Assistant Professor Recognized for Dissertation on White-Collar
Carrie Chet's doctoral dissertation, "What I'm Worth: White-Collar
Unemployment in a New Economy," is an ethnographic study
of unemployed white-collar high-technology workers. Chet
found that today's high-tech workers are better prepared -- emotionally,
financially and professionally -- to manage prolonged unemployment
than were previous generations of laid-off professionals.
Gerontology Director Participates in
White House Conference on Aging
Conference addressed workforce issues
such as training healthcare workers who provide services
to seniors and strengthening Medicare and Medicaid.
CSUF Alumnus Gives Bikes to Deserving Kids
Scott Sundstrom, a physical education teacher in the Placentia-Yorba
Linda Unified School District, is giving the gift of fitness
to deserving students at Topaz Elementary School in Fullerton
and Melrose Elementary School in Placentia.
Cal State Fullerton Receives HUD Grant
Cal State Fullerton receives HUD grant to help improve quality
of life for local residents in poor neighborhood.
Associate Professor Mentors St. Joseph
Rutledge is helping local nurses conduct research studies.
Gladys Knight to Headline Front & Center 2006
"A Knight to Remember" to spotlight
the Grammy Award winner. Concert to benefit student scholarships
CSUF Students Help 'Jumpstart' Preschoolers' Education
State Fullerton students are helping to boost literacy in preschools
through the Jumpstart Fullerton Program.
Impact of Evangelical Christianity on Bush Presidency and Nation
Comparative religion professor Benjamin
Hubbard gives his thoughts on Supreme Court nominees, faith-based
initiatives and evangelical Christianity.
Brazilian Exchange Students Study at CSUF
Two Brazilian exchange
students learned lessons both inside and outside the classroom
at CSUF this semester.
New Rehearsal Room Takes Arts Dean's Name
The new Performing
Arts Center's Musical Theatre Rehearsal Room will boast Jerry
McNair Program Assists Students Pursuing Doctoral Degrees
are being encouraged to pursue graduate studies through the
McNair Postbaccaluareate Achievement Program
of the Library Series to Debut in January
of the Library 2006 lecture series will kick off Jan. 22 with
a discussion by author Quang X. Pham.
Community and Campus Members Support University
Giles T. Brown's
donation to the Endowment for Graduate Students is one of several
recent gifts to the university.
State Fullerton President to Receive Leadership Award
Cal State Fullerton President Milton A. Gordon will be honored
today by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Higher
Education (CASE) with its Chief Executive Officer Leadership
Award for CASE District VII.
Uses Local Mountain Range As Geological Laboratory
Brandon Browne’s research takes him all over the world.
His latest focus is Mammoth Mountain which hasn't erupted in
about 50,000 years.
Scholars Who Studied Chinese Village
to Present Findings
Members of Cal State Fullerton’s
Chinese Village Oral History Project will present their findings
from a summer visit to Longquan Village (Dragon Springs) in Henan
Province in northern China.
Expands Community Outreach
With a recently awarded HUD grant, the
university will expand the area’s community center and
offer free services such as civics classes, leadership training
and English lessons.
C. Jessie Jones talks about fibromyalgia
and her efforts to learn more about and increase awareness of
this chronic pain disorder.
Internship Could Lead Students to a Future in Politics
Summer internship program in Washington
D.C. allows students first-hand experience in politics.
Helping middle school teachers develop
methods to teach algebra and other math concepts is the goal
of a group of university and other educators.
Events on Campus
Holiday Events throughout December.
Mathematician Honored at White House With Presidential Award
for Excellence in Mentoring
Pagni honored with the 2005 award for mentoring students.
of American Indians
awarded Yale Fellowship to study slavery of American Indians.
Student Interning in Washington D.C.
Political science student assigned to the staff of Rep. Adam
to Host JPL's Invention Challenge Nov. 19
budding engineers design and build a machine that can light
a match in 20 seconds? Judges will find out Saturday when Cal
State Fullerton hosts the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s
annual Invention Challenge southern region competition.
Permanente Gives $300,000 for Nursing Program
to support a plan for a post-baccalaureate, pre-licensure program
for students who wish to become nurses while pursuing a master’s
degree in the field.
Grants Provides Support for Nursing Students
help graduate nursing students pay for their schooling cost.
Students Ease Into University Life With Help of CSUF's Freshman
Programs provides support
to help first-year students make a successful transition, both
academically and socially, from high school to college.
Students About Doing the Right Thing
dean of students for judicial affairs teaches students the importance
of intellectual property in written assignments.
Issues Subject of Recent SSRC Studies
to provide evaluation and research support in Mono and Ventura
counties' drive to reduce underage and binge drinking.
Center Director Honored By California Council on Economic Education
Chiara Gratton-Lavoie honored for successfully
promoted economic education among K-12 students in California.
Community Relations Director Named at Cal State Fullerton
Susan Katsaros, a Cal State Fullerton
alumna, is the university’s newly named director of community
Leaders to Share Knowledge as Professors for a Day
would cause 25 business leaders to take the helm of a college
classroom? It’s the chance to share their expertise with
future business executives as part of Cal State Fullerton’s
College of Business and Economics annual “Professors for
Salvador Refugee Tells Her Story in Person and in Documentary
The award-winning documentary “Testimony:
The Maria Guardado Story” will be screened at Cal State
Fullerton Wednesday. Guardado and the film’s director,
Randy Vasquez, will be at the screening to talk about her life
and the making of the film.
State Fullerton to Host Veterans Recognition Event
recognition will be given to families who saw three or more
brothers serve in World War II.
Early Teens Decide to Smoke and Drink
seeks answers on what makes early teens decide to smoke and