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Assemblyman Anthony Rendon can trace the spark that ignited a career passion for the environment back to a Cal State Fullerton classroom.
Mon, 29 Aug 2016
CSUF News Service
Cal State Fullerton has welcomed 14 former foster youth to the campus as this year’s class of incoming Guardian Scholars.
Fri, 26 Aug 2016
This month, 19 new President’s Scholars joined Cal State Fullerton’s student body. As President's Scholars, they hold the most prestigious status the University accords to incoming students.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
President Mildred García shares in the Orange County Register about her excitement as a new school year kicks off.
Andrea Becker and Traci Statler, Cal State Fullerton associate professors of kinesiology, reflect on their experiences serving Team USA at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Cal State Fullerton students bring romance, comedy and dance to a campus stage.
CSUF NEWS SERVICE
A Sept. 8 open house will welcome Titans to a new Student Success Center.
Thu, 25 Aug 2016
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
Business administration major Elisha Gupta had the opportunity to study business in London, fresh on the heels of that country's vote to exit the European Union.
To promote continuing education, Cal State Fullerton's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute presents a variety of classes for music and arts enthusiasts.
In his role as strength and conditioning coach, Cal State Fullerton alumnus Jimmy Stitz supported the USA Women's Volleyball team in capturing the bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Tue, 23 Aug 2016
Nina Robson and her students are working on collaborative engineering research to help patients suffering from limb mobility, due to strokes, birth defects or accidents.
A recently completed study led by a Cal State Fullerton business faculty member has found that policies supportive to LGBT employees are important not only to recruitment and retention but to firm perfomance.
With the fall semester underway, students have new options to pursue in their instructional pursuits and are being welcomed by scores of new faulty members.
CSUF's communications, gender studies and Olympic history experts comment on inappropriate Olympic media coverage.
Fri, 19 Aug 2016
The 2016 Olympics series highlights Cal State Fullerton faculty, staff and students engaged in scholarly research and professional activities related to the Aug. 5-21 games in Rio de Janeiro.
Students arrived Aug. 18 to move into student housing on campus and take part in orientation activities throughout the weekend.
Cal State Fullerton opened its Garden Grove Center in 1997 to help careerists and students with full-time jobs to earn degrees and professional certificates.
Road construction around CSUF may affect morning traffic when classes begin.
Grad student's interactive sandbox helps CSUF geography students understand topography and so much more — all in the classroom.
Jason Shepard, Cal State Fullerton, chair and associate professor of communications, talks about Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
Ricardo Covarrubias, a center back who competes against 6-foot-1 players or taller, has morphed into Cal State Fullerton’s defensive stalwart.
Cal State Fullerton ASI president discusses how study abroad inspired her campus involvement.
As the fall semester begins at Cal State Fullerton, students moving into the residence halls take part in "Opening Day” festivities.
Thu, 18 Aug 2016
Road construction continues adjacent to Cal State Fullerton but is expected to be completed by early September.
The illustrations of Rick Ross, who worked with alumnus Kevin Costner on the book “Explorers Guild: Volume One: A Passage to Shambhala,” make their debut at the Begovich Gallery Saturday, Aug. 27.
Wed, 17 Aug 2016
Sean Loyd, assistant professor of geological sciences, is the lead author of a study published in Nature Communications that offers insights into the relationship among methane, microbes and rocks, and how rocks can preserve evidence of ancient methane-consuming microbial communities.
Tue, 16 Aug 2016
A crowd of new and veteran faculty, staff and administrators gathered this morning in Meng Concert Hall to hear President Mildred García deliver her fifth CSUF Convocation address.
Mon, 15 Aug 2016
“A Legal and Financial Reporting Update for Public Companies” is the theme of the 15th annual SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) “Hot Topics” Conference sponsored by Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance.
Fri, 12 Aug 2016
Cal State Fullerton and the Anaheim Union High School District run the the Summer Language Academy, an English-learners program.
High school students find joy in engineering and creating spaghetti bridges.
College of Education students are interning at Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary in Silverado’s Modjeska Canyon.
