- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Spring 2012 Lectures
From the IRS to the Ottoman Empire and from twins to robotic surgery, Cal State Fullerton's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) explores these and other topics in a series of free, public programs, beginning in February. Presenters include Cal State Fullerton faculty members, as well as practicing physicians.
- Titan Tuesdays Launches
To promote Titan Pride on campus, the Division of Student Affairs is inviting all faculty, staff, administrators and students to participate in Titan Tuesdays -- a universitywide initiative --formally launching with Saturday's (Feb. 4) homecoming activities.
- Bridge to Brazil
Cal State Fullerton faculty members from across disciplines are delving into Brazilian research on myriad topics from haiku and history to ecology and kinesiology.
- Commercial Real Estate Program
A panel of executives from Southern California commercial real estate companies will be sharing their insights on the past, present and future of industrial, apartment, office, retail and capital market sectors during a Feb. 9 program sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's Real Estate and Land Use Institute.
- Faculty Art Shown in 'No Regrets'
Thirty-two full-time art faculty members will exhibit their most recent work in a new exhibit opening Jan. 28 in Cal State Fullerton's Begovich Gallery.
- Incoming President Meets Campus Community
Incoming Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García visits campus and greets campus community at Jan. 26 Academic Senate meeting.
- New President Named for CSUF
The California State University Board of Trustees today named Mildred García, president of California State University, Dominguez Hills, as president of California State University, Fullerton, effective after June 1. García, who is the first Latina president in the CSU system, has been CSUDH president since 2007.
- Interim President Named for Fullerton
Willie Hagan named Cal State Fullerton's interim president, to serve "until a permanent president is on campus."
- Business Professor Joseph Sherif Dies
Joseph Sherif, professor of information systems and decision sciences at Cal State Fullerton, died Jan. 10 of complications from lung cancer. He was 73.
- Dance Champions
Titans Dance Team Named Champions Three Years in a Row
- Young Senator Program Encourages Higher Education
Area high school students learned about the value of a college education through a recently held meeting to launch the Cal State Fullerton/Sen. Lou Correa's Young Senators Pathway to College Program.
- Countering Genocide and Hate
"Precluding Genocide, Countering Hate: Action-Oriented Idealism for the 21st Century" will be presented Jan. 28 at Cal State Fullerton. Open to the public, the free event is part of a new project that aims to fight hatred and genocide.
- Professor's Research Makes National Geographic
Psychology Pofessor Nancy L. Segal Featured in National Geographic Cover Story on Twins
- John Hopkins Center Program Encourages STEM Studies
Cal State Fullerton scientists and mathematicians are hoping to inspire as they share their experiences and research with 100 middle and high school students and their parents Jan. 28 at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth family academic program.
- Students Receive Gilman Scholarships
Nine Cal State Fullerton students soon will be traveling to distant lands to experience different cultures while attending university with fellow students they would normally never have an opportunity to meet, thanks to the federal Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program.
- CSU Approves D.N.P.
Cal State Fullerton School of Nursing On Track to Offer Doctorate of Nursing Program
- Blackburn Speaks at ECS Tech Breakfast
Gerald "Jerry" Blackburn, president of Aerospace Legacy Foundation, is featured speaker at the Feb. 9 Cal State Fullerton College of Engineering and Computer Science Technology Breakfast. The event is open to the public.
- Peer-to-Peer Program Helps STEM Students
A new peer-to-peer program helps students succeed in gateway courses to degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
- Homecoming 2012
As Homecoming approaches Feb. 4, we bring you basketball stats to inform you about the Titan men's and women's teams.
- Mapping Richard Nixon
CSUF Alumnus Paul Carter Creates Map of 37th President's Southern California Roots
- Solar Power
Cal State Fullerton Celebrates Completion of Three Solar Systems
- Interim President Bolsters Leadership Ranks
New Appointments, Titles and Responsibilities for Cal State Fullerton Veterans
- New Chief of Police Appointed
Dennis DeMaio, a 38-year law enforcement veteran, has been named Cal State Fullerton's university chief of police.
- Norma Morris Retires
Long-time Cal State Fullerton staffer Norma Morris retires after more than four decades of service.
- Cooper Center Director Appointed
Scientist Jere H. Lipps to Lead Archeological, Paleontological Curation and Research
- Advocacy Cards
Cal State Fullerton Advocacy Cards Help Stack the Deck for Higher Education
- Faculty Awarded Reassigned Time Awards
Seventy-one faculty members will be delving into a wide range of research and creative enterprises during the spring, thanks to Faculty Reassigned Time Awards for scholarly and creative activities announced by Academic Programs.
- 2011 in Review
Cal State Fullerton news in 2011 covered everything from the opening of the new Irvine Campus and Cooper Center to the launching of various Center for Oral and Public History projects and exciting programs promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning.
- Gordon Bakken Book Talk
Gordon Morris Bakken Book Talk on history mining law executions cal state fullerton pride
- Federal, State and Local Office Holders Honor Gordon's Leadership
Statements shared by federal, state and local office holders reflecting upon the impact of President Gordon's leadership.