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Opera star and alumna Deborah Voigt will offer a 7 p.m. master class Monday, June 8, at Clayes Performing Arts Center's Meng Concert Hall.
Fri, 22 May 2015
Six months after completing the Epicenter University Innovation Fellows program, Cal State Fullerton business majors Amerika Bernal and Cristian Sanchez are staying focused and on task, creating student connections and collaborations on projects throughout campus.
For his outstanding service, commitment to serve humanity and academic achievements, biological science alumnus Matthew Schroeder is this year's recipient of the Miles D. McCarthy Health Professions Undergraduate Award.
A team of mechanical engineering students will race their designed and built Baja off-roading vehicle through mud and dirt, climbing hills and rocks, in a May 27-30 Baja Society of Automotive Engineers competition in Portland, Oregon.
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Cal State Fullerton’s School of Nursing recently celebrated its 40th anniversary with a luncheon attended by some of the school’s students, faculty, staff and alumni. Since 1990, the school has graduated more than 3,300 students.
Thu, 21 May 2015
Perry Webster looks young enough to still be playing. At 26, he is one of the youngest community college basketball coaches in the state and the second-youngest first-year coach in Fullerton College history. Formerly a Cal State Fullerton letter winner, Webster is returning to the city responsible for some of his greatest memories.
MSNBC anchor Richard Lui had unusual advice Saturday for graduates at Cal State Fullerton. “We should be ready to cut hair,” Lui said. Lui was keynote speaker for the first half of the university’s commencement ceremony, which has been split into two days to accommodate this year’s class of nearly 11,000 graduates.
Cal State Fullerton faculty member Jule Selbo is author of a play currently in production at Theatre West in Los Angeles.
Business and community leaders will take part in a fun day of golf while supporting Cal State Fullerton business administration students at the 21st annual Mihaylo College Golf Classic June 22.
Julián Castro, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Sunday noted the importance of federal financial aid programs and encouraged Cal State Fullerton students to do their part to ensure that the United States remains “the undisputed land of opportunity.” Castro, who has been mentioned as a potential vice-presidential candidate for the Democratic Party, spoke during the second day of commencement activities at CSUF
Wed, 20 May 2015
Cal State Fullerton senior left-hander Tyler Peitzmeier remembers one of his first team meetings his freshman year. Rick Vanderhook, a former Titan assistant coach and player, had just taken over the reigns of the program. “One of the first things (Vanderhook) said was, ‘We will beat Long Beach,’” Peitzmeier said, remembering a statement that seemed more of a mandate than a prediction.
For biology alumnus and doctoral student David Lin, his Cal State Fullerton graduate research experiences and faculty mentorship not only helped him write his thesis on the public health problem of antibiotic-resistant infections and further his education, but also earned him the 2015 Giles T. Brown Outstanding Thesis Award.
Longtime Cal State Fullerton donor and supporter Joe Hammer died April 25.
A daylong workshop for teachers from throughout California will be held Aug. 1 at Cal State Fullerton.
The College of Education is scheduled for a November 2015 accreditation review by the National Council of Accreditation of Teacher Education. Federal regulations require that accrediting agencies allow for public comment on the qualifications of institutions or programs under consideration for first or continuing accreditation.
Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics has been awarded a $2.2 million U.S. Small Business Administration contract to continue to oversee the SBA’s regional small-business development network for Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Tue, 19 May 2015
Amy Kremer '14 (M.A. American studies), an instructor at Mt. San Antonio Community College in Walnut, is one of the recipients of the 2015 Giles T. Brown Outstanding Thesis Award.
Cal State Fullerton's Academic Senate elected its new executive committee this week. Emily Bonney, associate professor of liberal studies, was named chair.
Students in Communications 451, Advertising Campaigns, are gaining real-world experience by designing interactive marketing campaigns for real clients, including Titan Athletics and Sanuk, a global lifestyle brand known for its footwear.
Spirits were high as about 10,000 Titans — graduates and candidates for graduation — participated in Cal State Fullerton’s May 16-17 commencement ceremonies.
Cal State Fullerton will be going brown — briefly — in response to the state's current drought conditions. The result is a whole lot less grass but a lot more drought-resistant ground cover. The action is a result of a mandatory water order announced April 1 by Gov. Jerry Brown.
