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Student leader selected for regional honor
Philip L. Vasquez, president of Associated Students Inc. at California State University, Fullerton, will be honored Oct. 29 with the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Western Regional Undergraduate Rising Star Award.
Orange County Voters Survey: Props 60 & 62
Orange County survey respondents slightly favor Proposition 60, the status quo on primary elections, over Proposition 62, the Voter Choice Open Primary Act, according to the quarterly Orange County Business Council/Cal State Fullerton Center for Public Policy survey that included 374 respondents.
Orange County Voters Survey: Prop 64
One-third of Orange County's likely voters favor passage of Prop 64
"Limits On Private Enforcement of Unfair Business Competition Laws Measure"
Orange County Voters Survey: Props 66, 68, 70, 71
• Stem Cells Initiative Leads Narrowly with One-Fifth Undecided
• Three Strikes Limitation Leads With One-Quarter Undecided
• Gaming Measures Both Trail with Many Undecided
GEAR UP encourages students to go to college
Program advocates partnerships between colleges and middle schools in low-income communities to help raise expectations and ensure successful college entry.
Pretrial publicity: Does it impact verdict?
Most research indicates pretrail publicity makes a difference. Human communications professor's research, however, proves otherwise.
Grant awarded to enhance programs for Hispanic students
Funding will be used to assess how Hispanics in O.C. feel about CSUF, and direct more attention on helping Hispanic students succeed in their studies.
Team works to make 'talking' to satellites easier
Team works to put a NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory tele-communications link analysis and operation system on the Web, in order to make it easier to "talk" to satellites.
Fund-raiser works to bring together programs with potential supporters
Director of development for the College of the Arts has spent the past two-and-a-half years raising funds for the 125,000-square-foot facility.
Gift support university programs, scholarships
Several gifts to benefit students by supporting colleges, departments, programs and priorities.
University police now trained and armed with tasers
Campus officers now carry nonlethal weapon that can reduce risk of injury.
English professor awarded Fulbright; will spend spring in Lituania
Professor to spend a semester in Lithuania teaching American literature at Vilnius Pedagogical University.
Modern-day slavery symposium is focus of Sociology Week
Francis Bok, an escaped Sudanese slave, and Tommy Calvert of the Boston-based American Anti-Slavery Group are featured speakers Tuesday, Nov. 9, during Cal State Fullerton’s annual Sociology Week activities.
Pizza With the Presidents
Pizza With the Presidents is an outreach event that allows CSUF students and the campus community to bring any questions or concerns directly to both the CSUF president and ASI president.
Cal State Fullerton Cello Choir with Bongshin Ko and Brooks Whitehouse
Recital at 8 p.m. Thursday, November 4.
Mikhail Korzhev, piano
Russian-born pianist Mikhail Korzhev studied at Moscow Conservatoire College, where he performed extensively both as a soloist and with orchestra in Moscow’s most prestigious halls.
Engineer designs sprinkler nozzle that avoids water runoff and waste
The nozzle, which fits in standard sprinklers, can be adjusted to spray from 4 to 12 feet and can spray, at varying distances, in up to six different directions. A patent is pending on the nozzle.
Business leaders to share their knowledge as 'Professors for a Day'
Business leaders to share their expertise with future business executives as part of College of Business and Economics annual “Professors for a Day.”
Senior legislative breakfast briefing scheduled
Program will focus on the current legislative agenda proposed by the California Senior Legislature, as well as the California Master Plan on Aging presented by the California Commission on Aging. Briefing will also be a venue for showcasing activities of the Orange County Office on Aging.
The Broadway musical “Pippin” is the romantic, playful story of a young prince’s quest for love and fulfillment. King Charlemagne’s son, Pippin, searches for happiness, but fails at every attempt.
A Celebration of Voices Onstage: Patricia Prunty, soprano, Rob Watson, piano
Faculty duo will perform a program of works by Ives, Schubert, Falla and Thomas and a selection of Spanish songs.
Campus hosts NASA Administrator's Fellowship Program
National program designed to enhance the professional development of faculty members in mathematics, science, engineering and technology at colleges and universities designated as minority-serving institutions.
Industry night offers business opportunities
Ten companies are joining with Cal State Fullerton’s Business InterClub Council, Career Planning and Placement Center and Associated Students Inc. to provide students with on-the-spot advice, information and tips for getting a job Oct. 20, during Industry Night.
Fall Preview Day to include focus on community college transfer students
A special invitation is being extended to sophomores enrolled at community colleges throughout Southern California to attend Cal State Fullerton’s Fall Preview Day Saturday, Oct. 16.
