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August 2006
AUG. 29
Cal State Fullerton Retains Top 10 Status in Magazine's Regional Ranking of Top Public Universities
University retains status as one of top 10 in the West for "Top Public Universities—Master's."
AUG. 16
University Custodian Selected for Governor's Employee Safety Award
Michelle Lau recognized for outstanding contributions to safety.
AUG. 4
Cal State Fullerton to Celebrate Fall During 23rd Annual Concert Under the Stars
Campus and community members can enjoy casual dining, fireworks and lively performances of works by musical theater legend Richard Rodgers during Cal State Fullerton’s 23rd annual Concert Under the Stars.
July 2006
JUL. 31
Cal State Fullerton President Reappointed To National ROTC Advisory Group
The Army Education Advisory Committee provides the secretary of the Army and the Army’s senior leadership with expert advice on Army educational programs.
JUL. 28
OLLI Offers Free Lectures That Appeal to Variety of Interests
A variety of topics, including California politics, news reporting, Pacific pinnipeds, the Orange County Great Park and perspectives on heaven, will be discussed during the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's (OLLI) fall lecture series.
JUL. 26
Western Digital to Support Future Engineers
Engineering Innovations program at CSUF exposes high school students to engineering.
JUL. 19
CSUF Curbing California's Nursing Shortage
The "entry-level" master's program provides coursework and clinical experiences needed to qualify students for licensure as a registered nurse (RN) and awards a master of science degree in nursing (MSN).
JUL. 12
CSUF Irvine Campus Opens Community Learning and Literacy Center
Cal State Fullerton will open its Community Learning and Literacy Center, which will be housed in the west wing of the Irvine Campus’s newly-leased second building—Building 65. Tours of the building and the center, which is sponsored by the College of Education, will be offered to the public.
JUL. 07
Faculty Member Trains Teachers Nationwide
Training corps to provide training on research-validated instructional strategies at no cost to teachers and schools.
JUL. 06
CSUF Business Professor Heading to South Africa To Discuss Quality-of-Life Issues
Professor will chair a session on "Quality of Life of People Living With Disabilities," which will feature presentations on community-based rehabilitation, impact of mobility impairment in various countries, societal impact on individual disabilities, and use of narratives to elaborate health and well-being data.
JUL. 06
New Name Adopted by Cal State Fullerton's Group for Older Adults
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) dedicated to the pursuit of lifelong learning for older adults with programs including study groups, lectures, physical and social activities, special events and travel opportunities.

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