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Actress Misty Monroe shared her story "Unapologetically Black" with students, faculty and staff during CSUF's annual celebration of Black History Month.
Fri, 23 Feb 2018
Local and international Olympic and sport researchers will be discussing issues ranging from apartheid to doping to Olympic challenges and controversies March 9-10 during the inaugural Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research conference at Cal State Fullerton.
Biological science researcher leads study of the triatomine bug, the carrier of a parasite that causes Chagas disease.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Alumnus describes how individuals can employ preventative and individualized medicine to reduce health care costs.
The Orange County Engineering Council has recognized faculty member and alumna Beena Ajmera and graduate student Mohammed Al-Behadili for their outstanding contributions and achievements to the profession.
Thu, 22 Feb 2018
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
Titans in the Applied Securities Analysis Program gain investment experience using real capital in today’s market.
College of Health and Human Development
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Sport Performance is working with the Anaheim Ducks, offering pre-season fitness testing and helping create individual training programs for the players.
Wed, 21 Feb 2018
Three upcoming presentations will be made by students of work they conducted with faculty members from the College of Health and Human Development.
In recognition of its continual growth and long-time operations as an independent unit, CSUF's Asian American Studies Program is now a department.
Low-income families and individuals can get help preparing and filing their income tax returns courtesy of volunteers in the Cal State Fullerton community.
Tue, 20 Feb 2018
Orange County's rich culture is due, in part, to its diversity.
Keynote speaker Brian Johnson, author of “Live Your Dreams Out Loud,” talks to nearly 300 high school-age young men of color about attending college at the Male Youth Empowerment Conference.
Chinese scholar, Guanghua “Ivy” Wang returned to China a changed person after spending six months studying at CSUF.
CSUF President Fram Virjee hosts a Feb. 22 reception honoring the continuing contributions of African Americans and featuring a live performance of "Unapologetically Black."
A new study-abroad course in Argentina in clinical microbiology gave biological science students the opportunity to learn about infectious diseases.
The project scientist for NASA's Cassini mission, an expert on planetary ring systems, shares her experiences as a space explorer.
The 17th annual New Music Festival brings together faculty, visiting artists and School of Music students for five days of collaboration and joint performances.
Fri, 16 Feb 2018
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Cal State Fullerton offers students assistance with food insecurity and basic needs.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science is presenting "ECS Week," featuring "Professor For A Day" Feb. 22 with alumni and industry professionals.
After a week of working with School of Music students, the Prague-based string ensemble will perform Feb. 16 and 18 at Meng Concert Hall.
Thu, 15 Feb 2018
Tuffy's Basic Needs Center, housed in McCarthy Hall, helps students access such services as food assistance, emergency temporary housing, hygiene products, gently used professional attire and emergency financial support.
Sixteen dance students performed at the Baja Region American College Dance Conference, and showcased student and alumni choreography.
Top-ranked dance team gives back, teaching and thrilling young girls in the process.
College of the Arts students headline shows through the spring semester.
Wylie Aitken, Dick Ackerman and the late Tom Fuentes will be honored at a March 1 event hosted by CSUF's Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History.
Jocelyn Read, assistant professor of physics, is honored by the Orange County Business Council for her groundbreaking contributions as a gravitational-wave researcher.
Wed, 14 Feb 2018
Transfer students are the focus of a new program that supports undergraduate studies, while preparing scholars for graduate school.
Heath science faculty member comments on the investigation of Aetna coverage decisions.
NEWPORT BEACH MAGAZINE
Professor finds passion in mentoring future chorale performers.
Islamophobia on college campuses, stepping up to rape culture, reframing disability, and pain and anger in the LGBTQ community are a few of the featured topics at CSUF's Feb. 24 Social Justice Summit.
Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary and the John D. Cooper Archaeological and Paleontological Center are presenting public events that celebrate nature and Orange County's ancient history.
Mon, 12 Feb 2018
Nearly 700 students from area high schools attended a variety of campus programs during a Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities/U.S. Army University Tour.
