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2003

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER
DEC.22 Model United Nations Wins Big in Chicago
[Awards & Honors]
Students win three major awards at the recent American Model UN conference including the Overall Best Delegation Award.
DEC.19 CSUF Jazz Musicians Receive Scholarships from 'Friends'
[Awards & Honors]
Nine talented jazz musicians awarded scholarships ranging from $600 to $1,000 each by the Friends of Jazz.
DEC.11 Proposition 55 Receives Support
School bond measure receives a unanimous endorsement by the University Advisory Board and the CSUF Alumni Association Board of Directors.
DEC.11 Master of Public Health Degree Program Approved
CSUF to be first O.C. institution offering master degree in four tracks: health promotion, environmental and occupational health, gerontology health and nursing leadership.
DEC.11 Kenny Loggins Headlines Front & Center 2004
Grammy Award-winner, Kenny Loggins, will bring his enduring showmanship to the stage as headliner of this year's Front & Center
gala Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim.
DEC.11 Symphony Orchestra Celebrates 25 Years
In a special home-coming celebration, the Pacific Symphony Orchestra will celebrate 25 years of great music where it started – at Cal State Fullerton.
DEC.04 CSUF to Host Conference on Improving Corporate Reporting and Governance
[Events]
conference is designed for executives, financial analysts, lawyers, bankers, accountants and investment advisers interested in learning more about the future of the accounting profession and current issues.
DEC.04 Students Ready for International Volunteer Day 2003
[In the Community]
This year, CSUF students to partner with Fullerton Gardens, a local senior care home for those living with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
DEC.03 Peter Camejo to Keynote Green Party General Assembly at Cal State Fullerton
[Events]
From Friday to Sunday, Dec. 5-7, the Campus Greens at Cal State Fullerton will host the general assembly of the Green Party of California.
NOV.21 Local Children to Visit Cal State Fullerton As Part of Cesar Chavez Heroes Project
[Events]
A group of 400 elementary school children will visit Cal State Fullerton for “A Day of Celebrating Education, Service and Community,” through the Cesar Chavez Heroes Project.
NOV.21 Women's Choir and Men's Chorus
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
NOV.18 Quartetto Gelato in a Holiday Concert
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, 2003
Where: Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton
NOV.17 Family Business Learn About Succession Planning
[Events]
Planning for continuity of the family firm will be under discussion at a Dec. 9 workshop on "Succession Planning".
NOV.17 Jazz Ensemble
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
NOV.17 University Symphony Orchestra
[Arts: Music]
When: 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
NOV.17 Top Graduate to Share Secrets of Success
[Events]
Sunshine Lawson, Cal State Fullerton’s top graduate of the Class of ’03, returns to her alma mater next week to share her secrets for academic success in a PowerPoint presentation, “Tools for Change: Success Tips for University Students.”
NOV.13 Mariachi Festival
[Events]
4-7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 22, in Titan Stadium
NOV.13 Symphonic Band with Marc Dickey
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
NOV.12 “Chicken Soup” Book Co-Creator to Keynote Luncheon
[Events]
Jack Canfield, founder and co-creator of the best-selling “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book series, will be the keynote speaker at fund-raising event benefiting Guardian Scholars Program Nov. 24.
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NOV.11 CSUF/UCI To Offer Joint Doctorate in Educational Leadership
[University News]
Program developed to meet increase demands in K-12 educational leadership.
NOV.11 Impromptu Design Competition
[Events]
A team of CSUF mechanical engineering students will compete against a team of mechanical engineering professors in competition on Nov.14.
NOV.11 Dames At Sea
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: December 5-14, 2003
Where: Recital Hall, Cal State Fullerton’s Performing Arts Center
NOV.07

Professor to Moderate Panel on Corporate Giving
How have financial scandals changed the atmosphere and approach to giving? Panel to discuss how nonprofits best work with corporate givers in this climate.

NOV.07

Red Cross Names Gerontology Director Woman of the Year for Education
Abbott recognized for incorporating education into the community and helping to shape legislation that affects the lives of older adults.

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NOV.07

Students Venture Abroad to Study
Thirty-three students are participating in the California State University International Programs which places them at campuses around the world for a year of study.

