CSUF Offering Oral History Workshop in Garden Grove
The university's Center for Oral and Public History is partnering with the Garden Grove Historical Society to sponsor an oral history workshop that is geared for community members, May 24.
Documentary About Los Angeles Airs Thursday
Political science professor contributes to documentary providing historical background about race, ethnicity and events that shaped Los Angeles politics and history.
'Your Nanotechnology Future' Is Subject of May 2 Lecture
Heidi Fearn, professor of physics at CSUF, separates nanotechnology fact from fiction in discussing the science as it relates to medicine, computers and space technology.
Story of Vietnam told through photos, film, song
A special commemoration of the fall of Saigon, “New Hope, New Life, New Horizon,” will be presented Wednesday in the form of a slide show and documentary set to Vietnamese songs that tell the history of Vietnam and Vietnamese Americans.
Iraqi Crisis Is Subject of April 25 Panel Discussion at CSUF
"Iraq: A Troubled Nation — Realities and Misperceptions" is the focus of a panel discussion Tuesday at Cal State Fullerton's Center for Oral and Public History.
Advertising Legend Keith Reinhard Named Distinguished Communicator
Reinhard is chairman emeritus of DDB Worldwide, which ranks among the largest global advertising agency networks in the world with 206 offices in 96 countries.
Cal State Fullerton Launches Comm Week 2006
A Week Designed to Spotlight Communications Profession
The week’s events showcase a variety of communications professionals who offer tips on how to succeed in the communications field and describe their own paths to their professions.
Performance of the premiere musical in the new Young Theatre from May 5 - 21.
College of Engineering and Computer Science Explores Acoustical Engineering at Technology Breakfast
Cal State Fullerton College of Engineering and Computer Science Affiliates to host a Technology Breakfast on "Engineering Sound."
Federal Grant to Enhance Campus Midwifery Program
Grant focuses on strengthening the educational program for training nurse midwifery, along with recruitment and developing midwives' skills in a diverse population.
Avian Flu: Is the Campus Ready?
Campus team to develop a university plan and procedures designed to minimize the pandemic's impact and reduce the spread across campus.
Business Alumnus To Be Honored at Commencement
James D. Woods will receive an honorary doctorate of humane letters.
Campus Develops Working Relationships With Government Leaders
Frances Teves, director of state relations and advocacy, works closely with state officials sharing the CSUF story to garner support for the campus and its programs.
CSUF Charters Local Chapter of Nursing Honor Society
Upsilon Beta will be the only Sigma Theta Tau chapter in Orange County.
MESA Students Earn Credits From Johns Hopkins
21 high school students will participate in 'What is Engineering?' summer program.
Engineering Student Creates Flying Robot
Francisco Zabala's computer-run airplane takes second place at contest.
Philosopher Jesse J. Prinz Speaks at CSUF April 21
Philosopher Jesse J. Prinz, associate professor of philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will deliver a lecture Friday titled “Emotions and Moral Values.”
Chinese Authors Read, Sign Books at CSUF Library April 20, May
Chinese authors Chun Yu and Yiyun Li will be at Cal State Fullerton to read from and sign their books as part of CSUF's author series "Memory and Migration: Conversations with Chinese Women Writers."
Conference to Address Aging and Poverty Issues
Conference participants will work on action plan to address the human service needs of senior citizens.
Dean of Cal State Fullerton College of Education Named
Claire C. Cavallaro, chief of staff and principal adviser to Cal State Northridge president, has been named dean of College of Education.
Titan Softball Diamond Named Anderson Field
Naming in honor of two brothers and their wives who have contributed to the university's softball and baseball programs for the past 10 years.
Primate Development Is Topic of April 15 Human Nature Event
The second annual Human Nature Biocultural Anthropology Speaker Series, “Growing Up: Development in Primates,” is scheduled Saturday at Cal State Fullerton. The talks are being held in conjunction with the 24th Southern California Primate Research Forum.
Walkout Student Forum Set for April 12
Forum to give students, who participated in recent high school walkouts, an opportunity to express their concerns and to discuss the reasons for the walkouts.
Juries and American Democracy
To Be Discussed at Cal State Fullerton
Specific issues to be explored include: jury selection and democracy, whether juries are — and serve — a democratic purpose, jury deliberations as democratic, and jury decisions as a tool of democracy.
