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The California State University Board of Trustees renamed Cal State Fullerton’s University Hall as Milton A. Gordon Hall in recognition of the 21-year legacy of service by the university’s fifth president.
Tue, 22 Jan 2019
The third annual Male Youth Empowerment Conference brought nearly 300 high schools students from Orange and Los Angeles counties to Cal State Fullerton for motivational speeches, workshops, campus tours and more.
Cal State Fullerton mathematics scholars' research on "Quadrivium: The Structure of Mathematics as Described in Isidore of Seville's Etymologies" is published in Princeton University Press' "The Best Writings on Mathematics 2018."
Fri, 18 Jan 2019
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
The Virjees embrace their roles as fans and family to CSUF's student athletes.
NEW YORK TIMES and WASHINGTON POST
CSUF professor helps write the American Psychological Association's new guidelines on counseling boys and men.
Alumnus and assistant professor of music Dustin Barr puts the tenets of his book “Expressive Conducting: Movement and Performance Theory for Conductors” to practice as he incorporates whole-body movements to the art of directing a musical performance.
When facing a patient or client with few facts or clues, how do healthcare professionals identify and access possible substance abuse? Students in Cal State Fullerton’s nursing, social work and human services programs are getting the training and skills to do just that.
Wed, 16 Jan 2019
MIHAYLO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
CSUF alum's 3dp4me nonprofit providing hearing aid solutions to Mideast refugees
Tue, 15 Jan 2019
U.S. News & World Report ranks CSUF's online graduate programs as among the best in the nation.
Biological science professor Math P. Cuajungco was honored with the 2019 Faculty Research Award from the CSUF Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology.
A recent graduate with degrees in health science and biological science is now fulfilling his dream of becoming a physician.
The Cal State Fullerton community will gather for two days of reflection and service in honor of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr.
Mon, 14 Jan 2019
Mark S. Filowitz has been appointed to serve as associate vice president for academic programs. He previously served as associate dean for the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Standing on a podium with Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center behind him, newly elected California State Sen. Tom Umberg (34th District) participated in a community swearing-in ceremony before hundreds of supporters. Standing on a podium with the Grand Central Art Center behind him, newly elected California State Sen. Tom Umberg (34th District) participated in a community swearing-in ceremony before hundreds of supporters.
Fri, 11 Jan 2019
THE WASHINGTON POST
Tyler Parry, associate professor of African American studies at CSUF, authored an opinion column in the Washington Post
Sophomore pitcher Taylor Dockins has been selected to be the next recipient of the Judi Garman Determination award. She will receive the award at softball's Leadoff Social Fundraiser on Jan. 26.
MIHAYLO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Two Mihaylo students awarded $2,500 scholarships from Professionals in Human Resources Association Foundation.
As 120 debate competitors representing schools from 14 states filled a Cal State Fullerton conference room this week, they had the chance to meet and hear from a real American hero.
Thu, 10 Jan 2019
To drive home the issues facing their future patients and clients who may be living paycheck to paycheck, perhaps in poverty, Cal State Fullerton’s School of Nursing is offering a Jan. 20 poverty simulation in which students will serve as patients and nurses.
Claire Jenkins, a senior majoring in political science and history, finds her experiences on the CSUF Moot Court team to prepare her for her career goals of becoming an attorney attainable by strengthening her writing, public speaking, and critical thinking skills.
Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff, programs and research efforts have garnered more than $5 million in grants and contracts during the second fiscal quarter of the academic year.Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff, programs and research efforts have garnered more than $5 million in grants and contracts during the second fiscal quarter of the academic year.
Wed, 09 Jan 2019
CSUF's College of Humanities and Social Sciences continues its annual lecture series this spring with topics ranging from an overview of immigrant due process rights to the history of the "black friend."
Tue, 08 Jan 2019
What does 2019 hold for commercial real estate? A panel of industry leaders will discuss the trends and issues during a Jan. 29 program sponsored by Cal State Fullerton’s Real Estate and Land Use Institute.
Mon, 07 Jan 2019
Two years ago, Cal State Fullerton business administration alumnus Kevin Chiu and his older brother made a leap of faith and started their own company.
It may have been nail-biting time for Cal State Fullerton business administration-finance majors but they ably showed they were on top of their game, taking top honors during a Nov. 30 competition sponsored by the Chartered Financial Analyst Society of Orange County (CFA Society Orange County).
Looking back at 2018, here are just a few images that reflect a year of change, growth and Titan spirit.
A new state grant is funding expanded programs offered by the Small Business Development Network for Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Fri, 04 Jan 2019
Notable 2018 events included welcoming a new president, breaking school records with more than 12,000 students eligible to graduate in May, and sharing the talents of its students and alumni with the community.
Major League Baseball broadcaster Jose Mota will be the featured speaker at the 2019 Dinner with the Titans annual fundraiser.
New campus leadership, high honors for faculty and staff, and the many achievements of students and alumni were among Cal State Fullerton's highlights during 2018.
Thu, 03 Jan 2019
Ryan Nichols, a Cal State Fullerton professor of philosophy, is studying China's moral transformation as it continues rapid economic and industrial development.
Wed, 02 Jan 2019
Math P. Cuajungco has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Faculty Research Award from the California State University Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB).
Cal State Fullerton unveiled its new strategic plan, while celebrating campuswide achievements, expanded programs and partnerships, anniversaries, and a banner year for athletics.
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