Foundation gives to Guardian Scholars
Annie E. Casey Foundation has granted $50,000 to Cal State Fullerton’s
Guardian Scholars program.
honor for CSUF Center
for Successful Aging at Cal State Fullerton received a 2004
ICAA Industry Innovators Award from the International Council
on Active Aging (ICAA), the world’s largest trade association
for the senior fitness and wellness industry.
of Jazz Award largest gift-to-date to students and program
Included in the gift of $15,000 were scholarships
awarded this month to nine members of Jazz Ensemble I.
lecture series topics appeal to variety of interests
Continuing Learning Experience offers
four free lecture series this spring: Advances in Medicine,
Russian History, Best of the Eclectics and World Civilizations
Toro Campus: Bidding to begin in January
early January, bidding will begin on the four parcels of land
that are the closed El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. The successful
bidder is expected to be chosen by spring 2005.
State Fullerton invites applications for Spring 2005
Openings for undergraduates exist in all
majors, thanks to the restoration of some funding to the CSU
by the state Legislature in the final budget approved for fiscal
delves into genetics to find answers as to why twins are so
Nancy Segal, professor
of psychology, has been interested in twins practically her
whole life. She has explored not only twin similarities, but
also their differences. The published author recently appeared
on national television to discuss the relationship between identical
human cost of sanctions history professor explores
his new book, “Iraq: The Human Cost of History,”
Haddad looks at the price that ordinary Iraqi citizens had to
pay because of U.S. and British sanctions.
State Fullerton Police receive national accreditation
Rodney Anderson to be honored
to honor the 23-year-old by retiring his jersey at a special
ceremony, and a crew from ABC’s “Extreme Makeover:
Home Edition” will there to videotape the festivities.
Makeover: Home Edition’ to visit Cal State Fullerton campus
ABC’s hit show “Extreme
Makeover: Home Edition” will be at Cal State Fullerton
on Wednesday, Dec. 8, to film a special tribute to CSUF student
Study' session prepares students for finals
this end-of-semester program, the Titan Student Union will keep
its doors open for two weeks of 24-hour operations from Dec.
6 – 17. All CSUF students are encouraged to utilize the
free activities and services offered to help prepare for final
impact study released
State University and its 23 campuses create a total annual economic
impact of $53 billion in spending, 527,000 jobs and $3.11 billion
in tax revenue for state and local governments, according to
a recently released CSU study on the system’s impact on
to change name to reflect its relationship to university
In January, the University Advancement
Foundation will become known as the Cal State Fullerton Philanthropic
Japanese professors study American way of teaching
professors from Nara University spent four weeks with faculty
peers in computer and biological science to learn English, as
well as the American teaching style of engaging students.
Lt. Colonel leads university ROTC Program
serving 15 months in Iraq, Lt. Col. William K. Howard received
new orders: Report to Southern California to take on responsibility
for the ROTC program at Cal State Fullerton.
companies grow is focus of Dec. 8 Family Business Workshop
Robert M. Ornstein, director of strategic
relations for Adizes USA, will discuss how family corporations
grow and develop, and how owners can keep them dynamic and vital,
during a Wednesday, Dec. 8, workshop
Conducted by Larry
Curtis, interim director at 4 p.m. Sunday, December 5.
director Kimo Furumoto at 8 p.m. Saturday, December 4.
Choir & Men’s Chorus
concert at 8 p.m. Friday, December 3.
Jazz Ensemble I, Chuck
Tumlinson, director with Rich Perry, tenor saxophone, Dave Scott,
trumpet and Esperanza High School Jazz Ensemble I, Wayne Nelson,
director at 8 p.m. Thursday, December 2.
and reconciliation rule this beguiling dramatic comedy by William
Shakespeare Dec. 3-12.
further enhances math success of high school women
will fund Project MISS - a summer program designed to encourage
high school women to pursue careers in science and math.
