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Physics professors Jocelyn Read and Joshua Smith discussed the latest cosmic discoveries in gravitational-wave astronomy at an Oct. 16 public lecture on campus.
Fri, 20 Oct 2017
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García has joined nearly 800 college and university presidents across the country in urging Congress to pass legislation to protect beneficiaries of the DREAM Act.
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Julio Bermejo’s research focuses on military public affairs and social movements.
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Healthy Neighborhoods will host an Oct. 28 community health fair featuring screenings for diabetes and blood pressure, CPR training, crime prevention strategies, physical activities for older adults and fun activities for children.
Thu, 19 Oct 2017
Cal State Fullerton has issued a statement concerning the speaker invited by a student group.
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CSUF President Mildred García discusses how much diversity is reflected as she listens to students while riding the elevator to her 10th-floor office.
Cal State Fullerton will host a Nov. 3 "All Points of the Compass" geography conference in the Titan Student Union. The event is free and open to the public.
Kit Seaton, assistant professor of art, brings her expertise as an illustrator and cartoonist to the College of the Arts.
Disability Support Services presents "Disability Awareness Day" Oct. 25 on campus.
Wed, 18 Oct 2017
New professors bring both classroom experience and research expertise to campus.
John Ayers, an earth science major, traveled to Yosemite National Park this summer to conduct research for his thesis.
The environment and health issues, particularly water and microbial communities in water resources, are a focus of interest for Phillip Gedalanga, assistant professor of health science.
With the recent signing of Assembly Bill 422, Gov. Jerry Brown has not only allowed the five-year pilot program offered by the Southern California CSU DNP Consortium to continue, but also permits all CSU campuses to establish Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs.
Join the family fun at Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary's annual "Bat Night" Saturday, Oct. 21.
Tue, 17 Oct 2017
A gift from the Morris S. Smith Foundation has created an endowment fund for Cal State Fullerton's Debate Program.
Ed Lynch joins the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics.
The collaboration of scientists around the world is behind today’s announcement of the first gravitational wave ever observed to come from neutron stars.
Mon, 16 Oct 2017
First-ever discovery of gravitational waves from the collision of neutron stars is announced.
Hundreds of students expected to pitch their startups at the Oct. 21 competition.
During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Cal State Fullerton hosts its 18th annual Violence Prevention Conference Oct. 27 in the Titan Student Union.
Award-winning anthropologist Jason De León will meet with Cal State Fullerton students and faculty Oct. 19 to discuss the relationship between transnational gangs and the human smuggling industry.
For the first time, scientists have detected gravitational waves from a cataclysmic smashup of two neutron stars, with CSUF faculty and student researchers contributing to this cosmic discovery.
CSUF physicists Jocelyn Read, Joshua Smith and Geoffrey Lovelace are part of team discovering gravitational waves from a cataclysmic merger of a binary neutron star system.
Four physics majors, who plan to pursue doctorates in physics or astrophysics, have worked alongside CSUF astrophysicist Jocelyn Read and other faculty mentors at the Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy Center (GWPAC) on the groundbreaking, global research effort.
CSUF alumnus Torrey Cullen, a first-year doctoral student in Louisiana State University's physics program, continues to work with his mentor Jocelyn Read and is among student contributors to this new detection of gravitational waves, announced on Oct. 16.
CSUF astrophysicist Jocelyn Read, an expert on neutron stars, desribes them as the densest stable form of matter in the universe.
Join CSUF scientists for a public lecture at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, on the latest cosmic developments in gravitational-wave astronomy.
Fri, 13 Oct 2017
Mathematics educator Mark Ellis is co-author of a new book that demonstrates "mathematical success can and should be available for all."
Thu, 12 Oct 2017
“Twin Mythconceptions: False Beliefs, Fables and Facts About Twins,” from professor Nancy Segal is her latest book on the subject of twins.
Parvin Shahrestani is studying fruit flies to understand aging, disease and evolution.
For the first time, Cal State Fullerton recorded back-to-back years of booking more than $21 million in fundraising commitments, with more than $21.5 million raised during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017.
Wed, 11 Oct 2017
Thanks to the Titan Tusk Force, pre-game fun just got a whole lot better.
Third-graders’ relatively high scores on the statewide math assessments indicates that the Common Core standards may be having a positive impact.
Mahdi Ebrahimi, assistant professor of marketing, joins the faculty at Mihaylo College of Business and Economics.
Eight CSUF students, part of a federally funded program, recently presented their Big Data research projects.
The Gregg Family Foundation has donated an extinct and rare woolly mammoth skeleton to the University, which will be on permanent display in Titan Student Union this fall.
