing the government documents repository.
Cal State Fullerton faculty researchers are presenting noontime talks at Pollak Library on a variety of topics and across disciplines, including the Ridgecrest earthquake, Human Genome Project, mass shootings to supervolcanoes. The brown bag lunch series begins Sept. 25 through Dec. 3.
Wed, 18 Sep 2019
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The MARC, Maximizing Access to Research Careers, program offers underrepresented and first-generation students the opportunity to conduct research and receive mentoring from faculty, to prepare for competitive doctoral programs.
Incoming President’s Scholars and Guardian Scholars were welcomed to campus at an informal gathering hosted by CSUF President Fram Virjee and his wife, Julie.
Cal State Fullerton will celebrate Healthy Campus Week Sept. 23-27.
The Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State Fullerton supports student and community startups. Meet our successful entrepreneurs and find out how we can help you.
Tue, 17 Sep 2019
New director of the Nicholas & Lee Begovich Gallery, Jennifer Frias, kicks off her inaugural exhibit "A Place for Everything, and Everything in its Place."
New ASI vice president learning to step beyond personal discomforts.
Cal State Fullerton biological science professor Nikolas Nikolaidis, professor of biological science, will present “The Lessons 500,000 Human Genome Sequences Taught Us” at a Sept. 25 faculty noontime talk at Pollak Library.
Mon, 16 Sep 2019
When Disneyland Resort wanted an accurate and objective assessment of their economic impact on the region, they turned to the Woods Center for Economic Analysis and Forecasting at Cal State Fullerton.
Cal State Fullerton holds a formal dedication of Milton A. Gordon Hall in recognition of the late president's 21-year legacy of service to the campus and the philanthropy of Gordon and his wife, Margaret Faulwell Gordon.
New rankings from U.S. News & World Report places Cal State Fullerton third in Top Public Schools in the Western region, seventh in Best Undergraduate Teaching and 12th in Most Innovative Schools.
Benjamin Cawthra, a Cal State Fullerton professor of history, recently lent his voice to a documentary on legendary jazz musician Miles Davis.
Three public health and two child and adolescent studies scholars are among the nine tenure-track faculty members who joined Cal State Fullerton’s College of Health and Human Development this fall.
Fri, 13 Sep 2019
Two new faculty members joined Cal State Fullerton’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics this academic year. Julia Y.K. Chan explores ways to improve the teaching and learning of chemistry to increase the number of college students in STEM disciplines. Kathryn Metcalf studies tectonophysics — the physics of plate tectonics as the Earth’s surface moves as a result of earthquakes.
Four doctoral students affiliated with Cal State Fullerton have been named among this year’s CSU Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program.
Thu, 12 Sep 2019
Susan Egan, who brought the character Belle to life when the musical ”Beauty and the Beast” came to the Broadway stage in 1994, visited CSUF last week to work with musical theatre students and cast members who will be staging the production this October.
Cal State Fullerton celebrates Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, with a Sept. 18 "block party" hosted by President Fram Virjee and his wife, Julie. The campus event features spoken word and traditional Mexican folk dance performances.
Cal State Fullerton students spent the summer at foreign institutions conducting research, made possible through the Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training Program, directed by Marcelo E. Tolmasky, professor of biological science. The program is funded by the National Institute for Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health.
Wed, 11 Sep 2019
Meet the three new faculty members at Mihaylo College of Business and Economics.
Give me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks and a few thousand Titans, and you have the makings of one great night of baseball at the inaugural CSUF Night at Dodger Stadium Friday.
Rachel Heil, a first-generation college student and a junior majoring in anthropology, traveled to the United Arab Emirates to study human remains from two tombs.
Sofie Leon, with a PhD in Civil Engineering, joins CSUF as the new director of diversity initiatives and resource centers.
Tue, 10 Sep 2019
Bringing the joy back to fitness by introducing gamification.
CSUF opera student Danielle Pribyl will be thrilling baseball fans Sept. 6 when she takes to the field to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" before the Dodgers-Giants game.
Cal State Fullerton biology graduate students are working on comparative research projects, in which they are assessing how environmental conditions — climate change and other factors — are affecting feather boa kelp and mussels in Southern California and in Washington.
The 1991 screenplay for “Beauty and the Beast” may have been based on the French fairy tale, but Cal State Fullerton alumna Linda Woolverton made the characters her own, as she shared during a campus visit to speak to cast members of the university’s upcoming fall production.
On behalf of the California State University Board of Trustees, Cal State Fullerton is hosting a public meeting to help shape the environmental impact report (EIR) for the university’s Campus Master Plan on Thursday, Sept. 19.
Computer science major Bryan Ruef's creative software solution is helping first responders rescue people and save lives in Hurricane Dorian.
Fri, 06 Sep 2019
Cal State Fullerton's College of Humanities and Social Sciences adds eight new faculty members to its roster this fall.
The 2019 Convocation Ceremonies got off to a rousing start as CSUF President Fram Virjee, accompanied by his wife, Julie; Tuffy; student Imani Garner; alumna Asia Scott, '19; and the Titan Spirit Squad danced their way to the front of the gymnasium.
Cal State Fullerton won a 2019 Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s Circle of Excellence silver award in the general short video category for the “Cal State Fullerton Presidential Rap – Titans Reach Higher.”
Two new faculty members with wide-ranging interests in theatre and art have been welcomed at the College of the Arts this fall.
Thu, 05 Sep 2019
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