Cal State Fullerton to host town hall dialogue on same-sex marriage
“Same-Sex Marriage” is the focus of a Wednesday, Oct 27, Town Hall at Cal State Fullerton — the latest in the university’s “Issues That Divide” series of town hall programs.
College of the Arts begins campaign to put names on seating in new performing arts center
Hard-hat tours and seat naming campaign give donors opportunity to support construction of the 800-seat hall accoustically designed for music and will include movable canopies and draperies.
Campus committee delves into faculty retention and promotion
To promote retention, junior faculty members will receive support with course release time and increase in research grant funding.
Chimps could be extinct in the next few decades
Anthropology professor raises concerns that chimps could be extinct in 17 to 50 years.
Titan Student Union hosts 13th Annual Student Art Show for the Center Gallery
Titan Student Union will host the 13th annual Student Art Show in the Center Gallery and the new Plaza Gallery from Oct. 27 – Nov. 12.
How to fire someone is subject of October workshop
Labor attorney Alfred Klein of Rodi, Pollock, Pettker, Galbrait & Cahill will discuss “How to Fire Someone Without Getting Sued” during a Nov. 10 workshop sponsored by Cal State Fullerton’s Family Business Council.
Presidential debate
Campus viewing party for the third presidential debate.
Groundbreaking For new center to highlight Fullerton Arboretum’s 25th Anniversary
Campus and community leaders and supporters gathered at the Fullerton Arboretum Oct. 21 for the long-anticipated groundbreaking of the visitors center, scheduled to debut August 2005.
Cal State Fullerton students work to 'Get Out the Vote'
CSUF Votes — a campus mobilization project that aims to register students by Oct. 18 so they are eligible to vote in the Nov. 2 election.
Fluency conference scheduled at Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton will be the site Friday, Oct. 22, of the sixth annual Fullerton Fluency Conference, a program designed to assist speech-language pathologists in using computers in therapy with children.
Emergency evacuation drill planned at Cal State Fullerton
Campus to hold an evening evacuation drill this month as part of its emergency preparation efforts.
ROTC student awarded Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for achievement
William Golembiewski received award in recognition of scholastic excellence in military and academic subjects, as well as for leadership skills.
University Symphony Orchestra, Kimo Furumoto, music director
The University Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Kimo Furumoto, is dedicated to the training of outstanding instrumentalists in the performance of a wide range of styles in the orchestral repertoire.
2005 Economic Forecast Conference set for Oct. 26
What are the growth prospects and emerging economic issues for Orange County? Answers to these and other questions will be discussed Tuesday, Oct. 26, at the 2005 Economic Forecast Conference.
Titan Student Union at Cal State Fullerton offers Youth Bowling League
Games & Recreation, located in the Titan Student Union at Cal State Fullerton, is offering the “Have a Ball” youth bowling league open to children ages 4 to 16.
ASI Scholarships available to CSUF students
This semester, the Associated Students will award six scholarships and 35 book loan scholarships to Cal State Fullerton students.
International trade symposium slated at Cal State Fullerton
The latest trends and technologies in international trade will be the focus of an Oct. 18-19 “Partnering for Trade Prosperity and Growth” symposium.
Free mini medical lectures at Cal State Fullerton this fall
A series of free “mini medical” lectures focusing on health recommendations for senior citizens is scheduled at Cal State Fullerton in October and November.
10th consecutive fall enrollment increase posted at Cal State Fullerton
CSUF welcomed a record 32,744 students this fall. Steady enrollment growth over the course of 10 consecutive fall semesters shows the continuing popularity of the university with area students.
“Strange Journeys, Secret Worlds: The Films of Janie Geiser”
This special lecture at Grand Central Art Center will open with professor Melinda Barlow screening several of Geiser's films, including The Secret Story, Immer Zu, The Fourth World and Ultima Thule.
Book of Days
A theatrical mystery unravels in a tiny Missouri town dominated by a fundamentalist church and a daring little theatre.
History professor explores human cost of sanctions in Iraq
Professor's new book outlines the reasons why these sanctions failed and how it has affected the viewpoint of Iraqi citizens toward the United States.
Susan Leavy: It's all about being informed and aware
New community educator of the Women’s Center tasked with designing, developing and implementing educational programs and outreach efforts related to domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, sexual harassment and stalking.
Fullerton Arboretum: GreenScene II Fall Planting Festival and Educational Presentation of Old Bob
Celebrate the pleasures of autumn gardening at Fullerton Arboretum’s Fall Planting Festival - GreenScene II
Korea bound
Directors of international education and exchange, Erickson and Tan, selected to participate in the eighth annual Multicultural Leadership Korea Visitation Program.