May 11, 2015
Sat, 16 May 2015
John Gavin seized every opportunity he could to compete. His middle-school classmates nicknamed him “one-man team” because he’d do almost anything to will his squad to victory during physical-education classes. By high school he’d try to be the first person to finish exams and the first athlete to cross the finish line during sprints. Now a freshman left-hander for Cal State Fullerton’s baseball team, Gavin is no different on the mound.
A gallery of photos taken at the Chicano/Latino and Native American Cultural Graduation Celebration held Saturday, May 9 at Cal State Fullerton.
The Fullerton Arboretum will be the site of “Early Summer Celebration,” a cooking class centered around early summer produce and ingredients. The class will teach attendees how to prepare dinner using fruits and vegetables that can be grown in their own gardens.
Are parents’ views of their children as more special and entitled than other children leading to a growing number of narcissistic individuals? A recent study thinks it just might be so. The study, “Origins of narcissism in children” and published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, attempted to determine the origin of child narcissism in children ages 7 to 12.
Kathryn Dickson, professor of biological science at California State University, has focused much of her research on endothermy in fish. Endothermy refers to an organism’s ability to generate heat to maintain its body temperature well above that of the external environment. Her research figures prominently in the Washington Post’s coverage of “the first fully warm-blooded fish.”
Fri, 15 May 2015
For his community service, scholarly activities and commitment to the health professions, graduating biological science scholar David Eng has earned two of the highest University student honors: the Kenneth L. Goodhue-McWilliams and the Alumni Association's Outstanding Senior awards. He will be recognized at Friday's Honors and Scholars Awards Program and will participate in Sunday's commencement ceremonies.
Thu, 14 May 2015
With the fastest time of 22.01 seconds, electrical engineering students Benjamin Gonzalez and Christopher Suh won first place in the May "Natcar CSUF" competition at Fullerton College. Next: "Natcar UC Davis" on May 23.
Cal State Fullerton’s annual Spring Concert May 2 brought musical guests to the stage, including Ludacris, Tyga, CSUF Battle of the Bands winner One 11 and Battle of the DJs winner Cascio.
The Orange County Register's coverage of Commencement 2015 began in mid-May with profiles of five Cal State Fullerton students who are graduating this year.
Cal State Fullerton alumna Dawn Foor doesn’t just see an abundance of T-shirts hanging on a line during an Orange County Clothesline Project event. Instead, she sees people and each of their unique stories. “To me, those shirts are like looking at people’s souls,” Foor said.
More than 60,000 people are expected to attend commencement ceremonies at Cal State Fullerton this weekend, in which 10,715 students are candidates. Those who are unable to attend can view the ceremonies online on the CSUF website, as well as on cable TV in Fullerton, Placentia, Santa Ana and Seal Beach. Ceremonies may also be heard on Titan Internet Radio
No matter where you are on the field, you can probably hear Fullerton lacrosse coach Mike Ansel hollering: “One more!” Ansel instills in his players that they must look up at each other while running down the field, insisting that there’s always “one more” pass to be made to maximize the best shot on a possession.
Wed, 13 May 2015
CSUF hosts an Open House to welcome new Titan families. Event includes a Spanish-language preview of important information, details on what to expect at the New Parent and Family Orientation, entertainment and more.
Tue, 12 May 2015
A computer-based electric wheelchair controlled by using thoughts and facial expressions, a motorcycle anti‐theft system that notifies suspicious movement via mobile phone and an automated machine that prepares burgers with a smartphone app will be among computer engineering student projects demonstrated from noon to 2 p.m. Friday, May 15, in Room 221 of the Engineering Building.
The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications has reaccredited the Communications Department undergraduate program.
Alumni Association selects Vanessa Rojo as the 2015 Outstanding Graduate Student.
Mon, 11 May 2015
Robert Istad, professor of music and director of choral studies, will make his conducting debut at Segerstrom Center Concert Hall on May 17.
Almost 1,100 people cheered, stomped their feet and gave standing ovations to Emmy-nominated Laverne Cox, who spoke to students May 6 at the Titan Gym.
Facilities Operations has installed an outdoor water bottle refilling station on campus. It joins several such fountains located in buildings throughout campus.
Three CSUF students presented papers at the Popular Culture and American Culture Association Conference in New Orleans.
