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Cal State Fullerton welcomes students to campus housing.
Thu, 17 Aug 2017
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CSUF's Center for Healthy Neighborhoods and the Small Business Development Center will offer entrepreneurship workshops this fall, with financial support from State Farm.
MIHAYLO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Alumna Sadaf Salout '07, '10 says the advice from John Bradley Jackson, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, continues to inspire her: "You have to be first, best or different."
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
CSUF scientists have set up alternatives for those not making the journey to Oregon to watch the solar eclipse.
New president of the Nursing Students Association shares how the boot camp for nursing students helps prepare them for success.
Fullerton Arboretum brings art exhibit from Fullerton's sister city, Yong-In, South Korea.
Wed, 16 Aug 2017
Among those in the audience listening to President Mildred García give her annual convocation address this week were new-to-campus faculty and staff members, campus veterans and a special group: faculty, staff and students who put their faith in the university when it was brand new.
Annual Convocation reviews campus successes, its history and its future.
Cal State Fullerton students and professors are studying the development of and possible treatments for knee osteoarthritis following traumatic knee injuries.
As an expected 40,000-plus students begin fall classes at Cal State Fullerton, they will be greeted by new departments, department name changes and 43 new tenure-track faculty members.
President Mildred García welcomed new members of the tenure-track faculty during Monday’s Convocation and at a dinner held that evening in their honor.
President Mildred García used her Aug. 14 convocation remarks to, in part, address the recent violence in Charlottesville and speak to the balance that must be found on our campus between free expression and protecting our core value of embracing diversity.
A group of CSUF theatre alumni have come together to establish the “pay what you want” Coeurage Theatre Company in Los Angeles.
Tue, 15 Aug 2017
Jeannine Pedersen-Guzman of the Cooper Center penned the book " 'Ehéngmay and the Raven," which will be distributed in Orange County elementary schools to help students learn about local Native Americans.
Mon, 14 Aug 2017
Cal State Fullerton students interested in future careers in research are getting a step up in experience, as well as learning the ins and outs of earning advanced degrees, by being a part of MARC, or Maximizing Access to Research Careers.
Cal State Fullerton's School of Nursing received a federal grant to enhance the diversity of its students; a total of $600,000 is earmarked for student scholarships over the next four years.
Years of examining archival documentation of trade relationships between Native Americans and British colonists leads to a first book for CSUF historian.
Fri, 11 Aug 2017
The public is invited to campus to observe the "Great American Eclipse" on Aug. 21.
CSUF President Mildred García kicks off the fall semester with a Monday, Aug. 14, convocation address.
Thu, 10 Aug 2017
This summer, students and their faculty mentor collected sediment cores off Monterey Bay to investigate changes in sediment delivery from land to the ocean over the last 150 years.
Stephen Neufeld, associate professor of history, says Mexico City became his home while researching military history.
College of Health and Human Development
CSUF's Center for Healthy Neighborhoods will train 15 residents of the Richman Neighborhood Park area to provide basic health assessments, referrals and follow-ups. The program is funded through a grant from Kaiser Health Foundation-Anaheim.
Wed, 09 Aug 2017
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Enrollment management is an art, as well as a science, for universities large and small, including popular ones like CSUF.
JeeLoo Liu’s “Neo-Confucianism: Metaphysics, Mind, and Morality,” Western philosophers to explore Neo-Confucianism in Chinese philosophy.
An exhibition at the Pollak Library in Cal State Fullerton shows migratory experiences.
For the fifth year in a row, Bank of America has awarded Cal State Fullerton funding for a theatrical production to promote financial literary among students.
Titan alum Mayra Castro Orozco discusses the importance of including students’ cultural references in all aspects of learning.
Biological science professor Math P. Cuajungco has received close to $1 million in funding, including nearly $400,000 from the National Institutes of Health this year, for his research on a rare inherited disease.
Tue, 08 Aug 2017
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has again awarded the center a $100,000 grant, continuing its support of its artist-in-residence program.
California State University
Policy changes include expanded use of multiple measures for course placement in the first year, the elimination of non-credit bearing prerequisite courses and a revamped Early Start Program that provides students college credit.
Mon, 07 Aug 2017
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García served as a guest speaker during the inaugural celebration of the Frederick Douglass Global Fellows.
Thu, 03 Aug 2017
A new partnership between CSUF's School of Nursing and Mountains Community Hospital and Rural Health Clinics will place nursing students at a critical access point for communities near the San Bernardino Mountains.
Tricia Kasamatsu, assistant professor of kinesiology, focuses her research on concussion management and academic adjustments for students after a traumatic brain injury.
María Soledad Ramírez and her students are studying how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics. Of particular interest: bacteria deemed a critical "threat to human health" by the World Health Organization.
Wed, 02 Aug 2017
Ten thousand teachers participated statewide in the third annual Better Together: California Teachers Summit, including about 1,000 educators who came to CSUF. The free day of learning, led by teachers for teachers, was held at 35 host sites across the state.
A new way of food delivery and distribution is being explored by a Cal State Fullerton assistant professor of management. The study seeks to find out whether particular forms of contracts increase supply-chain efficiency or create potential abuses.
Through his research on the influence of a learning community, Julián Jefferies, assistant professor of literacy and reading education, wants to open up the academic world to first-generation college students.
Becoming a wife through an arranged marriage also opened the door for graduate studies at CSUF.
Project MISS welcomes young women from area high schools to campus for an intensive four weeks of math instruction.
ORANGE COUNTY BUSINESS JOURNAL
The CSUF Grand Central Art Center in downtown Santa Ana receives a $100,000 grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
CSUF students spent their summer with experiential learning programs from all around the globe.
Tue, 01 Aug 2017
CSUF faculty experts headline the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's popular Eclectics lecture series, beginning Sept. 12.
Julián Jefferies, assistant professor of literacy and reading education, helps students realize the power of experiential learning.
Trained in the three foundational techniques of modern dance, Cal State Fullerton's dance faculty brings a unique approach to the University's dance program.
A two-year study on resilience at CSUF's Center for Healthy Neighborhoods is finding a link between parent-child relationships and children's accumulation of stress over time.
Ready to train future Army leaders, Maj. Jesus Cruz joins Cal State Fullerton as chair and professor of military science.
‘Monsters in the Classroom’ by Adam Golub, associate professor of American studies shares essays from instructors who use monsters to teach everything from dance to religion.
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