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Darren R. Sandquist, an expert in desert plant ecology, is the new director of the California Desert Studies Consortium.
Fri, 24 Mar 2017
CSUF's Choral Programs began in 1960 and have been making wonderful and memorable music on their own, as well as in collaboration with orchestras, such as the Boston Pops, and with composers like John Williams. Last summer the group worked with Williams to record anew the compositions he created for some of Steven Spielberg's movies.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Grant funding assists CSUF students in their pursuit of careers as child welfare workers.
CSUF student reconnects with heritage through education, art and study abroad.
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Cal State Fullerton will host a program to honor students who serve, faculty members who develop community-engagement activities for their students, and partners who work with students and the University.
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Titan research includes studies of cyberbullying, dry-eye disease, jazz, oysters and filtration mechanics.
Thu, 23 Mar 2017
The screenwriter for “Hotel Rwanda” will discuss the history of Hollywood and storytelling tools used in film.
Alumna Pamela M. Schweitzer, the first female chief professional officer of pharmacy and assistant surgeon general in the U.S. Public Health Service, returned to her alma mater to visit with students.
Titan student civil engineers won first place in the 2017 "GeoWall" competition — the third time a CSUF team has won the national championship.
For more than a quarter of a century, Cal State Fullerton business students have been taking top honors in a national student consulting competition. This year, two teams made it to the top levels of competition.
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The California State University Board of Trustees today approved the first tuition increase since 2011. Effective fall 2017, the increase will amount to $270 for undergraduates and is expected to generate $77.5 million in net revenue.
Cal State Fullerton students joined the composer in interpretations of “Hymn to the Fallen” from the film “Saving Private Ryan” and “Dry Your Tears, Afrika” from “Amistad.”
HOY LOS ANGELES
Mathematics professor Armando M. Martinez-Cruz is the recipient of the Outstanding Latino/a Faculty in Higher Education Award.
LOS ANGELES TIMES and OTHERS
A new CSUF faculty-student study has uncovered evidence that major earthquakes from centuries ago were so violent they caused a section of Seal Beach to fall 1½ to 3 feet in a matter of seconds.
Wed, 22 Mar 2017
President Mildred García shares how Titans reach higher through High-Impact Practices.
The professor emeritus of history helped create the University’s first archive and its oral history program.
CSUF's Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research hosts an April 4 lecture, featuring panelists from the University of Chicago, LA 2024 and the LA84 Foundation.
Former U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, author of "The Art of Tough," encouraged people to not be afraid to get involved in government during her March 20 talk as part of Cal State Fullerton's Humanities and Social Sciences Week.
John L. Hoffman, chair and associate professor of educational leadership, has been recognized with a "Pillars of the Profession" award from NASPA — Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.
Tue, 21 Mar 2017
Honoring trailblazing women, President Mildred García hosts a March 23 reception featuring keynote speaker Vickie Mabry-Height, M.D., physician and author of "White Coat Secrets."
CSU Chancellor Tim White leading by example with CSU presidents such as CSUF's Mildred García.
A new economic impact analysis shows that Cal State Fullerton is a major driver of economic activity statewide.
Mon, 20 Mar 2017
A new Cal State Fullerton study shows evidence of abrupt sinking of the wetlands near Seal Beach, caused by ancient earthquakes that shook the area at least three times in the past 2,000 years, according to researchers.
While individuals often use social media to expand their circle of friends or share common experiences and news, there is a potential dark side to the equation, according to two researchers.
The American Council on Education has announced that Cal State Fullerton president Mildred García is this year's recipient of the Reginald Wilson Diversity Leadership Award.
“The Roles of Parents, Community and Educators in Supporting Vietnamese Dual Language Immersion Programs” will be presented March 29, co-hosted by CSUF's National Resource Center for Asian Languages.
Fri, 17 Mar 2017
CSUF students go on the dance floor to raise funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Thu, 16 Mar 2017
Benjamin J. Hubbard, CSUF professor emeritus of comparative religion, lends a perspective on a nation more divided than during the Vietnam anti-war protests of the late 1960s.
March 20 symposium focuses on Beyoncé, fraternity humor, racial movements and rape culture.
The alumna, who wrote the screenplays for "Maleficent," "Beauty and the Beast" and other films, will host an open forum March 21.
CSUF public relations students team up with local nonprofit organization to raise funds to combat pediatric cancer.