Brothers to headline Front & Center 10th Anniversary Gala
Titan alumnus and international opera
star Rodney Gilfry will emcee and perform during the festivities,
which also will honor Paul Folino with the Orange County Titan
Award Feb. 5.
to develop peace plan for Arab-Israeli conflict course
History students examines their own family
immigration history and how it connects with land dispute in
the middle east.
win scholarships to study math, engineering and computer science
Five community college transfer students
currently in their first year at Cal State Fullerton have been
awarded scholarships through a National Science Foundation program.
take top honors in CSU Media Arts Festival
art student Matt Frantz of San Diego and recent radio-TV-film
graduate Andrew Kopjak of Dana Point placed first in the music
video and TV short-form categories, respectively, during the
CSU Media Arts Festival recently held at CSU Channel Islands.
to attend Latino Leadership Institute
CSUF students to attend retreat that challenges students to
take personal responsibility by integrating human relations
components with the concept of leadership.
university supporter to be honored at luncheon
tribute to his generosity to the Guardian Scholars program,
longtime university supporter and Titan alumnus Bill Selman,
president of Selman Chevrolet, will be honored Nov. 23, during
the Thanks for Giving recognition luncheon.
on “European Perspectives of the U.S. Presidential Elections
and Transatlantic Relations” offered at Cal State Fullerton
Officials from various local consulates
will gather for a free forum.
institutes plus/minus grading for spring
system could offer students more incentive to achieve higher
approve fee increases in proposed budget
state university fee for undergraduates will increase by 8 percent,
or $185, while graduates student fees will increase by 10 percent
largesse recognized by campus group
& Philanthropy to recognize women as major donors and leaders
chair explains collegial governance, current challenges
Academic senate chair discusses issues
relating to declining numbers of tenured faculty and civility
from four Southern California universities will focus on various
aspects of California history during a “California Studies
Symposium” Tuesday, Nov. 16, at Cal State Fullerton.
annual Camp Titan Holiday Toy Drive begins November 11
Camp Titan, the recognized philanthropy
of the Associated Students, CSUF Inc. will hold its annual Holiday
Toy Drive from Nov. 11 through Dec. 16, 2004. All donations
from the toy drive will go to underprivileged children in Orange
County, ages 7 to 14.
Brush of Xing Jie “Jason” Chen: A Study of Technique
and Motif in Chinese Painting
explores the versatile works of Chen, whose paintings include
applying Chinese techniques to interpret American Southwest
CSUF Opera Theatre presents
a program comprised of opera excerpts and one-acts each fall
providing performance opportunities for university opera students.
With music ranging
from Stravinsky and Schumann to Tortoise and Zade, this year’s
Fall Dance Theatre is a collaboration between faculty, students
and alumni, in a blend of modern dance and ballet.
studies a foreign invader in Hawaii
ecologist and his students are focusing on the dry forest areas
of Hawaii to investigate a persistent invader — a non-native
grass from Africa.
enhancement program to increase ranks of science degree-holders
Program established to increase the number
of underrepresented students earning degrees in science, engineering,
computer science and math has begun its third five-year cycle
at Cal State Fullerton.
and present will be saluted by Cal State Fullerton and Latino
Advocates for Education Saturday, Nov. 6, during the eighth
annual Veterans Day Celebration. This year’s program is
a tribute to Mexican American veterans of World War II.
Family of Mann
This biting comedy
takes a behind-the-scenes look at the writing of a television
sitcom as a young woman gets the job as a co-writer amidst a
sea of hungry men eager to rip her to shreds. Not suprisingly,
her television world soon descends into a ferocious madness.
Singers and Chamber Choir
University Singers have a long and distinguished reputation
as one of the finest collegiate vocal ensembles in the United
Shuler Targets Transportation
a series of monumental public art projects and commissions,
California artist Dustin Shuler has lifted the auto out of its
ordinary context to question its priority and importance in
our daily lives. The exhibition, Dustin Shuler Targets Transportation,
documents this body of work through drawings, photographs, models