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August 2005
CSUF Welcomes Incoming Class of President's Scholars
Ten of the region’s top students have joined Cal State Fullerton as members of the university’s newest class of President’s Scholars – the most prestigious status the university bestows on incoming students. 
OC AmeriCorps Alliance Seeks Volunteers
Cal State Fullerton’s Orange County AmeriCorps Alliance is hosting a series of information sessions over the next two weeks to recruit 100 individuals for a yearlong service program to assist youth beginning in September.
CSUF Center Hosts SEC Financial Reporting Conference
Stock-based compensation, increasing transparency in financial reports and performance reporting are just a few of the topics to be covered Monday, Sept. 19, during the “SEC Financial Reporting Conference” hosted by Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Corporate Reporting & Governance.
Cal State Fullerton Climbs Higher in Rankings Among Top Public Universities
Cal State Fullerton moved up to 6th — from 9th — in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual "Top Public Universities-Master's" in the West ranking.
Professor of Afro-Ethnic Studies Will Teach in Poland As a Fulbright Scholar
Professor Stan Breckenridge finds affinity with Polish students in his love of African-American music.
Center for Prevention of Childhood Obesity Launched on Campus
Funding launches a new Center that will focus on research and methods to improve and maintain childhood health.
Fall Semester Brings About New Growth
The new school year brings in a New Campus, new faculty, new students, and new rennovations.
Trustees Approve University Heights
CSUF strikes a deal with the Fullerton Elk's Lodge to create affordable housing for faculty/staff.
CSU Receives Increase in '05 State Budget
An increase in the state budget and student fees benefits students, staff, and faculty.
University/School Partnership Offers Guidance for Teachers
The North Orange County Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Program offers new teachers guidance and training to help improve teacher retention.
University Changes Name of Branch Campus To Match its Location in Irvine
In keeping with the California State University’s tradition of naming campuses after the geographic areas in which they are located, the CSUF El Toro branch campus has a new name: California State University, Fullerton Irvine Campus.
New CITO Named at Cal State Fullerton
Amir H. Dabirian named new chief information technology officer.
CSUF Students Assist Local Company as Part of Department of Defense Program
Six engineering, computer science and business administration majors to gain real-world experience thanks to a Raytheon Missile Systems and Department of Defense Mentor-Protégé Program.
New Online Master's Degree in Information Technology Debuts This Month
16-week courses offer new alternative for IT professionals
July 2005
Rec Sports Offers Summer Youth Programs to OC Communities
Sports, swim and gymnastics programs offered in August
JUL. 21
University Librarian to Study Libraries Throughout Asia
To better understand the research needs of international students, as well as equip Cal State Fullerton students studying abroad, librarian John Hickok is embarking on a yearlong sabbatical to visit universities throughout Asia to assess their libraries.
Summer Program Broadens Business Skills For Middle and High School Students
Thirty Orange County middle and high school students are taking part in a seven-week Academy of Business Leadership summer institute.
CSUF Professors Want to Know: Are High School Students Economically Literate?
Economics professors to explore how much 12th graders know about such concepts as supply and demand, inflation and recession.
2005-06 Alumni Association Board Named
Placentia resident John W. Sibley, acting city manager for the city of Orange, is the new president of the Cal State Fullerton Alumni Association 2004-05 Board of Directors.
Business Professor Honored for Lifetime Achievement
Information systems and decision sciences professor recognized for his research in theory, modeling and solution algorithms and publications.
Minority Access Program Stresses Research Careers
Minority Access to Research Careers program exposes students to research and skills that will help them enter and succeed in graduate schools.
JUL. 1
MIRT Program Sends Seven CSUF Students Overseas
Students to conduct research in universities in Oxford and York in England and Chiang Mai University in Thailand.

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