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Cal State Fullerton has been awarded a nearly $700,000 grant to continue the work of the National Resource Center for Asian Languages, known as NRCAL, which focuses on improving the teaching, learning and research of Asian languages in Orange County and beyond.
Fri, 14 Dec 2018
Cal State Fullerton's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute will present its spring Eclectics lecture series from Jan. 15 to April 11.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
The president shares about why we are a university of significance.
Three business administration and one biological science student have been named University Innovation Fellows, an international program established to empower students to become agents of change.
Thu, 13 Dec 2018
Cal State Fullerton and Fullerton leadership teams met Wednesday (Dec. 12) to discuss priorities for both the city and university, and how the two could mutually benefit from working in partnership.
Cal State Fullerton biologists are examining cyanobacteria to understand the evolution of oxygen on Earth. Their study focuses on understanding how photosystem II evolved to produce oxygen from water.
Cal State Fullerton's undergraduate business program is first in the nation, according to a recent ranking.
Wed, 12 Dec 2018
Graduate student Andy Le, a student in Cal State Fullerton’s master of social work program, is following his passion with the support of a Council on Social Work Education fellowship.
Tue, 11 Dec 2018
CSUF expert discusses the Disney brothers, the brand, and the company's universal appeal.
The impact of a disaster 50 years ago when 78 men were killed in a coal mine explosion still resonates today.
Mon, 10 Dec 2018
Three business administration majors used their quick thinking and powers of persuasion to take top individual awards during the recent Titan Sales Competition.
Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Human Communication Studies was represented by several faculty and graduate students at the Nov. 8-11 National Communication Association’s 104th annual convention “Communication at Play” in Salt Lake City, Utah.
To better recruit and retain employees, the city of Huntington Beach plans to launch a new internship program proposed by CSUF master of public administration students.
Fri, 07 Dec 2018
Speaker of the California State Assembly Anthony Rendon, a Cal State Fullerton alum, joined a panel to discuss culture and food in the region.
Thu, 06 Dec 2018
Alumna and educator Pamella Oliver is taking on a new role beginning Jan. 1.
Binod Tiwari, professor of civil and environmental engineering, and his student researchers are studying the intensity and duration of rainfall required to trigger landslides and mudslides in areas ravaged by wildfires.
Wed, 05 Dec 2018
Lauren Sukumar shares what led her to a dual major in computer science and business administration at CSUF
On mission's 50th anniversary, "Anders' Earthrise" and "8 Homeward" appear on the charts
A-Rod invests in diet-friendly Nui cookie recipe of CSUF grad Victor Macias and his partner Kristoffer Quiaot
Cal State Fullerton's Department of History and nonprofit organization California Humanities will present a Digital Humanities Colloquium and launch the Mapping Arts OC digital platform in December.
Tue, 04 Dec 2018
LIGO and Virgo announce four new gravitational-wave detections Dec. 3. CSUF physicists and student researchers worked with the team of international scientists on the discoveries, which includes 10 black-hole mergers and one neutron star merger.
Two winning basketball games, burgers, a live band and more!
LOS ANGELES TIMES
CSUF College Democrat saw 'the potential of Cisneros months ago' and celebrated his victory in the 39th District seat.
Rocio Prado is determined to achieve her dream of working with refugees and victims of sexual trafficking and Cal State Fullerton's SOAR Program (Strengthening Opportunities, Access and Resources) is helping her achieve that dream with advising, academic resources, professional development and networking opportunities, as well as an Elevar Scholarship.
Kevin Chiu was recognized in Forbes' 30 under 30 for his company Catalyst Software that he co-founded with his brother, Edward.
Titan alumna reflects on her journey from a first-generation daughter of Vietnamese immigrants to finding her career path, thanks, in part, to her professors in the masters of social work program.
Alumna Flor Edwards joins CSUF religious studies scholars Dec. 13 for a discussion about her book, "Apocalypse Child: A Life in End Times" and her experiences growing up in The Children of God religious movement.
Mon, 03 Dec 2018
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