Exploring Antibiotic Resistance at CSUF Science Symposium
"The Problems of Antibiotic Resistance: New Insights in the Search for a Solution" is the subject of biological science professor Marcelo Tolmasky's keynote address.
Event Showcases Successful Asian, Pacific Islander Resource Centers
Cal State Fullerton's Asian American Studies Program is hosting a daylong conference "Crossroads: Pathways to Successful Asian and Pacific Islander Resource Centers."
Is Fourth for Bachelor's Degree To Hispanic Women
Eight California universities
are among the top 20 and Cal State Fullerton is the
highest ranked among them.
Twins Study Is Subject of Outstanding Professor Lecture Set
for April 17
Twins study scholar examines how environment
affects behavior by studying children who were adopted by
parents who also have children of the same age.
13th Annual Vision & Visionaries to Honor Alumni Excellence
"Desperate Housewives" creator
Marc Cherry among six distinguished alumni who will be honored
at annual gala.
Biological Science Faculty Member Pursues Art
Rodrigo Lois, associate professor of biological science, became
an artist after learning he had colon cancer.
Cal State Fullerton Students Invited
To Participate in Newport Beach Film Festival
Seven students at Cal State Fullerton have been invited
to screen their films as part of the "college event" at the Newport Beach Film
Festival Saturday, April 22.
Tom Hayden to Keynote CSUF Social Justice
Tom Hayden, political activist, author
and founding member of Students for a Democratic Society, will
be the keynote speaker at Cal State Fullerton’s second
annual Social Justice Student Summit, April 22.
State Fullerton Assistant Dean Named Distinguished Educator
Lisa Jones, assistant dean of student
affairs for Cal State Fullerton's College of Engineering
and Computer Science, has been honored by the Orange
County branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers
(ASCE) with its Distinguished Educator Award.
Shows Connection Between Latina Sorority Membership and
Successful College Adjustment
Gina Garcia, a student and retention
coordinator at Cal State Fullerton, conducted a study
that found that Latina women who belong to Latina sororities
more easily complete the transition from high school
to college than nonmembers of sororities.
is Responsible for the African American Poor?
African American Resource Center at Cal State Fullerton
is hosting a town hall-style public forum, "Who
is Responsible for the African American Poor?" from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, April 13, in the Titan Student
Pollution Costs San Joaquin Valley $3 Billion a Year
A new study just released, "The
Health and Related Economic Benefits of Attaining Healthful
Air in the San Joaquin Valley" is based on the review
and analysis of dozens of peer-reviewed economic and scientific
studies and puts
a $3 billion price tag on the impact of air pollution on
the health of San Joaquin Valley residents.
Jamison Jones to Perform Title Role in "Timon of Athens"
CSUF alumnus Jamison Jones will lead
the Timon of Athens cast in 9 performances as
Timon in the next CSUF Theatre and Dance production directed
by acclaimed director and faculty member Donn Finn.
Conference at CSUF Set for April 15
Cal State Fullerton's Student
California Teachers Association (SCTA) sponsors conference
for future teachers to learn how to involve students in the
Conference Set for April 13
Cal State Fullerton's Center for the Promotion of Healthy
Lifestyles and Obesity Prevention will present a community
forum on "Obesity: Awareness and Beyond."
of Engineering and Computer Science Hosts April 11 Breakfast
CSUF College of Engineering and Computer
Science Affiliates Technology Breakfast on "Technology & Environment:
Changing the Landscape of Civil Engineering"
Economic Forecast Slated April 18
What does the future hold for employment,
housing markets, retail sales? Dean Anil Puri discusses this
and other issues at the College of Business and Economics'
annual Midyear Economic Forecast.
Professor Studies Association Between Sex Drive and Attraction
Richard A. Lippa's findings suggest
that same-sex attraction is more common in women than men.
Documentary of Japanese American WWII
Hero To Screen April 11 at Cal State Fullerton
"Citizen Tanouye" chronicles the bravery of
Japanese American soldier's bravery in Italy.
Cal State Fullerton Center Hosts Economics Instruction Workshop
A special April 8 workshop geared to providing
resources and lessons to aid in teaching economic concepts to
high school students is being hosted by Cal State Fullerton's
Center for Economic Education.
Cal State Fullerton Dean Honored for
College of Engineering and Computer
Science dean honored with the 2006 Missouri Honor Award for
Distinguished Service in Engineering.
Professor to Explore: Are Chinese Workers Experiencing Stress?
