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October 2006
OCT. 31
Religion and Science: Harmony or Discord?
Cal State Fullerton to host interfaith event Nov. 5.
OCT. 30
Education Bond Measure Includes Funds for Cal State Fullerton
A $10.4 billion education bond measure Californians will consider when they go to the polls Nov. 7 includes funds for Cal State Fullerton.
OCT. 27
Come Halloween, Students Will Be Scaring Up Interest For the Election With Mock ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’ Debate
Cal State Fullerton will host a mock segment of  “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” in which students will impersonate gubernatorial candidates Phil Angelides and Arnold Schwarzenegger and debate issues pertinent to the Nov. 7 statewide election.  
OCT. 27
Alaska's Environment is Topic of Nov 2 Lecture
Kurt Fredriksson, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation commissioner, will deliver a lecture titled  “Protecting Alaska’s Environment — A Regulator’s View.”
OCT. 26
Rep. Royce to Speak at Family Business Town Hall
U.S. Rep. Edward Royce (R-Fullerton) and a representative of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will address pre-election issues during an Oct. 31 town hall meeting of Cal State Fullerton’s Family Business Council.
OCT. 26
Cal State Fullerton to Host Special Olympics
Cal State Fullerton will be a host site for the 2006 Special Olympics of Southern California Fall Games Championship Series.
OCT. 25
Guest speaker Giovanni Vignale, professor of physics at the University of Missouri-Columbia, will present the “Many-Body Effects in Spintronics,” during a colloquium sponsored by the CSUF College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the Physics Department.
OCT. 23
Cal State Fullerton to Test New Fire Alarm System
Test of entire system scheduled for 3 p.m. on Friday, October 27
OCT. 23
Risky Business: Sex, Drugs, Smoking and Alcohol
Cal State Fullerton’s Center for the Study of Economics of Aging and Health presents “Risky Business: Sex, Drugs, Smoking and Alcohol,” a forum discussion on at-risk behavior. The program is open to the public free of charge.
OCT. 20
Cal State Fullerton to Host Oct. 25 Town Hall on Death Penalty
“Death Penalty: Revenge or Social Justice” will be the topic of a town hall discussion Wednesday at Cal State Fullerton.
OCT. 20
CSUF Alumni, Industry Leaders to be Professors for a Day in the College of Engineering and Computer Science
Cal State Fullerton’s College of Engineering and Computer Science is hosting its second annual “Professor for a Day,” featuring more than 25 alumni and industry leaders as guest lecturers.
OCT. 19
Cal State Fullerton’s Performing Arts Center Receives Design Award
Art center selected as one that "creates a new signature building within the heart of the CSUF campus."
OCT. 18
Asian American International Film Festival Screens October 24 - December 7
Cal State Fullerton is hosting “Moving Images: First Asian American International Film Festival” in an effort to promote global understanding through films by and about Asians and Asian Americans. Screenings are free and open to the public.
OCT. 18
Math Professor Honored for Educational Leadership
David L. Pagni’s contributions to mathematics education over the last few decades have earned him an Apple of Gold Award for Educational Leadership from the Orange County Hispanic Education Endowment Fund (HEEF).
OCT. 16
OC Weekly “Ask A Mexican” Columnist Delivers Lecture Oct. 17 at Cal State Fullerton
Gustavo Arellano, OC Weekly’s “Ask a Mexican” columnist, will deliver a lecture on the plight of Mexicans in Orange County, followed by a screening of the Emmy-winning short documentary “Menendez vs. Westminster: For All the Children/Para Todos Los Ninos.”
OCT. 13
Cal State Fullerton Hosting Election Season Events
Voter mobilization efforts, debates and rallies are among activities planned this month at Cal State Fullerton to help prepare campus and community members for the Nov. 7 election.
OCT. 13
SEUSSICAL: THE MUSICAL is a fantastical and spectacular meshing of the many vivid worlds created by Dr. Seuss, and brings to life such colorful and beloved characters as Horton the Elephant, Layzie Mayzie, Gertrude McFuzz, and the Whos of Whoville.
OCT. 12
Donated Bronze Sculptures To Be Unveiled During Dedication
Two bronze sculptures – Arise, by Eric Goulder, and Imploration by Stanislav Szukalski – will be dedicated at Cal State Fullerton.
OCT. 12
CSUF Economic Forecast Set to Discuss: What Does 2007 Hold for Orange County?
