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Cal State Fullerton and the Girl Scouts of Orange County are partnering for the fourth year to present the annual STEM Expo on Sunday, Nov. 17, at CSUF’s Titan Student Union Portola Pavilion.
Wed, 13 Nov 2019
Cal State Fullerton celebrated the history of all indigenous peoples, including the Kizh, Acjachemen and Gabrielino-Tongva of our region, during an evening of storytelling, ceremonial singing and dancing, and playing the Native American “stave game.”
Every entrepreneur needs to master the art of pitching. The Center for Entrepreneurship's Titan Fast Pitch competition gives students the opportunity to learn and practice that skill, and teaches them how to handle the inherent unpredictability of the profession.
Tue, 12 Nov 2019
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A showcase of research by geography students, faculty, and alumni highlights rhino conservation, wildfire detection, and travel.
Women’s cross country team won its first Big West Conference.
CSUF arts alumnus Wayne Unten reprises his role as animation supervisor of Elsa in Disney's "Frozen 2," hitting theaters Nov. 22.
Cal State Fullerton women's soccer wins Big West Tournament and advances to NCAA playoffs against USC
Shana Charles, assistant professor of public health, discusses the presidential candidate's goal to provide government-funded health care, on "Air Talk" with Larry Mantle.
Fri, 08 Nov 2019
President Fram Virjee feels the pride of employers talking about their Titan workforce.
Cal State Fullerton student veteran Andrew Romo enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2009 and was stationed at Camp Pendleton. He served in Afghanistan and participated in humanitarian operations. The president of the Student Veterans Association shares his journey from serving in the military to becoming a college student.
A Nov. 4 “Morning Colors” flag raising ceremony, hosted by Cal State Fullerton’s Veterans Resource Center, paid tribute to the sacrifices of veterans, including CSUF's student veterans.
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Will telecommuting become the new norm? Shaun Pichler, chair and professor of management, discusses the possibilities and the role of human resources and company management in the shift.
Cal State Fullerton dancers Peyton Nakamura, Ashley Dimond and Edward Salas will be on stage this weekend, performing “The Light Within,” by dance faculty member Macarena Gandarillas, at the 2019 Palm Desert Choreography Festival.
Katherine Powers, professor and director of the School of Music, joined Cal State Fullerton in fall 1998. She has taught music history and literature, and directed the university’s Collegium Musicum, a student music ensemble specializing in the study and performance of instrumental and vocal music composed in the Middle Age, Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Cal State Fullerton’s College of Education is hosting activities Nov. 12-14 for future teachers, current teachers, faculty and staff members, and community members that offer insights about the field of education.
Thu, 07 Nov 2019
Senior Vikki Brown illustrates Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Centers work.
The Friendship Games brings the west coast, Nevada and Arizona Pilipinx-American community together.
Wed, 06 Nov 2019
Pamela Madsen debuts 'Oratorio for the Earth' in series of concerts.
Long a leader in helping first-generation, underrepresented undergraduates thrive and succeed, Cal State Fullerton begins a new program this fall to offer that same type of support and guidance to graduate students: Project upGRADS, or Utilizing and Promoting Graduate Resources and Access for Disadvantaged Students.
Cal State Fullerton has received national recognition for its student-centered approach to undergraduate education by the college guidance tool Colleges of Distinction.
The public is invited to Cal State Fullerton on Monday, Nov 11, to view the Transit of Mercury, a rare astronomical event. The viewing, held from 7-10 a.m. in front of Dan Black Hall, is hosted by the Physics Department in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Five Titan art students displayed strong creative ingenuity and top-notch technical skills to finish among the top five in a two-day Adobe Creative Jam held last month at Cal State Fullerton.
For the first time in Pumpkin Launch history, a four-way tie forced a sudden death round, with a team of Cal State Fullerton electrical, mechanical and civil engineering students squashing the competition for the first-place win. The Nov. 2 competition was hosted by the College of Engineering and Computer Science and Discovery Cube.
Tue, 05 Nov 2019
Alumni, friends, students and others from the campus community will join in the Nov. 16 homecoming festivities at Cal State Fullerton.
To celebrate the diverse cultures, traditions, histories and contributions of indigenous people, Cal State Fullerton is presenting a Native American Heritage Month Celebration and Recognition Wednesday, Nov. 6, in Titan Student Union Portola Pavilion.
Mon, 04 Nov 2019
Cal State Fullerton women's cross country on Saturday won the first Big West Championship in program history while women’s soccer came back down 1-0 Sunday at Titan Stadium to defeat CSUN by a score of 2-1 to win the Big West Championship.
Mojgan Sami, assistant professor of public health, previously served three years as a principal investigator on a California Endowment-supported project, "Community Based Participatory Action Research Project on Transportation Equity."
Fri, 01 Nov 2019
The Dressember Foundation, founded by CSUF alumna Blythe Hill, challenges people to wear a dress or a tie every day in December as a way to raise awareness and funds for anti-trafficking programs.
Under the mentorship of Paul Stapp, Cal State Fullerton professor of biological science, biology graduate student Chris Burke is studying how native wildlife is exposed to rodenticides.
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