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October 2005
OCT. 28
Negotiation in Family Business Is Subject of November Workshop
Maria Marin, author of “Secrets of a Confident Woman” and recipient of the Latin Business Association’s honor as “Latina Entrepreneur of the Year 2004,” will discuss the art of negotiation during a Nov. 8 dinner workshop.
OCT. 27
Titan Athletics Hall of Fame Launched
Cal State Fullerton commermorates its rich athletic history by honoring seven athletic greats at the inaugural Titan Athletics Hall of Fame.
OCT. 27
Teen Smoking
Professor seeks answers on what makes early teens decide to smoke.
OCT. 27
Fullerton Arboretum Center Grows With Recent Gifts
Two recent gifts further opportunities for energy, water and waste reduction, curriculum development and environmental management.
OCT. 27
Making Music for the Big Screen
Todd Miller, professor of music, discusses his freelance work as a musician and how his experiences come back to his students.
Celebration Friday for CSUF Business College Groundbreaking
College kicks off a new chapter with a groundbreaking ceremony for the college's new home, Steven G. Mihaylo Hall.
OCT. 21
Risk Management Symposium Scheduled
Oct. 26 symposium to address enterprise risk management.
OCT. 20
Cal State Fullerton to Study Athletics Program
Specific areas the study will cover are academic integrity, governance and commitment to rules compliance, as well as a commitment to equity and student-athlete welfare.
OCT. 19
Engineering Professionals Become Professors
Presidents, CEOs, directors and managers from various corporations will share their personal success stories, industry experience and technical expertise as part of the College of Engineering and Computer Science Professor for a Day event.
OCT. 19
Equal Opportunity Is Focus of Oct. 25 Conference
Conference to focus on promoting fairness of opportunity and further elimination of discrimination in the workplace.
OCT. 18
College of Business and Economics Announces $15 Million Campaign
Campaign to help build the new Steven G. Mihaylo Hall and create endowment for student scholarships, academic programs and centers.
Oct. 18 Economic Forecast to Highlight County Issues and Trends
Conference will include a panel discussion on Orange County’s infrastructure and transportation issues.
OCT. 14
Cal State Fullerton’s Record Enrollment Leads CSU
Cal State Fullerton has surpassed the 35,000-student enrollment mark to emerge as the most populous campus in the 23-campus California State University system.
OCT. 14
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.
OCT. 13
Going Home After Katrina
Returning home to help friends and family, Robert McLain, assistant professor of history, finds devastation and complete disappearance of several small coastal communities.
OCT. 13
Oral History Center Helps Preserve Photos of Early Placentia Life
Historian preserves photo collection of the George Key Ranch Historical Park. Photos include images of early area buildings, including businesses and packing houses, as well as farm equipment, agriculture and Placentia founding families.
OCT. 13
University Breaks 35,000-Student Enrollment Mark
Fall semester enrollment largest in university history.
OCT. 13
Governor Signs Bill Authorizing CSU Ed Doctorate
New doctor of education degree will target K-12 and community college administrative leaders.
OCT. 13
Building Design Wins Award For Being 'green'
The energy-efficient, environmentally sustainable project received a Best Practices Award for Overall Sustainable Design.
OCT. 13
Studying Computer Systems that Network
Computer science professor studies distributed computation — computation performed by small, intelligent computing devises that communicate with each other.
OCT. 13
Anticipating Potential Problems and Developing Solutions
Risk management director offers advice, training and resources to allow campus to create and manage programs and activities.
Oct. 12
Orange County Residents Maintain Negative Views of the State, Positive Views of the County
Recent survey reinforces views 'in which people tend to say that things are good close to home but tend to be a less positive about things elsewhere.'
OCT. 12
West Fullerton Town Hall Scheduled at Cal State Fullerton
The dialogue on “West Fullerton — Stories of Hope and Civic Renewal” set for Oct. 20.
OCT. 12
University Singers and Chamber Choir
In his last season before retiring, John Alexander, professor of music and director of choral studies at California State University, Fullerton, conducts the University Singers, Chamber Choir Nov. 4.
OCT. 11
CSUF Business College Plans Oct. 28 Groundbreaking for Mihaylo Hall
The planned five-story structure will feature state-of-the-art classrooms, including a 250-seat tiered lecture hall and multiple smaller classroom facilities.
OCT. 7
Southland Teens Gearing Up for Science Extravaganza
Gumdrop bridges, spaghetti buildings, robotics and air-powered vehicles are just some of the contests and interactive workshops involving 300 Southland middle school students during the fifth annual Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists (MAES) Science Extravaganza Friday, Oct. 14.
OCT. 3
"Ten Reasons Why Family Businesses Fail" Subject of Oct. 12 Workshop
Family business owner Michael Hawkins of Green Street Restaurant in Pasadena joins Mindy Kaplan, president of Capital Resources & Consulting, to share best practices on how family businesses can achieve success.
