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Professor of Music Robert Istad's Outstanding Professor Presentation will take place Tuesday, Oct. 4, in the Clayes Performing Arts Center’s Meng Concert Hall.
Thu, 29 Sep 2016
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
President García encourages Titans to "Reach Higher" in the classroom and at the polls.
The Mihaylo College of Business and Economicsʼ Sales Leadership Center help students succeed.
CSUF's Patrons of the Library will host an Oct. 15 lecture, featuring rare book collector and bibliophile Gordon Van De Water.
“Bat Night” at Cal State Fullerton’s Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary on Oct. 15 features educational talks about bats and myths that surround them.
CSUF's Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance issues a study on the boards of directors Orange County public companies.
Wed, 28 Sep 2016
Samantha Huerta, a runner who's overcome obstacles to be a winner in life is profiled by the Orange County Register.
With a nearly $160,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, engineering faculty member Kristijan Kolozvari and his students are developing innovative simulation tools to predict the seismic performance of tall buildings.
Cal State Fullerton's WoMen's and Adult Reentry Center is accepting donations of gently used professional attire to stock its new career closet for students.
Student groups and departments are celebrating the achievements of Hispanics through a variety of programs continuing through Oct. 12.
New at Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana: Yulya Dukhovny's "Fisherman’s Dream – The World in Miniature."
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
CSUF students and faculty experts critique nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during presidential debate viewing party on campus.
Sandy G. Bond, a 25-year real estate veteran from New Zealand, brings her expertise and knowledge to Cal State Fullerton as the new director of its Real Estate and Land Use Institute (RELUI).
President Mildred García kicks off the University’s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration with a Wednesday, Oct. 5, program featuring poet, lyricist and educator Denice Frohman.
Mon, 26 Sep 2016
Weekly events including a concert, debate viewing parties and panel discussions will engage CSUF students through Election Day.
Cal State Fullerton raised nearly $22.1 million in fundraising commitments for fiscal year 2015-16.
Fri, 23 Sep 2016
Cal State Fullerton's Pollak Library is seeking exhibit proposals for the Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery through Nov. 1.
University Honors Program lecturer Jason Sexton takes leadership of 'Boom: A California Journal,' bringing the University of California Press publication to Cal State Fullerton.
Thu, 22 Sep 2016
Cal State Fullerton's EPOCHS program was honored Sept. 21 with the "Examples of Excelencia" award for graduate-level institutions by Excelencia in Education! a national organization that promotes Latino educational achievement.
Cal State Fullerton's nationally-accredited Children's Center offers a safe and educational place for infants and toddlers of students working to complete their degrees.
Min Choi, CSUF assistant professor of management, discusses the bankruptcy of Hanjin Shipping and how it can be used to teach supply chain management.
Wed, 21 Sep 2016
THE LOS ANGELES TIMES
The merger of two of the biggest movie stars still had mystique, something missing in modern Hollywood's Kardashian couples, says Vanessa Diaz, assistant professor of communications.
Many Americans watched the 2016 Summer Olympics hoping to experience the exhilaration felt by medal- winning athletes. For three Cal State Fullerton faculty members, the exhilaration comes from knowing more about the behind-the-scenes drama, politics, even protests of past games. They have researched the games, predicted them, and helped write the policies that protect the beloved competition and its athletes.
CSUF is making preparations for Project Rebound, a college program for former inmates starting in the spring of 2017.
Mon, 19 Sep 2016
Three colleges collaborate to build the new minor for students seeking careers in fields from biology and nutrition to marketing and tourism.
Connecting employers with Titan talent, CSUF's Career Center invites more than 200 companies to campus this fall.
A free, public exhibit at the Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum explores education in China and the United States.
About 4,000 friends and supporters of Cal State Fullerton gathered Saturday night to watch the University's student performers entertain during the annual Concert Under the Stars.
NEW YORK TIMES
Rod Gilfry, Class of 1981, is lauded in the New York Times for his performance.
Fri, 16 Sep 2016
Thanks to the University's GIS lab, students are gaining first-hand, high-impact experience mapping various areas of the campus, locating and identifying everything from trees and water fountains to bike paths and even trash cans.
