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Erica Woodland, founder of the National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network, headlines Cal State Fullerton's LGTBQ History Month reception.
Mon, 24 Oct 2016
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García is among 25 leaders in higher education recognized as “Hispanic Leaders and Role Models in Higher Education” by Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education.
Fri, 21 Oct 2016
CSUF faculty members and alumni connected with the 2016 Olympics will share their stories and research at a Nov. 2 panel event in the Titan Student Union.
For more than 50 years, Irene Lange has shared her marketing knowledge and experience with thousands of business students. In honor of her efforts and dedication beyond five decades, Cal State Fullerton recognized the veteran chair and professor of marketing today as the University’s longest-serving faculty member during this year's University Awards Program.
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Elisha Gupta tells of her study abroad experience in England and the mood in London after the Brexit vote.
A team of CSUF nursing, social work and human services faculty members is working together to treat substance use disorders.
An NSF grant of nearly $160,000 will support Kristijan Kolozvari in his research efforts to improve the resiliency of skyscrapers during and after earthquakes.
Hundreds of faculty and staff members gathered Oct. 20 to join in a campuswide celebration recognizing individuals and groups for special accomplishments, years of service, faculty tenure and/or promotion and staff completion of certificates of degree programs.
Elisha Gupta shares about her study abroad experience in England and mood in London during the Brexit election.
As part of today's University Awards Program, Cal State Fullerton recognized faculty, staff and administrators for their dedicated years of service. In addition to Irene Lange's 50 years of service, also recognized was James Santucci for 45 years and 19 others who have served for more than 30 years.
Students, administrators, faculty and staff joined in the Thursday, Oct. 20, festivities in honor of the latest expansion of the Titan Student Union.
Eight-year-old Corben Swanson signs a letter of commitment with the CSUF baseball team as he battles leukemia.
Thu, 20 Oct 2016
Michael Bader, president of the CSUF Alumni Association, discusses his goals and reflects on his experiences as a Titan graduate.
Vice President for Student Services Berenecea Johnson Eanes shares her views about leadership and the changing global perspective on social issues for the 40,000-plus students at CSUF.
Around 5,000 people are expected on campus Saturday for the 31st annual Friendship Games, hosted by the CSUF Pilipino American Student Association.
Cal State Fullerton's Gianneschi Center for Nonprofit Research is co-presenting the Nov. 10 Community Collaborations Conference. Its director, Susan Cadwallader, is one of the guest speakers for the daylong program.
The WoMen's and Adult Reentry Center presents its 17th annual Violence Prevention Conference Oct. 28 in the Titan Student Union. This year's conference theme is "Empowerment as Prevention."
Tue, 18 Oct 2016
Cal State Fullerton's Army ROTC hosts its 4th annual "Ruck-A-Thon" Saturday, Oct. 29. Participants will complete a 10K course while carrying a 35-pound rucksack.
Mon, 17 Oct 2016
A Saturday, Nov. 5 discussion and video presentation showcasing big-band music will feature footage of Johnny Carson’s “The Tonight Show” and the NBC Orchestra.
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Applied Biotechnology Studies (CABS) hosts its first biotechnology conference Oct. 22.
Area high school and university student-entrepreneurs will pitch their business ideas against the clock Oct. 29 at Cal State Fullerton Fast Pitch Competition
Cal State Fullerton emeriti awarded six student scholarships during their annual luncheon hosted by President Mildred García.
Fri, 14 Oct 2016
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Political science experts discuss whether gender matters in the presidential election.
TV production classes gain studio skills using two new pedestals purchased with the $50,000 grant.
Cal State Fullerton economists Anil Puri and Mira Farka will discuss the economic outlook for the U.S. and Orange County during the Nov. 2nd Economic Forecast Conference, "World at a Crossroads: Navigating Risks in Pursuit of an Ideal Climate."
Shana Alex Charles, assistant professor of health science, continues to lead research on the impact of the divisive Affordable Care Act.
CSUF's Student Wellness and College of the Arts present the 10th annual Art 4 Health exhibit through July 2017, featuring original artwork by students, alumni, faculty and staff.
Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Family Business hosts an Oct. 19 breakfast meeting, “A Taste of Family Business Success,” in which leaders of two family businesses — Gaviña Gourmet Coffee and Porto’s Bakery & Cafe — share their stories of work and dedication leading to success.
Thu, 13 Oct 2016
The Maywood Education Fair on Oct. 15 will be presented by CSUF graduate students to give children and their families the opportunity to learn that attaining a college degree is possible.