Geologist and volcano expert Vali Memeti is taking five undergraduate geology majors to the foothills of the Andes and the Altiplano-Puna in northwestern Argentina to conduct fieldwork through geologic mapping on intrusive and volcanic magma systems.
More than 10,000 Titans — graduates and candidates for graduation — are eligible to participate in Cal State Fullerton's May 16-17 commencement ceremonies. Attendees are expected to number more than 60,000 during the weekend festivities.
Cal State Fullerton's Latin Ensemble receives an Outstanding Performance Award from DownBeat magazine’s 38th annual Student Music Awards.
University honors graduating guardian scholars
Fri, 08 May 2015
Only a junior, a redheaded righthander named Thomas Eshelman, could break the record for lowest number of walks and make baseball history -- he has that much control,
Students and alumni joined current, former and founding faculty members in celebration of four decades of accomplishments at the School of Nursing's 40th Anniversary Luncheon.
Laverne Cox, a transgender actress who plays a transgender inmate in a women‘s prison on TV’s “Orange is the New Black,” told an enthusiastic 1,000-strong audience at Cal State Fullerton Wednesday night to “not be gender police” and to “allow people to express their gender in ways that feel most authentic to them.”
As part of her "Ain't I a Woman?" speaking tour, Laverne Cox spoke at Cal State Fullerton on Wednesday, May 6 about how the intersection of race, class, and gender contributes to our complex identities and how trans people in particular are affected. Part-personal and part-TED-Talk-like lecture, Cox's speech aimed to empower LGBT members while helping others understand the LGBT experience.
Working Wardrobes, a nonprofit specializing in helping people overcome difficult challenges find meaningful employment and achieve self-sufficiency, recently asked celebrities and influential business leaders to share their first paycheck stories as part of the nonprofit's newly launched The Power of a Paycheck campaign which funds critical skills training for the unemployed and under-employed in our community. Story tellers include Dr. Mildred Garcia, President of California State University, Fullerton.
As a 17-year-old electrical engineering sophomore who had stumbled into the Model United Nations, the geographical limitations of my minor status were negligible compared with the intellectual vistas ripe for exploration at the National Model UN Conference in New York City that spring.
This year Donohue, a human communications major with a minor in business-entrepreneurship, decided to take her past experience and mold it into Garage Gains, a nonprofit run by herself and six other CSUF student volunteers enrolled in the university’s entrepreneurship program.
Cal State Fullerton and its partners in the Santa Ana Partnership were recently awarded a $5 million Award for Innovation in Higher Education by Gov. Jerry Brown. The partnership, formed in 1983, is an educational collaboration between CSUF, UC Irvine, Santa Ana College and the Santa Ana Unified School District that focuses on increasing higher education access for low-income and underrepresented students.
Kicking off a week-long schedule of movies, lectures, panels, performances and exhibits, the third annual Cal State Fullerton Arts Week, “With Hearts Wide Open,” opened with live music from the campus’ Latin Ensemble and food at the Fullerton Arboretum on April 12.
More than 2,500 special athletes from local schools and 4,000 volunteers gathered on the Cal State Fullerton campus on May 1 for the 30th Annual Kathleen E. Faley Memorial CSUF Special Games. The students participated in a number of sporting events, including a football throw, basketball hoop toss, bean bag toss, 50-yard dash, volleyball and more.
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Entrepreneurship held an open house April 29 at the new CSUF Startup Incubator in Placentia. Located in a 900-square-foot facility at 120 S. Bradford Ave., the incubator is "an extension of what we do in the classroom," said John Bradley Jackson, center director.
Cal State Fullerton’s Titan Student Union was inundated with a sea of cultural celebrations on April 27 as part of the fifth annual Culture Couture Celebration, hosted by the Associated Students Inc.’s Association for InterCultural Awareness, or AICA. More than 400 people attended the event, which aimed to showcase and offer educational insight into the cultural clubs and organizations at CSUF.
The Symphonic Winds group at Cal State Fullerton will perform a variety of pieces for an end-of-year performance, including pieces by Karel Husa, Charles Ives, Gustav Holst, Samuel Barber and John Mackey.
