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Cal State Fullerton President to Receive Leadership Award
Dr. Milton A. Gordon
Now in his 16th year at president of California State University Fullerton, Gordon was selected for the Chief Executive Officer Leardership Award because of his vision and ability to inspire others, establishment of a positive image for the university, rise in the institution's stature in the community, as well as increased innovation and support of advancement for the university.
President Milton A. Gordon to be honored with Chief Executive Officer Leadership Award

December 5, 2005 :: No.  84

Cal State Fullerton President Milton A. Gordon will be honored today by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) with its Chief Executive Officer Leadership Award for CASE District VII.

The award will be presented during the CASE District VII's annual conference in San Francisco. District VII encompasses the states of California, Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada and Utah.

Now in his 16th year at president of Cal State Fullerton, Gordon was selected for the award because of his vision and ability to inspire others, establishment of a positive image for the university, rise in the institution's stature in the community, as well as increased innovation and support of advancement for the university.

Gordon's expertise is being tapped by various national groups. This fall, he was elected to serve as secretary on the Governing Board for the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. In addition, he was elected to a three-year term on HACU's Commission on International Education and is its only representative from California.

Also this year, Gordon, who has a doctorate in mathematics, was named to serve on the American Association of State Colleges and Universities new Task Force on Mathematics and Science Enrollments. AASCU represents more than 400 public colleges, universities and systems of higher education that collectively serve more than three million students. The 13-member task force includes only one other member from California - Warren J. Baker, president of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

Media Contacts: Paula Selleck, Public Affairs, 657-278-2414 or pselleck@fullerton.edu


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