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Margaret McCarthy receives Humanities and Social Sciences Cornerstone Award.
Fri, 29 Apr 2016
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While it may not be clear sailing for the economy in 2016, a number of factors will keep the economy growing and avoid a recession, according to Cal State Fullerton economists Anil Puri and Mira Farka, presenters of the Midyear Economic Forecast, "Winter Blues or Turning Point."
Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Art center will showcase several exhibits, a free writers workshop and open mic night in May.
An art internship at University College Nordjylland will provide hands-on practice and the chance to experience another culture.
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García welcomed hte President's Advosry Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, and as a member of the commission, took part in today's discussions held on campus.
Cybersecurity experts on May 5 will discuss how to manage security breaches or attacks.
Thu, 28 Apr 2016
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary presents a May 15 education program for families.
More than 2,500 developmentally disabled special athletes will celebrate their achievements on the playing field Friday, May 6, during the Goodwill of Orange County Faley Special Games.
Members of the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics will meet Thursday, April 28, at Cal State Fullerton.
Wed, 27 Apr 2016
Cal State Fullerton honors its student veterans Saturday, April 30.
Researchers will begin a new study to investigate emotional patterns in children with autism spectrum disorder, thanks to a $412,000 National Institutes of Health grant.
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Cal State Fullerton's ROTC program celebrated the opening of a training obstacle course named in honor of a former cadet.
Volunteers with the Cal State Fullerton chapter of Operation Warm Wishes spend weekends helping other college students wash, dry and fold loads of clothes as part of nonprofit group.
President Mildred García writes about the University’s ROTC program and how it is helping Titans Reach Higher.
Cal State Fullerton associate professor of elementary and bilingual education Sharon Chappell is working to make Orange County classrooms inclusive, specifically for the county’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth.
“Los Carpinteros: Polaris,” a new video project that follows the voyage of a musician who carries his drums through the Pyrenees, will run through June 12 at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana.
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García will give the commencement address Friday at Berkeley College and receive an honorary doctorate.
Cal State Fullerton offers a minor and a master’s degree in gerontology. The field has been booming as the U.S. population ages.
CSUF students are working with elementary students to introduce them to STEM.
Recognizing the importance of community engagement and its impact on student success, the Center for Internships and Community Engagement will recognize students, faculty and partner organizations today (April 27) at the12th annual Community Engagement Awards.
Cal State Fullerton’s College of the Arts celebrated Arts Week on April 10-15 with an array of workshops, guest speakers, performances, demonstrations and interactive activities.
Titan softball is in first place in the Big West and pitcher Desiree Ybarra has ben a big part of this season's success.
Looking for a place where your children can have fun and a fulfilling summer experience? Cal State Fullerton is the one-stop place for programs in art, math, writing and sports for kids from kindergarten through 12th grade.
Scott Annin delivered his inspiring Outstanding Professor Lecture, stressing that hard work and perseverance are what make "Mountaintop Moments in Mathematics."
Tue, 26 Apr 2016
Cal State Fullerton graduate Dennis Mendoza talks about he went from wanting to be a lawyer to finding his passion helping foster children.
A Chapman University grad works for a program that is introducing CSUF students to London Theater.
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García, who served as the first systemwide president of Berkeley College, will be this year’s commencement speaker at the East Coast college and receive an honorary doctor of pedagogy April 29.
Cora Granata, professor of history, shares spotlight in Germany’s Public Radio story about “Lange Tafel.”
Mon, 25 Apr 2016
The Roy Lopez Army ROTC Obstacle Course opened April 22 to train and prepare students for their future military careers.
Photos from the recent taping of KPCC's "Take Two" live discussion with CSUF millennials.
Today, the Division of Academic Affairs launches a new social media campaign highlighting campus faculty members through illustrated portraits and quotations.
“Philip K. Dick, Here and Now” on April 29 -30 explores science fiction through the eyes of his fans, family and friends.
Fri, 22 Apr 2016
Cal State Fullerton will celebrate world cultures through music, dance, art and fashion during the Association for Intercultural Awareness’ May 2 Culture Couture program.
Cal State Fullerton hosts a May 6 sustainability symposium featuring keynoter Nikki Silvestri, co-founder of a firm that develops climate solutions and economic development initiatives.
Ten Cal State Fullerton student researchers from across disciplines will represent the University during the 30th annual California State University Research Competition April 29-30.
Student Creative Activities and Research Day recognized the "high-impact" projects developed by undergraduate and graduate students from across disciplines.
Mark Ramont, associate professor of theatre and dance, directs the student cast.
Cal State Fullerton has been honored with two Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Best Practice Awards and will be recognized in June at the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference.
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Erica Ball, chair and professor of African American Studies shares the spotlight in LA Daily News story about the $20 bill.
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Cal State Fullerton commencement speaker María Elena Salinas will receive an honorary doctorate.
HISPANIC OUTLOOK IN HIGHER EDUCATION MAGAZINE
Scott Annin will talk about his mountain climbing experiences and how they relate to education.