David Olmedo-Barrera was subject to room checks as a kid. Clean? He passed. Dirty? He’d be placed on “probation” with a list of conditions that followed. With a mother who worked as a judge, a father as a Secret Service agent and a stepfather as a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy — Olmedo-Barrera quickly learned discipline.
Now a starting pitcher for Cal State Fullerton’s softball team, Christina Washington got into the sport and has made a name for herself right from the beginning.
Dr. Raman Menon Unnikrishnan, dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at California State University Fullerton, was recently honored by the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce as the “Educator of the Year.”
A Cal State Fullerton professor who was born in Nepal will head back to the country next week to co-lead a group researching potential post-earthquake hazards and building integrity.
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Comic books, science fiction, rare finds, poetry, and the history of Cal State Fullerton are just the tip of the iceberg awaiting patrons at Pollak Library’s University Archives and Special Collections. Created in 1967, the collection’s focus is to reserve and provide access to special collections, including local history, first editions, and even rare volumes about fresh-water angling.
President Mildred García is front and center in WorkingWardrobe's current campaign to inspire others by showcasing influential people telling the story of their first paycheck.
Thu, 07 May 2015
Want to learn more about bullying and what you can do about it? University Extended Education is offering a monthlong online course.
In a dialogue on "Just Societies and Healthy Communities: Campus and Community Partnerships," sponsored by the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, President Mildred García challenged her fellow educators: “What role does education play in changing our society? We, in higher education, need to ask ourselves some hard questions. What role do we play to ensure that all voices are heard, not just those of the powerful?”
Fifteen President’s Scholars will be graduating this year — continuing a tradition that began 36 years ago when Cal State Fullerton began the scholars program. Since its start, more than 400 students have graduated from the merit-based program.
Two Cal State Fullerton video game teams have been selected as finalists in the Saturday, May 9, IEEE GameSIG Intercollegiate Computer Game Showcase.
Wed, 06 May 2015
Graduating scholars in the Southern California Ecosystems Research Program (SCERP) will present their research projects Friday, May 8, at Titan Student Union.
In the inaugural Orange County Spaghetti Bridge Competition, Cal State Fullerton civil engineering students took first place with a pasta bridge holding 44 pounds — the most of any competing entry.
With its single-engine, box-wing aircraft "Big Frank," Cal State Fullerton's Titan Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) team captured sixth place overall at the April SAE Aero Design West competition in Van Nuys.
Three Cal State Fullerton students recently brought home honors from the 29th annual California State University Student Research Competition.
For mathematics professor Scott Annin, his scholarship, excellence in teaching, student mentorship and service add up to one Cal State Fullerton top faculty honor: the 2015 Outstanding Professor Award.
Tue, 05 May 2015
A renowned scholar in the field of location analysis, Zvi Drezner, was honored May 4 with the Cal State Fullerton L. Donald Shields Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activity Award.
Students from CSUF's nursing program will take part in a pinning ceremony.
For almost four decades, communicators in such fields as journalism, public relations, advertising, film and more, arrive on campus to participate in a weeklong series of lectures, programs, viewings and receptions known as Comm Week.
Cal State Fullerton civil engineer Binod Tiwari will co-lead a team of 11 geotechnical experts to Nepal, following the powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake that hit the country April 25, killing more than 5,000 and destroying homes, temples and other historic buildings.
Mon, 04 May 2015
Pollak Library is offering 24/7 hours for studying and extra study space for students through Friday, May 15. To enter the library after 11 p.m., student identifications are required.
President Mildred García welcomed University and community members to a reception celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islanders' cultures, achievements and legacies.
Cal State Fullerton was highlighted as one of the bright spots in efforts to close the achievement gap, according to the Campaign for College Opportunity report released yesterday.
Fri, 01 May 2015
Biological science professor William "Bill" Hoese is the recipient of Cal State Fullerton's 2015 Carol Barnes Excellence in Teaching Award.
A new report, “Finding Your Workforce: Latinos in Health,” by Excelencia in Education, ranks Cal State Fullerton among the top 25 institutions in the nation in awarding bachelor’s degrees to Latinos entering health professions and related programs.
Cal State Fullerton President García Mildred was applauded Monday night as a trailblazer, along with the five other women presidents leading campuses in the California State University system.
Cal State Fullerton accounting faculty members Betty Chavis, Glen Hatton and Randy Hoffman will be honored in August by the American Accounting Association.
