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April 2005
How Are the Media Covering Issues Facing the Middle East Today?
Free campus event features local journalists
Angela Cheng & Alvin Chow, duo pianists
Two of Oberlin Conservatory of Music's piano faculty artists- Angela Cheng and Alvin Chow -come to Fullerton to perform in a duo piano recital.
College of the Arts presents Poulenc's opera "Dialogues of the Carmelites"
Dialogues of the Carmelites explores the true story of martyrdom of 16 Carmelite nuns during the French Revolution, when the regime dissolved all religious orders.
College of Communications Announces Yen N. Do Scholarly Research Fund
The Yen N. Do Scholarly Research Fund will provide necessary funds for faculty to facilitate research that focuses on Vietnamese Americans and Southeast Asians in Southern California.
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.
2005-06 Continuing Learning Experience Officers Elected
Charlotte Fox of Fullerton is the newly elected president of Continuing Learning Experience (CLE), a support group of more than 700 retired and semiretired individuals dedicated to the pursuit of lifelong learning at Cal State Fullerton.
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary Offers Evening for Stargazers
Cal State Fullerton astronomers will welcome visitors to the rustic surroundings of the sanctuary, where their telescopes will be set up in the parking lot for public viewing of stars and planets visible in the night sky.
Two Faculty Members Honored With CSU Wang Family Excellence Awards
Raphael Sonenshein and Richard Wiseman were two CSUF professors selected, among five winners throughout the 23-campus CSU system to receive the awards.
Campus Centers Studies Region's Nonprofits
Area charities account for more than $60 billion in assets.
Donated Film Equipment Enhances Entertainment / Animation Program
New technology will keep CSUF students on cutting edge.
University Heights Plan Wins City Council Approval
Next step: Approval by the CSU Board of Trustees
Program Advances Look, Behavior for Business Careers
Learn how to dress and act for the job you want through a new program called, "Fit for the World of Work."
Team Seeks Clues to Better Water Resources
Students learn research methods while helping local water district.
Counting the Homeless
Workng with community partners and local agencies, the SSRC helped to survey the homeless population of Orange County.
University Joins in Alcohol Use Studies
CSUF committed to promoting health among students.
Speakers and Special Events Are Slated For Annual Communications Week
Alumnus Geno Effler (Mercedex Benz/West) and David Ono (KABC Channel 7 News) are among the speakers scheduled to appear at Comm Week 2005.
Campus Forum Explores Workforce Issues April 29
Campus community discusses recruitment and employee retention.
Bonghin Ko & Friends, in concert
Cellist Bongshin Ko will joined by violinists Phillip Levy and Simon Oswell, bassist David Young, and pianist Eduardo Delgado April 24.
Immigration Focus of April Town Hall
Community dialogue focuses on immigration - from economic, human rights and national security perspectives.
Expulsion of U.S. Citizens: Unconstitutional Deportation of Mexican Americans During the 1930s
Christine Valenciana to deliver lecture on the forced deportation of Mexican-Americans in the 1930s, including her mother.
Conference on Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Compliance Set April 29
Business leaders, accountants and auditors can learn more about the new legislation enacted to improve financial reporting by publicly traded companies.
Cal State Fullerton Celebrates Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Artists, filmmakers and a Vietnamese-American author launching his book tour will visit the Cal State Fullerton campus in celebration of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, which continues through May 4.
Author Quang Pham Launches Book Tour at Cal State Fullerton
Author will speak on April 13 about his father's sense of duty to remain in South Vietnam despite anticipation of its eventual fall in 1975.
Communication Skills in Effective Teaching Focus of Outstanding Professor Lecture
Human communication studies professor to discuss communication skills in effective teaching.
Angels Baseball Needs to Both Covet and Trust Fans
A foul ball may be recovered in a big league name game.
Passing the Business to the Next Generation
With approximately 39 percent of operating companies expected to change leadership within the next five years, how does a family business prepare for that kind of change? Family business leaders will learn how during an April 20 workshop sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's Family Business Council.
Emeritus Professor Ralph Beckett Dies
Ralph L. Beckett, emeritus professor of speech communication at Cal State Fullerton and a Placentia resident, has died of cancer at the age of 81.
March 2005
Pamela Dellal, recital
Performing works by Hildegard von Bingen, Purcell and Hindemith’s song cycle The Life of Mary, the evening will be an exploration of the synthesis of art and devotion in vocal music dedicated to Mary, the mother of Jesus.
Inaugural Student Summit Encourages Students To Become Advocates for Social Justice
Summit will focus on topics ranging from the civil rights and women’s movements to the environment, labor and community service.