NOV.06 University Honored for Educational Efforts
[Awards & Honors]
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities awards CSUF for "extraordinary efforts and success."
NOV.06 Engineeering's Global Outreach Efforts Extend to Germany
[University News]
Engineering delegates from a foremost technical institute in Europre arrived to explore ways to implement student exchange program and facilitate possible collaborative projects.
NOV.06 Titan Opera Star to Headline Benefit for Performing Arts
[Arts]
Titan alumnus Rodney Gilfry to headline black-tie gala of opera, Broadway and pops favorites.
NOV.06 Geologist Receives Grants to Study State's Groundwater
[Awards & Honors]
Grants use to study health of groundwater in two Sothern California regions. Students receive opportunity for real-life research.
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NOV.06 Bookstore Program Rewards Departments for Early Textbook Orders
[University News]
Rquisition Reward Program gives student scholarships and store credits to departments for turning textbook requisition on time.
NOV.04 The Dallas Brass Blows Into Fullerton
[Arts / Music]
8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14, 2003 (one performance only)
Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton
  Veterans Day Celebration: A Tribute to Mexican-American POWs and Iraq War Veterans
[Events]
10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 8
Titan Student Union
NOV.06 Pizza With the President
[Events]
Noon – 1 p.m.Monday, Nov. 10, 2003
Titan Student Union Courtyard
NOV.06 Campus Members Form Club To Enhance Sense of Community
[Community]
Faculty and staff members come together for series of social, cultural and intellectual events.
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER
OCT.28 New Acting Director of the Tri-County Technology Small Business Development Center Named
[University News]
Diane Wirth named to lead business consulting center for owners of high-tech, high-growth businesses in southern Cal.
OCT.28 Business Leaders to Share Knowledge as Professors for a Day
[Events]
What would cause 120 business leaders to enter a college classroom? The chance to share their expertise with future business executives as part of “Professors for a Day.”
OCT.27 CSUF Hosts Discussion on Future of California Government
[Event]
Assemblywoman Lynn Daucher will join professors of political science in an Oct. 29 public discussion of "What Is Next for California Government."
OCT.24 Noted Physician to Speak on Doctors Without Borders
[Event]
The Anthropology Department is sponsoring a lecture Thursday, Oct. 30, with Deborah Milligan who has just returned from abroad having served with Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sons Frontières.
OCT.24 Celebrating Philipino Culture
[Event]
The Pilipino American Student Association hosts Friendship Games Oct. 25.
OCT.22 Giant Step: Walk Marks Alumna's Birthday-and Trail Recognition
[People]
Confronting her 40th birthday his year, alumna celebrated in a grand gesture by walking from Oregon to Mexico.
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OCT.20 Titan Pride: Priceless.
[University News]
"Home of the Titans" at the College World Series was a team effort involving parents, alumni, university staff and the hospitality of the citizens of Omaha.
OCT.20 The Metamorphosis of Zzyzx
[University News]
The former Zzyzx Mineral Springs and Health Spa has evolved into the Desert Studies Center, a scientific field station in the eastern Mojave Desert.
OCT.20 Tony-Nominated Titan Brings 'Kabul' to L.A.
[People]
Alumna prepares for one of her toughest role in "Homebody/Kabul".
OCT.20 Fullerton Fulbright Duo
[People]
Campus members have participated widely in the Fulbright program for the promotion of international understanding.
OCT.20 Hot Job: Desert-Loving Biologist Calls Zzyzx Home
[People]
Alumnus becomes first manager of Desert Studies Center at Zzyzx.
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OCT.20 Seven-Year Stretch
[People]
Author and alumnus, David Ferrell, chronicles the trials of publishing his serial-killer baseball mystery, Screwball.
OCT.20 Bold and Beautiful: Popp Goes a Whole New Direction
[People]
Director and alumna, Cynthia Popp, talks about her experience on the sets of "Bold and Beautiful" and "Frasier".
OCT.20 Historian Buffing Up
[People]
Alumnus Considers County Archivist a Dream Job
OCT.14 CSUF Engineers to Host German Students and Faculty Members
[University News]
German visitors scheduled to meet with CSUF mechanical engineering department to explore possibility of a collaborative design project involving students from both institutions.
OCT.13 Cal State Fullerton to Be Honored by Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
[Awards & Honors]
University to receive Outstanding HACU Member Institution Award during the national association’s 17th annual conference.
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OCT.11 Feat of Clay: Five Decades of Jerry Rothman
Grand Central Art Center
November 2, 2003 – January 11, 2004
Laguna Art Museum:
November 2, 2003 – February 29, 2004
OCT.11 Forbidden Broadway
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, 2003
Where: Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton
OCT.09 New Nursing Concentration in Women's Health Care Offered
[University News]
Severe nursing shortage and growing needs for women's health care spark development of new specialization.
OCT.09 Fall Census Breaks Previous Record
[University News]
his fall's student population grew to record 32,592.
OCT.09 CSUF and Iranian Cultural Center Work to Provide Persian Language Classes
[University News]
Center funds classes to teach students Persian culture and language.
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OCT.09 Building Marshals Work to Make Campus Safe
[People]
Donning bright orange vests, building marshals assist with the safe evacuation of campus buildings.
OCT.09 Professor Survey Campus About Working Comfortably
[Research]
Survey shows employees working too long on computer take less breaks and ergonomic training help reduce discomfort.
OCT.09 Campus Community Comes Together To Share Knowledge and Concerns
[Community]
Campus and community members gathered to share information and concerns on issues of foster youth, state recall and peace.
OCT.03 To Be Is To Do: Art Faculty
[Arts: Visual Arts]
Faculty in the fastest growing department on campus will exhibit over 50 artworks representing a wide range of experience, aesthetic attitudes and disciplines.
OCT.02 Record 14 Students Welcomed as Newest Guardian Scholars
Acknowledging promising college-bound foster youth, the Guardian Scholars program welcomed a record 14 students as the newest scholars.
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OCT.02 Theatre & Dance 2003-2004 Season
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
The national award winning Department of Theatre and Dance announces its 2003-2004 season with performances including Lysistrata, Hamlet, Gut Girls, Dames at Sea and more.
OCT.02 New Center Hosts Fraud, Ethics Conference
[Events]
Newly formed Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance to host Oct. 17 conference on “Fraud, Ethics and Changes in the Accounting Profession.”
OCT.01 Mini-Medical School Fall Series
[Events]
Through a series of public lectures, Community Medical School provides attendees with an opportunity to become familiar with modern medical curriculum and gain insight into current medical practice.
SEP.30 Growing Southern Califronia Artists and Collectors: a celebration and fundraising
[Events]
Fundraising event to celebrate Grand Central Art Center's first five years.
SEP.30 California Rural Assistance League Honors Professor
[Awards & Honors]
Isaac Cardenas, chair of the Chicana and Chicano Studies Department honored recently with Educator Award.
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SEP.29 Survey Shows Students Taking Government Classes Favor Governor Recall
[Research]
Some 74% of students in “Intro to American Government” would vote “ to recall Gov. Davis.
SEP.27 University Wind Ensemble, Mitchell Fennell, director & Symphonic Band, Marc Dickey, director
[Arts: Music]
When/Where: 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10, 2003 at the Little Theatre on campus
SEP.27 University Symphony Orchestra, Kimo Furumoto, director
[Arts: Music]
When/Where: 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, 2003 at the Little Theatre on campus
SEP.26 Faculty Voices Opposition to Ballot Propositions
[University News]
Academic Senate voted unanimously to oppose Props 53 and 54 on Oct. 7 ballot.
SEP.26 Student Invited to Turkey on Human Rights
[People]
Philosophy student Harold Morales traveled to Istanbul as part of the inaugural student session at the 21st World Congress of Philosophy.
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SEP.26 Panel Discussion to Focus on Oct. 7 Recall Election
[Events]
When: 1-3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29