Lizzette Barrios-Gracián, a Spanish teacher at Anaheim High School, discusses civic engagement.
Award-winning students in social work and nursing, plus the latest group of those enrolled in the DC Scholars program, are the subject of the latest Bravo column in the Orange County Register.
CSUF sports teams, including men's and women's soccer, are getting ready for competition in the fall.
The Fullerton Arboretum will present its 5th annual Brews and Blues in the Garden fundraiser on Aug. 20.
C.J. Ankrum, who played first base for Cal State Fullerton as a member of the Titans’ 1995 national-championship squad, brought his Santa Margarita National 11U Little League All-Star team to Goodwin field.
Award-winning scholar Charmaine Lim talks about why she chose to attend CSUF for its Presidents Scholars and nursing programs.
CSUF's Alison M. Wrynn is conducting research that focuses on an enduring issue in the Olympic movement — the inclusion of women as full participants in the Games
Thu, 11 Aug 2016
The Endangered Alphabets exhibit is housed in the Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery at Cal State Fullerton and runs through Sept. 19.
Eunkyoo "Ellen" Kim, CSUF assistant professor of management, discusses her study into how consumers process online hotel reviews.
Wed, 10 Aug 2016
Three CSUF alumni found their passion in careers focused on sustainability, environmental education and alternative energy.
Two CSUF programs that strive to encourage and support the advanced degree efforts of underrepresented students were named among the 20 finalists of the national Excelencia in Education "Examples of Excelencia" awards.
CSUF students and local health care professionals will soon have the opportunity to participate in a substance abuse intervention training program, thanks to a three-year grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
The "Summer Olympics Retrospective" exhibition is on display now through Aug. 21 at the Pollak Library and Irvine Campus Library. The exhibition highlights CSUF's involvement in the 1984 games.
Cal State Fullerton’s Talent Search program has been awarded two U.S. Department of Education grants that are expected to total $2.62 million over the five-year award period.
Tue, 09 Aug 2016
Members of the California State University Real Estate Education Endowment Advisory Board will meet Wednesday, Aug. 17, at Cal State Fullerton.
Mon, 08 Aug 2016
Geologist Marie Johnson joins CSUF as new dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Fri, 05 Aug 2016
Cal State Fullerton repeats as the large school division champ in the ForbesEDU #MyTopCollege social media competition.
Sara Briley, a CSUF biology graduate, is leading an eelgrass and oyster restoration project in upper Newport Bay.
Thu, 04 Aug 2016
Real-world science at Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary is the focus of a cover page feature in the Aug. 4 Cal State Fullerton print section of the Orange County Register.
Lisa Kirtman will begin her new role as the second permanent dean of the College of Education on Aug. 16.
Anil Puri takes on new role as interim provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Read about the Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship, plus more faculty accomplishments.
Cal State Fullerton’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute will host its annual Open House event on Aug. 13.
Community members gathered at the on-campus preserve for a sold-out meet-and-greet with Cael and Damu, wolf ambassadors from Project Wildsong.
The California Teachers Summit invited teachers to share best practices and highlighted how they are working though changes in approaches to learning.
ANIMATION CAREER REVIEW
Art professor Chuck Grieb discusses CSUF's Entertainment Art/Animation B.F.A. program.
Five cities are bidding to host the 2024 Summer Olympics, including Los Angeles. Matt Llewellyn, CSUF associate professor of kinesiology, says the city has a successful history of hosting the games.
Tue, 02 Aug 2016
Lisa D. Long, CSUF assistant professor of theatre and dance, is curating a series of tango interpretations for Aug. 26 and 27 performances at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica.
Mon, 01 Aug 2016
For 450 third- through fifth-grade students at three schools in Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District, they didn't have to go far from home this summer to discover and explore the rainforest. "Rainforest Safari Camp" was presented by CSUF's SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Center for Creativity and Critical Thinking.
A Cal State Fullerton researcher is leading several studies this fall to better understand how college students make decisions about their vending machine purchases.
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