CSUF welcomes a continent of academic leaders from Tianjin University of Finance and Economics.
Eight Cal State Fullerton graduate students are part of the 2016-17 class of California Pre-Doctoral Scholars.
The National Science Foundation has funded a CSUF pilot project to broaden participation of underrepresented students in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Thu, 15 Sep 2016
Interim provost and vice president for academic affairs, Anil Puri, shares his vision for the new school year.
Recently released numbers indicate CSUF is on track to diminish the achievement gap among students and increase graduation rates.
A Faculty Development Center institute led by faculty members in the Educational Leadership Department was geared to help faculty attendees better understand and support first-generation students.
Wed, 14 Sep 2016
Since the 1980s, Cal State Fullerton has built a strong campus culture focused on sustainability practices, not just in building and maintaining facilities and grounds, but in the classroom as well.
CSUF faculty members focus on the ethics behind decisions made by news organizations and users of social media to share emotional images of war and violence.
Tue, 13 Sep 2016
Students in Cal State Fullerton's master of public administration program will spend a year shadowing city officials from Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Seal Beach and Stanton.
In a major indication of the University’s growth and evolution as an institution on the national stage, U.S. News & World Report, in its most recent rankings released today, heralds Cal State Fullerton as a top “national university.” The University previously had been included in the much narrower “regional universities” category.
Mon, 12 Sep 2016
CSUF health science faculty member with a doctorate in economics explains the impact of the soda tax on consumers.
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Successful Aging hosts a two-day conference Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, bringing together academic and industry experts in the field of aging.
Students will soon be able to take advantage of an expanded Titan Student Union with additional space to study, relax and meet between classes at Cal State Fullerton.
In partnership with the St. Jude Medical Center's Golden Hearts Group, Cal State Fullerton's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute presents three medical series this fall.
Interdisciplinary series begins Sept. 13 with a musical journey led by Stan Breckenridge.
Fri, 09 Sep 2016
Through the month of September, CSUF's Housing and Residence Life is asking its 1,900 residents to consider donating one of their guest meals to students in need.
CSUF's Titan Recreation offers a series of CPR and first aid classes from the American Red Cross.
A two-year old program is helping about 100 migrant farmworkers realize their education dreams.
Educational technology expert Tim Green discusses securing K-12 classrooms to keep young students safe online.
President García reflects on how the U.S. women's gymnastic team reminds her of our CSUF students.
College of Health and Human Development
Nina Hsieh, a Cal State Fullerton kinesiology graduate, was named assistant athletic trainer for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Cal State Fullerton has welcomed 14 former foster youth to the campus as this year’s class of incoming Guardian Scholars.
Thu, 08 Sep 2016
This month, 19 new President’s Scholars joined Cal State Fullerton’s student body. As President's Scholars, they hold the most prestigious status the University accords to incoming students.
Featuring research from several CSUF faculty members, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute presents a variety of free, public talks this fall.
Wed, 07 Sep 2016
Chinese World Journal
Scholars from Shanghai University are being mentored by CSUF faculty members in the College of Education over the next six months.
From edible flowers to composting basics, the Fullerton Arboretum will host a variety of educational programs this fall.
To promote local health research and collaboration, health science faculty Sora Park Tanjasiri and Maria Koleilat will speak at the 4th annual Orange County Women's Health Summit on Oct. 21.
Tue, 06 Sep 2016
CSUF students are invited to discover international opportunities that meet their academic and financial goals at the Sept. 8 Study Abroad Fair.
Visiting scholars from colleges and universities in Shanghai, China, will be mentored by faculty members in the College of Education during their six-month stay.
Fri, 02 Sep 2016
Cal State Fullerton will host its signature fundraising event Sept. 17.
Mikyong Kim-Goh, professor of social work, comments on the stigma about mental illness rooted in Korean culture.
The nation’s many musical genres are featured at Concert Under the Stars 2016.
Thu, 01 Sep 2016
Freshman Destiny You, enrolled in the Finish in Four Scholars Program, envisions what's needed to complete her bachelor's degree in cinema and television arts by 2020.
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