Where: Titan Student Union’s Titan Theater
SEP.24 County Residents Decisively Wish to Keep KOCE-TV Public
[Research]
Some 82% favor the sale of KOCE to an entity that would keep the television station a Public Broadcasting System affiliate – even if that means selling for $10M rather than $25M.
SEP.24 Can Students Meet the $1 Million Challenge?
[University News]
High school students learn fundamentals of finance and investment in a special $1M economic challenge — a seven-month stock market simulation offered through Cal State Fullerton.
SEP.23 KIIS-FM Helicopter To Arrive on Campus
[Events]
KIIS-FM traffic reporter Chuck Street will land a helicopter at Cal State Fullerton Thursday morning in conjunction with the fifth annual Associated Students Block Party.
SEP.17 Orange County Residents Say "Yes" to Recall, Schwarzenegger, Props
[Research]
Latest survey shows majority of county residents favor governor recall, Schwarzenegger and both Props 53, 54.
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SEP.17 University to Host World of Credit Workshop
[Events]
Workshop will present basic economic concepts mandated by the California History/Social Science Standards with an emphasis on economic reasoning, math, reading and financial literacy.
SEP.16 7th Annual Jerry Goodwin CSUF Alumni Association Golf Tournament
[Events]
Titan supporters will tee off for student scholarships during the seventh annual Jerry Goodwin CSUF Alumni Association Golf Tournament September 29.
SEP.16 ASI Block Party
[Events]
The fifth annual ASI Block Party, an annual all-day event that showcases the programs and services offered in the Titan Student Union, will come on Sept. 25, 2003 - Vegas style.
SEP.15 Orange County Residents Support CenterLine Plans
[Research]
Latest survey shows some 55% of O.C. residents would vote in favor of building a light rail line from Santa Ana to John Wayne Airport, according to Center for Public Policy and Orange County Business Council.
SEP.12 University To Sell More Parking Permits
[University News]
Students get another opportunity to buy parking permits available next week. Evening-only parking permits now good any time during the day or evening hours on campus.
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SEP.12 A Parking Alternative Is Cause for Celebration at Cal State Fullerton
[Events]
University launches its free bus program for students, faculty, and staff with a kickoff event Monday, Sept. 15. Attendees can visit information tables for assistance with trip planning and details about bus routes.
SEP.11 Raphael Sonenshein: Recall and Election Attracts Spotlight
[People]
Political scientist Raphael Sonenshein receives numerous requests from national media outlets such as CNN, National Public Radio, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times and others for his insight and analyses on the upcoming recall vote.
SEP.11 Campus Center Polls Residents On Recall of Governor
[Community]
Survey shows O.C. residents overwhelmingly in favor of recalling Gov. Davis.
SEP.11 OCTA/CSUF Partner On Free Bus Service
[University News]
Beginning Sept. 15, students, faculty and staff members with a valid TitanCard can ride OCTA buses for free all day, every day.
SEP.11 "Everything's Coming Up Music!"
[Arts: Music]
“Everything’s Coming up Music” teams two of Broadway’s top performers Michael Maguire and Tami Tappan for an evening of favorite show tunes and standards.
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SEP.11 New Boards Named to Guide Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary
[Community]
Advisory boards to provide guidance on facility operations and the use of the sanctuary for academic research and educational purposes.
SEP.09 Art of Science: Molecules Get Artistic Treatment in New Exhibit
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: Through December 19
Reception: 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14
Where: Atrium Gallery, Pollak Library
SEP.09 State Department Official to Speak on Foreign Policy Since 9/11
[Events]
“United States Foreign Policy After September 11” is the subject of a talk by Philip Reeker, spokesman-at-large for the State Department, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10, at Titan Theater.
SEP.08 Cal State Fullerton President to Deliver Annual Convocation Address
[Events]
When: 11:30 a.m. September 9
Where: Portola Pavilion in the Titan Student Union
SEP.04 CSUF Professor To Speak at Space 2003 Conference
[Events]
Mary Joyce, professor of nonprofit marketing, to speak on “Developing a Strategy to Focus Outreach Resources for Results.”
   
