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February 2005
Thematic Tours Workshop Presented Saturday at Cal State Fullerton
Great Tours, the popular one-day workshop on creating thematic tours at historic sites, will be held Saturday, February 26.
African Women Celebrated Through Lens of A. Olusegun Fayemi
Spotlighting Black History and Women’s History months, “Windows to the Soul: the Many Faces of African Women” celebrates women throughout Africa as seen in the photographs of A. Olusegun Fayemi.
Arthur Miller: The American Clock
First produced in its final form at the Mark Taper Forum in 1984, The American Clock captures a family plummeting into the depths of the Great Depression. Through the family’s struggles, myriad perspectives are explored, as Arthur Miller bears witness to the rise and fall of Americana.
Department of Theatre and Dance 2005 Spring Season
Study Shows Southern California Nonprofits Are $34 Billion Industry
What would you do if you had $34 billion to spend on the common good in Southern California? The Center for Nonprofit Management and the Gianneschi Center for Nonprofit Research will release a report to answer this question and others relating to the nonprofit industry.
Anthropology Exhibit Showcases “Conquest of the Pacific”
A student-curated anthropology exhibit, “Conquest of the Pacific: Society on the Sea,” opens Feb. 25.
Newscaster and State Senator to Keynote University's 46th Annual Commencement
Anchorwoman Michele Ruiz and State Senator Dick Ackerman have been chosen as the keynote speakers for 2005 commencement.
University Heights Moves Forward
New housing development offers affordable housing for university staff and faculty.
Physics Professor Explores Space For Clues to How Planets are Formed
Professor of physics searches for signs of possible birth of new planets.
Women's Studies Professor Examines Role of Women in Borderland Colonias
Feminist geographer charts the progress in three colonias along the Mexican/U.S. border.
Alison Edwards, pianist
8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25
Peer Education Team to Discuss Cross-Country Experience
Four graduate students from William and Mary College in Virginia who are traveling across the country presenting sexual assault prevention programs for their peers will visit Cal State Fullerton March 7.
Pavel Steidl, master guitarist
Master class: 7 p.m. Thursday, February 17, 2005
Recital: 8 p.m. Friday, February 18, 2005
Cal State Fullerton Celebrates African Heritage, Opens African American Resource Center
Guest lectures, a photo exhibit and Gospel Fest 2005 are among the activities scheduled at Cal State Fullerton in celebration of African Heritage Month, which culminates with the grand opening of the university’s African American Resource Center.
New CSUF Business Program Offers International Experience
Business Europe Study Tour (BEST) program enables students to travel to five European countries and get insight into European economics, business and management practices.
Cal State Fullerton’s College of Business and Economics to Honor Business Leaders
Three company leaders — all of whom are Cal State Fullerton alumni — will share their experiences in making a business grow and prosper during a Feb. 24 “Salute to Business Leaders” day.
Succession Planning Is Subject of February Family Business Workshop
Workshop to discuss how family businesses can prepare for stepping aside of the senior generation.
New Grants Will Train School Nurses And Help Nurses Mentor Each Other
CSUF's Nursing Department receives nearly $2 million in grant to further nursing education.
Proposed State Budget Includes Funding Increase
A proposed $211.7 million in new revenue for the CSU system's 2005-06 budget will include an increase in general operations funding and financial aid for students.
'Winter's Tale' to Be Presented at Theater Regional
Theatre and Dance Department's play selected to compete in Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
Sylvia Alva Named Associate Vice President
Sylvia Alva will plan, coordinate, and implement academic programs and policies for undergraduate studies.
Cal State Fullerton Names New Associate Vice President for Academic Programs
Robert Young to assume responsibility for management, planning and development for various academic programs, along with performance reviews and institutional and program accreditation.
As Above, So Below: Art as Political and Cosmological Space
Documenting “Golden State” A Public Artwork by Lita Albuquerque and Mitchell De Jarnett
Emulex CEO to Receive Orange County Titan Award
Paul Folino to be saluted for his dedication to the continued growth of Cal State Fullerton, helping to power the county’s economy and commitment to supporting local philanthropic organizations.
Mid-Winter Flute Fair
February 2-4, 2005
Cal State Fullerton Slates Events to Spotlight Engineering and Computer Science
High school and university students can explore engineering and computer science careers and learn more about Cal State Fullerton’s College of Engineering and Computer Science throughout the month of February during “Launch Your Future” ECS Weeks 2005.
Communications Scholar William Gudykunst Dies
Notable human communications studies professor is remembered for his leadership in curriculum development and attracting international students.
Chinese Officials Complete M.B.A. Degrees at Cal State Fullerton
Two dozen Chinese officials from the Shandong Province have completed a yearlong accelerated M.B.A. program at Cal State Fullerton and was honored at a reception on Jan. 24.
Hispanic Family-Owned Business Conference Set Feb. 25
Growing and sustaining a family-owned business is the focus of the second annual Hispanic Family-Owned Business Conference.
College of Education Forms Advancement Board
A newly formed group of educators and business and community leaders will focus their efforts on building support for Cal State Fullerton's new College of Education.
Cal State Fullerton Furthers Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
A $125,000 grant from the Corporation for National & Community Service is being used to fund projects to continue the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Cal State Fullerton President Leads Delegation to Morocco
CSUF President Milton A. Gordon, along with seven other university presidents, meet with Morocco's education ministers to establish exchange agreements between universities in both countries.
English Professor Awarded Fulbright Scholarship to Lithuania
Fulbright scholar Irena Praitis to spend a semester in Lithuania, teaching American literature at Vilnius Pedagogical University.

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