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A dozen students from Cal State Fullerton will experience something in the fall most Americans haven't been able to do in 50 years – live in Cuba.
Thu, 02 Jul 2015
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This fall, when incoming freshmen come to campus, some will be joining not only the University and the college where they major — they will join one of six learning communities.
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Forbes magazine has launched its second annual #MyTopCollege campaign to help celebrate campus pride by encouraging students and alumni to share the reasons they love their alma mater. Last year, Cal State Fullerton emerged as the nation's No. 1 college, and the plan is to keep that title.
Geology major Isaac Magallanes has been selected for a summer internship as part of the Panama Canal Project-Partnerships for International Research and Education, where he is conducting research focusing on the collection fossils.
Cal State Fullerton baseball is in Gwangju City, Korea, representing the United States in the 2015 World University Games from July 3-14.
After five long years, I had finally earned a seat at the graduation ceremony. Having been the first in my family to attend and now graduate from a university, I couldn’t help but feel overjoyed. I also couldn’t help thinking that in less than 24 hours I would be on a flight to Brazil.
Wed, 01 Jul 2015
Isaac Salazar has served as Cal State Fullerton’s director of strength and conditioning since February 2012. He works with all Titan sports teams, even traveling with the baseball team during its College World Series run in June.
Miriam Morua, a biological science graduate student at Cal State Fullerton with a specialization in plant physiology, is looking to find the most efficient way to irrigate plants.
Psychology professor Nancy Segal, director of the Twin Studies Center, comments on challenges twins face forging unique identies.
Cal State Fullerton Associate Professor of Psychology Russ Espinoza researched whether the theory of “aversive racism” plays a role in death penalty decisions -- and found the answer is “yes.”
Girls Inc. of Orange County and Cal State Fullerton's Center for Economic Education are working to educate teenage girls about the crucial topics of personal financial management, as well as finding and obtaining the right job.
If you were nestled in one of the stadium seats at the Hollywood Bowl on June 7, your ears would have welcomed the melodious notes of Cal State Fullerton's University Singers, and select members of CSUF's Concert Choir, accompanying the famed voice of Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli.
Former Cal State Fullerton wrestler Ivan Sanchez, 27, knows the campus well. These days, in addition to his work as a youth wrestling coach, he’s a part-time sociology lecturer at CSUF.
Cal State Fullerton has been recognized as the California State University Center of Excellence for Supplemental Instruction and will serve as a model for other CSU campuses.
Cal State Fullerton and 14 other California State University campuses are collaborating to digitize documents and oral histories related to the confinement of Japanese Americans during World War II.
The College of Communications’ Daily Titan was named best college newspaper June 28 at the Los Angeles Press Club’s 57th annual Southern California Journalism Awards ceremony.
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