Nominees wanted for family-owned business awards
Nominations are being sought for the fifth annual Family-Owned Business Awards, presented by Cal State Fullerton’s Family Business Council and the Orange County Business Journal.
VP candidate Peter Camejo coming to campus
illed as “A Dialog with Peter Camejo,” the event is sponsored by the Cal State Fullerton Campus Greens and is open to the public free of charge.
Founding chair of music department dies
Under Joseph W. Landon's direction, the music faculty adopted a competency-based curriculum for the preparation of teachers that attracted national and international attention.
Family business leaders learn “How to Safely and Successfully Mix Blood and Business”
Barry Graff, consulting manager with RSM McGladrey Inc. will lead a discussion on “How to Safely and Successfully Mix Blood and Business” Oct. 13.
JUICE IT UP!’ opens new location in Titan Student Union
A grand opening celebration is slated for Sept. 21 with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Eduardo Delgado recital
Professor of music and acclaimed pianist, Eduardo Delgado, has international audiences and critics consistently recognizing him for his fiery intensity projected from the concert stage.
Gerald Seminatore and Howard Lubin recital
Recital on Friday, September 24.
Additional land purchased for faculty/staff housing
Plans call for constructing about 44 homes and town homes on the property of the Fullerton Elks Lodge.
Campus opens dialogue on democracy
As part of the national American Democracy Project, Cal State Fullerton will launch its campus-specific activities with a free half-day conference, “Perspectives on Democracy,” Friday, Sept. 24.
CMS: IT manager deployed as campus agent of change
IT manager discusses campus-wide initiative to adopt to the new Common Management System.
North Pole explorer to visit Cal State Fullerton
Explorer to discuss his adventure at the North Pole. An exhibit of his clothing, tent and other equipment is on display in the Atrium Gallery.
Alumna returns to share research
Judy Segura, the first Mexican American woman to earn a doctorate in mechanical engineering with the specialty of thermosciences at Stanford University, will return to CSUF Sept. 22 to share her thesis research.
Peace activist to speak on behalf of Israeli peace bloc
Adam Keller, a Jewish-Israeli peace and justice activist, will address the campus Sept. 21, on “Sharon’s Disengagement From Gaza Plan: Who Is He Trying to Deceive?”
Serge Martinchuk, piano
After performing a sold-out concert in Yanji, China this summer Martinchuk, a member of the Department of Music’s keyboard faculty returns to Cal State Fullerton’s Recital Hall stage to perform.
Concert Under the Stars and Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary activities
Concert Under the Stars: about 3,500 are expected for the free program at 7:30 p.m. on the athletics field.
Nestor Benito recital
Master guitarist Nestor Benito to perform Sept. 17.
Eighth Annual Alumni Golf Tournament to support student scholarships
Proceeds from the tournament will fund scholarships to students in various areas of the university, including all eight colleges, athletics and Guardian Scholars.
Politics, medicine and a little bit of everything… CLE presents its free fall series
Join CLE for three free lecture series beginning this month: “Political Series 2004,” “Advances in Medicine” and “Best of the Eclectics.”
CSUF students investigate delays in GPS signals
Ten grad students investigate delays in GPS signals as they travel through the ionosphere, an area of the earth’s atmosphere where incoming solar radiation affects the transmission of radio waves.
ASI provides campus community with free calendar of events
This semester’s calendar lists more than 150 events and includes information on ASI scholarships, ASI Elections, ASI Productions, Titan Student Union programs and services, and Rec Sports programs.
College of the Arts gets high marks for Hispanic majors
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education ranks CSUF third in top-25 list of universities for number of Hispanic students graduating with degrees in fine arts and arts studies.
University welcomes fall semester with series of celebrations
Campus members invited to attend Convocation.
Upcoming elections generate interest among university community
With the November presidential elections looming, the campus community is engaged in a number of activities related to the elections and politics.
American studies professor publishes new look at Mark Twain
Author's book investigates Twain's battle against the ravages of age and depression. Two disloyal employees. A daughter sent to a sanitarium and forced to stay away from her beloved father.
Campus welcomes new President's Scholars
Ten best-and-brightest graduating high school seniors entered CSUF as President's Scholars.
DeLana Bush-Hamblin returns to campus she remembers as home
Bush-Hamblin’s father was stationed at El Toro when she was a child. Returning to work at the El Toro Campus brings back many fond memories.

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