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California State University, Fullerton celebrates its diverse student population through a series of cultural recognition events in May leading up to Commencement 2017.
Thu, 27 Apr 2017
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Hunter Hargraves, assistant professor of cinema and television arts, discusses the looming May 1 deadline for scribes and studios to agree on a new contract.
More than 10,000 Titans — graduates and candidates for graduation — are eligible to participate in Cal State Fullerton's May 20-21 commencement ceremonies. Attendees are expected to number more than 60,000 during the weekend festivities.
Students in Cal State Fullerton’s McNair Scholars program will be sharing their research during a Saturday, May 6, public symposium at the University’s Golleher Alumni House.
CSUF President Mildred García shares the powerful story of how her predecessor, Milton Gordon, pursued a lifelong journey grounded in the one true solution to violence, injustice and intolerance: education.
Thanks to an app devised by an assistant professor in Geological Sciences, taking a field trip in the palm of one's hand is possible.
Wed, 26 Apr 2017
Student conducts research to conclude that fear is what drives people to “monsterize” those who don’t fit traditional classifications of male and female.
LA TImes / Daily Pilot
Cal State Fullerton Center for Demographic Research provides data on changing hours for childcare needs.
CSUF graduate student Sarah Rahman hopes to assist youth in the South Asian American and Muslim communities.
Titans are gearing up for this weekend's 2017 Baja SAE California student competition with their overhauled fast and reliable off-road vehicle.
Two Cal State Fullerton graduates recognized in their respective fields are returning to their alma mater as Commencement 2017’s keynote speakers.
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
Mourners gather to celebrate the life and legacy of Milton A. Gordon.
Tue, 25 Apr 2017
Industry insiders and alumni share insights from newsrooms, boardrooms and the ever-changing digital desk during the 39th annual student-run conference.
The Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History’s “Voces de Liberación” shares the stories of Latina leaders who lobby for representation and justice.
Whether it is 4 a.m., noon or midnight, students looking for a break from studies or a quiet place to focus have opportunities galore during spring finals.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
The legacy of the university’s longest-serving president is described in his obituary.
Mon, 24 Apr 2017
Since 1988, golfers have enjoyed the fun and competition of an annual golf tournament that benefits first-generation and low-income college students.
CSUF professor Kay Stanton presents a May 6 talk based on her new book, "Shakespeare's 'Whores': Erotics, Politics and Poetics."
Kiran George learned of his selection for the University's Shields Award by President Mildred García April 13, when she announced it during one of his classes.
Thu, 20 Apr 2017
The April 21 workshop features pathologist Margaret Perkins as keynote speaker and discussions and training on augmentative and alternative communication devices.
Four individuals who have demonstrated excellence in executive leadership are among the honorees at the Leadership Awards luncheon hosted Friday, May 5, by Cal State Fullerton's Center for Leadership.
The latest Center for Family Business workshop will focus on how local business compare with others in the region, the nation and internationally.
Wed, 19 Apr 2017
Milton Gordon, president of CSUF from 1990 to 2012, passed away Tuesday after a lengthy illness. He was 81.
Cal State Fullerton economists Anil Puri and Mira Farka will analyze recent trends and share their views on which policy proposals from the Trump Administration and Congress are likely to pass, what the impact may be, and risks for the economy during the Thursday, April 27, Spring Economic Forecast.
The man who led Cal State Fullerton into prominence as one of the nation’s most inclusive senior institutions of higher learning has died.
Tue, 18 Apr 2017
Recent graduate discovered that crocodilians lived here much more recently than previous researchers had established.
Los Angeles Times, Hoy
President Trump has sparked a new debate over immigration and assimilation.
Orange County’s congressional races are attracting large donations from both parties.
Seventeen Cal State Fullerton undergraduates and graduate-level students were recognized with this year's Outstanding Student Scholarly and Creative Activities Awards during an April 12 program held as part of Student Creative Activities and Research Day.
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
CSUF alumnus Amber Deister joined Columbia Business School in 2014 to help future business leaders graduate and succeed.
Mon, 17 Apr 2017
A new partnership with the Mexican Consulate in Santa Ana was celebrated as the embodiment a joint commitment to student success.
Cal State Fullerton students, faculty and staff celebrated Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month with a reception hosted by President Mildred García.
Computer engineering professor Kiran George is this year's recipient of the L. Donald Shields Excellence in Scholarship and Creativity Award.
Fri, 14 Apr 2017
Brady Heiner, assistant professor of philosophy, spearheaded the CSU systemwide expansion of the education access program for formerly incarcerated individuals.
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Healthy Neighborhoods celebrates one year of achievements addressing disparities in health and education in local communities while providing students with valuable hands-on learning experiences.