Tue, 10 Oct 2017
The College of Engineering and Computer Science and women computing students are partnering with the Girl Scouts of Orange County for a day of hands-on laboratory experiences in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
More students than ever are attending Cal State Fullerton this fall, according to fall 2017 census figures.
Yoon Han, assistant professor of art, is using data visualization to bring climate issues to the forefront.
Mon, 09 Oct 2017
Cal State Fullerton faculty members and a distinguished alumnus will gather Oct. 19 to debate science's role in "Solving Moral Dilemmas."
Fri, 06 Oct 2017
The Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History presents an Oct. 25 lecture featuring author and documentarian Sam Stephenson. His talk is based on two decades of researching the life and work of Life magazine photographer W. Eugene Smith.
Daylong conference on best practices and increasing treatment success; keynote speaker is Alexis Arczynski, CSUF alum and coordinator of University of Utah's Mindfulness Center.
The President’s Commission on Equity and Inclusion hosts its second in a series of Civil Dialogues Tuesday, Oct. 10, in the Pollak Library.
Cal State Fullerton’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) and St. Joseph Health are hosting a free, public screening of the PBS Frontline program “Being Mortal.”
Graduate students present annual Maywood Education Fair Oct. 14 to promote a college-going culture among students and their families in the southeast LA community.
Cal State Fullerton's Department of African American Studies presents a new exhibit on the contributions of Buffalo Soldiers during the 1860s and the University's alumni from a century later. The exhibit runs Oct. 22-Dec. 31 in the Pollak Library.
Thu, 05 Oct 2017
Vincent T. Harris, inaugural director of Cal State Fullerton's Male Success Initiative, delivered the keynote address at the event that kicked off LGBTQ History Month on campus.
Student members of the Epsilon Nu chapter of the Sigma Pi fraternity are taking action to help the hungry on campus.
A CSUF study abroad program gives students a close-up look at animal justice issues around the world.
Sue Fisher, CSUF emergency preparedness coordinator, praises the the dedication of the Red Cross volunteers deployed to Houston for hurricane-relief efforts. She joined those efforts last month and recounts her experiences.
More than $12.1 million has been awarded to Cal State Fullerton during the first quarter of the academic year. The funding supports programs that help students go to college, earn degrees in specific fields, expand high-impact practices for students and benefit communities, and underwrite faculty research, much of which is conducted with students working alongside faculty members.
Past and present campus members, as well as members of the California State University and representatives of state legislative leaders joined together today to celebrate the man and the milestones achieved by the late CSUF President Milton A. Gordon, the University's fourth leader who served for more than 20 years.
Wed, 04 Oct 2017
D1Baseball.com ranks the Titan baseball program as the ninth best in the nation in the modern era.
The CSUF Sales Leadership Center’s Sales Career Academy held last Friday assisted nearly 100 student participants.
CSUF's Center for Public Policy and the Police Foundation release the largest and most comprehensive study conducted since 1978 on the role of higher education in policing.
Maj. Jesus Cruz joins CSUF as head of its ROTC program and chair and professor of military science.
A Cal State Fullerton graduate, the namesake of Dan Black Hall, provides gifts to help students with the resources to succeed and hopes to inspire others to become donors.
The founders of the LIGO Laboratory have been awarded physics top prize for their discovery of gravitational waves, in which CSUF researchers are making key contributions to the international research effort.
Jessie Peissig, CSUF professor of psychology, to give Oct. 11 talk on recent advances in the study of how animals think and perceive the world.
Tue, 03 Oct 2017
The University Singers and Concert Choir are joining the Pacific Symphony Friday, Oct. 6, and Saturday, Oct. 7, to perform the Academy Award-nominated score from “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” while the film plays on a 40-foot screen as part of the Harry Potter Film Concert Series.
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A program that has expanded from San Francisco State University to seven more CSU campuses is offering formerly incarcerated college students an opportunity and the resources to succeed in earning a degree.
Dustin Barr returns to his alma mater as assistant director of music.
Academic Programs has introduced Writing Across the Curriculum, a new program focused on giving faculty members the tools they may need to assist students in becoming better writers.
Mon, 02 Oct 2017
Katherine Reed, assistant professor of music, joins the College of the Arts.
Cal State Fullerton president will discuss her path to leader of two CSU campuses as a panelist during the Oct. 6 summit at Rutgers University.
Cal State Fullerton students and faculty have reimagined a classic: writing an original script, designing the set, bringing characters to life. “Frankenstein: Based on the Novel by Mary Shelley” is as exciting behind the scenes as it is on stage.
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