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Univision’s Contigo program includes a yearlong campaign bringing positive role models to the University and surrounding communities.
Fri, 17 Feb 2017
CSUF News Service
Now in its 16th year, the festival celebrates pioneering music through guest artists, discussion panels and special collaborations.
Three CSUF marketing faculty members ooked at their own cultural experiences in a study on the growth of small global brands that are breaking out beyond their cultural beginnings to a broader audience.
President approves name change for new department focused on communicative disorders.
Cal State Fullerton alumnus and newly elected Congressman Lou Correa will take part-in a ceremonial swearing in Wednesday, Feb. 22, at CSUF's Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana.
Thu, 16 Feb 2017
Anthony Sparks, assistant professor of cinema and television arts, accepts the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Drama Series with the "Queen Sugar" team.
Cal State Fullerton students, interested in developing their own businesses, are being invited to compete for scholarships and in-kind awards during an annual Center for Entrepreneurship contest.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Li Ding, a visiting faculty member from the Shanghai Institute of Visual Art, offers glimpses of her just-ended stay in Southern California.
Cal State Fullerton's new Titan Bites app helps students locate free or leftover food on campus. The app is part of the University's ongoing efforts to address food and housing insecurity on campus.
A dozen faculty experts are joined by alumna and AIDS researcher Navid Madani ’90, ’92 at a Feb. 24-25 interdisciplinary conference to help researchers prepare for future global health efforts.
Campus and community experts gather Feb. 23 for a thought-provoking panel discussion on end-of-life care, following a screening of the PBS Frontline documentary, "Being Mortal."
Wed, 15 Feb 2017
Joel Abraham, associate professor of biological science, addresses the Black History Month Reception, the formal launch for the month's activities.
'Floating Realities: The Art of Masami Teraoka' on display through March 2 at CSUF.
Cal State Fullerton recently partnered with the Orange County Department of Education and Orangewood Foundation to present the eighth annual Foster Youth College and Career Fair.
To give students an insight to engineering and computer science careers, alumni and industry leaders participate in the Feb. 22 "Professor for a Day" event.
Titan Dreamers Resource Center is helping DACA and other students during uncertain times.
CSUF received nearly 70,000 applications for admission for fall 2017 from prospective students — an all-time high.
Tue, 14 Feb 2017
Mathematics major Trini Nguyen is working on a mathematical model for dry-eye disease and has won a national award for her outstanding research.
Boyle’s Tuesday, Feb. 14, visit will include a screening of “Out of the Fire” and signing of his book about gang intervention.
Interviews with political powerhouses Frank Barbaro, Shirley Grindle and Gaddi Vasquez are added to the center’s collection of nearly 6,000 oral histories.
Mon, 13 Feb 2017
MARC STEIN ’91 (B.A. communications) is known for Titan mentions in his tweets and for his work as a senior NBA reporter for ESPN.
Taylor Thornton, Cal State Fullerton biological science major, performs a spoken word poem about her journey to becoming a veterinarian.
Fri, 10 Feb 2017
The Cooper Center presents an educational family event on Feb. 25, featuring fossils, Native American artifacts, children's crafts and more at Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park in San Juan Capistrano.
Cal State Fullerton's Gianneschi Center for Nonprofit Research joins the Fullerton Collaborative in sponsoring a spring community collaboration conference geared to those working in the nonprofit field.
The University has released a statement about the on-campus rally of Feb. 8, 2017.
Thu, 09 Feb 2017
Tyler D. Parry, CSUF assistant professor of African American studies, headlines the 2017 Social Justice Summit. Free and open to the public, the event takes place Feb. 25 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Titan Student Union.
CSUF's Pollak Library presents an exhibit featuring maps from the Roy V. Boswell Collection for the History of Cartography.
Cal State Fullerton faculty, staff and students celebrated the achievements of black scientists at the Feb. 7 Black History Month Reception.
CSUF’s Center for Oral and Public History hosts one-day training, Saturday, Feb. 11.
Marie C. Johnson, dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, writes about how faculty mentors are influencing the research experiences and career paths of students.
Cal State Fullerton students are offering income tax return preparation and filing assistance to low-income families and individuals. Students as well as business alumni — all certified — take part in Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), an IRS-sponsored community program.
Wed, 08 Feb 2017
A Titan shares her firsthand account of experiencing last month’s Women's March in Washington, D.C.
Shana Alex Charles, assistant professor of health science, is the lead author of a new report on the state of health insurance in California. She presented key findings from the report at a Feb. 2 lecture for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
Tue, 07 Feb 2017
EL SOL DE IRAPUATO
Cal State Fullerton students learn about muralism, then put it into practice in Mexico.
President Mildred García: "The United States has long benefitted from scientific, cultural and economic contributions from diverse and international students and scholars."
“At Cal State Fullerton, we’re taking the approach of not just filling the need for more teachers,” says Lisa Kirtman, dean of the College of Education. “We want to make sure these teaching positions are filled with strong, qualified teachers — educators who are prepared to be excellent teachers ..."
Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Family Business will honor Mike Trueblood with a Lifetime Achievement Award during this year’s Hall of Fame event.
A Tuesday, Feb, 7, reception featuring a talk by Joel Abraham, associate professor of biological science, and hosted by President Mildred García is one of the activities scheduled for Black History Month.
Mon, 06 Feb 2017
LA Times / Daily Pilot
Exhibit spotlights bias against Japanese-Americans returning from war at the Fullerton Arboretum’s Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum through Feb. 12.
A recent study-abroad experience in Mexico found a group of Cal State Fullerton students learning about the country's muralist movement, then helping a group of children make their own mural.
Fri, 03 Feb 2017
CSUF physicist Geoffrey Lovelace, specializing in numerical relativity, has received a CAREER award, the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for faculty members early in their careers.
Cal State Fullerton faculty members were recently awarded grants to develop programs and other efforts to gain more understanding into what and how students learn.
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
A recent graduate share how the experience she received in the Applied Securities Analysis Program helped her in achieving her career goals.
CSUF is pursuing additional efforts to educate more black, Hispanic men for teaching careers.
Thu, 02 Feb 2017
Ken Gilbert, president of BCR Hawaii, a business consulting firm, will discuss "Innovation in a Family Business," as the keynote speaker for Cal State Fullerton's Center for Family Business's Feb. 15 program.
Cal State Fullerton's President Mildred García and other campus representatives will be focusing on the possibilities and opportunities to attend college this month as part of the California State University Super Sunday effort to improve educational outcomes for historically underserved populations.
Wed, 01 Feb 2017
CSUF theatre arts alumna is among 12 chosen for a prestigious award from the Jewish Women’s Theatre in Santa Monica.
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