JULY - AUGUST
AUG.29 Managing Debt and Capital Requirements Subject of Family Business Workshop
[Events]
When: 7:30-11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16
Where: Mr. Stox Restaurant, 1105 E. Katella, Anaheim
AUG.28 Information Technology Eyes Issue of Illegal File Sharing
[People]
This summer the music industry made a move against individuals and Internet service providers that “share” copyrighted music over peer-to- peer networks. Dick Bednar, senior director of I.T. talks about what effect this action may have on campus.
AUG.28 Tucker Wildlife to Open With New Leadership
[People]
The 12-acre nature preserve operated by Cal State Fullerton in rustic Modjeska Canyon, is undergoing both a renaissance in management and a restoration of facilities.
AUG.28 Career Planning and Placement Center Launches Expanded Titan Connection Job Search System
New system combines Student Portal with several new options to help students find jobs and internships in a highly secure and easy to use format.
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AUG.28 Another Chance to See Mars
[Events]
When: Friday, Sept. 29 from 9-11p.m.
Where: Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary
AUG.27 Three at Cal State Fullerton Named Pre-Doctoral Scholars
[Awards & Honors]
Scholars work closely with faculty sponsors to develop a plan that ultimately leads to enrollment at a doctoral-granting institution.
AUG.26 Cal State Fullerton to Host Unity & Peace Conference
[Events]
When: September 12-14
Where: Kinesiology & Health Science Building
AUG.25 New Director Named for Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary
[Community]
Karon Cornell, director of community relations for CSUF for past three years, has been named director of the sanctuary.
AUG.25 Campus Construction Boom Is Backdrop for Fall Semester Launch
[University News]
Students returning for start of fall semester are finding themselves in the midst of the university’s largest construction boom since the 1960s.
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AUG.25 CSUF Moves Up in Rankings Among Top Public Universities
[University News]
U.S. News and World Report
rankings show CSUF moves up to 8th place from 10th in top public schools.
AUG.21 Students Learn the Business of Community Service
[Community]
Business writing students learn firsthand about the importance of community service and how it relates to the world of business.
AUG.21 Incoming Class of President's Scholars Arriving at Campus
[University News]
Twenty-two of the region's best-and-brightest graduating high school seniors will enter as President's Scholars - the most prestigious status the university accords to incoming students.
AUG.19 The World According to William T. Wiley: Past & Recent Works
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: September 6 - October 16, 2003
Where: Main Art Gallery, Cal State Fullerton
AUG.19 Special Mars Viewing
[Event]
When: Monday, Aug. 25, from 8-10 p.m.
Where: Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary
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AUG.18 ASI & Titan Tusk Force Congratulate Titan Baseball
[Event]
CSUF's Titan Baseball team to be honored for World Series efforts on August 26 in the campuus quad.
AUG.15 “Strategic Plan for an Aging Population"
[Events]
When: 10 a.m.- 3 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 19
Where: Ruby Gerontology Center
AUG.14 Engineering Majors Engaged in Summer Research
[Research]
Two undergraduates take part in an internship program to increase minority participation in natural gas-related research and development programs.
AUG.14 Visual Artists Get Professional Showing
[Arts]
Artwork by seven master of fine arts students is currently on display at the Lowe Gallery in Santa Monica through Aug. 23.
AUG.13 20th Annual Concert Under the Stars
[Events]
When: Friday, Sept. 12
Where: Lawn north of Titan Gymnasium
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AUG.12 El Toro Campus Block Party
[Events]
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 16.
El Toro Campus
AUG.07 2003-04 Alumni Association Board of Directors Announced
[People]
Orange resident Annette Feliciani named new president of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. She is president of AEF Systems Consulting Inc.
AUG.06 Fullerton Alumni Chosen for Doctoral Incentive Program
[University News]
CSU Forgivable Loan/Doctoral Incentive Program allows alumni to pursue doctorate degrees. 
AUG.04 CSUF Students Win Second-Place Award in National Competition
[Awards & Honors]
The five-member team from College of Business and Economics win second place in the Small Business Institute Directors' Association Field Case Competition
AUG.04 New Funding Opportunities on the Horizon For California's Higher Education Community
[University News]
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is advocating for multimillion -dollar federal funding assistance for campuses nationwide
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AUG.04 Applications for Admission to Cal State Fullerton For Fall 2004 Will Be Accepted Beginning Oct. 1
[University News]
Budget cuts cause delay in admission of new students.
JUL.31 New Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary Manager Grew Up Watching Birds at the Facility
[Community]
New manager will address plans for improvements at the 12-acre facility, which will reopen Sept. 1.
JUL.30 Continuing Learning Experience to Host Aug. 16 Open House
[Events]
An open house for prospective and continuing members of Continuing Learning Experience
JUL.30 Orange County Residents Say ‘Yes’ to “Racial Privacy” Initiative on the October 7 Ballot
[Research]
Survey Answers Questions on Race and Governor Davis
JUL.25 University to Oversee Regional Small-Business Development Centers
[University News]
CSUF will oversee centers in Fullerton, Santa Ana and Riverside, including promotion of the training, consulting and technical assistance the centers provide to businesses.
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JUL.25 CSUF Ranked No. 1 in Awarding Master's Degrees in Mathematics to Asian-American, Hispanics
[University News]
University also tied with two Texas institutions for the top spot in granting master’s degrees in math to Hispanics.
JUL.16 County Residents Weigh In On Statewide Issues
[Research]
Survey Answers Questions on State Budget and Governor Davis
JUL.14 "Conversation With President Gordon" Summer Schedule Announced
[Events]
July 22 - August 20 on The Titan Channel
JUL.14 Titan Students Among the Tops in Movie Marketing Competition
[Awards & Honors]
Hollywood Reporter
’s 32nd annual Key Art Awards recognizes students' efforts in motion picture marketing and advertising.
JUL.14 CSUF’s Pakistani Student Association Celebrates Independence
[Events]
6 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, August 16, 2003
College of Engineering and Computer Science Lawn
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JUL.03 Students Recognized for Volunteerism and Community Service
[Community]
University's volunteer center honors four students for their service accomplishments.
JUL.03 High School Students to Learn the Art of Debate
[University News]
More than 100 high school students to participate in the Southern California Debate Institute (SCDI).
JUL.02 Future Teachers Earn Merit Scholarships
[Awards & Honors]
Four university students earn the 2003/2004 Edison International Teachers for Tomorrow Scholarship.
JUL.01 Promise MISS to Offer Summer Math Enrichment for Young Women
[Events]
When: July 7 – Aug. 1
Where: McCarthy Hall, Room 187 and Room 689
JUL.01 Higher Numbers of Students Take Part in Summer Session
[University News]
1,058 classes being offered with more than 11,000 students in attendance
MAY - JUNE
JUN.24 Public Hearing Set for June 30 for Environmental Impact Report
[Events]
A Draft Environmental Impact Report, which pertains to the 2003 Master Development Plan, to be presented.
JUN.24 Computer Science Lecturer Dies in Bicycle Accident
[People]
Alumnus and lecturer struck by a car in Santa Barbara while on a 23-state bike tour.
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JUN.19 Celebrations and Milestones: University Celebrates 44th Commencement
[University News]
More than 34,000 graduates, family members and friends took part in a weekend full of pageantry.
JUN.19 Cal State Fullerton Moves Up in National Ranking For Awarding Degrees to Minorities
[University News]
University climbs to fourth in the nation for awarding bachelor’s degrees to minority students.
JUN.19 University Honors Staff Member for Extraordinary Service
[Awards & Honors]
Erika Bakken awarded this year’s Outstanding Staff Employee Award.
JUN.18 Patrons of the Library Elect 2003-04 Officers
[People]
Patrons raise funds to promote Pollak Library.
[ Full Story ]
JUN.13 Campus Offers Summer Programs for Youth
[Community]
Cal State Fullerton’s summer programs offer several alternatives for children with special interests.
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JUN.12 Southern California Debate League Funded for Third Year
[Awards & Honors]
Grant awarded will provide high school students with the opportunity to hone their public speaking and debate skills.
JUN.12 CSUF Students Experience Italy in the Summertime
[University News]
Twenty-two Cal State Fullerton students enjoy an eight-week study program in Florence, Italy.
JUN.09 Colorful Mexican Wood Carvings and Papier-Mâché Punctuate Summer Exhibit
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: Through September 30
Where: Atrium Gallery, Pollak Library, Cal State Fullerton
JUN.05 Titan Students Lead Hollywood Reporter Competition With Most Nominations
[Awards & Honors]
Repeating last year’s success, Cal State Fullerton took the lead in student competition with four out of 12 nominations.
JUN.04 The Push Project
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: June 7 – August 31, 2003
Where: Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
125 North Broadway, Santa Ana
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JUN.04 "Extremoganza"
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: June 7 – August 30, 2003
Where: Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
125 North Broadway, Santa Ana
JUN.03 War and Words: Researcher Looks at Free Speech and Information Control
[People]
Communications professor, Nancy Snow, explores information manipulation.
JUN.03 Alumna Works Double Time on TV
[People]
Multilingual skills help her on both sides of the camera.
JUN.03 U.K. Alumna's Proven Cool in a Crisis
[People]
Jan Shawe helps major companies deal with the unexpected.
JUN.03 Mary Joyce Appointed to Gianneschi Professorship in Nonprofit Marketing
[People]
Former Emerson College professor awarded first Professorship.
JUN.03 Meet the Beatles
[People]
Alumnus leads magical mystery tour.
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JUN.03 A Little Something For All Tastes in Summer Offerings at CLE
[Events]
When: Three lecture series starting from June 3 – Aug. 7
Where: Mackey Auditorium in the Ruby Gerontology Center
JUN.02 Learning Without Boundaries
[Titan Magazine]
As the university increases its emphasis on global learning, increasing numbers of Fullerton students and faculty members take part in 40-plus international programs each year.
JUN.02 Dateline: IRAQ
[Titan Magazine]
America's only student reporter writes from Iraq as he traveled with the Army's 36th engineering unit.
JUN.02 Four of Our Own
[Titan Magazine]
A qaurtet of alumni hold elective office on the state and federal levels.
JUN.02 The Reluctant Spokesman Speaks Out
[Titan Magazine]
After 9/11, alumnus and Palestinian, Nidal Ibrahim, emerges as spokesman for Arab-Americans.
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MAY.30 Cal State Fullerton Extends Its Student-Learning Reach to Cambodia
[University News]
Community service by students is the focus of a partnership between Cal State Fullerton and Paññäsastra University of Cambodia.
MAY.30 Alumni Association Names Outstanding Graduate Student and Senior
[Awards & Honors]
A budding entrepreneur and a future teacher to receive honors for academic excellence and community services.
MAY.29 Largest Class of Guardian Scholars to Graduate
[People]
Leaving the foster care system behind and struggling through adulthood without families or many safety nets, seven graduating scholars receive recognition for their academic accomplishments.
MAY.29 Marine Biology Student Wins Outstanding Graduate Award
[Awards & Honors]
Graduate student earned straight A’s while remaining active in campus life and community service.
MAY.29 Forsaking Footlights for Emergency Room, Former Actress Wins Health Profession Award
[Awards & Honors]
Actress turned medical student receives award for outstanding community service in the health professions field.
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MAY.28 On the Research Front at Cal State Fullerton
[Research]
Finding a reliable warning signs of future earthquakes and promoting a new generation of environmental biologists and ecologists are latest developments on the research front.
MAY.27 Future Doctor Who Aids in Rescues Receives Two of Cal State Fullerton's Highest Honors
[Awards & Honors]
Awards recipient, who aided in rescues and worked in remote corners of Honduras providing medical assistance, plans to pursue combined M.D. and M.B.A. program.
MAY.27 Free Coffee, Croissants for Cadets, Courtesy of Carol and Her Pal Bill
[University News]
Coffee shop manager and board member offer free coffee to ROTC cadets as gesture of appreciation.
MAY.23 Cal State Fullerton Student Embraces Internationalism
[Awards & Honors]
Future teacher receives award for community services and multicultural awareness.
MAY.20 New Teacher Preparation Program to See Graduation of Inaugural Class
[University News]
New graduating teachers ready for the real classroom.
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MAY.19 College Dream Comes True for Fullerton Mom Earning Top Honors
[Awards & Honors]
A single mom with three teenagers overcomes obstacles to earn straight A's in two majors.
MAY.16 Cal State Fullerton Ranks Eighth in Nation For Undergraduate Degrees Awarded to Hispanics
[University News]
University moved up to eighth place in nation for awarding bachelor's degrees to Hispanics, according to Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education.
MAY.15 A Flower That Makes a Big Stink Is About to Bloom at Fullerton Arboretum
[Events]
Titan Arum or “Corpse Flower,” a plant that smells like rotting flesh when in full bloom, will be on display at the Fullerton Arboretum next week.
MAY.14 Cal State Fullerton Celebrates Commencement May 31 - June 1
[University News]
Nearly 7,800 students, including January graduates, to take part in university’s 44th annual commencement.
MAY.12 Study of Treatments for Premature Babies Wins Statewide Research Award
[ Awards & Honors ]
Mathematics student winning entry: a mathematical modeling project involving the treatment of premature babies who have neonatal jaundice.
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MAY.09 Cal State Fullerton Professor Selected for National Honor
[Awards & Honors]
Physics professor named a Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Scholar for 2003-2005. Researcher plans to explore her interest in quantum field and super-string theory.
