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The Upward Bound program at CSUF offers two-week SAT prep course and college-ready critical thinking skills workshops for first-generation college-bound high school students.
Fri, 20 Jul 2018
The alumna is recognized with having one of the fastest-growing small businesses in the DC Metro Federal Marketplace, and is the recipient of a 2015 SBA's Person of the Year Award.
California Teachers Summit
The 2018 Better Together: California Teachers Summit is July 27 at more than 30 locations across the state, including at CSUF, for a day of learning led by teachers, for teachers.
Thu, 19 Jul 2018
ABC RADIO AUSTRALIA
Alissa Ackerman, assistant professor of criminal justice, talks about the meaning of restorative justice and her own personal journey with sexual violence.
CSUF News Service
Four CSUF graduates will continue their educational journeys this fall with support from the Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive Program.
Wed, 18 Jul 2018
Wildlife biologist Calvin Duncan received the university's 2018 Giles T. Brown Outstanding Thesis Award for his graduate project on using immunocontraception to help control population growth of wild bison.
Tue, 17 Jul 2018
Cal State DC Scholars program adds three new sites for students interning in the nation's capital.
Mon, 16 Jul 2018
Misty Paig-Tran, assistant professor of biological science, lends her knowledge of fish and other creatures of the deep to a lighthearted podcast about the science behind popular movies.
Fri, 13 Jul 2018
California State University
Engineering alumnus Darrell Jodoin has been bringing thrills and chills to thousands of visitors to Disney since 1990, and credits his undergraduate education at Cal State Fullerton for preparing him for his career path.
A study by Lorenzo Bizzi, assistant professor of management, offers insight into how workplaces are affected when employees use social media.
The California State University system is now making it easier for undergraduate students to get the classes they need through a new effort called CSU Fully Online.
Cal State Fullerton's Philanthropic Board of Governors has named two new community members.
Thu, 12 Jul 2018
Project MISS — in its 29th summer — helps college-bound young women enhance their mathematics skills.
Wed, 11 Jul 2018
From the Killing Fields to Angkor Wat, 12 Cal State Fullerton students spent their summer learning about Cambodian history, culture and civilization.
Business interns apply operations and supply chain management techniques at Safariland, a law enforcement gear supplier.
Mon, 09 Jul 2018
Seventy-three students have completed CSUF's Intelligence Community Scholars Program since 2007. The program offers mentoring, networking and advanced study of national security, intelligence, geography and other subjects.
Fri, 06 Jul 2018
CSUF's Daily Titan was a finalist in more college media categories than any other California university in the Los Angeles Press Club's 2018 SoCal Journalism Awards.
Thu, 05 Jul 2018
Guest speakers run the gamut from survivor to prosecutor to perpetrator to treatment provider in a Cal State Fullerton criminal justice class, taught by sex crimes researcher Alissa Ackerman. The goal is to give students a balanced perspective.
Tue, 03 Jul 2018
Two nursing programs that expand the range of career opportunities and increase workforce diversity have recently received second-year support of more than $1 million in federal funding.
Plant biologist Joshua P. Der and his student researchers examined the plant genes of two closely related aquatic ferns, azolla and salvinia — and discovered all of the genes in the DNA sequence. Their research was published July 2 in Nature Plants.
Mon, 02 Jul 2018
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s Circle of Excellence awarded a gold award in Writing for the Web for the university’s Division of University Advancement for the multimedia piece on the making of “Frankenstein."
Art major Tien Do came finds his artistic calling after being waitlisted for one class, which led him to sign up for a course in glassblowing, instead.
If a company encourages its employees to use social media, what those workers might end up “liking” is another company.
The College of Communications' Rosanne Welch discusses how "The Monkees" TV show had a greater impact on television, music and pop culture than we ever imagined.
Apps that allow users to pay for services in redeemable credits instead of cash are helping to build communities.
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