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Basketball, hamburgers, a live band and more! That’s what students, alumni and the community can expect at this year’s Homecoming 2018 celebration, scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 1, outside the Titan Gym.
Fri, 16 Nov 2018
Members of the Titan ROTC Battalion will be commissioned as second lieutenants.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Communications major Amy Thronson, president of the Student Veterans Association, says she's eager to help veterans feel welcome on campus.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Shana Charles, Cal State Fullerton assistant professor of public health, says the healthcare debate got personal in the recent election cycle.
This year’s budget, said President Fram Virjee, “underscores … the need to be strategic, to be nimble, to innovate."
Thu, 15 Nov 2018
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
Cal State Fullerton and the Titan Athletics Department will hold a celebration of life event honoring the late, legendary Titan baseball head coach Augie Garrido.
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
Brad Anderson has joined Cal State Fullerton as director of the Mihaylo College Sales Leadership Center. “I would like to interest more students in the benefits of a sales experience,” says Anderson who served much of his 30-year career with Nestle Purina Pet Care Company.
On Nov. 27, a global day of giving, Cal State Fullerton invites the community to join in giving to its Student Assistance Fund for Emergencies. All donations will be matched up to $10,000 by campus partners.
Audience members at a Nov. 9 forum stressed the need for a leader who is dynamic, innovative and adaptable, as some of the attributes for the next president of Cal State Fullerton.
CSUF freshman Jordan Preciado makes a mid-court shot to win a burger a week, for a year.
New National Science Foundation grants support CSUF faculty-student research to help plan the future of gravitational-wave science.
Wed, 14 Nov 2018
Jason M. Shepard, chair of CSUF's Department of Communications, shares on the need to protect journalists from violence.
Several areas of the campus are celebrating Movember, a national movement to bring awareness to men's health.
The Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership is celebrating 10 years of training and preparing students for advanced study in education and related fields, as well as for careers in educational research.
The Cal State Fullerton community celebrated its support and commitment to serving veterans at a Nov. 7 event that marked the new campus location of the Veterans Resource Center.
Fri, 09 Nov 2018
A senior communications major reflects on the recent shooting at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh.
Cal State Fullerton's Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History will host a Nov. 27 panel discussion detailing the history of the center and its goals for the future. The event is free and open to the public.
Thu, 08 Nov 2018
CSUF paleontologists describe and name fossil of extinct tuskless walrus.
Cal State Fullerton recognized and celebrated the diversity of its native American students, faculty and staff Nov. 6 with native prayer and blessing, songs and dancing.
VOICE OF OC
CSUF political science professor Stephen Stambough is among experts discussing the statewide trend of voters registering without any party preference.
Two Cal State Fullerton student teams squashed competitors in the Nov. 3 Pumpkin Launch to win the top awards.
Wed, 07 Nov 2018
“Frankenreads” celebrates the 200th anniversary of the classic novel.
In a statewide Ballot Bowl competition, Cal State Fullerton registered 2,627 voters for the Nov. 6 midterm election — garnering the award for the CSU campus with the largest number of students registered.
Tue, 06 Nov 2018
A food drive, hygiene drive, basic needs panel presentation, documentary screening and other workshops are part of CSUF's Nov. 13-16 Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week activities.
Faculty members, students, alumni and emeriti from CSUF's Department of History will give a series of presentations on the centennial commemoration of World War I. The Nov. 13-14 event is free and open to the public.
Recent forum shines spotlight on the plight of the North Korean people.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey wants to reduce hatred on the platform.
MORNINGSTAR AND OCBJ AND OTHERS
CSUF economists say longest expansion still has steam.
This fall semester, Googler and software engineer Luis Larco is co-teaching an introduction to computer programming class to give students an inside look into the tech industry.
Fri, 02 Nov 2018
An artist who chooses sculpture as a “genre of thinking and making” is the College of the Arts' newest tenure-track faculty member.
The College of Education is hosting activities and resources about careers in teaching and the latest topics related to education during Education Week.
Thu, 01 Nov 2018
A graduate student in biology enters the fascinating world of sea anemones.
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