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A study by three CSUF economists continues define the financial hit to Anaheim and Orange County as the theme parks remain closed by COVID-19 restrictions.
Thu, 17 Sep 2020
CSUF News Service
Cal State Fullerton President Fram Virjee; Tonantzin Oseguera, vice president for student affairs; Amir Dabirian, vice president for information technology; and Marcus Reveles, president, and Skylar Soria, vice president of Associated Students Inc. welcomed new and returning students at the Sept. 16 virtual 2020 Student Convocation.
Faculty members Kristin Kleinjans and Laura Zettel-Watson each offer 5 priorities for aging workers, and tell how pensions, policy, and the pandemic influence retirees.
Cal State Fullerton’s third annual Constitutional Jeopardy show will debut Monday, Sept. 21, via YouTube. The friendly competition will raise funds for three student programs: Moot Court, Guardian Scholars and the Veterans Resource Center.
VOICE OF OC
Gaps in education access brought about by Covid-19.
Wed, 16 Sep 2020
The Office of Financial Aid worked with several university departments to distribute more than $21 million in emergency grant aid, mainly from the CARES Act, to students in need as a result of the pandemic.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
President Virjee bring a welcome different than the previous three years.
Cinema and television experts Anthony Sparks and Hunter Hargraves discuss how TV has shaped Americans’ ideas about African Americans and the police over the years.
Mon, 14 Sep 2020
President Fram Virjee kicked off the 2020-21 academic year at the university's first virtual Convocation with an update on the state of the campus and his commitment to work to end systemic racism.
President Virjee comments on the CSU's decision to continue virtual learning in spring 2021.
Fri, 11 Sep 2020
College of Business and Economics
Road trippers on the West Coast now have an easy way to learn more about the places they drive through, thanks to Cal State Fullerton alumnus Kevin Costner ’78.
Brittlebush is a desert shrub that is adapting and showing a remarkable ability to respond to climate changes in water availability and temperatures, even in places like Death Valley, one of the hottest and driest places on the planet, according to a new published study by CSUF and University of Utah researchers.
Wed, 09 Sep 2020
Cal State Fullerton's Alison Dover and her education colleagues from across the state have written a policy brief titled, “The Shift to Online Education During and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic: Concerns and Recommendations for California." The educators will discuss the brief in a Friday, Sept. 11, free webinar, open to the public.
Tue, 08 Sep 2020
Management professors Jay Barbuto, Gerard Beenen and Shaun Pichler discuss how they expect the workplace to change post-pandemic.
Physics professor emeritus Jim Woodward says the "MEGA drive" could enable spaceflight to the stars without a propellant.
Fri, 04 Sep 2020
Not only is the university is holding its first-ever virtual convocation, but there will be two separate events for faculty/staff and students.
Wed, 02 Sep 2020
President Fram Virjee is leading other university presidents in discussing and taking action to eradicate systemic racism and promote social justice on college campuses and around the nation.
Anil Puri, director of CSUF's Woods Center for Economic Analysis and Forecasting, says psychology and financial security influence how shoppers respond to economic changes during the pandemic.
Tue, 01 Sep 2020
For his work to transform teaching and learning practices in mathematics, Cal State Fullerton mathematician Roberto Soto is among recipients of California State University’s 2020 Faculty Innovation and Leadership Award.
Cal State Fullerton computer engineer Yu Bai is directing a new research project to develop more efficient and intelligent hardware for unmanned robots for the U.S. Army, funded by a three-year award, expected to total $418,657, from the Army Research Office.
Cal State Fullerton's School of Nursing has been awarded a five-year grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to support scholarships for underrepresented graduate students.
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