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Withstanding a heat wave and other obstacles, Scott Hewitt completes the 46-mile "3 Peaks Run" to raise funds for Cal State Fullerton's Pollak Library.
Fri, 24 Jun 2016
Cal State Fullerton students are gaining internship experience and meeting global leaders through the DC Scholars Program.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Andy Marin, an English major also pursuing a minor in international relations at Cal State Fullerton, talks about his Model United Nations experience.
Former CSUF women's rugby captain helps young girls realize their athletic dreams.
Researchers in the College of Engineering and Computer Science are working on creating solutions to treat post-stroke victims with mobility issues in their arms.
Missy Taukeiaho is the 16th former Titan to sign a professional contract to play softball, joining Fullerton greats such as Jenny Topping, Jodie Cox and Gina Oaks.
Cal State Fullerton alum Riley Factura is a Pokeman champion.
Donna Nicol, CSUF associate professor of women and gender studies, is co-writing a book about feminism and women's studies.
A new task force at Cal State Fullerton will work to address services for students who experience food insecurity and homelessness.
Thu, 23 Jun 2016
Longtime CSUF educator Lisa Kirtman, associate dean and professor of elementary and bilingual education, has been appointed to the position of dean of the College of Education, effective Aug 16.
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
Students from three Anaheim high schools attend classes on campus.
Thousands of incoming freshmen and their families will participate in New Student Orientation activities this summer.
Tue, 21 Jun 2016
Joshua Yang, associate professor of health science, weighs in on California becoming the second state to raise the smoking age to 21.
Titan faculty members have developed a free app to share stories recorded a decade ago by the Center for Oral and Public History.
Reading, language and poetry come alive at Grand Central Art Center Saturday, June 18.
Fri, 17 Jun 2016
A $500,000 grant will fund Project Rebound programs at seven CSU campuses in addition to successful program at San Francisco State.
Cal State Fullerton professor's study reveals link between parent discrimination experiences and adolescent self-esteem.
Thu, 16 Jun 2016
Cal State Fullerton professor Ofir Turel discusses his study on the intersection of the use of Facebook or other social media while driving and ADHD among adults.
THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
Eric Tippeconnic's colorful acrylics on canvas feature American Indians.
Cal State Fullerton scientists have helped to identify a second direct detection of gravitational waves from a pair of black holes that collided approximately 1.4 billion years ago.
Wed, 15 Jun 2016
DIVERSE ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Siobhan Brooks, an assistant professor at Cal State Fullerton, is introducing a course this academic year that offers a unique and personal perspective.
HISPANIC OUTLOOK IN HIGHER EDUCATION
The College of Education received the highest possible rating for continued accreditation for all of its educator preparation programs.
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
Christopher Michael Stewart ‘15 (B.A. international business-Chinese) began a four-month internship in March at NASA’s Johnson Space Center involving the design and creation of self-driving vehicles.
Rachel M. Fenning and Jason K. Baker, CSUF assistant professors of child and adolescent studies, recently were awarded a $412,000 grant for research on childhood autism.
CSUF’s College of the Arts – in conjunction with the university’s Division of Student Affairs and Bank of America – will present “#MoneyM@tter$” to local high schools and middle schools
Sherif Khalifa, associate professor of economics at Cal State Fullerton, writes in the Orange County Register about the Arab Spring and life after that movement.
Cal State Fullerton University Police Department members joined thousands of law enforcement officers this month in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.
The annual California Higher Education Sustainability Conference will begin June 26 at Cal State Fullerton.
Cal State Fullerton All-American right-hander Just Garza underwent Tommy John surgery and is now attempting a comback.
Keith Franklin is all about Titan baseball. The Orange County Register talks to Franklin about his devotion to the baseball team.
The CSUF campus community gathered to honor the victims of the Orlando, Fla. shootings and talk about how the incident has affected them.
About 100 Cal State Fullerton students, staff and faculty gathered Monday to honor the victims of the June 12 Orlando, Fla., shooting that left 49 dead and 53 people injured.
Tue, 14 Jun 2016
Alumnus and pro golfer Mark Anguiano will play in the 116th U.S. Open, which begins June 16.
Cal State Fullerton will hold a 2 p.m. memorial gathering in response to the June 12 shooting in Orlando, Fla.
Mon, 13 Jun 2016
A Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s grant to the Cal State Fullerton Philanthropic Foundation will help promote financial education among students.
The Fullerton Arboretum's June 18 fundraiser will benefit environmental education and plant conservation programs.
