- Open Forum in Search Process for Next President
During a lively open forum Oct. 21, students, staff, faculty, emeriti and alumni gathered in the Titan Student Union to help launch the process of selecting the university's next president.
Cal State Fullerton promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, myriad ways -- through special programs, initiatives, hands-on instruction and research.
- STEM Study Grants
Cal State Fullerton's drive to increase student interest in the STEM fields -- one of the university's initiatives -- is getting a boost from a new round of federal funding.
- Gaining Experience Building and Using a Super Computer
CSUF students are gaining real-world experience building and using a "supercomputer" in the lab of Kiran George, assistant professor of computer engineering.
- Author Discusses Personal Experience Using Confidential Source
CSUF faculty member recounts how as a reporter he used a confidential source. An excerpt from his recent book "Privileging the Press."
- Shepard Writes Book on Confidential Sources
Jason Shepard, assistant professor of communications, discusses journalism's use of confidential sources -- the subject of his book "Privileging the Press."
- German Immingrant Theater Book Excerpt
An excerpt from the Preface of Music in German Immigrant Theater: New York City 1840-1940
- Music Professor's Landmark Book is Widely Acclaimed
John Koegel's "Music in German Immigrant Theater: New York City, 1840-1940 " tells, for the first time, the engrossing story of this previously unexplored aspect of the history of American musical theater.
- Trade Summit and Forecast
Cal State Fullerton's Mihaylo College of Business and Economics and the Orange County/Inland Empire Small Business Development Center are hosting a Global Trade Summit -- a forum for business owners, buyers and service providers to meet and further global business transactions, particularly with China.
- Studying Seismic Safety
Researcher Michele M. Wood Evaluates The 'Great ShakeOut'
- Saving Ethnic Studies
Chicano Studies Scholar Delivers Lecture Dec. 1 at CSUF
- Scenic Lab
""The Wedding Singer" behind-the-scenes crew of students and staff mount the Theatre and Dance Department production slated for the Little Theatre in the Clayes Performing Arts Center on campus. The musical comedy opens Nov. 18.
- Leadership Institute to Empower Women of Color
Cal State Fullerton's College of Education hosts Kaleidoscope Leadership Institute, a five-day conference that celebrates and enhances the achievements of women of color in higher education.
- Regional Municipal Partnership Being Established
Are there enough economic and regional similarities among north Orange County cities for them to work together to encourage economic development in the area? Representatives of several cities, Cal State Fullerton, Edison and others are working to establish the North Orange County Economic Development Partnership.
- Conditions of Children Forum
"Family violence is a problem that affects everyone," said Michelle G. Berelowitz, director of Cal State Fullerton's Center for Community Collaboration. "Prevention and treatment require the effort of the entire community."
- Obesity and Urban Planning
Urban Planning Expert Researchers Policymaking Links to Fight Against Obesity
- Revision of Master Plan to be Discussed
Next year, Cal State Fullerton will seek approval from the California State University Board of Trustees for a revised campus master plan. But first, campus administrators wish to hear from members of the campus community. An all-campus presentation and discussion will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, in Room 130 of the Pollak Library.
- Faculty Members Honored for Years of Service
Cal State Fullerton recognized the many years faculty members have given in teaching and research during a special program held this month in the Titan Student Union. Among those recognized during the annual festivities were 12 faculty members who have served for more than 30 years of service.
- All Points of the Compass
"All Points of the Compass," Cal State Fullerton's 15th annual geography conference, will feature lectures on globalization and retail development, among other geographic topics Nov. 18.
- 'Race to Nowhere' Screenings
Cal State Fullerton Hosts Free Screenings of Documentary on Education
- Real Estate Research Ranked in Academic Article
Michael LaCour-Little, professor of finance and director of Cal State Fullerton's Real Estate and Land Use Institute, has been ranked 17th in a top 50 listing of prolific writers of real estate research in the July issue of the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.
- Jonathan Soto Interning at Nickelodean
Cal State Fullerton art major Jonathan Soto, a finalist in this week's CSU Media Arts Festival, is spending the fall semester as a production intern at Nickelodean
- Honoring Veterans
Cal State Fullerton honors veterans myriad ways. As students, veterans are offered a number of services on campus. Annual ceremonies and special events also salute veterans on campus and in the community.
- Student Veterans Association
SVA Helps Veterans Navigate CSUF and Succeed
- Veteran President's Scholars
Cal State Fullerton's Prestigious President's Scholars Program accepts its first veterans.
- CSUF Supports Service Members
Cal State Fullerton sponsors and supports a number of programs to help veterans on campus and in the community.
- Howard Hughes Weekend Research Program
Orange County community college and high school students will participate in three days of research experiences Nov. 12-13 and 19 as part of Cal State Fullerton's Howard Hughes Medical Institute Weekend Research Program.
- CollegeTown Innovation Continues
CollegeTown adds MindMixer virtual town hall to solicit widest possible community input in planning process.
- A Prayer for Owen Meany Opens
Faith and destiny are severely tested in Simon Bent's dramatic adaptation of John Irving's "A Prayer for Owen Meany" playing in Cal State Fullerton's Young Theatre Nov. 11-Dec. 4.
- Pumpkin Launch Results
Cal State Fullerton Fourth Annual Pumpkin Launch Attracts Thousands
- Conditions of Children in Orange County
As families throughout Orange County struggle economically, more children are qualifying for welfare services and free or reduced-price school lunches, and their reading scores are plummeting, according to the 17th annual Report on the Conditions of Children in Orange County.
- International Trade Discussion
Cal State Fullerton economists Mira Farka and Adrian R. Fleissig will discuss the potential of exports for business growth and opportunity during a Nov. 17 Inland Empire International Trade Forecast Breakfast.
- Paleontology Curator Discusses OC's Geologic History
"The History of Life in Orange County: A Trip Through Time" will be presented Nov. 15 by Cal State Fullerton's Meredith Rivin, associate curator of paleontology at the John D. Cooper Center for Archaeology and Paleontology.
- Volunteers Honored for University Service
Cal State Fullerton has recognized 10 individuals for giving of their time and talents in service to the university as this year's Volunteers of the Year.
- Pathway Program Helps Youth Pursue Teaching Careers
A $500,000 state grant is funding a Cal State Fullerton program that encourages and helps former at-risk youth to seek careers in teaching.
- WorkAbility Program Helps Students and Alumni Find Jobs
For more than 13 years, Cal State Fullerton's Workability Program has offered students and alumni with physical or learning disabilities career advice and assistance in landing jobs.
- Panetta Experience
Student Intern Explores Washington, D.C.
- Alumnus Wins Emmy for History Channel Special "Gettysburg"
Cal State Fullerton alumnus Brent Steinberg recently won a a 2011 Emmy for "Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special." It was his first Emmy win and first nomination.