B. Thomas Mayes travels to Asia to study
how Chinese workers are handling new challenges.
First-Year Teachers From CSUF Perform
Above CSU Average
The university's well-regarded teaching
program and its faculty are credited for Fullerton's high marks.
Hall Naming Recognizes Gift to College of Natural Science and
Renaming of Science Laboratory
Center in recognition of CSUF graduate who wanted to
give back to the university.
Center Has New Name, Same Goal: Keeping
Center for the Promotion of Healthy
Lifestyles and Obesity Prevention presses on to help create
a healthier community.
Obesity Conference Set for April 13
Center for the Promotion of Healthy
Lifestyles and Obesity Prevention will host "Obesity:
Awareness and Beyond."
Women's Month Showcases Achievements,
Competition, health and civil rights
among issues highlighted during Women's History Month.
Basketball Coach Reflects on Career, Milestone Achievement
Coach Maryalyce Jeremiah returns to coaching in 2003 and recently
picked up her 400th career victory.
Census Shows Increase
in Spring Students
Enrollment up close to 300 over last
American Indian Baskets on Display Through
Student project will be showcased in Anthropology
A Global Look at Ancient Persia
As the war in Iraq continues, historians
will offer insights to the conflicts by discussing the area's
past at a seminar — "The
World of Ancient Persia: Achaemenid Archaeology, History and
Religion." The event aims to "bring a global perspective to ancient
history," said Touraj Daryaee, CSUF associate professor of history. "It's
important because the Middle East is very much in the news today
and needs to be discussed."
Bloom ... Fullerton Arboretum Dedicates New Visitor Center
Dedication ceremony marks the opening
of the n ew Fullerton Arboretum Visitor Center.
Cal State Fullerton Renews Lease for
its Irvine Campus
The Irvine Campus will continue to offer
classes under a renewed lease extending through June 2007.
CSUF Powwow Celebration Set for March 18
Authentic dancing, singing and cuisine
will highlight a celebration of Native American culture at Cal
State Fullerton's Inter-Tribal
Student Council Powwow.
CSUF's 36th Annual Philosophy Symposium to Focus on Women and
The works of philosophers Judith Butler
and the late Simone De Beauvoir and Hannah Arendt will be examined
during Cal State Fullerton's 36th annual Philosophy Symposium, "Intellectual Activism:
Women Pushing the Boundaries of Philosophy." The two-day event
is open to the public free of charge.
Students to Spend a Saturday Learning About Leadership
Southern California college students will get the chance to sharpen
their leadership skills, participate in networking activities
and attend workshops on topics ranging from life balance to risk
taking at Cal State Fullerton's ninth annual University Leadership
Leadership and Ethics Are Themes of Cal State Fullerton's Business
Executives from a variety of fields will
share their experience and knowledge on leadership and ethics
with Cal State Fullerton students March 14-16 during the College
of Business and Economics' Business
Blind Student Takes Flight, Showcases
Blind graduate student interests in
flying sparks her to organize celebratory program about the
Cal State Fullerton Names Conference
Room In Honor of Founding Dean, Outstanding Professor
McCarthy Hall conference room named after
Giles T. Brown.
Curbing California's Nursing Shortage
Cal State Fullerton is finalizing
plans for a new advanced degree in nursing program designed
for students with non-nursing bacalaureate degrees.
Professor Travels World to Discuss Benefits of Resource Management,
Economist Morteza Rahmatian assists United Nations and foreign
countries in oversees studies.
Boomer Generation: What's Next?
Gerontology director discusses retirement
and other issues facing today's baby boomers.
Psychology Professor Studies Association Between Sex Drive
Richard A. Lippa's findings suggest
that same-sex attraction is more common in women than men.
Digital Storytelling Workshop Lets Students Tell Their Story
Intensive workshop helps youths exiting the foster care system
Symposium Focuses On Women
Philosophy professors will analyze works
of Judith Butler and Simone De Beauvoir.
Women's History Month
Women's History Month at Cal State Fullerton
is celebrated this month with special lectures and conferences.
Finance Greatness Is Subject of Family Business Workshop
Louis Barajas, author of "The Latino
Journey to Financial Greatness," will share his experiences
at a March 14 dinner workshop sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's
Family Business Council.
Evolutionary Genetics Lecture Set for May 2
Francisco J. Ayala will present "Darwin's
Greatest Discovery: Design Without Designer."