Cal State Fullerton Students and Faculty
Reap Regional Awards in Cedar City, Utah
Musical theatre junion awarded the
Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship.
Cal State Fullerton Presents "Arab
World and Islam Colloquium"
"The Arab World and Islam," a colloquium
featuring Audrey Shabbas, founder and director of the Berkeley-based
AWAIR: Arab World and Islamic Resources, is offered next week
at Cal State Fullerton.
"Launch Your Future" During Engineering and Computer Science Week
College of Engineering and Computer Science hosts “Launch Your Future,” a week devoted to stimulating student interest in engineering and computer science through mentorship, networking and hands-on projects based on technical principles.
Cal State Fullerton to Offer Doctorate in Education
CSUF to be among first group of CSU campuses to offer a doctoral program in education.
Junior High School Students to Build Bridges, Fly Gliders
Some 400 junior high school students will gather at Cal State Fullerton for Junior High Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Day, Feb. 22.
Cal State Fullerton to Launch 'Cal State D.C.' Program
Summer internship program enables students to learn more about how the legislative and executive branches of government operate.
CSUF Army ROTC to Hold Conference
CSUF ROTC will present an “Educators Conference” to
give information about the program, such as admission requirements
Katrina Survivor: Psychology Student Plans to
Josh Hurst, who escaped Hurricane Katrina with just a few items of clothing and
a backpack of textbooks, has found a new place to stay on campus while completing
his studies for a psychology degree.
Katrina Survivor: Artist Makes a New Home on Campus
Elijah Espinoza evacuated his dorms at William Carey College in Gulf Port, Miss.,
only to ride out Hurricane Katrina with his father in a two-story apartment.
Campus Appearance Continues to Change
Construction on the new College of Business and Economics building
will alter the campus layout.
Archaeology Faculty Member Studies
the Olmec's Trade Network
Bitumen samples help anthropology professor Carl J. Wendt analyze ancient civilization.
Arab World and Islam Colloquium
AWAIR director Audrey Shabbas will headline upcoming event.
College of Communications Dean Elected Vice President of California
First Amendment Coalition
Nonprofit, public interest organization advocates for freedom of speech and increased
public access to government at all levels.
Stock Market Simulation Offered to High School Students
Southland high school students will learn the fundamentals
of finance and investment through stock market simulations.
College of Business and Economics To Honor, Host Business Leaders
in the Classroom
Three company leaders — all of whom are Cal State Fullerton
alumni — will share their experiences and be honored Feb.
28 during the annual "Salute to Business Leaders" day sponsored
by the College of Business and Economics at Cal State Fullerton.
Disaster Preparedness From National,
Lecture series features
experts in government and academe.
How Math Figures Into Predicting Disasters
Briefing to explore the question of
whether natural events occur at random and can it be predicted
CSUF Professor Elected Vice President
of the California County Boards of Education
County Boards reviews proposed bills
and influences policies and legislation affecting public
Cal State Fullerton Building Designs Win Architectural Honors
Mihaylo Hall and Fullerton Arboretum Visitor
Center recognized as "Outstanding Designs for Work in Progress."
CSUF Army ROTC Battalion to Receive
Cal State Fullerton’s Army Reserve Officers Training Corps
(ROTC) battalion will receive the MacArthur Award for being the
Western region’s top-performing unit for 2005 in the small
State Budget Calls For Eliminating Fee Increases
Gov. Schwarzenegger proposes $215 million
in new revenue for the CSU. Proposal fully funds trustees'
budget request and eliminate student fee increases.
Puts Future Teachers on the Fast Track
Streamlined education program is helping
students earn their degrees quicker.
Welcomes More Than 32,000 Students for Spring
CSUF opens semester with record spring
Africa and Apartheid Are Used As a Lesson in Political Dynamics
Sociology professor Alan L. Emery uses
personal experiences to help shape apartheid teachings.
College Fundraising Campaign Continues To Receive Support
Pledges continue to pour in for Mihaylo
April Conference Aims to Showcase Successful Asian
American Resource Centers
Cal State Fullerton’s Asian American Studies program will
host a conference: “Crossroads: Pathways to Successful
Asian and Pacific Islander Resource Centers.”
Family-Oriented Business Conference
Developing the right business and marketing
plans are among the topics to be discussed March 1 during the
third annual Hispanic Family-Owned Business Conference.
African-American Heritage Month
Lectures, pageants, comedy, music and
film will highlight Cal State Fullerton’s celebration
of African American History Month from Feb. 2-25.
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.
CSUF Business Scholar Explores Education and Career Success
Study confirms that promotions and salary are affected by having
at least an undergraduate degree, particularly in business
Business Balanced and Successful E-mail This Story
The author of "Keep Your Business
Close ... and Your Family Closer" will discuss the advantages
and tools of family business success Wednesday, Feb. 15
Immunologist and Emeritus Professor of Biological Science Jack
A specialist in immunology, Bradshaw gained attention for his
research endeavors on Ehrlich ascites malignancy, a common
cancer in mice.
Technology Summit to Bring Together
Business Leaders, Educators
Educators and industry leaders to address
issues on the future of technology education and workforce
development in Orange County.
Cal State Fullerton Honors Teachers
Two OC teachers and alumni share College of Education Titan
Education Excellence Award.
Diverse Lineup of Students, Faculty
and Alumni to Perform During New Performing Arts Center Gala
This weekend's gala celebration of Cal State Fullerton's new
Performing Arts Center will feature a diverse and talented array
of student, faculty and alumni performers.
Survey Finds 473% Return on Investment
for Santa Ana WORK Center
The Social Science Research Center at Cal State Fullerton has
completed a Return-on-Investment analysis for the Santa Ana
Workforce Investment Board of clients served by its comprehensive
one-stop center, the Santa Ana WORK Center.
Cal State Fullerton and KCET Enter Into Exclusive Orange County
Meda partnership to support the opening of the university's
new Performing Arts Center and its performing arts season.
CSUF Executive Receives Civil Rights
For his contributions to human rights, Donald
S. Castro, special assistant to President Milton Gordon, was
awarded a Civil Rights Award from the California Association
of Human Relations Organization (CAHRO).
Professor Awarded Ethnic History Honor
Emeritus history professor Lawrence
de Graaf won an award from the Los Angeles City Historical
Sandow Birk's Divine Comedy
Realist painter's latest series of epic paintings and prints
allude to The Divine Comedy.
Three-Day Celebration to Mark the Opening of New Performing
Three-day celebration includes performance
by CSUF alumna and international opera star Deborah Voigt.
Creative Estate Planning for Family
Maximizing the transfer of assets to successive
generations and enhancing returns of investment portfolios without
increasing risk will be discussed during “Creative Estate Planning
Techniques Using Life Insurance and Investments,” a Jan.
11 breakfast seminar.
Series to Feature Medical Advances, Politics, the Ocean and
New medications, religion and terror, grunion-running, mediation
and gambling are just a few of the topics and issues that will
be presented during Continuing Learning Experience's (CLE) spring
lecture series, beginning Jan. 17.