MAY.08 Family Legacy to Support Building of OC Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum
[Community]
Honoring their late parents' legacy of community support, Nerio siblings give $100K to museum spotlighting the agricultural heritage of OC.
MAY.08 New System Makes Recruitment and Hiring a Paperless Process
[University News]
New online system makes the hiring process as easy as a mouse click away.
MAY.08 Cal State Fullerton Students Win Regional Ad Competition
[Awards & Honors]
Using marketing strategies and creative talent, five Fullerton students bested advertising teams from other regional universities to win first place at the American Advertising Federation conference.
MAY.08 Engineering Students Embark on Tractor Restoration Project
[University News]
Students get insight to engineering aspects of early farm machinery by restoring vintage Bean tractor to showroom condition.
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MAY.08 Crusade – An Overused Term?
[Opinion & Commentary]
The very word that often means spiritual quest for Westerners also connotes foreign invasion to Middle Easterners. From religion, to politics and entertainment, "crusade" means many things to many people. So what is a crusade?
MAY.08 Rob Fulton: Holding One of the Most Unusual Position at CSUF
[People]
For 17 years, Rob Fulton has lived in the eastern Mojave Desert as the Desert Studies Center's resident manager. What drove this man to the desert?
MAY.08 Scientist Works to Protect Our Coastal Marine Ecosystems
[People]
In 31 years, marine biologist's expertise has led him to be sought after by grad students and his nomination to a federal advisory committee.
MAY.06 Veteran Marine Biologist Named Cal State Fullerton Outstanding Professor
[Awards & Honors]
Honored professor recognized internationally as an oustanding marine ecologist and a leader in implementing science to major policies. He will advice the secretaries of commerce and the interior on marine protected areas.
MAY.01 Student Research Winners to Represent Cal State Fullerton at CSU Competition
[Research]
Three Cal State Fullerton Student Research Competition winners will represent the university at the 17th annual CSU Student Research Competition.
MARCH - APRIL
APR.30 In Good Health
[University News]
The Student Health and Counseling Center at Cal State Fullerton has been reaccredited for a three-year term — the highest level awarded — by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
APR.29 The Talented Mr. Ripley
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: May 16-25, 2003
Where: Recital Hall, California State University, Fullerton
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APR.29 University Symphony Orchestra
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 17, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
APR.24 UPDATE: Cal State Fullerton Marine Biologist Nominated to Federal Advisory Committee
[People]
Marine biologist to join committee to provide advice and recommendations to the secretaries of commerce and interior on marine protected areas.
APR.24 CSU Honors Two CSUF Shining 'STARS' for Community Service
[Awards & Honors]
Senior students recognized for creating a counseling group for teens dealing with depression and connecting volunteers with clients at hospice centers.
APR.24 Business Students Learn Art of Negotiation In Labor Management Simulation
[University News]
Health insurance, benefits, profit sharing, salaries and overtime are thorny issues students will negotiate in a bargaining simulation.
APR.24 Professor Explores the Asian-American Experience
[People]
As society continues to be diverse, Asian American studies professor sees ethnic studies becoming more commonplace.
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APR.24 Center Offers Resources and Atmosphere for Decision Making
[University News]
In an ideal world, group decision making can be accomplished in a democratice fashion, with each member providing input in an unrestrained atmosphere. Decision center makes that happen.
APR.24 Women's Choir and Men's Choir
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Friday, May 16, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
APR.24 Jazz Singers
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 13, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
APR.24 University Singers and Chamber Choir
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 10, 2003
Where: First Baptist Church of Santa Ana
1010 West 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706
APR.24 University Wind Ensemble, Mitchell Fennell, director
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Friday, May 9, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
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APR.24 Symphonic Band, Mitchell Fennell, director
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Thursday, May 8, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
APR.24 6 Booths in 7 Weeks
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: May 3 - 25, 2003
Where: Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
125 North Broadway, Santa Ana
APR.17 Cal State Fullerton Students Participating in Model United Nations
[University News]
From the plight of children living in poverty to the debate over human cloning, students attending this week's Model United Nations conference in New York are delving into society's thorniest issues.
APR.16 Wang Family Excellence Awards Honor Cal State Fullerton Professor, Administrator
[Awards & Honors]
This year's awards include two individuals from CSUF. Winners Pagni and Palmerino to receive cash awards of $20K each.
APR.15 Business Council Honors University With Partnership Award
[Awards & Honors]
CSUF and President Gordon to be honored for “significant contributions to teacher education, for providing a valuable market research operation to serve the business community's needs, and for offering a forum for regional issues.”
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APR.14 Eleftheria Kotzia, guitarist, in recital & master class
[Arts: Music]
When: Master class: 7 p.m. Thursday, April 24, 2003
Recital: 8 p.m. Friday, April 25, 2003
Where: Master class: Thorsen Hall
Recital: Recital Hall
APR.11 Marketing Professor Being Honored by National Association
[Awards & Honors]
Harich, named Educator of the Year, "stands tall even among the giants."
APR.10 Literary Scholar Willis McNelly Dead at 82
[People]
An internationally recognized scholar and authority on the writings of Chaucer, Eliot, Joyce, Shakespeare and Yeats, McNelly was best known for his pioneering efforts to win acceptance of science fiction as a serious form of modern literature.
APR.10 Economist Dives Into Research on Water Prices and Green Technology Use
[Research]
Economist study whether water and utility prices impact aquacultural producers and, in turn, reduce water usage and pollution.
APR.10 Faculty Receive Stipends for Summer Study
[Research]
Twenty four faculty member to receive stipends for various research.
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APR.10 Bojour Paris, Au Revoir Cal State Fullerton
[Research]
Women's studies professor studies the popularity of Martha Stewart in Paris, while history professor examines how history is presented in theme parks in France and U.S.
APR.10 Student-Organized Communications Week Celebrates a Quarter Century
[University News]
Annual event brings local and national communicators front and center. Various presentations and discussions about media, public relations and communications to be presented.
APR.10 National Leaders Will Address Commencement Audience
[University News]
Peace Corp Director Gaddi Vasquez and O.C. Sheriff Michael Carona to address class of 2003 as keynote speakers.
APR.10 Campus Authors Recognized
[Awards & Honors]
This year's award recognized 34 books authored/edited by 35 faculty members.
APR.08 Candide
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: April 25-May 2, 2003
Where: Performing Arts Center Little Theatre, 800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton
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APR.04 Serge Martinchuk, piano, in recital
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Thursday, April 24, 2003
Where: Recital Hall, California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd. (Nutwood and State College Blvd.) Fullerton
APR.04 Vision & Visionaries Pays Tribute to Outstanding Alumni
[Events]
When: Saturday, April 12
Where: Grand Californian Hotel in Anaheim
APR.03 Hot for Glass! Contemporary Glass from L.A. Collections
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: April 5 – May 22, 2003
Opening Reception:7-10 p.m., Saturday, April 5
Where: Visual Arts Center • California State University, Fullerton
800 North State College Blvd., Fullerton, CA
APR.01 Persian Language to be Offered at Cal State Fullerton
[University News]
Language course will also introduce Persian culture, customs and civilation. Classes begin in August.
MAR.27 Nursing Faculty Member Offers Guidance in Kabul
[People]
Professor returns to Afghanistan to help strengthen country's nursing health education system.
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MAR.27 A Sick Baby Sparks a Father's Research
[Research]
Inspired by his son's condition, mathematics professor and his students develop a mathematical model to deal with neonatal jaundice.
MAR.27 Communications Professor Surveys Students For Knowledge on Academic Integrity
[Research]
Communications professors examines students attitude towards cheating and lifting information off the Internet. Results mixed.
MAR.27 CSUF Extends Its Volunteer Reach to Cambodia
[University News]
Presidents of Cal State Fullerton and Pannasastra University of Cambodia to establish a Center for Community Service Learning at the Cambodian university.
MAR.27 Campus Celebrates Cesar Chavez With Letters to U.S. Troops
[Community]
Elementary students to send 500 letters to U.S.S. Nimitz crewmembers as part of Cesar Chavez Day celebration.
MAR.27 Titans Win Top Acting Spots at Theater Fest
[Arts]
For the second time, two theatre students have achieved the rare distinction of winning the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship. Cal State Fullerton may be the first university to do so. Students now head to Washington D.C.
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MAR.27 The United Kingdom Calls President's Scholar to Serve
[People]
Scholar becomes student embassador for British Council.
MAR.24 University President to Address Higher Education Issues
Cal State Fullerton President Milton A. Gordon has been tapped for two national speaking engagements this month that focus on challenges in higher education.
MAR.21 Reduced Shakespeare: "All The Great Books (abridged)"
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, April 19, 2003 (one performance only)
Where: Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton
MAR.19 Student Journalist Is Mideast Bound
Grad student and Daily Titan reporter, Ronald Paul Larson, in Kuwait as the only student journalist credentialed by the Pentagon to cover a possible conflict in Iraq.
MAR.19 Spring Dance Theatre
[Arts - Dance]
When: April 10 - 13 , 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
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MAR.18 Cal State Fullerton Announces Spring Enrollment Count
University’s spring student population is 31,545 — the largest spring enrollment in the university’s history.
MAR.17 Fullerton Ranks High in CSU Evaluation of Teacher Credential Programs
[University News]
Systemwide evaluation of teacher preparedness gets a boost thanks to high marks from CSUF's graduates.
MAR.17 Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival to Screen at Cal State Fullerton
[Art]
When: March 19 - March 21
Where: Room 121 of McCarthy Hall
MAR.13 Marketing Honors Program Brings Students and Companies Together
[People]
Honors Networking Program gives marketing students opportunities to interact with corporate leaders and to learn what employers are seeking in future employees.
MAR.13 CSU Credential Programs Score High Marks
[University News]
Teaching credential graduates receive high marks for preparation to teach reading and math. Ninety-one percent of CSUF graduates were rated prepared in reading and 83 percent in math.
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MAR.13 Center Strives to Develop Leaders Who Understand and Embrace Diversity
[University News]
EMBRACE program teaches students to break cultural stereotypes and become facilitators.
MAR.13 Biological Science Curriculum Evolves
[University News]
With grants and matching resouces totalling more than $1M, department implements, refine and evaluate new curriculum.
MAR.13 NASA Representative to Discuss Space Station, Columbia Tragedy
[Research]
Program manager of the International Space Station Payloads Office to speak on NASA's International Space Station and answer questions on the Columbia shuttle disaster March 21.
MAR.13 Foundation Funds Life-Long Learning Institute
[Awards & Honors]
Gerontology awarded $100,000 to create Osher Lifelong Learning Institute offering courses, services and activities geared towards senior scholars.
MAR.13 Entrepreneur's Legacy Funds Scholarships
[Awards & Honors]
Grandson of alumna establishes scholarship to honor his mother and to recognize an outstanding business major and single parent.
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MAR.13 Titans Maker Their Presence Known at Model United Nations
[Awards & Honors]
CSUF's Model U.N. delegations made a splash in New Orleans, receiving the Outstanding Delegation Award for their efforts at the America West Model UN Conference.
MAR.13 Mathematics Students Shine At National Conference
[Awards & Honors]
CSUF students win top prizes at mathematics conferences.
MAR.12 If It's March, It's Time for the Annual Anthropology Symposium
[Events]
When: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, March 22
Where: Portola Pavilion of the Titan Student Union
MAR.06 University Symphony Orchestra and University Singers
[Arts: Music]
When:8 p.m. Saturday March 22, 2003
4 p.m. Sunday, March 23 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd. (Nutwood and State College Blvd.) Fullerton
MAR.05 Memorial Set for University Wind Ensemble Founder, Benton Minor
[People]
Benton Minor, Professor Emeritus of Music and dedicated music educator for forty years, died February 25 of natural causes. He was 75.
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MAR.05 Transforming Voices - Women's History Month 2003
[University News]
The Women's History Month celebration at Cal State Fullerton is jam-packed with activities during the month of March. The scheduled events will conclude with an April campus visit by Sen. Barbara Boxer.
MAR.03 The Accidental Opera Star
[People]
Rodney Gilfry's latest work took the opera world by storm. Look out Broadway: here comes southern California blonde baritone.
MAR.03 Got Heart
[People]
Cal State Fullerton Athletics is home to four outstanding leaders to whom athletes, authorities, sportswriters and other coaches from across America turn.
MAR.03 Professor Pagni and His Magical Mathematics
[People]
With or without a magic wand, David L. Pagni brings math to the people.
MAR.03 UPS Executive Credits Fullerton for Strong Business Foundation
[People]
Alumnus believes "trust is the glue that holds corporate culture together."
   
