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Cal State Fullerton education professor Natalie Tran knows the benefits of mindfulness, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. She conducts research on the practice of mindfulness and provides training to faculty, students, parents and teachers on how they can use it in the workplace and in the classroom.
Wed, 08 Apr 2020
One change prompted by COVID-19 may be less noticeable than the rest — new phrases and terms in the English language.
Titans of Promise is a weekly video series that features the university’s diverse students and their educational journeys.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
A 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award winner is now helping 'the ones who have fallen through the cracks.'
CSUF alumnus, Tam Nguyen, is finding a way to help healthcare workers during the mandated closure of beauty salons.
In her role as chief mission officer for Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, CSUF alumna Claudia Keller is helping to keep food insecure families fed through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Right after the stock market peaked, Titan Capital Management students celebrated their first-place win in the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute Research Challenge. Now the novel coronavirus and the subsequent economic fallout have created new challenges for the group.
Tue, 07 Apr 2020
When “stay-at-home” orders arrived from the governor’s office, staff at the Children’s Center were faced with the question: where can "home" be for the center's tortoises, turtles, rabbits, cockatiels and fish?
Christine Vu and Kate Bayhan are two School of Nursing faculty members on the battleground of the COVID-19 pandemic.
ORANGE COUNTY BUSINESS JOURNAL
CSUF economist Anil Puri says 'We're in a recession.'
Cal State Fullerton golfer Dalton Daniel shares the enormity of the novel coronavirus crisis on him and other Titan student-athletes as the season was canceled due to the pandemic.
Mon, 06 Apr 2020
Cal State Fullerton scientist Veronica Jimenez and her students reveal insights to possible new treatments for Chagas disease. This life-threatening infectious disease is caused by the parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, transmitted by triatomine bugs, known as "kissing bugs.”
NEW YORK TIMES
CSUF researchers found that the more motivated kids are to learn early in life, the more likely they will be successful later.
Fri, 03 Apr 2020
When senior Heather Paredez, who didn't have a computer or internet access, realized she would have to complete college online, she contacted President Fram Virjee — with a surprising result.
Thu, 02 Apr 2020
Kate Resnick, a Cal State Fullerton American studies major, spent two months studying the Outlaw Renegade Rollergirls.
Marine scientist Paig-Tran, assistant professor of biological science, shares how she and colleagues, tasked with the almost impossible to transition classes and labs online, are pressing on during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Wed, 01 Apr 2020
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
Cal State Fullerton is introducing a new blog, Titan Voices, a collection of stories, student blogs, photos and video that chronicle how our university and the community are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With degrees in both business and engineering, Atul Teckchandani is the perfect fit to become the first Entrepreneur in Residence in Cal State Fullerton's College of Engineering and Computer Science. His goal: mentor students' entrepreneurial spirit.
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY TRIBUNE
Roy Choi ‘94 (B.A. philosophy), co-founder of Kogi Korean BBQ, handed out 300 tacos to families social distancing March 25 in San Gabriel.
Despite the new coronavirus pandemic, coupled with the campus shutdown, Cal State Fullerton's Tuffy's Basic Needs Services Center is continuing to help students in need — virtually.
With concerns of the new coronavirus pandemic, staff from CSUF's Extension and International Programs quickly evacuated 43 students who were studying abroad in 14 different countries.
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