Kilduff, soprano and Brian Moll, piano
In concert 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10.
residents give their opinions on same-sex marriage and presidential
Orange County residents’ opinions
on same-sex marriage, direction of the country and presidential
State Fullerton debate team to be featured on college sports
Cal State Fullerton debate team members
Josh Clark and Cameron Ward, both of Fullerton, will be among
the debaters featured Wednesday, Sept. 1, on College Sports
Television (CSTV), beginning at 5 p.m.
economics conference slated
Economics teachers and researchers from
throughout the Southland are invited to attend the Oct. 21-23
West Coast Conference on Teaching Economics.
State Fullerton ranked among top western public universities
Cal State Fullerton retains its top-10
ranking among the “Top Public Universities—Master’s
(West)” in the 2005 U.S. News & World Report’s
annual “America’s Best Colleges” listings
Scholars Program welcomes a record number of new students
A record 15 students are being welcomed
as Cal State Fullerton’s newest class of Guardian Scholars
— promising, college-bound foster youth.
kicks off with new students and completed parking structure
Cal State Fullerton will kick off the
fall semester next week with the opening of the campus’s
largest building. The Nutwood Parking Structure in Parking Lot
D, near the corner of Nutwood Avenue and State College Boulevard,
will bring significant parking relief for the approximately
31,200 students expected for the first day of fall classes on
Monday, Aug. 23.
compete at 2004 Olympics
Four current and former Cal State Fullerton
athletes are competing in the summer games in Athens, Greece.
foundations contribute to Guardian Scholars
Two gifts totaling $100,000 have been
awarded by family-based foundations to the Guardian Scholars
and staff sign up for physical fitness
Established last spring, the Employee
Wellness Program offers university faculty and staff members
the opportunity to participate in a variety of physical activities
and health-related fitness assessments.
foster youth take flight post-emancipation
Titan alumna Jenny Mohr has run a homeless
shelter, a crisis clinic and a group home, in addition to working
as coordinator of the After Care Program for Orangewood Children’s
Home. Now she directs the Guardian Scholars Program, which acknowledges
the accom-plishments of students who have left the foster care
system, were wards of the court or come from similar backgrounds.
violence in Asian families: Breaking barriers
Mikyong Kim-Goh, associate professor of
human services, saw the devastation of domestic violence on
Asian women while serving as a psychiatric social worker and
completing her doctoral dissertation.
offer goods and services
There are two new ways to purchase items
online. For campus members seeking or offering recommendations
on services, or trying to sell or purchase items such as a used
desk lamp or a second-hand book, there’s CSUF Marketplace
C. McMillen's Museum of Distraction
Exhibition transforms the Cal State Fullerton
Main Art Gallery into a dimly-lit labyrinth of chambers through
which the viewer navigates mysterious worlds made up of seven
separate installations constructed from discards found in the
streets and alleys of L.A. and augmented by carefully chosen
professor puts student learning under the microscope
Michael E. Loverude, assistant professor
of physics, soon will be trying to get into college students’
heads — to find out if they understand what they are taught
vice president, University Communications and Marketing appointed
at Cal State Fullerton
Bruce Erickson will be responsible for
creating and implementing the university’s strategic marketing
and communication plans.
Day of Service
“Titan’s Into the Community
Service Day”- aimed at doing our part to clean up our
environment and address poverty in our community.
professor studies meaning of August’s ‘La Bajada’
among Salvadorans in Los Angeles
Southern California and, particularly,
Los Angeles are home to an ever-growing population of Salvadoran
immigrants. While most are happy to be in America, there is
still a longing for their country and the loved ones they left
and Service Day
New and returning students will have the
opportunity to get to know each other while helping others during
Cal State Fullerton’s “Titans Day of Service”
on Saturday, Aug. 28.
Craft lovers can learn how to decorate
a silk scarf by using natural objects and the sun at a Saturday,
July 31, workshop at the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary in Modjeska
hearing for reaccreditation of university police
Members of the community are invited to
attend a public hearing Monday, Aug. 9, to offer comments regarding
Cal State Fullerton’s University Police Department.
professor Bernard Hyink dies
Bernard L. Hyink, retired professor of
political science and director of the Center for Internships
and Cooperative Education, emeritus, died June 24. The Fullerton
resident was 91 years old.
lecturer receives Distinguished Service Award from Public Relations
Society of America
Dennis Gaschen of Orange, a lecturer in
communications at Cal State Fullerton, has received the Distinguished
Service Award from the Orange County Chapter of the Public Relations
Society of America (PRSA) — the organization’s highest
honor to an individual.
State Fullerton establishes eighth college, names acting dean
University established its eighth college
this month when the university’s School of Education became
the College of Education — home to the university’s
teacher credential programs, which served more than 1,800 students
wins national competition
Cal State Fullerton graduate Margarita
Francesca Mendoza of Chino Hills has won the American Society
of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s eighth annual
Undergraduate Student Research Achievement Award Poster Competition.
Titans win Edison International Scholarships
The Titans are among 25 CSU students to
receive the $5,000 awards that are specifically designed to
help students seeking teaching credentials.
Cal State Fullerton’s Project MISS
(Mathematics Intensive Summer Session) kicks off its 15th year
July 6 with algebra II and precalculus programs for 10th- and
11th-graders from Orange County and surrounding communities.
Wildlife Sanctuary Offering A Summer Camp
The Wednesday programs offer opportunities
to explore nature, play games and create various crafts from
9 a.m.-1 p.m. July 7 through Aug. 25.
Class of Students From Collaborative Program To Graduate at
Hong Kong University
The joint program allows students based
in Hong Kong to receive a master’s degree in communications
from Cal State Fullerton. The 19 students who will be awarded
their advanced degrees have earned undergraduate degrees from
campuses around the world.
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