Skip to Content (Press Enter)
CSUF News Center
CSUF News Service
Students, faculty and staff are banding together to offer various activities paying homage to author Mary Shelley and her timeless novel.
Thu, 18 Oct 2018
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
New Innovation/Makerspace Center in Pollak Library offers 3D printing, tablets, virtual reality and high-tech collaboration tools.
Wed, 17 Oct 2018
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
A group of 20 high-achieving high school graduates have been selected to be President's Scholars.
Tue, 16 Oct 2018
During CSUF's annual reception for LGBTQ History Month, assistant professor Eric Price shared takeaways from his research on the strengths, resiliency and support systems during the coming out process.
Mon, 15 Oct 2018
A new scientific paper by Cal State Fullerton paleontologists describes a new genus and species of walrus, in which they named after CSUF Titans and Orange County, where the extinct, tuskless fossil was discovered.
Graduate students in the College of Education partnered with the predominantly Latino community for the event.
David Hart, lecturer in counseling, offers suggestions on how to find the right care and housing for loved ones.
A 59-year-old cancer survivor shares her quest to graduate and help other cancer survivors.
A case study of the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor will be presented by CSUF alumna Melanie Schlotterbeck during the Nov. 2 All Points of the Compass geography conference.
Thu, 11 Oct 2018
The College of Education welcomes three new faculty members this academic year.
Four Cal State Fullerton faculty members will participate in the Fullerton Public Library's Oct. 15 panel discussion on "2018 Congressional Midterm Elections: What to Expect."
Wed, 10 Oct 2018
Studying manta rays could could lead to better designs in water filtration systems, say CSUF experts.
Geological sciences faculty members Nicole Bonuso and James Parham, with a team of student researchers, worked on a collaborative project to digitalize marine invertebrate fossils found in Orange County.
Tue, 09 Oct 2018
While undergoing 10 months of chemotherapy, Sharon Chappell, associate professor of elementary and bilingual education, curated an exhibit exploring her journey related to breast cancer.
An alumna looks back at decision to come out in the Daily Titan.
Understanding the meaning of branding is important not only in the for-profit arena but in education as well.
Nine underrepresented students at Cal State Fullerton have begun a new educational journey, working toward a doctoral-level degree and, someday, teaching on a college campus.
Mon, 08 Oct 2018
To bring home the importance of 'preparing home and family in the event of an earthquake, University Police will be hosting the Quake Trailer, an 8.0 magnitude simulator, Wednesday, Oct. 10, in the Quad.
Titan faculty members will give an Oct.15 presentation about the mass deportation of Mexicans and Mexican Americans during the Great Depression. The event is free and open to the public.
To foster a college-going culture in the community, graduate students in the higher education program are presenting the Oct. 13 Maywood Education Fair.
A group of 20 freshmen comprise of high-achieving high school graduates make up this year's select group of scholars.
An ongoing teacher shortage has made it difficult to meet the demands of training more bilingual teachers despite additional funding.
Fri, 05 Oct 2018
In the hourlong session at the Oct. 4 meeting of VisionMakers, CSUF President Fram Virjee was interviewed about his life, his career and Cal State Fullerton.
A school record 10 Cal State Fullerton alums will be participating in this year 's 2018 Major League Baseball postseason.
Thu, 04 Oct 2018
"Nevertheless, We Persisted," a breast cancer awareness exhibition, opened Oct. 1 at Pollak Library and features artworks by CSUF faculty and staff members and other artists. The exhibition continues through December.
The Ronald McNair Scholars Program helps prepare students for a master’s or doctoral program by engaging them in research and scholarly activities.
Programs that support student research and encourage and support higher education endeavors are among the recipients of more than $7.8 million in grants and contracts awarded during the July-September quarter.
Wed, 03 Oct 2018
Rahul Chakraborty and Ricardo Valencia bring international communications experience to Cal State Fullerton’s College of Communications.
About 170 alumni, donors, faculty and students gathered recently to celebrate 10 years of achievements Mihaylo Hall.
Tue, 02 Oct 2018
President Fram Virjee explains the powerful meaning of "We the People" to the campus community.
NEW YORK TIMES
Understanding how the manta ray is feeding and what it is eating may assist in conservation efforts.
About 5,000 friends and supporters of Cal State Fullerton gathered Saturday evening for the University’s annual signature event, Concert Under the Stars, raising more than $1 million dollars for student scholarships and programs.
Mon, 01 Oct 2018
Twenty freshmen from Orange County and across the state join the merit-based President's Scholars Program this fall semester.
This site is maintained by
To report problems or comments, please contact
© California State University, Fullerton. All Rights Reserved.