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Dec. 15 reception celebrates the transformation of the College of Communications’ Latino Communications Institute from an initiative.
Fri, 15 Dec 2017
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Framroze (Fram) Virjee has been named president of Cal State Fullerton, effective Jan. 1, 2018, for a term appointment through June 2019. The announcement was made today by California State University Chancellor Timothy White.
The College of Education is presenting its "Arts at the Center Conference" Jan. 13 for educators, future teachers and others interested in arts education.
Leading off their final meeting of 2017, the Academic Senate honored — and teased — President Mildred García with a resolution in recognition of her years of service leading California State University, Fullerton, her focus on student success and her love of salsa dancing.
Students from across disciplines had the opportunity this fall to take part in educational activities in Ensenada and Guadalajara through CSUF study abroad programs.
CSUF's chatbot garners attention from industry and technology experts.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
President García pens her final guest column as president of Cal State Fullerton.
Thu, 14 Dec 2017
Former schoolteacher Carolina Valdez joins Cal State Fullerton to prepare future teachers to create just, equitable and inclusive classrooms.
President Mildred Garcia recently gave the keynote address at the Council of Graduate Schools annual meeting. Her speech, “Diversity Imperative in Graduate Education: The Need to Ensure Equity for All,” focused on how colleges and universities can motivate and help underrepresented students achieve their goals of a graduate education.
Tue, 12 Dec 2017
New education faculty member Armando Garza shares why teachers should embrace bilingualism in schools.
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Ken Blanchard, whose bestseller “The One Minute Manager” has sold more than 13 million copies, co-founded The Ken Blanchard Companies consulting firm with his wife Marjorie. He will speak at the March 13 Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Joshua Dorsey, assistant professor of marketing, shares his research on what makes shoppers tick.
The College of Communications’ LCI program to host Dec. 15 launch event for faculty and alumni.
Mon, 11 Dec 2017
Wenlin Han, a computer security expert, has joined Cal State Fullerton this academic year. Her research and teaching interests are related to the challenges and complexities of the "internet of things."
In a recent issue of Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Cal State Fullerton's undergraduate and graduate nursing programs were ranked among the top 50 institutions in the nation for awarding degrees to underrepresented students.
Pedro Amaral, assistant professor of economics, joined the faculty this fall. He says financial questions fuel his research.
Students enjoy learning by "doing" science and going beyond listening to lectures.
Fri, 08 Dec 2017
Kari Knutson Miller, dean of University Extended Education, named as new Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs.
The Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans selected professor William "Bill" Hoese as an outstanding science mentor, and three students won awards for their research and presentation skills.
Joshua Dorsey, assistant professor of marketing, says retail rage has shifted online.
PHILIPPINE DAILY INQUIRER
Noted investigative reporter Raissa Robles addresses students after winning the 2017 National Book Award.
John Gleaves, associate professor of kinesiology and co-director for the International Network for Doping Research in Denmark, discusses the Dec. 5 action by the International Olympic Committee.
Thu, 07 Dec 2017
Thanks to the Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Entrepreneurship, start-up businesses in Irvine will now have a resource to lean on.
Daniel Andre Ignacio, a Titan graduate with a master’s degree in psychology (clinical), now helps those with brain injury after suffering through a diagnosed permanent vegetative state at the age of 18.
Campus comes together to celebrate the University’s 60th anniversary.
Brig. Gen. Joseph Edwards II, commanding general of 104th Division at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, Washington, is the keynote speaker for Cal State Fullerton's 10 a.m. Dec. 15 commissioning ceremony.
Young Asian American women with eating disorders often have trouble seeking treatment, due to cultural and family influences, according to a new study by Cal State Fullerton researchers.
The California Symposium on Solitary Confinement, hosted by Cal State Fullerton Dec. 9, will examine human rights, incarceration and state priorities in California prisons.
Wed, 06 Dec 2017
Students share STEM research and knowledge and receive accolades in their respective fields.
Tue, 05 Dec 2017
Titans enjoyed memories of yesteryear and the excitement of high-energy basketball competition during Homecoming 2017.
Mon, 04 Dec 2017
The end of the fall semester is coming soon and for many students it’s the beginning of that last push to finish that project or paper, catch up on reading assignments and cram for finals.
Cal State Fullerton celebrated the accomplishments of its alumni and those of President Mildred García during the Nov. 30 Vision & Visionaries gala.
MIHAYLO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Aristote Matshoko ’12 is assisting the poor and homeless one toothbrush at a time.
Joseph Daniel Valencia of the Class of 2016 shares about his experience as a Mexican American pursuing a museum career.
President Mildred García has named Kari Knutson Miller to step into the role of provost and vice president of academic affairs for a two and a half year term.
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