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Titan alumnus Lucio Villa has been recognized as one of 25 young leaders across the nation shaping the future of the newspaper business by industry journal Editor & Publisher.
Thu, 23 May 2019
When 17 students majoring in child and adolescent development flew to Costa Rica this past spring break, they knew they would be experiencing a Central American country far different than Orange County.
After a national search, Bey-Ling Sha of San Diego State University has been appointed as the next dean of the College of Communications.
Weekly programs offering art, robotics, math and writing opportunities are among Cal State Fullerton's summer programs for youth.
Wed, 22 May 2019
Cal State Fullerton molecular scientist Nikolas Nikolaidis and his students have discovered how a certain protein travels within stressed cells and cancer cells — a finding that could lead to new cancer therapeutics.
In a presentation before the California State University Board of Trustees, Cal State Fullerton President Fram Virjee stressed the importance of strategic communications in sharing the work and success of the educational institution.
Los Angeles Times feature writer Gustavo Arellano will present a free, public talk Saturday, June 1, talk sponsored by the Patrons of the Pollak Library.
Tue, 21 May 2019
A sea of caps and gowns washed over Cal State Fullerton on the final day of Commencement weekend as thousands of Titans celebrated their educational milestone.
Sun, 19 May 2019
Commencement celebrations continued Saturday as thousands of Titans took their long-awaited walks across the stage, signifying the years of study and work that preceded this day.
Thousands of graduates and candidates for graduation gathered at multiple locations across Cal State Fullerton on Friday night to celebrate the start of three days of commencement ceremonies.
Fri, 17 May 2019
More than 100 undergraduate students took part in Cal State Fullerton's pinning ceremony, a program based on a 100-plus year tradition and rite of passage into their chosen profession.
Using funds from GI2025, assistant deans gave out 97 caps and gowns to students who expressed financial challenges.
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Computer engineering major Melissa Manzo developed an app for a drone that delivers mail across campus.
Nick Deitz and his son Seth focus on a future with courses at Cal State Fullerton.
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Jessica Zavala, the first college grad in her family, ignores limits
Mir Aminy finds inspiration in teaching and leading others
Elementary school counselor and education doctoral candidate Karla I. Aguirre is the recipient of two Cal State Fullerton student awards: the Extension and International Programs Award and the Outstanding Graduate Student Award. She will participate in the university's commencement ceremony for the College of Education at 5 p.m. Friday, May 17.
Wed, 15 May 2019
Tanya Michnevich Bracco, who earned a bachelor’s degree in theatre arts in 1995, is taking her skills learned from her humble beginnings at CSUF to the top of late-night television.
Hundreds of students participated in cultural celebrations prior to the university commencement ceremony.
Fifty-seven faculty members have been awarded sabbatical leaves for projects ranging from books and publications, artwork creation, research and classroom development.
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Graduating biological science major Nathan Bui is the 2019 recipient of the Outstanding Senior Award from Cal State Fullerton's Alumni Association. Bui, who is graduating with top honors on May 18, plans to apply to medical schools to become an anesthesiologist.
President Fram Virjee spoke with conviction and heart when he recently spoke before members of the Orange County Forum, an organization designed to foster relationships, exchange ideas and discuss public policy issues.
Tue, 14 May 2019
Proud parents and supporters came out to watch as 18 U.S. Army cadets took part in a ceremony steeped in tradition: their commissioning as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army.
A team of Cal State Fullerton graduating computer engineering students designed and built a voice-controlled shower for people with ALS and other disabilities. The senior design project will be presented at 9 a .m. May 15 at the computer engineering project showcase on campus in Room 301 of the Computer Science Building.
Mon, 13 May 2019
Cal State Fullerton track and field women's team claimed the first Big West Championship in program history on Saturday at the 2019 Big West Track and Field Championships in Santa Barbara.
Titans softball will play the University of Missouri in the opening round of the NCAA Los Angeles Regional at UCLA on Friday.
Forty-four students are graduating this year from Cal State Fullerton's Abrego Future Scholars, a program that supports first-generation college students with scholarships and resources to help them achieve their educational goals and earn a college degree. The program is supported by the annual Hispanic Scholarship Golf Tournament, in which $100,000 was raised at this spring's sold-out event.
Fri, 10 May 2019
Cal State Fullerton students, faculty, staff and community members came together May 7 to pack 165 "sweet cases" — decorated duffel bags stuffed with essentials such as hygiene products and blankets, as well as letters and even teddy bears. The bags will be donated to foster care organizations in the region.
Anneke Mendiola has been awarded the 2019 Betty Robertson Award from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. At 82, she is graduating from Cal State Fullerton with two bachelor's degrees.
Cal State Fullerton celebrated the graduating seniors in the Guardian Scholars Program, launched on campus 20 years ago to support current and former foster youth reach their goal of earning a college degree. The 21 graduating scholars were lauded for their accomplishments at the May 2 annual Guardian Scholars Recognition Reception.
Wed, 08 May 2019
Titan Dreamers Resource Center's 5th anniversary also launches the new Undocumented and Ally Faculty & Staff Association, the first such association in the state.
Student leaders and organizations were recognized at the fifth annual Tuffy Awards May 2.
Fri, 03 May 2019
Ginny Oshiro, a senior at CSUF, plans to graduate in spring 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a minor in Asian American studies. She battled life-threatening addictions that left her incarcerated and discouraged but found support through the Project Rebound program to successfully transition and acclimate to a college campus.
After-school program is part of Center for Healthy Neighborhoods program, bringing art to Richman Park in Fullerton.
Cal State Fullerton is No. 53 out of 300 public and private colleges and universities on the 2019 list of Forbes’ “America’s Best Value Colleges.”
Graduating and incoming President's Scholars were recognized at the May 1 President's Scholars Reception.
Christopher Peterson received the university's Carol Barnes Excellence in Teaching award May 2.
Thu, 02 May 2019
Faculty peers from across campus joined administrators and Cal State Fullerton President Fram Virjee in singing the praises of human services professor and department chair Kristi Kanel, whose service to the university was honored with the Faculty Leadership in Collegial Governance Award.
Therese Cooper, lecturer in communication sciences and disorders, is the recipient of this year’s Outstanding Lecturer Award recognizing excellence in teaching effectiveness and commitment to students.
Ofir Turel, professor of information systems and decision sciences, was awarded the L. Don Shields Excellence in Scholarship & Creativity at the May 2 Academic Senate meeting.
Cal State Fullerton has opened the new Male Success Initiative-Fullerton Center, a place that fosters a sense of belonging and where men of color can achieve the "fullness of their potential."
Wed, 01 May 2019
Jason Shepard, department chair and associate professor of communications, shares his thoughts on First Amendment law and communications in the digital age.
Four Cal State Fullerton student researchers won top awards at the 33rd annual CSU Student Research Competition, hosted by CSUF on April 26-27. The competition brought together 275 students from 22 campuses across the California State University system.
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