Students are working on community-based research projects that center on nutrition, sustainable agricultural systems and increasing access to nutritious, safe or culturally important foods.
Cal State Fullerton honored its graduating veterans during the 8th annual Veterans Appreciation Night
Cal State Fullerton will be honoring its top graduating scholars and recent graduates, Friday, May 15, during the 2015 Honors and Scholars Awards Program.
Cal State Fullerton celebrates its diverse student population through a series of cultural recognition events leading up to Commencement 2015.
U.S. Army cadets from CSUF's Army Reserve Officer Training Corps will be commissioned May 15 as second lieutenants.
Julián Castro, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Richard Lui, an MSNBC anchor, are the keynote speakers at Cal State Fullerton Commencement 2015 ceremonies.
A campus steering committee has selected a preferred renovation scenario for Pollak Library that includes making it a cultural and social hub for students, as well as a one-stop shop for faculty teaching and technology needs.
An innovative cross-divisional collaboration between Academic Affairs and Information Technology is on track to help improve graduation rates at Cal State Fullerton. A development team from the two divisions has created the "Student Success Dashboard," an online analytical tool to alert faculty members about their students' academic progress.
Russ Espinoza, associate professor of psychology, has determined racial bias in juries' use of the death penalty.
In a partnership that strengthens global ties, Shanghai, China, has awarded a $676,721 grant to Cal State Fullerton to provide graduate-level training to 18 students from Shanghai Normal University.
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Last fall, when President Obama launched the nationwide "It's on Us" campaign to end sexual assault on university and college campuses, the students at Cal State Fullerton took notice.
More than 2,500 developmentally disabled special athletes will celebrate their achievements on the playing field during the 30th annual CSUF Special Games-Kathleen E. Faley Memorial.
A variety of summer camps, classes and other activities at Cal State Fullerton offer kids from kindergarten through 12th grade opportunities to have fun, learn new skills and make new friends during the summer.
To encourage more recycling at Cal State Fullerton, a PepsiCo Dream Machine kiosk is coming to the northeast corner of the Titan Student Union.
Cal State Fullerton's chapter of Phi Beta Delta, the international scholar honor society made up of both faculty members and students, was honored with the Eileen Evans Overall Outstanding Chapter Award
Cal State Fullerton students from all across campus, including physics major Phillipe Rodriguez, brought home 44 medals and seven awards from the State Business Leadership Conference.
The assistant professor of geography received his doctorate in geography through the joint doctoral program between University of California, Santa Barbara and San Diego State University.
Ten scholars from the McNair Scholars Program will be graduating this spring and advancing to graduate and doctoral programs all across the country.
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Leadership hosts its 2015 Leadership Awards Luncheon May 1. The annual event recognizes organizations for excellence in leadership development, as well as individuals for their executive leadership.
Resistance to antibiotics is a growing public health concern — and that's why Cal State Fullerton microbiologist María Soledad Ramírez is targeting bacteria, or superbugs, that make people sick and even die.
New mechanical engineering faculty member Joseph Piacenza is interested in designing complex infrastructure systems, such as power grids, that are minimally affected in the event of a system crash, natural disaster or a strategic attack.
Grand Central Art Center will be holding a May 2 reception for the opening of its latest exhibits: "Homeland: Jimena Sarno" and "Mediations on Digital Labor: xtine burrough." Both shows will continue through July 12 at the Santa Ana center.
Cal State Fullerton is partnering in the Green Billion Dollar Challenge.
A drone, formula-style race car, Baja racer, Mars rover, hands-free crutch, Disney bolt inspection system and all-in-one 3D printer are among the more than 20 innovative capstone, senior design and collegiate competition projects to be highlighted May 7 at the Engineering and Computer Science Student Projects Showcase and Awards.
A team of computer science majors won first place in the computer forensics category at this month's Information Technology Competition at Cal Poly Pomona.
President Mildred García was recently honored as one of five 2015 Distinguished Alumni at Columbia University, Teachers College, where she earned her doctor of education degree and a master's degree in higher education administration.
Music, art and video will be blended into live performances at the May 5 "Film as Collaborative Art Symposium: Image-Music-Text."
