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In the recently released book, "Egypt's Lost Spring: Causes and Consequences," CSUF economist Sherif Khalifa, a former Egyptian diplomat, shares his perspective on what led up to the 2010 Egyptian revolution that led to the fall of President Hosni Mubarak.
Tue, 24 May 2016
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Intensive speech-therapy summer program open to children ages 3 to 7.
Golfers and business leaders can enjoy a competitive day of golf while supporting student scholarships and services during the 22nd annual Mihaylo College Golf Classic at Pelican Hill Golf Club.
“Philip K. Dick, Here and Now” on April 29 -30 explores science fiction through the eyes of his fans, family and friends.
On June 20, Interim University Librarian Scott Hewitt will run to the top of the three tallest peaks in Southern California to help raise funds for the Pollak Library.
Mon, 23 May 2016
Aspiring pediatrician Karah Kirby is the 2016 recipient of Cal State Fullerton's Kenneth L. Goodhue-McWilliams Award.
Cal State Fullerton received several awards, including the highest honor, at the 2016 National Model U.N. Conference.
Cal State Fullerton students celebrate their achievements during numerous pre-commencement cultural events.
English professor Cornel Bonca to discuss the music of Paul Simon.
Cal State Fullerton's Academic Senate has re-elected Emily Bonney, associate professor of liberal studies, as the senate chair for 2016-17.
Sun, 22 May 2016
For his outstanding record in teaching and a commitment to the educational mission of the University, civil engineering professor Binod Tiwari has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Carol Barnes Excellence in Teaching Award.
Thu, 19 May 2016
After a strong season of golf, student-athlete Martina Edberg will spend her summer playing for the Swedish National Golf Team and competing in the European Ladies’ Amateur Championship.
Wed, 18 May 2016
Teens addicted to video games are doing more than neglecting their chores, family and friends: they could be losing sleep and developing disorders associated with obesity, according to a recently released study co-authored by a Cal State Fullerton professor.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Titan softball won the Big West Conference and is heading to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2009.
The Association for InterCultural Awareness’s annual Culture Couture event celebrates the association’s aim of raising awareness about the University’s multicultural student body.
Cal State Fullerton geology students won awards at the 112th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America’s Cordilleran Section last month in Ontario.
Students from the College of Engineering and Computer Science and Mihaylo College of Business and Economics served as mentors for the “The Stem-Inc.: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mini-business Incubator” program.
Commencement 2016: Cal State Fullerton students look back at their college career and what the future holds.
Nathan Carr, Cal State Fullerton professor of modern languages and literatures, is taking part in a U.S. Department of State program in which he will be giving workshops throughout Indonesia.
CSUF President Mildred García spoke of her educational journey and how thankful she is for the opportunities that helped her to succeed, at the May 17 Orange County Business Council Chairman's Leadership Breakfast.
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MBA marketing majors were strategy consultants for Mojave Gold LLC, a Coachella Valley raisin company seeking to export their crop to China.
Three student leaders will address their fellow classmates during the May 21-22 commencement ceremonies held for Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business and Economics.
Tue, 17 May 2016
Student engineering teams presented their innovative design projects at the Engineering and Computer Science Student Projects Showcase and Awards.
The Titan Baja racing team is gearing up to compete with its dune-style buggy in the May 19-22 Baja SAE California competition.
Cal State Fullerton senior Kelsey Brewer and graduate student Rex Bartholomew receive awards for their achievements in academics, community service and extracurricular activities.
Jason Baker and Rachel Fenning are the co-recipients of the Alumni Association's award for distinguished service to students.
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Calling all artists! The California State University Summer Arts program offers opportunities to master the craft of music, theatre, dance, media, creative writing and visual art/design during an immersive, high-impact program.
Hundreds of university alumni and community members gathered for food, music and activities for the April 22 event held in honor of Tuffy.
Mon, 16 May 2016
The university's top leader will sit down May 17 with the chair of the OCBC’s CEO Leadership Caucus for an interview before county business leaders.
Titan first baseman Tanner Pinkston is batting .377 in Big West competition and was named Big West Field Player of the Week in late April.
PEOPLE EN ESPANOL
Cal State Fullerton commencement speaker María Elena Salinas will receive an honorary doctorate.
Biological science professor Marcelo E. Tolmasky has been recognized with the 2016 L. Donald Shields Excellence in Scholarship and Creativity Award.
Fri, 13 May 2016
The science education and credential preparation coordinator for the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is the first recipient of Cal State Fullerton's Outstanding Lecturer Award.
John Hickok has been awarded a Fulbright and will teach library sciences to students at two universities in the Philippines this fall. Hickok joined the faculty at Pollak Library in 1997 and is an international outreach librarian.
Update: Cal State Fullerton is one of three finalists from across the nation to be considered for a new $100,000 award from the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. The winner will be named Monday, May 16.
Jason Shepard, associate professor of communications and chair of the Department of Communications, is this year’s recipient of the Faculty Leadership in Collegial Governance Award.
Thu, 12 May 2016
Mandy Wang, who graduates this month is taking that gigantic first step out of the classroom toward the rest of her life — but for her, that step is higher as a new entrepreneur.