JANUARY - FEBRUARY
FEB.27 New Phase of Construction Set
[University News]
Construction of new Performing Arts Center to begin this spring and multi-level parking structures in summer.
FEB.27 Associate Professor Works to Aid Homeland Security
[People]
Professor works with law enforcement officials to devise a new information system that will provide greater access of information for agencies.
FEB.27 University Honors Faculty for Dedication to Teaching
[Awards & Honors]
Faculty members honored for academic excellence, community involvement and program development.
FEB.27 Master's Thesis Earns Two Major Awards for Alumnus
[Awards & Honors]
Alumnus honored twice with graduate thesis on developing and quantifying chemical breakdown products of amino acid.
FEB.27 Former Marine Returns to El Toro This Time as a College Student
Former Marine turned student helps faculty members compile photo history and information on military criminal justice.
FEB.27 Engineering a Career in Fullerton and the World
Mechanical engineering professor enjoys working with students, creating devices for people with physical handicaps and collecting apple-coring machines.
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FEB.27 Web Communicator Displays Her Artistic Side in Choral Performance
[People]
Winning awards and having fun drive Faris-Penn to make sweet music as member of a Sweet Adelines chorus.
FEB.27 "A... My Name is Alice"
When: March 15-23, 2003
Where: Arena Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
Nutwood Ave. and State College Blvd., Fullerton
FEB.26 Chamber Recital
[Arts: Music]
When: 4 p.m. Sunday, March 16, 2003
Where: Recital Hall, California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd. Fullerton
FEB.24 A Piece of My Heart
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: March 14-23, 2003
Where: Arena Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
Nutwood Ave. and State College Blvd., Fullerton
FEB.20 The Merry Wives of Windsor
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: February 28-March 9, 2003
Where: Little Theatre, California State University, Fullerton
Nutwood Ave and State College Blvd., Fullerton
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FEB.13 University Celebrates President's Month By Saluting Alumni Business Leaders
[University News]
Three business leaders and CSUF alumni will share their experiences in making a business grow and prosper on Feb. 25.
FEB.13 First-Time CSUF Freshmen Improve in Math Proficiency
[University News]
CSUF and Cal State Los Angeles tied for top spot for having the most successful remediation programs in the CSU.
FEB.13 CAPI Programs Aid First-Time Freshmen
[University News]
Programs help freshmen achieve proficiency with Math and English before enrolling.
FEB.13 Report Seeks 'Roadmaps' To Graduation
[University News]
Study recommends development of 4-, 5- and 6-year plans to guide students in degree progams.
FEB.13 CSU Completes Evaluation of CSUF President Gordon
[University News]
Report outlines CSUF president's accomplishments in six years.
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FEB.13 Big West Scholar Athletes of the Year Named
[Awards & Honors]
Men's soccer team captain and women's gymnast honored for athletic and academic accomplishments.
FEB.13 The Egg Drop Is Back!
[In the Community]
High schoolers tossing eggs off campus building hoping they won't break - what could be more fun at the MESA Day competition Feb. 19.
FEB.13 Gallery Director Provides Pleasures in the Great and the Small
[People]
Director Chiang creates an environment that has attracted unique collections, international participation and promising new artists to university.
FEB.12 University Unveils New Center for Oral and Public History
[University News]
Center to archive oral documentation pertaining to the personal, regional, ethnic, political and international histories of Southern California.
FEB.11 Carles Pons, guitarist presents a master class and recital
[Arts: Music]
When: Master class: 7 p.m. Thursday, March 27, 2003
Recital: 8 p.m. Friday, March 28, 2003
Where: Master class: Thorsen Hall, California State University, Fullerton
Recital: Recital Hall, California State University, Fullerton
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FEB.11 Håkan Rosengren, clarinet, in recital
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 5, 2003
Where: Recital Hall, California State University, Fullerton; 800 N. State College Blvd. (Nutwood and State College Blvd.) Fullerton
FEB.11 Bongshin Ko, cellist, in recital
[Arts: Music]
When: 4 p.m. Sunday, March 2
Where: Recital Hall, California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd. (Nutwood and State College Blvd.) Fullerton
FEB.10 “ A REALLY BIG SHEW ”: A Tribute to Ed Sullivan
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, March 8, 2003
Where: Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton
FEB.07 Cal State Fullerton Loses an American Historian
[People]
University mourns the passing of Clark Davis, 36, associate professor of history and vice chair of the History Department.
FEB.07 Robert Watson, piano, in recital
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28
Where: Recital Hall, California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd. (Nutwood and State College Blvd.) Fullerton
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FEB.07 2003 Spring Season
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: various dates starting on Feb. 28
Where: Cal State Fullerton’s Performing Arts Center Nutwood Ave. and State College Blvd., Fullerton
FEB.06 Celebrating African American Heritage Month at Cal State Fullerton
[In the Community]
Cal State Fullerton's observance of African American Heritage Month is being celebrated in music, art, dance, speeches and poetry readings.

