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Quality of education, affordability and outcomes have earned Cal State Fullerton a top spot in Money magazine’s annual list.
Fri, 17 Aug 2018
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Ryan Gauthier, a member of Titan Rover, traveled to Utah with other Titans to build and test a Mars Exploration Rover.
Fifteen students traveled to one of the world's happiest countries this summer to learn about its progressive food and social justice policies.
Graduate student Calvin Duncan's research on fertility control of the bison population wins one of the university’s most prestigious student awards.
Cal State Fullerton won two top awards at the Cal State 2018 Tech Conference earlier this month.
Thu, 16 Aug 2018
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
The Friday, Aug. 24, forum brings together professionals from the entertainment arts and technology fields to teach students about the growing range of in-demand career options available in entertainment technology.
A summer study abroad trip to Barcelona reached beyond cultural sites to learning leadership and working with NGOs to help immigrants transition to a new life in Spain.
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CSUF associate professor Pablo Costa explains four habits that help avoid exercise's most common injuries: sprains and strains.
Today's opening of the much-anticipated film “Crazy Rich Asians” puts Cal State Fullerton in a scene-pleasing spotlight.
Cal State Fullerton is featured in an Orange County Register article about its recent win in the large-school division of @ForbesEDU #MyTopCollege social media campaign.
Wed, 15 Aug 2018
In CSUF's “Mountain Field Geography” class, students travel to California national parks to look for climate clues in the trees.
Tue, 14 Aug 2018
When Angela Williamson was a student, a series of opportunities paved the way for "My Life With Rosie," her documentary about civil rights hero Rosa Parks.
Mon, 13 Aug 2018
Christina Chin, assistant professor of sociology, discuses how the new film "Crazy Rich Asians" is more than a movie about money and wealth, to one that explores universal themes.
Cal State Fullerton wins the large division category of the annual social media competition over Cal State Long Beach.
Thirty business students traveled to Hong Kong and China for a course on strategic management. Instead of a textbook, they spent two weeks abroad learning firsthand.
The new director of Mihaylo College’s Gianneschi Center for Nonprofit Research is tapping his background in teaching and nonprofit management for his new post.
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Tyler D. Parry, associate professor of African American studies, discusses his essay "A Brief History of the 'Black Friend."
Cal State Fullerton's University Honors Program offers its first study abroad experience.
Fri, 10 Aug 2018
Cal State Fullerton faculty members headline the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's fall Eclectics lecture series, beginning Sept. 11.
Thu, 09 Aug 2018
During the California Teachers Summit held on campus July 27, Master Teacher Fellow Susie Min shared her insights about the opportunities brought about by problems.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Guardian Scholars, the first-of-its-kind program in California that has helped scores of emancipated foster youth like alumnus Laron Brown, the 2009 Big West Conference high jump champion, earn a college degree.
Wed, 08 Aug 2018
Recent graduate Thabat Dahdoul envisions applying her passion for math and statistics to furthering public health.
Tue, 07 Aug 2018
Cal State Fullerton’s Project Rebound, in partnership with A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project, has introduced a housing initiative to support students in achieving their higher education goals.
Coached by Toyota managers, Mihaylo interns apply problem-solving skills to improve a manufacturer’s on-time deliveries.
Jumping into campus life as president of Cal State Fullerton, Fram Virjee calls on Titans to have “more swagger” and to advocate for their alma mater.
Mon, 06 Aug 2018
Cassie Chang of the College of Communications is one of 10 students to receive a $10,000 Nikon Storytellers Scholarship.
Kevin Rohani remembers a momentous moment as a junior at CSUF and how it, along with his Titan education, led to a successful career in hospitality.
Fri, 03 Aug 2018
The College of the Arts' painting and drawing program strikes the right balance between conceptual and technical skill-building — and alumni such as Chris Gwaltney and Gabriela Castillo are a testament to this formula.
How can those who oversee and teach in the humanities alert prospective majors that students who earn humanities degrees can find meaningful and remunerative work after graduation?
Thu, 02 Aug 2018
This academic year, 14 new CSUF students are joining the Guardian Scholars Program and have been awarded full scholarships to help them earn their college degree.
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