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Psychology professor discusses her research on pigeons and people.
Wed, 25 Nov 2015
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Titans men’s basketball powers ahead.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
CSUF professor Robert Meeds explains why travel is both an emotional and rational purchase.
Titans reflect on an uncharacteristic game in the NCAA first-round match.
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
Visiting researcher focuses on Afro-Hispanic Creole language.
Titan soccer star talks about her ability to read the ball and the constant hunt for a goal.
CSUF News Service
The University has issued a statement regarding an unsanctioned page published on the social media site.
Alvin Rangel-Alvarado, assistant professor at Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Theatre and Dance, planned to become an English teacher. While in college, he’d take dance lessons at night.
Tue, 24 Nov 2015
Biochemistry professor Maria C. Linder has been named an American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow for her distinguished research discoveries.
A new course began this fall, created for CSUF's ASCEND STEM program, to increase success, retention and graduation of science and mathematics majors.
Mon, 23 Nov 2015
Dec. 1 workshop to help students prepare resumes and network for public relations internships.
Student group meets monthly to discuss concerns over Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Fri, 20 Nov 2015
Students, faculty and staff gathered Wednesday afternoon to hold a PeaceGiving vigil, in light of the tragic events that took place recently in France, Lebanon, Beirut and other corners of the world.
Titans are giving thanks and providing support for those less fortunate this Thanksgiving.
Andrew Fedak, assistant professor of art, brings together stereoscopic projection and computer graphic techniques for his first solo exhibition, “You Have Nothing to Worry About" in Cal State L.A.'s Luckman Fine Arts Complex.
An English major shares how participation in the Child and Adolescent Studies Association, Black Student Union and other campus groups shaped his career path.
Thu, 19 Nov 2015
ARIZONA DAILY STAR
Cal State Fullerton ranks at No. 16 in the top 25 of nation's most diverse universities rated by StartClass.com.
Students, faculty and staff gather to pledge peace.
Academy Award- and Emmy-winner and Cal State Fullerton graduate Kevin Costner will be the keynote speaker for baseball’s 10th annual Dinner With the Titans fundraiser.
“Riding the Wave: A Summit on Envisioning a Korean Studies Institute” will be held Friday, Dec. 4, in Cal State Fullerton’s Titan Student Union.
Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come visit Cal State Fullerton for the first time with a Nov. 20- Dec. 13 run of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” at the Young Theatre.
New program emphasizes executive leadership roles and attributes needed to succeed.
Wed, 18 Nov 2015
Titan chooses medical field where she can continue philanthropic work.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science has launched the Center for Cybersecurity, supported with seed money from Raytheon, to train the next generation of computer security specialists.
Five undergraduate science scholars won research presentation awards at the recent Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science national conference in Washington, D.C.
As part of Cal State Fullerton's ongoing efforts to cut its water usage and meet statewide mandates, the University will begin to remove 11 acres of turf and replace with low-water-use landscaping.
Unwrapped Toys for Children 6 to 14 Accepted at Titan Student Union Through Dec. 2
Cal State Fullerton student teams took first and second place in a marketing strategy case competition during this month’s American Marketing Association West Coast Collegiate Chapter Regional Conference.
Student and faculty feedback helps gauge interest and participation experimental learning.
Tue, 17 Nov 2015
Rosa Pham ’13 visits her parents’ homeland to assist doctors in cleft palate surgeries.
Biology graduate student Kevin Chiem has won an outstanding research award for his work on bacterial resistance to antibiotics.
Mon, 16 Nov 2015
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
Associate economics professor Kristin Kleinjans is co-author of an upcoming article on global healthcare models.
English professor and science fiction literature expert David Sandner sounds off on 'The Man in the High Castle,' which debuts Friday.
Developing a deeper understanding of transgender individuals is the aim of a Nov. 16 program sponsored by the Association for InterCultural Awareness at Cal State Fullerton.
Twins studied by CSUF psychology professor Nancy Segal stood out among 137 pairs, because of their dissimilar backgrounds.
Young entrepreneurs develop their drive early on — before experiencing “business mistakes,” says John B. Jackson, director of CSUF’s Center for Entrepreneurship.
Sonia Nazario will discuss her book "Enrique's Journey" Thursday, Nov. 19, in a program sponsored by Orange County Public Libraries, Cal State Fullerton and the Big Read.
Cal State Fullerton
President Mildred García spoke at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities 128th Annual Meeting Sunday, Nov. 15.
CSUF President Mildred García has issued a statement regarding the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
Sat, 14 Nov 2015
SIERRA SUN TIMES
State park officials unveil specialized license plate spotlighting California Redwood.