Robert Istad, CSUF professor of music and director of choral studies, received the year's top faculty award for his dedication to his profession and to his students.
Alumnus, environmental educator and habitat restoration expert Peter Stearns will discuss the status, history and restoration of local wetlands.
Wed, 11 May 2016
Athletes of all ages arrived to a champion’s welcome of volunteers during the annual Goodwill of Orange County Faley Special Games.
Cal State Fullerton will be awarded two Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Best Practice Awards next month.
Vikki Vargas presented the Vikki Vargas/NBC4 Broadcast Journalism Scholarship during the May 6 Department of Communications awards ceremony.
Patricia Pérez, CSUF associate professor of Chicana and Chicano studies, is studying what the AMerican Dream means to today's youth.
Nick Huntington-Klein, CSUF assistant professor of economics, looks at how socioeconomic stereotypes may dissuade certain high school students from thinking college is a feasible.
President Mildred Garcia writes in the Orange County Register about athletics and the power of community outreach.
Kinesiology majors put their knowledge to good purpose, creating five workout videos to help members of the community make use of exercise equipment at their local parks.
Twenty-five U.S. Army cadets in Cal State Fullerton's Reserve Officer Training Corps will be commissioned May 20 for duty as second lieutenants. The ceremony’s keynote speaker will be Maj. Gen. Mark W. Palzer, commanding general of the 79th Sustainment Support Command at Los Alamitos.
Undergraduate and graduate student researchers from across disciplines won top honors at the CSU Student Research Competition.
Insurance professionals and students alike gave a standing ovation to Arnold Schwarzenegger following an hourlong talk May 9 in which the former California governor discussed what motivated him throughout his many careers, including running for the state's highest office in 2003.
Tue, 10 May 2016
Education faculty members hold a "train the trainer" workshop for a group of volunteers who plan to travel to the Middle East this summer to help Syrian refugee children.
Mon, 09 May 2016
Music and visual arts students present collaborative projects May 10 at Clayes Performing Arts Center’s Recital Hall.
Seven students from Cal State Fullerton’s McNair Scholars Program are doing what they once dreamed about: graduating this spring and advancing to graduate and doctoral programs across the country.
Faculty and students from the College of the Arts and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences collaborate on a Philip K. Dick-inspired exhibition at the Pollak Library.
Cal State Fullerton congratulated nine graduating Guardian Scholars for completing their studies and transitioning to self-sufficient adulthood.
Fri, 06 May 2016
Cal State Fullerton celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
“Take Two” host A Martinez recent talked with CSUF millennials about a host of topics including politics, the economy and the future during a live broadcast on campus.
Associated Students Inc., sponsors its biannual All-Night Study program May 9 - 20. This year’s theme is “All Night Campout.”
Thu, 05 May 2016
University's top scholars reflect on their experiences at Cal State Fullerton.
Hundreds of family members, friends, fellow veterans and Cal State Fullerton staff members were on hand to honor student veterans Saturday, April 30, at the ninth annual Veterans Appreciation Night.
Wed, 04 May 2016
Faculty and student researchers are studying Prader-Willi Syndrome and childhood obesity to help youth lead healthy and happy lives.
CSUF Provost José L. Cruz introduces the launch of “21st Century Titans,” a Tumblr account featuring digitally illustrated portraits of faculty members using images related to the individual’s research, background, and interests.
Titans receive first place and runner-up awards at Geological Society of America conference.
Human Services Professor Kristi Kanel discusses the lack of mental health services and resources.
“Spring Dance Theatre,” opens Thursday with a variety of performances from jazz to contemporary.
Augie Garrido, now head coach at the University of Texas and the winningest coach in college baseball history, will be inducted in the Hall of Fame.
Cal State Fullerton alum and entrepreneur Phillip Stinis is sharing his expertise as a mentor at the CSUF Startup Incubator.
Crystal Cortez is studying a 10 million-year-old juvenile shark fossil found nearly 25 years ago during the expansion of Alicia Parkway in Aliso Viejo.
Read several news briefs in the Orange County Register including communications students winning third place in the National American Advertising Federation and National Student Advertising contest.
CSUF alum Brittany Force visits students in Belmont Abbey College's Motorsports Management program.
CSUF professors were part of the first research team with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) to examine the history of tsunamis in Southern California's wetlands.
Hundreds gathered at Cal State Fullerton to set a world record for the largest number of organ transplant recipients in one location.
UPDATED: "Take Two" host A Martínez visited campus April 21 for a live discussion with Gen Y who are "redefining the American Dream." Watch the video of the day's discussions, read what happened and hear the broadcasts.
Cal State Fullerton’s top graduating scholars and recent graduates will be recognized by the University Friday, May 20.
Tue, 03 May 2016
Witness a rare astronomic occurrence May 9 as the planet Mercury transits across the disc of the sun. A free public viewing will be held at Fullerton Arboretum, hosted by the Physics Department.
Mon, 02 May 2016
More than 10,000 Titans — graduates and candidates for graduation — are eligible to participate in Cal State Fullerton's May 21-22 commencement ceremonies. Attendees are expected to number more than 60,000 during the weekend festivities.
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