Ali Parsa, a Cal State Fullerton lecturer in history, discusses the experience of watching Shen Yun Performing Arts at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa.
Several college student films featured at Newport Beach Film Festival including Cal State Fullerton.
Anil Puri, dean of Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, talks about job gains in Orange County.
Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will participate in a moderated discussion May 9 during Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Insurance Studies 2016 forum "Insurance Industry Trends 2020 and Beyond."
Thu, 21 Apr 2016
A full roster of workshops and performances showcased the disciplines and talent of the College of the Arts.
Wed, 20 Apr 2016
Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics has maintained registration with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc.
"Take Two" host A Martínez hits campus April 21 for a live discussion with Gen Y who are "redefining the American Dream."
California State University, Fullerton celebrates its diverse student population through a series of cultural recognition events in May leading up to Commencement 2016.
Read about the success of CSUF's student publications and other university accomplishments.
Cal State Fullerton students are set to present research at the Fullerton Arboretum Research and Internship Expo.
The Latino Communications Initiative program provides peer mentoring, workshops, networking opportunities, resume and internship assistance, among other resources.
Kayla Contreras, a theatre arts-musical theatre major, is the lead character in the time-honored play "Ramona."
Cal State Fullerton joins community partners in sponsoring a Saturday, April 23, K-12 Sustainability Showcase.
The theatrical production revolves around a man's ruined plans to surprise his mistress with a birthday party.
Dick Golec visits Goodwin Field this month. Golec, who played for the school in 1963 and 1964, when it was known as Orange State College.
In recognition of Earth Day and to promote a smoke-free campus, Fresh Air Advocates from CSUF's Division of Human Resources, Diversity and Inclusion will hold a Cigarette Butt Clean-up event Friday, April 22.
Twin sisters, separated at birth but who rediscover each other online, are the subject of a 2015 documentary being screened at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, as part of Asian American and Pacific Islander Month.
Two-day conference offers insightful panels and activities with industry professionals in media, public relations, entertainment and cinema, tourism and human communications.
Tue, 19 Apr 2016
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER | ANIMATION MAGAZINE
Animation fans found their way to Cal State Fullerton April 16 for the opening of “Happy Happy! Joy Joy! : 25 Years of Creator-Driven Cartoons” at the Begovich Gallery, as well as a Creators Talk with some of the Nickelodeon’s most famous names in the genre.
A new documentary chronicles the adventures of CSUF kinesiology instructor Cindy Abbott, who has undertaken the grueling Iditarod sled dog race three times.
Terri Snyder and Leila Zenderland, both professors of American Studies, have been working on two studies reaching into seminal moments in history: the slave era and the period just before Adolf Hitler came to power. National Endowment of the Humanities fellowships underwrote the research of the two scholars.
Enjoy a variety of flavored sweets and savory delights from around the world during the Fullerton Arboretum's "Around the World in 80 Days" afternoon tea.
Mon, 18 Apr 2016
The John D. Cooper Archaeological and Paleontological Center, in partnership with OC Parks, will host a free educational family event April 30 at Irvine Regional Park.
The Fullerton Arboretum kicks off a new series of culinary classes Thursday, April 21, with a program on food and wine pairing.
“Politics of Adult Literacy Education in the United States” is the focus of a Thursday, April 28, public symposium.
Students in Cal State Fullerton’s McNair Scholars program will be sharing their research during a Saturday, April 30, public symposium at the Anaheim Community Center. The 6:30-9 p.m. program is free and open to the public.
The students will perform for industry professionals Tuesday, April 19 at Burbank's Falcon Theatre.
An exhibition at the Begovich Gallery celebrates 25 years of creator-driven animation through original sketches, production art and video content.
Reporter Francisco Ugalde stopped by the "newsroom" of CSUF’s first Spanish newscast to report on how bilingual communications students are gaining career experience in television.
Fri, 15 Apr 2016
Cal State Fullerton is one of six semifinalists from across the nation to be considered for a new $100,000 award from the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Cal State Fullerton is celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month under the theme of "Navigating Identity. Standing in Solidarity. Promoting Visibility."
Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff members received more than $1 million in grants and contracts during the third quarter of the academic year.
Peace exhibit at Pollak Library uses artwork, poetry and literature to explore pathways to peace as a response to global violence and war.
CSUF professors talks about benefits to raising the smoking age.
CSUF closer Chad Hockin discusses his role as a closer and what he loves most about Titan baseball.
About 100 exhibitors at the Green Scene will showcase a wide variety of plants, garden art and pottery.
Cal State Fullerton host thousands of incoming students to learn more about the campus and all of the educational opportunities CSUF offers.
CSUF President Mildred García discusses the McNair Scholars Program.
Thu, 14 Apr 2016
Business fraternity, Sigma Upsilon Mu, was established in March 2014 and began with nine students. It now has 31 members, including nine women and seven alums, along with 22 pledges.
Four CSUF professors from different faiths will answer questions about their beliefs during the April 20 lecture at the Pollak Library.