Fri, 13 Nov 2015
New exhibits, as well as glass and ceramics show and sale continue into 2016 at Santa Ana facility.
Associated Students' Camp Titan program hosts its annual Toy Drive now through Dec. 2.
Benefit concert and dedication celebrate Cal State Fullerton's School of Music.
Thu, 12 Nov 2015
CSUF is one of only 39 universities to earn the recognition for excellence in public relations education.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
CSUF Teachers and Programs Reach Out to Local Students.
Pianist Ning An, assistant professor of music, headlines an all-Chopin Friday, Nov. 13, recital at 8 p.m. in Meng Concert Hall.
Midfielder Connie Caliz showed her soccer star quality while still in her teens.
CSUF women's soccer is headed to the NCAA Tournament.
Sora Tanjasiri and Shari McMahan want to broaden students' understanding of career options in the healthcare field, particularly in allied health.
Tue, 10 Nov 2015
HISPANIC OUTLOOK IN HIGHER EDUCATION MAGAZINE
CSUF adjunct professor Angela Salazar strives to mentor future college leaders.
Anil Puri, dean of Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, speaks to housing trends.
More than 500 high school and college students, family and friends gathered for an exciting and high-intensity contest, where competitors competed against each other and the clock in Cal State Fullerton's Fast Pitch Competition Nov. 7.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science is hosting "Cyber Security Day" Nov. 13, featuring industry experts, and CSUF student research and club presentations. Though registration is closed, reporters are welcome to attend.
Mon, 09 Nov 2015
Supporters of the School of Music turned out Nov. 8 for a benefit concert celebrating 50 years of musical excellence at Cal State Fullerton.
Talented students, faculty and guest artists hit the stage in the Little Theatre for this year’s Nov. 12-22 Fall Dance Theatre.
What do accounting majors need in order to be work ready when they graduate? Faculty members are gaining insights as part of a new "adopt a firm" program recently instituted in the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics.
A field of CSUF student and community teams will compete using giant trebuchets, catapults and other launchers to hurl pumpkins at the Nov. 7 Pumpkin Launch on campus.
Fri, 06 Nov 2015
THE PRESS ENTERPRISE
Cal State Fullerton is doing more to eliminate the achievement gap of Latino students.
The folklorico club’s 60 members are learning the dances of two Mexican regions — Jalisco and Michoacan.
Student employees in the Associated Students Inc. Marketing and Design Office won Best in Show honors at the Association of College Unions International Region I conference.
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García has received and responded to a committee recommendation resulting from a faculty hearing held Oct. 23.
Students in Cal State Fullerton's pre-licensure program recently took part in a 'White Coat Ceremony' marking their entrance in the program.
"Everybody cut footloose" was the rallying cry this week as members of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute showed their moves in the CSUF Quad.
Thu, 05 Nov 2015
Business major Hannah Chapman is profiled.
On Wednesday Nov. 4, Cal State Fullerton celebrated Dia de los Muertos with music and dance performances.
The CSUF University Singers and University Symphony Orchestra will have an enviable opportunity to interpret the works of composer Tarik O’Regan at a Nov. 15 performance in Carnegie Hall.
Cal State Fullerton alumna Deborah Voigt's Nov. 8 performance to celebrate the dedication of the School of Music is not her first campus appearance since making her mark on the worldwide opera stage.
Wed, 04 Nov 2015
Native California plants on sale at Fullerton Arboretum
Tue, 03 Nov 2015
Two-time CSUF graduate becomes new house speaker. Anthony Rendon says he'll prioritize education and focus on increased funding for early childhood education.
Cal State Fullerton celebrates Dia de los Muertos with music and dance performances Wednesday, Nov. 4.
Fullerton Arboretum makes list of 50 Most Beautiful College Arboretums.
Five years after the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, corporate leaders and directors will be meeting to discuss the act’s passage, the changes it brought about and what the future holds Nov. 19 during the 6th annual Executive Compensation Summit co-sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance and the Forum for Corporate Directors.
Titan Recreation, a program of Associated Students, Inc., is offering Red Cross CPR and first aid classes Nov. 13.
Geologist Sean J. Loyd is among a group of collaborators conducting research focused on the long-standing debate of the body temperatures of dinosaurs and how those temperatures likely reflect their activity levels.
The College of the Arts received several accolades in the OC Weekly’s “Best of Orange County 2015.”
Colon hits game-changing RBI for Kansas City Royals.
Mon, 02 Nov 2015
Cal State Fullerton Athletics Director Jim Donovan has signed a five-year contract extension through 2020.
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