Raw, Bioled and Cooked: Comics on the Verge
Art exhibition includes the work of 40 comics artists and “posits the notion that a new generation of comics artists has emerged—some gathered, however loosely, around RAW magazine, others simply coinciding with the magazine’s emergence, but not associated with it.
MAR. 21
Enrollment Breaks Record
Enrollment for this semester numbers 33,413 students - the largest in the university's history.
Founding Cal State Fullerton Faculty Member Emmett Long Dies at 81
Emmett T. “Shorty” Long, emeritus professor of speech communication and one of Cal State Fullerton’s founding faculty members, died March 10 at the age of 81.
Titans Win Top Design and Directing Spots at Regional Theater Fest
Four Cal State Fullerton students from the Theatre and Dance Department will be heading east to compete and participate in the American College Theatre Festival April 18-24 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
University Heights Plans OK'd by Fullerton Planning Commission
Proposal includes three acres of land to build 42 affordable, for-sale homes for faculty/staff housing.
MAR. 17
American Society for Civil Engineer's Pacific Southwest Regional Conference
Engineering students learn to apply their classroom knowledge in a variety of competitions.
History of Hispanic Inter-Island Caribbean Studied
Professor Zacair studies the diverse culture of two Caribbean nations.
1930s Mexican Deportation
Educator brings attention to historic period and its affect on her family.
MAR. 17
Tracking Sea Larvae
Exploring the hidden byways in the life of microscopic larvae.
First-Year Teachers From CSUF Performs Above CSU Average in All Areas
During the 2003-2004 school year, first-year teachers from Cal State Fullerton performed above the California State University average in most categories in which teachers are rated.
35th Annual Philosophy Symposium Scheduled for March 17-18
Two-day program will highlight the nature of emotion and its roles in experience.
Jazz Ensembles I & II with Allen Vizzutti, trumpet
Trio Con Brio
The German group, Trio Con Brio, comes to concert on March 18.
Creating Harmony in the Family Business Subject of Dinner Meeting
Avoiding conflict and developing strong communication within a family business will be discussed during a March 15 evening workshop
Cal State Fullerton Faculty Authors to be Saluted
In recognition of scholarship, research and creativity, Cal State Fullerton will host its annual CSUF Author Awards honoring faculty authors.
University Symphony Orchestra with cellist Bongshin Ko and University Singers
In collaboration the fourth annual Merging Voices: Women in New Music Festival, Cal State Fullerton’s University Orchestra together with faculty cellist Bongshin Ko and the University Singers present a special concert—A Celebration of Women in Music. In conjunction with the concert renowned composer Joan Tower will offer a special a pre-concert lecture.
Statistician Works to Develop Method to Deal With Missing Data
Incomplete or missing data is a pervasive problem in most research. Mathematics professor is developing advancing and applying statistical methods of analysis to resolve missing data.
Tales of the Lost Formicans
Part dream play, part science fiction farce, this dark comedy contemplates American angst with wry wit, power and a freshness of spirit. Tackling the American Dream, Alzheimer’s disease and alien abduction, Congdon studies an American family sliding into dysfunction as seen through the eyes of time-traveling space aliens from the future.
Nickel and Dimed
Nickel and Dimed explores the harsh realities of surviving in America for low-level workers who must choose to eat or pay rent. Nickel and Dimed poses the question: Can a middle class journalist survive in the harsh reality of the blue-collar world, or will she fail and never truly understand their painful way of life?
Christine Chavez, Granddaughter of Cesar Chavez to Speak at Cal State Fullerton
“The Legacy of Cesar Chavez,” a free presentation to honor the late leader of the United Farm Workers of America, will be held tomorrow at Cal State Fullerton. The program will focus on Chavez’s work in civil rights and, in particular, with farm workers.
Raised in Captivity
This absurd comedy by Nicky Silver is a painful but amusing story about siblings growing up, becoming rivals, taking different paths, and ending up together again with the scars to prove it, along with the possibility of hope.
Campus Set to Begin Construction of New Parking Structure
The new parking facility, to be built on existing parking lots B and K, will contain about 1,500 parking spaces.
New Online Master's Degree in Information Technology to be Offered in August
Sixteen-week courses offer new alternative for IT professionals.
Digital Storytelling Workshop Facilitates Healing Through Personal Video Stories
Students find a positive experience produces positive self-esteem.
Business, Jobs and Social Security Topics of Business Week 2005
A panel discussion on social security, a career expo and guest lectures by industry leaders are among the activities scheduled for Business Week 2005.
Women's Electro-acoustic Listening Room
Part of the "Merging Voices: Women in New Music Festival" on March 12.

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