Wed, 13 Apr 2016
An opening celebration of the Roy Lopez Army ROTC Obstacle Course, used by ROTC cadets for physical training and conditioning, will be held April 22.
Mathematician Scott Annin will deliver his Outstanding Professor Lecture on "Mountaintop Moments in Mathematics" April 26 at the Pollak Library.
Cal State Fullerton's Center for Leadership will honor two businesses and three executives during its May 6 Leadership Awards Luncheon at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach.
Team of 17 worked as an advertising agency to build national campaign for Snapple.
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Tue, 12 Apr 2016
Student research, films and lectures intrigue during annual focus on the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Cal State Fullerton will celebrate Earth Week April 19-21 with a farmer’s market, a green energy expo and showcases.
Watercolors created by Cal State Fullerton students and inspired by the Fullerton Arboretum’s landscape will be exhibited April 16 through May 22 in the Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum located on the grounds of the botanical garden.
Golf biomechanics researcher Scott K. Lynn focuses on improving golfers' performance and preventing injuries, as well as how the sport can keep people active into their golden years.
The April 7 Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month reception featured a keynote address by social justice trainer and educator Raja G. Bhattar.
The CSU joins in a communitywide partnership program to get young people, especially those from disadvantaged families, on a fast track to college.
The Library of the Future is unfolding at Pollak Library as crews work on renovations to several floors and create student and faculty centered environments.
Cal State Fullerton economists Anil Puri and Mira Farka will discuss the outlook for the national economy and Orange County at the April 28 Midyear Economic Forecast Conference.
Mon, 11 Apr 2016
Many police agencies are turning to body-worn cameras to increase transparency, accountability and legitimacy.
Nearly 8,000 incoming freshmen and transfer students, along with their family members, attended the annual event to learn more about the campus and University life.
CSUF communications major Jillian Boyd writes about her study abroad experience in Spain.
Missy Taukeiaho, a two-time All-American has practically rewritten the Cal State Fullerton softball program’s record book.
Former Miss America Nina Davuluri, an advocate for increasing the number of women in STEM-related careers, served as keynote speaker.
Physics alumnus Dan Black is funding a three-year naming gift for a directorship of the CSUF Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy Center.
College of the Arts faculty members are making their mark with exhibitions, recitals and a new album.
Fri, 08 Apr 2016
Three CSU campuses, including Cal State Fullerton, paired art students in a synergetic project of creative exploration.
The CSU has reached a tentative agreement with the CFA, resolving a yearlong dispute over faculty salaries and averting planned strike activity next week by the CFA.
HISPANIC OUTLOOK IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Debate team students heading for national tournament at Binghamton University in New York.
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CSUF is organizing an April 29-30 conference recognizing the celebrated author, whose friendship with Cal State Fullerton English professor Willis McNelly led to the creation of a special collection in the Pollak Library of the late writer's original manuscripts.
Matthew Kirby of Geological Sciences challenges the notion that this study's results render current climate models obsolete.
“Firewallside Chats” are designed to educate students on today’s cybersecurity issues.
Mildred García, president of Cal State Fullerton, writes about the challenges higher education faces implementing diversity initiatives.
Cal State Fullerton communications students and alumni are helping an Orange County animal rescue program raise funds.
Nursing's top-tier national rankings and an award for the Information Technology Division are among CSUF accomplishments reported in the Orange County Register.
Cal State Fullerton celebrates students' talent and creativity with the annual Arts Week, presented by the College of the Arts and the Arts Inter-Club Council.
Thu, 07 Apr 2016
Cal State Fullerton's "Al Día" newscast offers bilingual students on-camera time and practical experience in Spanish-language television.
Wed, 06 Apr 2016
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry's "Alumni Day" is April 8, featuring presentations and lectures by graduates and students.
The Fullerton Arboretum invites all gardeners to its annual Green Scene and Plant and Garden Expo from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 16-17.
Fri, 01 Apr 2016
Shana Charles, health policy professor at Cal State Fullerton, is quoted in a California Healthline article about Anthem’s proposed $54 billion acquisition of Cigna.
Cal State Fullerton will celebrate National Poetry Month with the free, public program “Dismantling Fear, Gathering Community” in Room 130 of the Pollak Library.
Student finalists will be facing off April 7 during the Center for Entrepreneurship's annual Business Plan Competition.
CSUF researchers are interviewing 30 Vietnamese American seniors to learn more so barriers can be unlocked.
CSUF Provost José Luis Cruz writes about the history of inclusive excellence in California and offers a call to action to renew the commitment to those ideals.
Yorba Linda High School senior benefits from CSUF’s Ryman Arts program
Cal State Fullerton’s newest exhibition at the Pollak Library features pottery from renowned artist Florentino Jimon Barba.
Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Mathematics has added a concentration to its major – actuarial science.
Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs José L. Cruz have joined a national network to improve graduation rates for black and Hispanic students.
Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Theatre and Dance will present “Into the Woods” April 8-24.
Educators will discuss important issues related to educational assessment at "Common Ground: Building Effective, Sustainable and Practical Assessment,” Cal State Fullerton's April 22 Assessment Conference.
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