OCT. 3
The Politics of Public Pensions To Be Discussed at Cal State Fullerton
“The Politics of Public Pensions” is the focus of a panel discussion on Thursday, Oct. 6, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in Room 123 in the Humanities-Social Sciences Building.
September 2005
SEPT. 29
Parasoft Gift to Benefit CSUF College of Engineering and Computer Science
The $30,000 gift will benefit and promote student awards/projects, faculty scholarship and classroom exchanges with professionals.
SEPT. 29
Communications Professor Chronicles the Development of Little Saigon
Comm professor and former reporter plays an active role in chronicling life in the Vietnamese-American community.
SEPT. 29
Literature Course Explores Perspectives on Vietnam War
Course focuses on a balanced view of what both sides thought about the war.
SEPT. 29
Helping Vietnamese Students Integrate into Campus Community
Coordinator serves as a vital resourse to Vietnamese students as well as a proactive advocate for mutual understanding and stronger relationships between the university and the Vietnamese-American community.
SEPT. 29
Vietnamese Community Forum Slated
Cal State Fullerton and CSU to host a forum with Vietnamese American community leaders to solidify partnerships and discuss how CSU can meet the needs of the community.
SEPT. 29
President Announces Goals To Increase Faculty Ranks
CSUF President to committ $1.3 million in fundings to conduct 100 tenure-track faculty search every year through 2010.
SEPT. 29
Campus Keeps Focus on Retention and Recruitment
Campus forum discusses issues and challenges impacting faculty retention.
SEPT. 29
Two New Scholars Named to MARC Program
Minority Access to Research Careers program exposes students to the type of research and skills that will help them enter and succeed in graduate programs.
SEPT. 29
Promoting Faculty Education, Vitality and Enrichment
While technology training remains a cornerstone, Faculty Development Center aims to increase focus on assisting faculty with teaching and research skills.
SEPT. 29
Librarian Shares Asian Experiences
Librarian chronicles his journey to different Asian countries assessing university libraries' conditions, services and holding.
SEPT. 29
Housing Authority Looks Ahead to New Opportunities
Authority aims at bringing affordable housing to faculty and staff members.
SEPT. 28
CSUF President to Address Senate Hispanic Leadership Summit
Summit a gathering of Hispanic and government leaders to discuss economic development, education, job creation, immigration reform and health care.
SEPT. 26
Prop 76 Forum
The League of Women Voters of North Orange County is partnering with Cal State Fullerton to present the public forum “California’s Complex School Funding — Proposition 76: Help or Hindrance.”
SEPT. 26
CSUF to Take Lead in Food Distribution Drive
Organizers from Cal State Fullerton will lead an effort to distribute food to needy families in West Fullerton. Donations will be provided by Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County.
SEPT. 21
CSUF Business Club Awarded National Honors
Future Business Leaders of America wins several awards at national conference.
SEPT. 20
Some American Abroad
September 30-October 16
SEPT. 20
Bongshin Ko and Friends
Joining faculty cellist Bongshin Ko are violinists Phillip Levy and Julie Gigante, violists Simon Oswell and Brian Denbow and cellist David Low, Oct. 16.
SEPT. 15
Probing the Secrets of Molecule
Chemist studies reactivity of a set of molecules found in some pesticides.
SEPT. 16
Constitution Day to be Commemorated
Cal State Fullerton will get an early start on celebrating Constitution Day with activities beginning Friday, Sept. 16 — one day ahead of the actual date the U.S. Constitution was signed, back in 1787.
SEPT. 15
A Look at the United States Constitution
September 17 has been designated "Constitution Day" by the federal government. Phil Gianos, professor of political science, discusses the role of Constitution Day and some of its goals.
SEPT. 15
Campus Contributes Katrina Relief Effort
In response to the overwhelming need left in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Cal State Fullerton launched a “Donate a Dollar” campaign to support relief efforts of the American Red Cross.
SEPT. 15
Historian Studies Women's Activism and Child Care
Scholar's upcoming book focuses on advocacy for child care services.
SEPT. 15
Family Business Council Celebrates a Decade of Service
Established in partnership between the business community and the university, the campus center celebrates its 10th anniversary and its achievements in enhancing the well-being and survivability of family businesses.
SEPT. 15
Hispanic Chambers Honors University
Cal State Fullerton awarded the Chair's Award in recognition of the university's superior record of awarding degrees to Hispanic students.
SEPT. 15
Softball Tourney Named for Former CSUF Coach Judi Garman
The university’s mid-season collegiate women’s softball tournament will be known as the “Judi Garman Classic presented by Coach USA.”
Slavery of American Indians
Chicana and Chicano studies professor awarded Yale Fellowship to study slavery of American Indians.
Curator to a gallery of living art
Q&A with Fullerton Arboretum curator of plant collection.

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