- Latino Male Symposium on Doctoral Degree Attainment
Three Latino faculty members will share their experiences about their journey to attain doctorates, during a Latino Male Symposium Nov. 9 at Cal State Fullerton. The event is free and open to the public.
- Family Business Workshop on Trust-and-Value Economy
Meridith Elliott Powell, founder of MotionFirst and author of "42 Rules to Turn Prospects Into Customers," will discuss eight must-have strategies for family-owned businesses to grow in a trust-and-value economy, during the Nov. 15 meeting of Cal State Fullerton's Family Business Council.
- European Union Discussion
Ville Itälä, senior member of the European Parliament representing Finland, will give a free, public talk on the current European Union debt crisis and the future of the organization Nov. 3 at Cal State Fullerton.
- Historian Writes Book on Jazz Greats As Seen Through Photos
Historian Benjamin Cawthra Writes Book on Jazz Greats As Seen Through Photos
- "Blue Notes in Black and White" Excerpt
Excerpts From Historian Benjamin Cawthra's First Book
- 2011 Economic Forecast - Slow Recovery
Cal State Fullerton economists Anil Puri and Mira Farka reported that recovery would be long in coming at today's 2012 Economic Forecast.
- Ashley DeLuca Prepares to Compete in Pumpkin Launch
Lake Forest resident Ashley DeLuca, president of Cal State Fullerton's student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers, and her fellow members are creating a pumpkin launcher to compete in the Nov. 5 Pumpkin Launch on campus.
- Flying Pumpkins at Engineering Contest
Using handmade catapults, giant trebuchets and other, large creative devices, Cal State Fullerton engineering students and others will compete in the annual fall "Pumpkin Launch," a free, family-oriented event sponsored by CSUF's College of Engineering and Computer Science, Discovery Science Center and Future Scientists & Engineers of America.
- Prepping for The D.N.P.
he School of Nursing is ready to accept its first students in the doctor of nursing practice (D.N.P.) program, which is set to start next fall.
- Prepping for Nursing Doctorate
Cal State Fullerton School of Nursing Prepares for Student Infusion to Begin Next Fall
- College Prep Fair Nov. 5
Cal State Fullerton's Division of Student Affairs, the California State University Chancellor's Office and six CSU additional campuses host a Nov. 5 college fair, "Journey to Success: How to Get to College Workshops for Asian American and Pacific Islander Families and Students."
- Author Edwin Black to Speak on Campus
Award-winning author and investigative reporter Edwin Black will discuss his books and research during a Nov. 1 presentation, "Petropolitics, Oil and the Middle East," sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's Center for Leadership.
- Marketing to the 50+ Consumer
Cal State Fullerton's Department of Marketing sponsors a Friday, Nov. 4, panel discussion about marketing to the 50+ consumer -- 40 percent of the American population. The discussion is open to the public free of charge.
- HEEF Recognizes Gordon
President Milton Gordon Thanks HEEF for Special Recognition
- International Education Forum
Campus and community members are invited to attend a 10 a.m.-4 pm. Nov. 1 International Education Forum, a free, public showcase of the international activities and opportunities available to students, faculty and staff.
- ESPN Recruiters Seek Titans for Jobs, Internships
ESPN recruiters are coming to Cal State Fullerton to meet with students and recent CSUF graduates about the multimedia sports entertainment company's internship programs and entry-level job and career opportunities.
- Military and Commercial Technology Talk
Community members interested in the "Innovative Capabilities of Boeing's Next-Generation Net-Enabled Systems" are invited to a Nov. 3 Technology Breakfast hosted by Cal State Fullerton's College of Engineering and Computer Science and presented by ECS Affiliates.
- Mihaylo College Holds Professor for a Day
Nearly 50 business leaders from banking, accounting, management and retail are stepping into the role of "Professors for a Day" at Cal State Fullerton.
- Celebrating Dia De Los Muertos
Cal State Fullerton students will celebrate Dia De Los Muertos Nov. 2 and 9 through special altar displays and contests, mariachi performances, Aztec dancing, face painting, sugar skull decorating, storytelling and Loteria games.
- Alumni Deliver Program on Public Management Motivation
Public management and motivation is the topic of a Nov. 2 presentation by alumni Tom R. Hatch (B.A. political science '91, M.P.A. '95), Costa Mesa's chief executive officer, and Sean J. Joyce (B.A. political science '86, M.P.A. '93), Irvine's city manager.
- U.S. Bank Economic Empowerment Program Begun
Eighth-graders from two area schools will be learning the importance and power of savings this fall, thanks to a Cal State Fullerton program that will double every $10 bill the students deposit each month into a college savings account -- every month for five years.