Biochemistry professor Maria C. Linder celebrates 40 years of service and has no plans to retire. She will continue working on her nationally recognized research and mentoring students in her lab.
The National Science Foundation has awarded the University a nearly $3 million grant to support the teaching and learning of mathematics in middle schools and high schools.
Part of what makes CSUF strong, according to Cliff Cramp, professor of art, is "employing working professionals who can see what's out in the real world and bring it back to class.”
Thu, 13 Apr 2017
A student enjoys the classes and the friendly atmosphere of the CSUF Irvine Campus, where he is pursuing a degree in business administration.
More than 2,000 special athletes and 3,000-plus high school and university volunteers will join in the celebration of the Goodwill of OC/Faley Special Games - Kathleen E. & Jack Faley Memorial Friday, April 21, at Cal State Fullerton.
ORANGE COAST MAGAZINE
The Fullerton Arboretum hosts its annual Green Scene plant sale, a 43-year tradition.
Nursing students organize drive to collect feminine hygiene products for the needy and raise awareness about pending legislation.
CSUF alumnus Jubilant Sykes, often referred to as one of America's greatest baritones, returned to campus this week to share his experiences and mentor music students.
Selling online is nothing new but now two Titans have joined in, teaming up with others to form Swaggle, a mobile application that matches interested buyers with resellers of gently used men's fashions.
Wed, 12 Apr 2017
The John D. Cooper Archaeological and Paleontological Center, in partnership with OC Parks, will host a free educational family event about science and Orange County's rich natural history April 29 at Irvine Regional Park.
Tue, 11 Apr 2017
Caltech's Nobel laureate and organic chemist Robert H. Grubbs will deliver a free public lecture April 13 on campus.
Will games, piano lessons or a program that helps small businesses ship their products be the winning business plan? Come see the finalists April 14 at CSUF's Business Plan Competition.
Cal State Fullerton has garnered more than $2 million in grants and contracts through the third quarter of the academic year ending March 30.
Mon, 10 Apr 2017
Cal State Fullerton’s Applied Security Analysis Program (ASAP) is increasing its annual distribution to the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, doubling the amount that it has previously given in support of the college’s Tutoring Center.
Fri, 07 Apr 2017
Under the theme of “Break the Mold,” Arts Week kicks off on Sunday, April 9, with productions of “Tallgrass Gothic” and “The Merry Wives of Windsor” and, following a full week of activities, culminates in the College of the Arts’ annual ice cream social.
Sister Callista Roy, creator of the Adaptation Model of Nursing, gives a free, public talk April 27 at Cal State Fullerton.
Annual event also features panel discussions on graduate school and finding internships.
In conjunction with National DNA Day, CSUF's Pollak Library hosts an April 25 workshop focusing on family history research.
Thu, 06 Apr 2017
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García met with U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and staff on Tuesday to discuss education policy and the University’s particular success in improving graduation rates, narrowing the achievement gap, and preparing students for the workforce and graduate school.
The interim dean of the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics discusses the partnership with Irvine Valley College, which provides students interested in a career in accounting with the ability to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees in five years.
Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics hosts the April 28-29 Titan Capital Management Student Investment Conference, “Sifting Through the Noise.”
Graduate and undergraduate students are working with biological science faculty mentor Veronica Jimenez to find treatment options for a parasitic infection.
CSUF students are helping residents work out at parks in Buena Park, Fullerton, La Habra and Placentia.
Wed, 05 Apr 2017
A student-installed exhibit explores the history of women’s tattoos with a focus on Native Americans, circus performers and socialites.
CSUF students explore how urban youth used American icons to forge an alternative identity. The students’ presentations on their research at the recent American Studies Student Association Symposium are featured in an Orange County Register story.
CSUF Flying Samaritans brings free medical care to El Hongo, Mexico.
Students from area high schools are flexing their business knowledge and acumen, getting ready for this year's Olympiad for Financial Literacy, Economics and Business sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's Center for Economic Education.
The exhibition opens Saturday, April 8, and includes some of Coleman's older works, as well as his latest, "Doorway to Joe" and "Doorway to Whitney."
One of the most commonly diagnosed mental disorders, depression is the theme of this year's World Health Day on April 7.
Tue, 04 Apr 2017
Programs that focus on how to live and work in a more sustainable world, including a bike festival, commuter fair and farmers market, will be held in celebration of Earth Week at Cal State Fullerton.
Contemporary poets Jennifer Givhan, Phillip B. Williams and Amy Uyematsu will share their work during an April 18 poetry reading event in the Pollak Library. A community reading will follow.
Mon, 03 Apr 2017
Professor of Music Robert Istad is stepping in as conductor of the chorale as John Alexander bids adieu to the organization after 45 years.
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