The 30-second film "Art Block" from Team Birb Herd won in the 24 Hours Animation Contest for Students at Cal State Long Beach.
Computer science student researchers were recognized at the IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability in Phoenix for their project to improve personal security on mobile devices.
Wed, 12 Oct 2016
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Fourteen California State University campuses have been named to the 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll—the highest federal honor that universities can receive for their commitment to community service, service-learning and civic engagement.
Tue, 11 Oct 2016
President Mildred García hosts an Oct. 20 LGBTQ History Month Celebration featuring keynote speaker Erica Woodland, founder of the National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network. It's one of many LGBTQ events being held this fall.
Mon, 10 Oct 2016
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Matthew Jarvis, associate professor of political science and two other CSU experts say what viewers should look for at the Oct. 9 debate for candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. On Sunday, Sarah A. Hill, associate professor of political science, will do an on-air segment for KTLA-TV at 5:30 p.m. before the debate.
Fri, 07 Oct 2016
The barricades are coming down, the dust is being cleared and students, faculty and staff will soon see for themselves what the newly completed Titan Student Union expansion is all about.
President Mildred García urged students, faculty and staff members learn and to become champions about having conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion and leadership during an introduction to an Oct. 6 talk, "A Matter of Excellence: Preparing the Centennial Generation to Lead."
CSUF graduate student Whitney Johnson is one of 40 students across the United States to receive a master's-level fellowship from the Council on Social Work Education's Minority Fellowship Program.
Cal State Fullerton's Student Life and Leadership is hosting a "Titans Helping Titans Hygiene Drive" during the month of October to help students who face homelessness, food insecurity and related issues.
In a Q&A, Paulina Mendez, president of the CSUF Society of Women Engineers, discusses her group's goals, as well as the challenges of preparing for careers in STEM fields.
Thu, 06 Oct 2016
Stephen Stambough, professor of political science, assesses the presidential candidates' performance in the first debate and looks ahead to their next face-off, in a town-hall format.
Were performances by Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Tim Kaine powerful enough to motivate voters?
Oct. 11 panel to discuss “Women & the 2016 Election” at the Pollak Library.
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García hosted a Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Reception at the Fullerton Arboretum.
Religious leader meets with CSUF President Mildred Garcia, as well as students during his visit to the campus.
With an assist from California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, CSUF students spur each other on to participate in the General Election.
Wed, 05 Oct 2016
Cynthia Montes, a first-generation college student, recounts her experiences campaigning for Sen. Bernie Sanders — a springboard to a permanent post in Washington, D.C.
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A $5.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education is targeted to boosting the number of Hispanic and low-income transfer students who complete bachelor's degrees in STEM.
The Cooper Center presents "Prehistoric OC," a family festival celebrating archaeology, paleontology and Orange County's rich natural history.
Professor of Music Robert Istad assembled a talent-filled lineup of College of the Arts students for his Oct. 4 Outstanding Professor Presentation at Meng Hall.
Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff members have garnered $11 million in grants and contracts for the first quarter of the academic year (July 1 to Sept. 30).
In classes throughout Buena Park, hundreds of youngsters are getting assistance in math and reading skills and support while completing their homework assignments from college students taking part in Cal State Fullerton's After School Education and Safety Program.
Cal State Fullerton’s production of John Patrick Shanley’s romantic comedy, directed by Professor Maria Cominis, runs through Oct. 30 in the Hallberg Theatre on campus.
Tue, 04 Oct 2016
Students interested in enrolling at a California State University campus, including Fullerton, have until Nov. 30 to submit applications for fall 2017.
Cal State Fullerton plans an informational event and a drill to increase awareness of the importance of earthquake preparedness.
Cal State Fullerton, along with Channel Islands, Northridge, Sacramento and San Francisco, were recognized by Sierra magazine as soe of the most environmentally sustainable colleges and universities in the U.S.
To promote peace and awareness of Syrian culture, Cal State Fullerton's Pollak Library hosts the "A Country Called Syria" exhibition through Dec. 21.
Student performances, guest speakers, an expression wall and resource fair are part of Cal State Fullerton's Oct. 12 Disability Awareness Day.
Mon, 03 Oct 2016
Experts have been predicting that Southern California is overdue for a big quake and today, the California Office of Emergency Services has issued an earthquake advisory through Oct. 4 following a swarm of small quakes in the Salton Sea area.
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