Fri, 10 Jun 2016
The Titan Formula SAE racing team is making a comeback to compete in the June 15-18 SAE International competition in Lincoln, Nebraska
Cal State Fullerton's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is offering free summer programs for music lovers.
From solar panels to politics, OLLI offers an eclectic series of lectures between June and August.
CTV NEWS CHANNEL
Cal State Fullerton political science professor Stephen Stambough reacts to Hillary Clinton winning the Democratic nomination following Tuesday's round of primaries.
Thu, 09 Jun 2016
Professor of Art Mike McGee will receive the Helena Modjeska Cultural Legacy Award for his contributions to the arts.
Wed, 08 Jun 2016
The Osher Lifelong Institute is hosting free TED Talks this summer at the CSUF Ruby Gerontology Center.
Ofir Turel, Cal State Fullerton professor of information systems and decision sciences, part of team looking at video game addition and health effects.
Graduate student Vi Pham is assisting Yuying Tsong, an assistant professor in human services, with research concerning Vietnamese American older adults.
Looking for a place where your children can have fun and a fulfilling summer experience? Cal State Fullerton is the one-stop place for programs in art, math, writing and sports for kids from kindergarten through 12th grade.
Teachers helping teachers develop successful strategies to support the academic achievement of first-generation college students is the goal of a new three-day institute being offered by the Faculty Development Center.
Education faculty member Sharon V. Chappell is facilitating a "Welcoming Schools Summer Institute" for teachers, focusing on creating safer elementary school climates by addressing bias-based bullying, gender inclusion and family diversity.
José L. Cruz , CSUF’s provost and vice president for academic affairs, discusses the University’s progress toward achieving the goals set in the five-year academic plan.
NBC NEWS LATINO
Anthony Rendon, speaker of the California Assembly and a Cal State Fullerton alum, discusses his role as one the top Latinos in state politics.
Spring Concert features Porter Robinson and Rae Sremmurd
For her graduate research on the impacts Olympia oyster bed restoration may have on eelgrass beds, Sara Briley is this year's recipient of the 2016 Giles T. Brown Outstanding Thesis Award.
Tue, 07 Jun 2016
CSUF students discuss how they follow presidential candidates via social media.
Mon, 06 Jun 2016
Cal State Fullerton students collaborated with the foster youth advocacy group Together We Rise, hosting the first Arts 4 Foster Love event at the Village Art Center in Fullerton.
Cal State Fullerton is moving ahead with solar power and expanding the array of solar panels that harness the force of the sun to power lights, computers, air conditioning and other campus equipment.
Fri, 03 Jun 2016
Two recent publications, featuring the work of CSUF faculty, have won prizes. Terri Snyder was the author and Wendy Grieb was the illustrator of two award-winning books.
Thu, 02 Jun 2016
Irena Praitis is translating 10 works of Lithuanian poet Sonata Paliulyte this summer. The project is being underwritten by a CSUF junior/senior research grant.
Mark Mantey, co-director of the Sales Leadership Center in Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, discusses the promising field of sales from retail outlets to B2B sales and major corporations.
For the third year in a row, Mihaylo College of Business and Economics' Applied Securities Analysis Program has presented a gift to the college's Tutoring Center.
Professor of Music Bongshin Ko is leading a group of music students and alumni in a concert series.
Titans softball finished the season with 45 wins, the most since the 2002 season.
No. 21 Cal State Fullerton will travel to the Starkville Regional hosted by Mississippi State for the 70th annual NCAA Division I Baseball Championship,
Cal State Fullerton golf is developing young players and making strides in competitions.
CSUF's Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana hosts "Celebración Familiar de 'Titans,'" a Spanish-language preview of orientation welcoming new students and their families.
Wed, 01 Jun 2016
Graduate Kelsey Brewer shares her story of finding a confident voice and speaking for others.
Heritage Museum of Orange County in Santa Ana and CSUF’s Center for Oral and Public History have partnered to create “Taking a Stand: Legacies of Latina Activism in Southern California.”
The Orange County Register interviews Zoe Sullivan, recently of Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, about how she she got the Mihaylo career mentoring program off the ground last year.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Cal State Fullerton Army ROTC cadets will use the Roy Lopez Army ROTC Obstacle Course, a military-grade obstacle course, for physical training and conditioning, team building and leadership.
Cal State Fullerton’s Startup Incubator assist local entrepreneurs by making a number of resources available to them, including guest speakers.
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