Students will be able to find a place to get ready for finals at any time of the day or night beginning Monday, May 4, when Associated Students kicks off their biannual All Night Study program.
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Internships and Community Engagement honored students, campus programs and community partners during the 11th annual Community Engagement Awards.
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When the tyrannosaurus rex smashed through the Porta-Potty and inhaled the lawyer, everyone else was screaming. But, as it turned out, when it comes to dinosaurs, Isaac Magallanes is not like everyone else. “I’m going to study these creatures,” the then-6-year-old thought, munching popcorn in unison with the T.rex’s powerful jaws, “just as soon as this movie’s over.”
Christina Smith, Cal State Fullerton professor of art and program coordinator for the crafts BFA, has a special, huge heart because of her job. This heart is made of reeds, held together by zip-ties and is about 3 feet tall. It’s sitting on a low filing cabinet in her office and was made by one of her students.
At the first CSUF Special Games in 1985, then-Cal Sate Fullerton student Dan Faley had his seven siblings, along with his mother and father, help him and fellow students Tom Bohen and Lisa Whaley set up for the event.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchú criticized what she called unethical corporate practices in a speech at Cal State Fullerton on April 22. Hundreds attended Menchú’s speech, in which she urged young people to become effective leaders to create change within the global community.
Cal State Fullerton students and faculty presented their ideas and research at the university’s 3rd Annual Sustainability Symposium on April 16.
Cal State Fullerton's Associated Students Inc. and the CSUF Center for Sustainability presented numerous events for Earth Week 2015, including a Farmers Market on April 22, and the OC Register has a slide show.
Cal State Fullerton physics major Phillipe Rodriguez won four business leadership awards at the State Business Leadership Conference, presented by California Phi Beta Lambda. Rodriguez won first place in financial concepts, second in project management, fourth in client service and fifth in entrepreneurship concepts.
The CSUF University Wind Symphony is performing for an end-of-semester show Saturday, May 2. The symphony performs contemporary music by American composers such as William Kraft, Donald Grantham, Dan Welcher, Karel Husa and Frank Ticheli – and the traditional concert band music of John Philip Sousa, Gustav Holst and Vaughn Williams.
The Cal State Fullerton women’s soccer team partnered with Soccer for Hope, a nonprofit cancer awareness organization, for its second consecutive “Cancer Awareness Match” on April 18.
Currently living in Argentina and competing in his first year on the PGA Tour Latinoamérica, CSUF alum Anguiano is living out a dream he’s had since his sophomore year at La Serna High School in Whittier.
Cal State Fullerton’s women’s soccer team won both the 2014 Big West regular-season championship and the Big West tournament title, advancing to the NCAA Tournament first round.
Cal State Fullerton’s water use reduction efforts are included in this story about college campuses and students taking steps to reduce water usage.
Heather Guy, a business administration major set to graduate in May, recalls how the University's diverse internship program cured her blues as a commuter student.
Tilt your head to the left and the cursor on your computer moves in that direction. Tilt your head to the right and the cursor immediately flashes across your screen to the right. Raising your eyebrows enables a left click, while hard blinking your eyes enables a right click.
Out in the Alaskan wilderness, Cal State Fullerton alumna Cindy Abbott had only her sled-racing team of 16 dogs to keep her company for nearly two weeks during the approximate 1,000-mile Iditarod.
On April 29, Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Entrepreneurship will host an open house of the university’s first business incubator, which will offer residents advice on business model validation, customer identification, formation as a legal entity, business plan revision and determination of necessary funding.
Liberty-Ann Riego, Class of 2014, b.s. health science, won the Orange County Health Care Agency’s “Public Health in Action” photo contest in the college/university category.
Pitcher plants, Venus fly-traps and certain bromeliad varieties all have an appetite for a protein-rich diet, as you will learn in a "Fun Introduction to Carnivorous Plants"
Jenny Topping didn’t want to be a good softball player. She didn’t want to be a great softball player. She wanted to be the best.
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A new report, “Finding Your Workforce: Latinos in Health,” by Excelencia in Education, ranks Cal State Fullerton among the top 25 institutions in the nation in awarding bachelor’s degrees to Latinos entering health professions and related programs.
William "Bill" Hoese, professor of biological science, is this year's recipient of Cal State Fullerton's Carol Barnes Excellence in Teaching Award.
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