- Alumna Awarded Excellence in High School Teaching Award
Cal State Fullerton alumna Alumna Yamila Castro (B.A. Spanish '98, secondary education teaching credential '02, M.A. Spanish '06) is being awarded an Apple of Gold for Excellence in High School Teaching by the Orange County Hispanic Education Endowment Fund (HEEF).
- Interview with an Artist
Lebowski Cycle paintings mix art history, film and figurative paintingh
- Mihaylo Listed in Princeton Review for Sixth Time
Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business and Economics has been included in The Princeton Review's 2012 issue of "Best 294 Business Schools" released this month. This is the sixth consecutive year the college has been included.
- Talent Search Grant Awarded to Continue Program
Underrepresented students from four Orange County high schools are getting help and guidance to graduate and advance to college, thanks not only to a federally supported outreach program offered at Cal State Fullerton, but also students who once were in their shoes.
- GEAR UP Grant Expands Effort in Anaheim School District
To increase access to higher education and prepare at-risk Anaheim students for college success,Cal State Fullerton has been awarded a six-year $5.82 million U.S. Department of Education grant.
- CSUF Donor Presents Documentary at Smithsonian
CSUF Donor Presents Documentary at Smithsonian
- Soprano Marni Nixon Visits CSUF
Legendary American soprano Marni Nixon, who gained fame for providing the singing voice of leading ladies of the day starring in the big box-office movie musicals "West Side Story," "My Fair Lady," and "The King and I," will be in residence at Cal State Fullerton Oct. 17-22, conducting master classes and coaching students individually.
- Alcohol Awareness Week
Cal State Fullerton hosts its second annual Alcohol Awareness Week Oct. 17-22 to increase awareness of the negative consequences of alcohol misuse and abuse, and the importance of practicing legal and responsible use of alcohol.
- Fall Dance Theatre Opens Oct. 20
Student, faculty and guest artist choreographers explore themes of tribal passion, the cosmos, love and feminism through original works set to the music of Atomic Skunk, Philip Glass, the Beatles and Brian Wood during this year's Fall Dance Theatre, which opens Oct. 20.
- Retaining and Graduating Latino Students
Cal State Fullerton has been selected to serve as a mentor institution in a two-year project focusing on the retention and graduation of Latino students.
- Honoring WWII Veterans
Event Honors Veterans, Families, Notable Latinos Nov. 5
- Women's Conference Focuses on Violence and Media
Cal State Fullerton Women's Center presents its 11th annual Domestic Violence Conference, "Media and Interpersonal Violence: Changing Social Norms," about how media and technology affect personal relationships. The free event is open to the public.
- Prader-Willi Research
Increasing Physical Activity is Goal of Latest Prader-Willi Study
- University Strategic Plan Approved
President Milton A. Gordon has approved a campuswide, integrated strategic plan that outlines five themes -- academic excellence, student success, intellectual climate, human resources, technology and facilities, and capacity building -- for planning for the university's future.
- Hall of Fame
Former players Bruce Bowen (basketball) Brent Mayne (baseball) and Susan Lewis-Newton (softball) a former coach, Lynn Rogers (gymnastics), and philanthropists Jerry and Merilyn Goodwin are inducted to CSUF Athletics Hall of Fame.
- Hall of Fame Class of 2011
Athletics Hall of Fame Inducts six.
- 2011 Economic Forecast
Economists Anil Puri and Mira Farka will present national, state and local economic outlook and forecasts, and discuss the growth of the clean technology and renewable energy industry, during the 17th annual Economic Forecast Conference sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business and Economics and the Orange County Business Council.
- ProductCamp SoCal at Cal State Fullerton
Professionals involved in brand and product management and marketing in Southern California are expected to attend the Oct. 15 free, interactive ProductCamp SoCal at Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business and Economics.
- Historian in D.C.
Raymond Rast Takes Part in National Discussion on Latino Landmarks
- Indigenous Film Festival
International Event Features Indigenous Culture, History
- 'Art 4 Health' Exhibit Opening Oct. 12
Cal State Fullerton's Art 4 Health V "HeArt & Soul" exhibit in the Student Health and Counseling Center opens Oct. 12.
- Grant Roundup: July-September 2011
Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff members have recently received grants to fund projects and programs ranging from obesity, waterborne and marine research to programs to enhance nursing and undergraduate education.
- Fulbright Scholar Develops International Partnership
Melinda Pierson, chair and professor of special education, writes about her Fulbright experience in Poland.
- CSUF Receives President's Honor Roll
Cal State Fullerton has been honored with the U.S. President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. It is the fourth time that the university has been so honored.
- Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary Presents 'Bat Night'
The public is invited to attend "Bat Night" at Cal State Fullerton's Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary Oct. 15.
- Night at the Museum
Night at the museum witches lecture anthropology museum cal state fullerton
- Sixth in the West
CSUF Moves Up in Top Public Universities in the West