Wed, 15 Mar 2017
Sen. Boxer will discuss her 30-year career on The Hill and her book “The Art of Tough,” March 20.
Tue, 14 Mar 2017
A CSUF researcher is leading a two-year study of Kevin Starr's eight-volume series, "Americans and the California Dream." Starr, who served as California's state librarian for 10 years, died in January.
CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Efforts by faculty and staff members are increasing student access to experiential-learning opportunities.
The theatre arts alumna dishes on her favorite professors, shares advice for acting students and reveals what she loves about her show, “Pitch.”
Now completed, the serial opera will be released in its entirety in the spring.
Cal State Fullerton alumnus Ramsey Nijem reflects on his first full season as head strength and conditioning coach for the Sacramento Kings.
Mon, 13 Mar 2017
THE MERCURY NEWS
ParksPLATE features redwoods art by Titan Wyn Ericson.
Seven CSUF faculty members receive honors, opportunities or emeriti status.
CSUF faculty members are presenting locally on community-based and global topics.
Fri, 10 Mar 2017
Two March 18 performances at Meng Concert Hall raise funds for School of Music scholarships.
Titan Voice Joy Hoffman: Challenging the dominant narrative, for student success.
Wed, 08 Mar 2017
CSUF President Mildred García visits Christ Our Redeemer AME in Irvine to discuss the benefits of higher education, as well as the high quality and accessibility of CSUF.
Demand for Cal State Fullerton has reached an all-time high, with nearly 70,000 applications for admission received for fall 2017.
Tue, 07 Mar 2017
More than 500 students and community leaders attended the 2017 Hermanos Unidos National Leadership Conference, hosted by Cal State Fullerton.
Mon, 06 Mar 2017
Traveling exhibit stops at CSUF March 16-April 23 to share stories of the inked women in California history.
CSUF faculty and students are presenting research on wide- ranging topics across the country.
Mathematics educator Armando M. Martinez-Cruz is the recipient of the Outstanding Latino/a Faculty in Higher Education Award from the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education.
Imagine presenting a complete financial statement valuation and analysis before a panel of judges, all with years of experience in creating and reviewing such statements. That's the challenge for students in an upper-division accounting class this spring at the CSUF Irivne Campus.
Spring has sprung early with exhibits and performances, including works by Davy Sumner and Sarah Rafael García.
Fri, 03 Mar 2017
LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS
Marshall Dahlin won the first-place prize of $5,000 and more in the L.A. Opera’s college student art contest.
The Fullerton Arboretum hosts its two signature plant sales this spring, including the March 18-19 Veggiepalooza and April 22-23 Green Scene and Plant Garden Expo.
Biochemistry major Miguel Tellez has received a CSU award for his promising research in the area of women's health. After graduation in May, he's headed to Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Alison Dover draws upon her own experiences as a first-generation college student in her role as assistant professor of secondary education. "We all learn best when we feel seen, supported, encouraged and challenged,” she told the Orange County Register.
Thu, 02 Mar 2017
“We at Cal State Fullerton are all educators, and this award is a testament to our collaborative effort to build and enhance an inclusive academic environment where diversity and equity is a point of pride and excellence,” President García said about the honor.
College of Education Dean Lisa Kirtman, a former elementary school teacher, believes that partnerships are key to closing the opportunity gap for students.
Nikki Grimes will share how social justice issues influence her writing at a March 21 talk at Cal State Fullerton. The event is free and open to the public.
Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business Administration and Economics is developing a master of science program in financial engineering and risk management with evening classes targeted to working professionals.
Ceremonial swearing-in event honors CSUF alum and new Congressman Lou Correa.
Clement Guthro discusses his vision as the newly appointed dean of the Pollak Library. He arrives at CSUF March 30.
Wed, 01 Mar 2017
With a mission of teaching students to be stellar teachers, Ruth Yopp-Edwards is one of four CSU faculty members chosen this year to receive the prestigious Wang Family Excellence Award.
Adam P. Summers, an expert on fish biomechanics and consultant to Disney Pixar's "Finding Nemo" and "Finding Dory" movies, is the keynote speaker at the March 9 Natural Sciences and Mathematics Inter-Club Council Symposium. The March 8-10 event also features an alumni panel discussion and a Stem Cell Research Symposium.
Business professor Jordan Barlow is exploring what makes an online team successful — what skills, traits and tools can improve their work endeavors.
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