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Two CSU campuses join forces to educate future engineers
Beginning in the fall, a select group of students at CSU Dominguez Hills will have an incentive to head to Cal State Fullerton for classes.
Orange County residents say ‘Yes’ to measures on the March 2 ballot
Orange County registered voters would vote to approve all four March 2nd ballot measures.
Cal State Fullerton has $50 million riding on Proposition 55
Proposition 55, the Kindergarten-University Education Facilities Bond Act of 2004, includes funding for two major campus projects — $47.4 million to construct a College of Business and Economics building, plus $3.5 million to furnish and equip a new Performing Arts Center, currently under construction.
Eggs are dropping from the sky!
More than 350 Orange County high school students will visit Cal State Fullerton for a day of science and engineering competitions, including the traditional egg drop event, during MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement) Day.
Cal State Fullerton students earn regional honors, two advance to national competition
Cal State Fullerton’s award-winning Department of Theatre and Dance emerged as a major award-winner this week in San Bernardino at the regional Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival conference hosted by Cal State San Bernardino.
A Cheever Evening
A CHEEVER EVENING is an adaptation of seventeen of John Cheever’s most funny and moving stories. Cheever is considered a master chronicler of America’s post-war angst and alienation, and how it affected a burgeoning suburban class.
Anna Deavere Smith to launch Women's History Month
Actress and playwright Anna Deavere Smith will give the keynote address March 1 to open a series of discussions, music and theater performances, films and lectures in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Nigerian vice president to visit Cal State Fullerton
Ballot proposition will benefit county
Projections indicate that the bond will generate $1.6 billion in economic activity for Orange County, creating 11,000 new jobs and generating $574 million in wages.
State Bonds: What are they? How do they work?
When California voters go to vote March 2, they will be faced with many different bond measures, including Proposition 55, the 2004 school bond measure. John Erickson, chair and professor of finance, answers some of the most commonly asked questions about state bonds.
Students to celebrate Engineering Week
Cal State Fullerton kicks off Engineering and Computer Science Week Feb. 23-26 with a slate of activities designed to foster student participation in clubs, promote career planning, and welcome prospective engineers and computer enthusiasts from local high schools.
Center for Community Collaboration: A new name, A new outlook
While issues that affect children remain a priority for the center, additional focus will be placed on families and the elderly.
CSUF included in federal omnibus bill
Congress included Cal State Fullerton in its most recent omnibus appropriations bill, earmarking $600,000 for efforts expected to benefit both the campus and the community at large.
First-time freshmen continue to Improve in Math Proficiency
Last fall’s freshman class demonstrated increased proficiency in both mathematics and English, according to a report released this month by the California State University.
Theatre & Dance Spring 2004 Season
Power Outage Cancels Night Courses at El Toro
Because of a power outage that occurred early this morning, Cal State Fullerton’s El Toro Campus has canceled evening classes for Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Noted primatologist to speak on ape cognition
Volker Sommer, professor of evolutionary anthropology at University College London, to address “Mind-Less Apes or Ape-Like Minds: What Can We Know About Primate Cognition?” He will review ape mental abilities and primate research focusing on flexible social systems, cooperation and competition, and tool use.
New parking structure halfway completed
Construction on the university’s Nutwood Parking Structure has reached the halfway point.
Financial fitness program planned for teachers
Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Economic Education will present the award-winning National Council on Economic Education program “Financial Fitness for Life” to 6th- through 12th- grade teachers. The workshop will provide information that educators can incorporate into their own classroom presentations.
Cal State Fullerton's College of Business and Economics to honor business leaders during Presidents Month salute
Three company leaders — two of whom are Cal State Fullerton alumni — will share their experiences in making a business grow and prosper, during Cal State Fullerton College of Business and Economics’ 10th annual Presidents Month Celebration Thursday, Feb. 26.
Finn Svit, guitar & Jochen Brusch, violin, in recital and master classes
The Duo was formed in 1992. Since then, they have firmly established themselves in the world of music, both at home and abroad, where invitations have led them both to Bulgaria, Germany, Austria and Spain.
Bongshin Ko, cello, in a faculty recital with Anne Epperson, piano
In concert 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 29.
International trade program expands its goals
An international trade program being developed to provide the region’s biomedical, pharmaceutical, environmental, information and telecommunication technology firms with the expertise to successfully expand internationally is entering its second year with additional funding and enhanced goals.
Patriot Act Town Hall set
The USA Patriot Act, a policy that increases government’s authority to collect information on Americans and foreign visitors, will be discussed at a 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, town hall.
Professor studies 'La Bajada' among L.A. Salvadorans
Los Angeles is home to an ever-growing population of Salvadoran immigrants. And while most are happy to be in America, there is still a longing for their country and the loved ones they left behind.
Campus begins process this month to simplify and enhance building security
Rekeying project that is part of the fire-life-safety program funded by last year’s bond measure.
It all adds up for veteran mathematics chair
A faculty member since 1973 and chair since 1980, Friel is the longest serving math chair within the California State University and one of the longest serving department leaders on campus.
Campus institutes new identification numbers for students, faculty and staff members
IT began a campuswide identification project to further protect students, faculty and staff from potential identity theft.
Research study to help plants find new homes
Biologists received a $77,512.50 contract from LSA Consulting for a five-year study of Calochortus weedii var. weedii, a rare lily (often called the California lily) that is found in coastal and other parts of Orange County.
Proposition 55 - Cal State Fullerton to receive $50 million if bond passes
If passed, the bond will provide $12.3 billion to schools throughout the state for repairs, classroom construction and other critical projects.
Mikhail Korzhev, piano
In concert 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20.
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary offers views of Saturn, other planets
Orange County residents will have a chance to see the planet Saturn at its best viewing opportunity in 30 years, with the help of Cal State Fullerton astronomers and their telescopes in the rustic surroundings of the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary.
Cal State Fullerton hosts events for African American Heritage Month
Music, art, film, information fairs and speeches will take center stage during Cal State Fullerton’s observance of African American Heritage Month.
First day of instruction for spring arrives Monday at Cal State Fullerton
Spring semester classes begin Monday, Feb. 2, at Cal State Fullerton with a wide range of activities to welcome students. Students are expected at the university’s multiple sites, including online, as well as in classrooms equipped for televised instruction.
College of Business and Economics receives maximum accreditation renewal
CSUF’s College of Business and Economics is among only 25 percent of business schools nationwide that have earned AACSB accreditation.
Paying tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Afro-Ethnic Studies is sponsoring a “Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration” to celebrate the life of the late civil rights leader Friday, Jan. 30.
Hispanic Family Business Conference
Conference features presentations on tax and legal issues, business strategies, communications and conflict resolution, succession planning and cash management.
Cal State Fullerton Dance Team #1 for fifth straight year
For the fifth straight year, the Cal State Fullerton Dance Team finished first in Division 1 of the 2003 College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championships, held Jan. 17-18 at Walt Disney World in Orlando.
Compensation subject of Family Business Workshop
Consultant Laura Conover and Diane Uyematsu of RSM McGladrey will discuss compensation for family and non-family employees Feb. 24.
Cal State Fullerton symposium to explore teaching and learning
Symposium will explore the principles of cognitive psychology, the empirical branch of psychology that deals with questions of how people think, learn and remember.

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