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Ecologist Steps in to Lead Mojave Desert Research, Education Center

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Darren R. Sandquist, an expert in desert plant ecology, is the new director of the California Desert Studies Consortium.

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Behind the Music: CSUF Choral Program Tops the Charts

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CSUF's Choral Programs began in 1960 and have been making wonderful and memorable music on their own, as well as in collaboration with orchestras, such as the Boston Pops, and with composers like John Williams. Last summer the group worked with Williams to record anew the compositions he created for some of Steven Spielberg's movies.

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$1.4 Million to Expand Support for Students in Social Work

Grant funding assists CSUF students in their pursuit of careers as child welfare workers.

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To Mexico to Experience ‘Walls That Unite’

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CSUF student reconnects with heritage through education, art and study abroad.

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Honoring Students Who Learn by Serving

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Cal State Fullerton will host a program to honor students who serve, faculty members who develop community-engagement activities for their students, and partners who work with students and the University.

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Titans With Stellar Research Projects Headed to Statewide Competition

Titan research includes studies of cyberbullying, dry-eye disease, jazz, oysters and filtration mechanics.

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Oscar-Nominated Screenwriter to Discuss Powerful Storytelling at April 5 Talk

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The screenwriter for “Hotel Rwanda” will discuss the history of Hollywood and storytelling tools used in film.

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America's Chief Pharmacy Officer Shares Career With Students

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Alumna Pamela M. Schweitzer, the first female chief professional officer of pharmacy and assistant surgeon general in the U.S. Public Health Service, returned to her alma mater to visit with students.

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Big Win for Student Engineers

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Titan student civil engineers won first place in the 2017 "GeoWall" competition — the third time a CSUF team has won the national championship.

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Business Students Take Top Honors in Consulting Project Contest

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For more than a quarter of a century, Cal State Fullerton business students have been taking top honors in a national student consulting competition. This year, two teams made it to the top levels of competition.

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In Memoriam — Patrick Callanan

Longtime campus lecturer passed away March 17.

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'Fertile Myrtle' and 'Monsters' Among Faculty Accomplishments

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Cal State Fullerton faculty members are keeping busy with fellowships and works on film, print and stage.

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In Memoriam — William Julius

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The longtime lecturer of political science died March 7.

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In Memoriam — Iris O. Moremen

Iris O. Moremen, who served as a physician in CSUF's Student Health and Counseling Center from 1968 to 1988, died Feb. 20.

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Affordable Learning Solutions Expo to be Held March 14

The CSU-wide project helps reduce students' material expenses while providing quality educational content.

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 Last Published 10/17/16