FEB.05 Business Leaders Offer Support and Advice During Cal State Fullerton's Business Week
[In the Community]
Corporate leaders and working professionals to provide an up-close and personal view of what it takes to be competitive and successful, as part of Cal State Fullerton's Business Week activities.
FEB.05 Philanthropy and the Family Business Workshop Set
[In the Comunity]
Cal State Fullerton's Family Business Council hosts a Feb. 18 breakfast workshop on “Philanthropy and the Family Business: Good Business, Strong Families.”
FEB.05 Stock Market Simulation Offered to High School Students
[In the Community]
High school students will be learning the fundamentals of finance and investment this
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FEB.03 Cal State Fullerton Kicks Off Spring Semester Today
[University News]
Spring semester class begins today with a wide range of activities to welcome the semester. More than 29,000 students are expected at multiple sites.

JAN.31 National Scholarship Recipient to Study in Australia
[People]
Business administrations student recieves Gillman Scholarship and will fulfill her goal by traveling to Australia to attend Queensland University of Technology.
JAN.30 There's Lots of Debate for These Professors
[People]
When two speech communication faculty members come together for an interview it promises to be a lively banter of information.
JAN.30 Model United Nations Participant Honored As Best Speaker at German conference
[Awards & Honors]
Political science student awarded best speaker at Model UN Conference in Germany.
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JAN.30 Governor Proposes Student Fee Increase, University Studies Cost-Cutting Option
[University News]
Gov. Davis proposes a 25 percent fee increase for the CSU system. An Academic Senate committee reviews campus plans.
JAN.30 Campus Daycare Facility Expands
[University News]
New 1,300-square-foot addition created to meet childcare service demands from faculty and staff members.
JAN.30 President Gordon Serves on ROTC Advisory Committee
[University News]
Reflecting the importance of CSUF's ROTC program, President Gordon is an appointed member of the Army Education Advisory Committee's ROTC subcommittee, which provides the Army with expert advice on Army educational programs.
JAN.30 New Electric Vehicles Run Silently and Efficiently
[University News]
Ford Motors grants CSUF eleven electric vehicles to escort people and equipments around campus.
JAN.30 CSUF Students Spend Springtime in London
[University News]
Twenty-two CSUF students participate in the CSUF London Semester Program coordinated by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
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JAN.30 Orange County Reads One Book' Kicks Off Feb. 5
[In the Community]
University will host festivities by introducing the author of New York Times bestseller Falling Leaves and Chinese Cinderella.
JAN.30 Computer Workshops to Benefit Santa Ana Parents
[In the Community]
Grand Central Art Center to hosts computer workshops aimed at parents of promising and college-bound students living in Santa Ana
JAN.30 Students Serve Others as AmeriCorps Volunteers
[In the Community]
CSUF students are out in the community as learning assistants, tutors and volunteer workers.
JAN.30 New Well to Further Student-Faculty Research Into Local Water Quality
[Research]
A 1,000-foot well was drilled thanks to donated drilling equipments. Well will provide a learning lab for students to study water and soil samples.