A nearly $300,000 grant from Cisco Systems Inc. is supporting the development of an undergraduate “internet of things” elective track in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
CSUF's public relations students organized a pro-level event for the Assistance League of Fullerton.
WHITTIER DAILY NEWS
Across Southern California and nationwide, unprecedented numbers of college students are seeking counseling for mental and emotional difficulties.
KOREAN DAILY NEWS
Hyun Sook Kim, associate professor of theatre and dance, enjoys combining her two passions of fashion and theater.
The CSUF Consulting program in the Mihaylo College of Business prepares students by integrating classroom knowledge with direct business consulting opportunities.
One-on-one mentoring, an inside look at city council meetings and the opportunity to work on government initiatives are central to the university's City Management Fellowship Program.
Fri, 09 Feb 2018
A life, taken away too soon, led employer and parents to start scholarship to honor a Titan’s legacy.
For CSUF scientist Jocelyn Read, the unprecedented discovery of gravitational waves produced from the collision of two neutron stars has forever changed the world of physics and astronomy.
Grant funding will enrich preparation of Cal State Fullerton undergrads pursuing doctorates in the humanities.
Shovit Bhari, staff physicist in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, shares his images of the Jan. 31 "super blue blood moon."
Videos welcoming Titans and featuring monsters grab the attention of judges in the national competition.
Thu, 08 Feb 2018
Lidia E. Nuño, CSUF assistant professor of criminal justice, is one of a handful of researchers studying the MS-13 gang's presence in the U.S. and Central America.
Wed, 07 Feb 2018
Throughout the semester, faculty members from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences will separate fact from fiction on a variety of topics in history, science, education and philosophy.
The former member of several CSUF advisory boards and former CEO of Baker Hughes Inc. credits the university and the CSU system for his career.
CSUF's New Venture Creation and Funding students learn by creating startups.
Tue, 06 Feb 2018
After eight consecutive national titles, the CSUF Titan Dance Team came away with second-place finishes in Division I Jazz and Pom categories.
CSUF launches a basic needs center to support students facing such hardships as food or housing insecurity. Campus donations of new hygiene products and gently used professional clothing will be accepted.
Trained tax volunteers are available on campus Fridays and Saturdays through April 14.
Students and alumni represented Cal State Fullerton at the Baja Region 2018 American College Dance Conference, presenting "Scanners" and "Shedding the Shields."
Mon, 05 Feb 2018
The evolution of the extreme state that is North Korea today was the subject of a public lecture by Kristine Dennehy, chair and professor of history.
SAN BERNARDINO SUN
NASCAR seeks to expand its fan base by enticing a new audience to racing.
The CSUF Latino Communications Institute has transitioned from an initiative to an institute.
A tutoring program offered through Cal State Fullerton's Center for Healthy Neighborhoods has been a hit with participating students, such as Mixtly Galarza, who enrolled at Cal State Fullerton last fall.
Thousands of proud Titans were out in force Feb. 1, celebrating the sights and sounds at Cal State Fullerton's After Dark at Disneyland Park event.
Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Sports historian Toby Rider discusses what it means — and doesn't mean — that North and South Korea will be marching under a united flag during the Winter Olympics Feb. 9 opening ceremony.
Cal State Fullerton has moved forward in its ongoing efforts to meet the region's educational needs by kicking off work to establish an up-to-date campus development plan.
CSUF and CSU leaders shared the new academic preparation changes that promotes student success for incoming freshmen in need of additional support in college-level math and English courses.
Fram Virjee recounts his first days on campus as CSUF president.
UNIVISION, ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Biochemistry major Stacy Guzman is using synthetic organic chemistry to develop small organic molecules that are potent anti-cancer drugs.
Students chalk personal dream statements at recent “Chalking About MLK” event.
Thu, 01 Feb 2018
A program to help local families manage stress and stay connected has been awarded a $122,819 North Orange County Public Safety Task Force to offer the program in partnership with local school districts.
Public relations student, Carlos Juarez, shares his experiences as a fall semester intern for U.S. Rep. Jim Costa.
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