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This fall, Cal State Fullerton's Center for Scholars will extend support services to additional foster youth and offer a new ally training for faculty and staff.
Fri, 21 Jul 2017
Almost 40 students from the Art Department will showcase their work at the annual computer graphics and interactive techniques conference in Los Angeles opening July 30.
What prompts people to start and continue an employee wellness program? Two Cal State Fullerton business faculty members are delving into what motivates and influences workers to join such programs.
Students are spending the summer in laboratories of foreign research advisers conducting studies in the biomedical, clinical, social or behavioral sciences through the Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training Program.
Thu, 20 Jul 2017
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Recent grad and former Daily Titan staffer shares how CSUF equipped her for an uncertain future in the ever-changing communications field.
Kids, ages 7-10, are learning engineering such concepts as robotics, visual programming and basic electrical circuits in a University Extended Education course developed and taught by Kiran George, professor of computer engineering.
Wed, 19 Jul 2017
University issues statement regarding arbitration outcome for Eric Canin.
David Nanigian, associate professor of finance; business administration major Saba Afridi; and Tuffy Titan visit Wall Street.
Tue, 18 Jul 2017
A new summer program introduced children to robotics, circuits and virtual programming to spark an interest in engineering and other STEM fields.
A donated book on birds, published in the early 1800s, is utilized by students to help identify species of birds that are still living in Orange County.
Nawang Phuntsog, associate professor of elementary and bilingual education, is examining “compassionate schooling” in India this summer.
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
Twenty years ago, a strong mentor and friend entered CSUF alum Dan Huckabay’s life when he needed it most. Because of that relationship and his own dogged perseverance, Huckabay now owns the company where he worked summers in high school.
High school students in this summer's Engineering Innovation program will put their engineering skills to the test in the July 21 Spaghetti Bridge contest to see how much weight their design can hold.
Mon, 17 Jul 2017
Sixteen students from across disciplines spent two weeks in June in Puerto Rico, where they became immersed in the educational, social and health needs of the island population, and gained experience working for social change.
Fri, 14 Jul 2017
Three business leaders have been named to Cal State Fullerton's Philanthropic Board of Governors, the nonprofit auxiliary organization established to build and strengthen relations with the community and encourage advocacy, investment in and support of the University.
Classes on marketing, grants, leadership and fiscal management are part of the program being offered at the Aug. 14-16 Summer School for Nonprofits sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's Gianneschi Center for Nonprofit Research.
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
Titan summer program pairs students with internships in the nation’s capital.
Thu, 13 Jul 2017
A 2014 business administration alum took $200 in coffee and supplies, rented a table and started a business in Australia.
CSUF computer science students compete July 14 in the GE–CSU Innovation Design Challenge with their parking app, created using GE's Predix software platform.
Wed, 12 Jul 2017
This July, 50 high school girls are enrolled in Project MISS, which gives students the opportunity to improve their math skills and problem-solving abilities, prepare for success in college, meet successful female role models, explore career options and more.
The Department of Secondary Education and the SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Center for Creativity and Critical Thinking partnered to give local teachers tools and strategies to integrate the arts and technology in the curriculum.
Graduates Mina Choi, Brandon Elliott and Rayvon Moore are making their mark in the music world.
Tue, 11 Jul 2017
Programs that support students interested in advanced degrees in the sciences and provide after-school mentorship and hand-on experiences, studies into minority health issues and student internships received more than $9 million in recent grants and contracts.
The third annual "Better Together: California Teachers Summit" on July 28 features CSUF alumni, who will present EdTalks, and Jill Biden, who will deliver the keynote address. Biden's talk will be simulcast to CSUF and other sites across the state.
Mon, 10 Jul 2017
As he grew up in Zambia, Africa, Ash Patel, a member of Mihaylo College Dean's Advisory Board, didn’t know he was going to be a banker, let alone the head of his own bank. “It was a surprise that I made my career in banking as that was not the original plan,” says Patel, who pursued a graduate degree in finance at Loughborough University in England. In the mid-1980s, he moved to California and got a job as a teller at Bank of America.
California State University
Physics alumnus and donor Dan Black is a shining example of one Titan who has provided generous support to his alma mater.
Orange County Business Journal
The International Insurance Society has named the Center for Insurance Studies, under the direction of Weili Lu, professor of finance, a Global Center of Insurance Excellence.
Fri, 07 Jul 2017
San Francisco Chronicle
Steve Stambough, political science professor, comments on what's at stake in the recall effort underway to unseat Josh Newman.
Wed, 05 Jul 2017
More than 300 Cal State Fullerton students, faculty and staff are participating in study abroad and away programs during the summer.
MARC Scholars are spending their summer not at the beach but in laboratories at doctoral-granting institutions to gain experience and perspective into a future career in research.
Cal State Fullerton’s first graduate of the Project Rebound program says he wants to share his journey to motivate other formerly incarcerated students to stay on the path.
Honors scholars recently presented their capstone projects at a three-day conference designed to facilitate cross-disciplinary -dialogue and provide access for community and family members to learn more about student studies.
The Fullerton Arboretum hosts its sixth annual Brews and Blues fundraiser Aug. 19, featuring music by the Chris Anderson Group.
The hot days of summer bring new exhibitions and a special performance to Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center.
When Nicolette Passerello got an email about applying for a fellowship in which she could spend the summer interning with a nonprofit and gain valuable, high-impact, real-life experience, she saw it as an incredible opportunity.
Orange County Register
Engineering students who competed in the recent Formula SAE racing competition in Nebraska earned the highest score ever for a CSUF team in the design presentation category.
New Tang Dynasty Television
A day in the life of the Titan Tyles Speech Station is captured on video and broadcast on a Chinese language telvision station.
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