   
JAN.27 Metaplasmic: Recent Drawings and Paintings by Manuel Pardo
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: February 1 - March 6, 2003 (Closed Monday, February 17)
Opening Reception: 7-10 p.m., Saturday, February 1, 2003
Where: Visual Arts Center, California State University, Fullerton 800 North State College Blvd., Fullerton, CA
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JAN.24 Natalia Lipnitskaya, master class & recital
[Arts: Music]
When: Master class: 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, 2003
Recital: 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21, 2003
Where: Master class: Thorsen Hall, California State University, Fullerton
Recital: Recital Hall, California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd. (Nutwood Ave. and State College Blvd.) Fullerton
JAN.17 Dean A. Smith: Nocturne
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: February 3-20, 2003
Opening Reception: 6:15 -10 p.m., Saturday, February 1, 2003
Where: Visual Arts Center, California State University, Fullerton, 800 North State College blvd., Fullerton
JAN.17 Rat Powered Love Nest Fest
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: Friday, February 14, 2003
Where: Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center 125 North Broadway, Santa Ana
JAN.17 Color Me There: Thrift Store Surf Paintings
[Arts: Visual Arts]
When: Feb. 1 - March 30, 2003
Reception: 7-10 p.m. Saturday, February 1, 2003
Where: Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
JAN.17 The Premiere Trio
[Arts: Music]
When: 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003
Where: Recital Hall, 800 N. State College Blvd.
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JAN.16 The Chameleons
[Arts: Theatre & Dance]
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, 2003 (one performance only)
Where: Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton
JAN.14 River City Brass Band, Denis Colwell, director
[Arts: Music]
When: 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, 2003 (one performance only)
Where: Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton
JAN.08 CSUF President to Speak at Education Conference in Cambodia
[University News]
President Gordon will be guest speaker at a Jan. 11 “Raising the Standards of Higher Education: Achievements and Challenges” conference at Pannasastra University.
JAN.07 Worker's Compensation Subject of Family Business Workshop
[University News]
Cal State Fullerton's Family Business Council hosts a Jan. 14 breakfast workshop on “Regaining Control of Your Worker's Compensation Program.”

 

 

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