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"Security Day" on Nov. 28 features talks by industry experts from different fields of computer security to educate students, faculty and the public about pressing issues in cybersecurity.
Mon, 20 Nov 2017
The "Stride Like a Velociraptor" research project aims to clarify common misconceptions about dinosaurs — and give students an appreciation for the diverse shapes and sizes of the prehistoric creatures.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Some 500 Girl Scouts from Orange County visited CSUF to learn about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Fri, 17 Nov 2017
To celebrate Cal State Fullerton’s 60th anniversary, this year’s Winter Festival Homecoming, Saturday, Dec. 2, will highlight memorable events from the University’s six decades.
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is offering a course rooted in modern geology and biology that covers the many facets of dinosaurs and dinosaur life.
Native Americans are more than figures in history books; they are part of the fabric of society.
The campus community can help needy students stave off hunger by making donations to an emergency fund the University maintains to assist students.
Physics alumna and planetary scientist Linda Spilker has spent 40 years reaching for the stars — and Saturn — at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Anil Puri, interim provost and vice president for academic affairs, shares his vision to see at least 75 percent of all students participate in at least two immersive experiences before they graduate.
Thu, 16 Nov 2017
DIVERSE ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
President Mildred García to take her agenda for promoting student success nationwide in her future role leading AASCU.
Wed, 15 Nov 2017
Art student Alejandro Olivares and the Grand Central Art Center contributed to the Latin American-inspired art piece recently displayed in Santa Ana.
A new leadership development program has a small group of faculty members exploring what it means to be a leader and what qualities do they need to take up leadership roles.
Mon, 13 Nov 2017
Recognized for its commitment to studying and protecting the world's flora, the Fullerton Arboretum received ArbNet's level IV accreditation in November.
Mark Bilby, scholarly communications librarian at Cal State Fullerton's Pollak Library, discusses open access to expand access to faculty-authored journal articles.
CSUF's Department of History presents a Nov. 15-16 symposium focusing on digital humanities, an area of study that approaches humanistic questions through such technologies as mapping, augmented reality and textual analysis.
Renown scholar Paul Apodaca delivers keynote address focusing on the theme "We Are Still Here" at Cal State Fullerton's Native American Heritage Month reception.
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
Is the flu vaccine for you? We asked a CSUF expert about the flu and the benefits of the flu vaccine.
A Cal State Fullerton professor of political science takes students to Italy each summer, where they learn about the complexities of the worldwide refugee crisis.
Thu, 09 Nov 2017
Fullerton College student Derek White looks forward to transferring to CSUF as a physics major.
The Cal State Fullerton student team led by Eric Hoang did not let a snafu of their custom-built trebuchet squash their competitive spirit at the 10th annual Pumpkin Launch. The team won second place and CSUF's Society of Women Engineers tied for third.
Wed, 08 Nov 2017
Although highly trained, when nurses enter an examination room, they may face individuals who are scared, in pain or confused. Beyond finding out what the symptoms may be, nurses must be able to question, explain and respond in a manner that provides comfort and is easily understood. CSUF nursing students are now getting this kind of experience through the standardized patient program.
CSUF and other CSUs are preparing students for high-demand careers in information security.
Education Week Nov. 13-16 features events and activities for the teaching profession.
Students and community members gathered on campus Saturday for the 10th annual Pumpkin Launch.
Tue, 07 Nov 2017
Beginning next January, students at Cal State Fullerton have another choice when they select their college courses: to pick classes that offer free digital materials or low-cost print versions.
Award-winning art from the Orange County Fair will be on display at the Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum through Dec. 3.
Cal State Fullerton is taking specific, actionable steps to increase timely graduation rates for first-time freshmen and transfer students while eliminating the opportunity gap for traditionally underrepresented students as part of California State University’s Graduation Initiative 2025.
Through the REACH program, elementary school students are developing character, learning about healthy lifestyles and developing their literacy skills in a sport-based program that makes it fun and interesting. College students leading the sessions are also learning lessons that enhance their education as well.
Mon, 06 Nov 2017
President Mildred García to leave remarkable legacy as she assumes leadership of the Association of State Colleges and Universities.
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A new CSU program gives student hands-on experience while helping to solve water problems impacting Southern California.
Jason Shepard, associate professor of communications, looks at journalism during an era of leaks.
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García will be leaving the University she has led for almost six years to assume the presidency of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, effective Jan. 22, 2018.
A cultural festival, president's reception, film screenings and essay contest are among the activities planned for Cal State Fullerton's celebration of Native American Heritage Month.
Thu, 02 Nov 2017
Nursing has been near and dear to Sharrica Miller's heart since she was in high school and, through vocational training, serving as a certified nursing assistant. Today, she stresses the value of enhanced education for nurses so that they can serve as leaders and educators.
Discussion on the topic of: “LGBTQ+ & the Bathroom Laws,” draws interest.
Wed, 01 Nov 2017
ORANGE COUNTY BUSINESS JOURNAL
The Mihaylo College of Business and Economics is opening its second entrepreneurial startup incubator — this time in Irvine.
Exhibitions at Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana and the Begovich Gallery in Cal State Fullerton's main campus focus on motherhood, the experience of remembering, and documentation of the dead.
The California State University this week announced a series of accommodations for applicants, affected by recent wildfires, who are applying for admission to CSU campuses for next fall.
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