August 2012

  • Alumni Star of "Criminal Minds" in Area

    "Criminal Minds" star and CSUF graduate Kirsten Vangsness (B.A. theatre arts '96) is scheduled to join fellow cast members of the CBS drama on Sunday, Aug. 19, at the Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts.

  • Earning Tuffy Bucks

    Cal State Fullerton's Office of Environmental Health and Safety have instituted "Tuffy Bucks," a new incentive program to encourage students, staff and faculty members to learn and use safe work habits to stay safe and healthy on campus

  • Safety Training Recognized

    Cari Elofson of Cal State Fullerton's Environmental Health and Safety Office is honored by American Society of Safety Engineers.

  • AB 540 Conference

    Cal State Fullerton's AB 540 Taskforce presents "Reaching the Dream Together: Helping AB 540 and Undocumented Students," a free conference about issues affecting undocumented students. Topics to be discussed will include the federal and state Dream Act, immigration laws, student rights and CSUF support services for undocumented students.

  • Responders Discuss Importance of Drill

    CSUF staff discuss the importance of training as emergency responders.

  • Tucker Intern Helps Create Handbook

    Cal State Fullerton student Lauren Bailey was busy this summer working to produce a teacher's handbook for kindergarten through seventh grade classes that visit Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary to learn about the environment and the region's natural habitat.

  • College Planning Event Sept. 8

    Cal State Fullerton has teamed up with the College Board to host "Destino Universidad" Saturday, Sept. 8.

  • Actress-Lecturer Performs Shakespeare in the OC

    Fresh from her stint on stage in Prague earlier this summer, actress Evelyn Carol Case, a member of the Theatre and Dance Department faculty, is preparing to reprise her role as the leading lady in "Venus and Adonis," in performances to be staged tonight and Saturday with Shakespeare Orange County at the Festival Amphitheatre in Garden Grove.

  • Preparation Program Introduces Students to Research

    Cal State Fullerton's Research Careers Preparatory Program Introduces students to and sparks interest in science careers.

  • Alumni Researchers Share Lab Experiences

    Three Cal State Fullerton alumni -- all first-generation college students -- share how their experiences in the lab helped them succeed in their careers.

  • Federal Funds Support Grad Student Research

    Eighteen Cal State Fullerton graduate students recently received funding in support of their research efforts, thanks to a campuswide research fund and graduate student program underwritten by a five-year U.S. Department of Education award.

  • Mel Franks Retires

    Campus Sports Information Director Retires After 32 Years

  • Graduating Latinos in STEM Fields

    Cal State Fullerton is among the top institutions graduating Latino students in science, technology, engineering and math, according to a recent study completed by Excelencia in Education, a Washington, D.C.-based national nonprofit organization with the mission is to accelerate Latino student success in higher education.

  • Emergency Drill Aug. 10

    Cal State Fullerton will conduct a limited emergency exercise Friday, Aug. 10, to test campus readiness and crisis response. No evacuation of buildings is scheduled during the 8 to 11 a.m. exercise.

  • Survey Looks at the State of County Nonprofits

    Orange County is home to 3,181 nonprofit organizations, up nearly 70 percent from a decade ago. As the number of organizations grow, how well are they doing in meeting their financial goals? A CSUF survey found out.

  • Students Gain Experience in Washington, D.C.

    They have the chance to see firsthand how America's government operates, how laws are passed, how Congress runs and how lobbyists, advocates and nonprofit organizations work to ensure their voices are heard. This year's class of 35 Cal State Fullerton students, participating in the Cal State DC program, are spending the summer interning in the nation's capitol.

  • Math Matters

    Outstanding mathematics professors discuss the importance of math inside and outside the classroom.

  • New Lighting System for Titan Gym

    Athletes and audiences in Titan Gym this spring may not have realized it but they were watching games and matches in a much better light -- thanks to a project that replaced fixtures and installed a wireless control system.

  • Alum Performs in Beach Boys Musical

    Cal State Fullerton alumnus Marshal Kennedy Carolan is performing in the world premiere of "Surf the Musical."

  • CSUF-Asian Educators Discuss Partnerships, Research

    Cal State Fullerton faculty, staff and administrators recently returned from a 10-day program in China where they discussed education, research, possible partnerships and exchanges.

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