Rising costs for gas, power and building materials, a slowdown in real estate in Southern California and a slowing national economy will be among the many issues discussed Thursday, Oct. 26, during the 2006 Economic Forecast Conference presented by Cal State Fullerton’s College of Business and Economics and the Orange County Business Council.
OCT. 09
Stock Market Challenge Geared for High School Students
What would you do if you were given the opportunity to manage a $100,000 stock portfolio? Beginning today, Southland high school students are being given that challenge as part of a stock market simulation offered by Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Economic Education.
OCT. 06
Oct. 11 Workshop: Maintaining Harmony in Family Business
Three sets of fathers and their children will discuss how they work together as a family and as a business during the Oct. 11 Cal State Fullerton Family Business Council workshop “Father/Son-Father/Daughter Relationships in the Family Business.”
OCT. 06
Author Delivers Lecture on Chinese Culture Oct. 19
Shi Liu, author and editor of books on Chinese literature, art and civilization and a visiting professor of Chinese at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, will deliver a lecture on “Chinese Scholarship: Tradition and Modernization.”
OCT. 04
Explore Precious Minerals and Miocene Fossils in New Exhibit
Geo-Garden: An Exhibition of Minerals & Fossils will feature minerals and fossils from the McGraw Collection of the CSUF GeologicalSciences Department and Orange County Fossil Collection.
OCT. 04
Teachers to Spend Saturday Learning How to Build Bridges to the Future
High school and intermediate school teachers from Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, Compton, Lakewood, Santa Barbara, Riverside and the Imperial Valley will be spending this Saturday in the classroom to get students excited about math, science and engineering. The 100 teachers — all involved with the statewide MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement) program — will be attending the daylong Southern MESA Advisors Regional Training at Cal State Fullerton.
OCT. 03
Open House at Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary
Oct. 7 open house at Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary, kickoff of capital campaign to refurbish amphitheater.
OCT. 03
CSUF Professor Wins Inaugural Haynes Award for Research Impact
Raphael Sonenshein recognized for his extensively research on the relationships among racial and ethic groups and about the governance of American cities, particularly Los Angeles.
OCT. 02
Technology Breakfast Focuses on Next Phase in Global Navigation
“Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS): The Future of Global Navigation in Civil Aviation” is the topic of next week’s CSUF College of Engineering and Computer Science Technology Breakfast, Oct. 10.
September 2006
SEPT. 29
Alcohol Is Focus of Cal State Fullerton Town Hall
“Alcohol Responsibility and the CSUF Community” is the subject of a town hall at Cal State Fullerton, OCt. 4.
SEPT. 29
From Petri Dish to Dinner Plate: The Basics of Agricultural Biotechnology
Get the basics about modified organisms and their potential global impact and find out about the myths and misconceptions of agricultural biotechnology, Oct. 4.
SEPT. 28
Helping Rebuild School Destroyed By Hurricane
Cal State Fullerton’s Reading Department has set up a fundraising and book donation campaign to help rebuild the Louisiana school library.
SEPT. 27
Congressman Ed Royce to Address Oct. 18 Citizen Diplomacy Summit at Cal State Fullerton
U.S. Rep. Ed Royce (R-Fullerton), a Cal State Fullerton alumnus, will discuss “Citizen Diplomacy in a Changing Global Environment” as part of the Citizen Diplomacy Summit at CSUF.
SEPT. 25
Rwandan Holocaust Through the Eyes of a Survivor
Immaculee Ilibagiza, author of “Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust” will discuss her personal story and sign copies of her book during a Sept. 28 presentation at the Cal State Fullerton Irvine Campus.
SEPT. 22
Jaime Oaxaca: Hispanic Heritage Month Speaker
The paucity of Hispanics in the upper ranks of corporations and the government is the subject Jaime Oaxaca, chairman of the Oaxaca Group – Hispanic Marketing, will address in his presentation, “Denial Is Not Just Another River in Egypt,” to Cal State Fullerton students.
SEPT. 21
Reaching Beyond the Classroom Into the Community
How students and professors apply classroom course work to serve and improve the communities around them is the focus of a daylong conference on community engagement at Cal State Fullerton. Their thousands of hours of service for the benefit of children, the elderly, the poor and disabled provide real-world examples for “Engagement Through the Disciplines.”
SEPT. 20
Cal State Fullerton History Major Receives Hearst/CSU Award for Outstanding Achievement
Growing up in Sonora, Calif., Ben Davis always thought that he would be a teacher — a role he has taken to heart. Even before earning his bachelor’s degree, he taught at a local elementary school, as well as in Africa and China.

SEPT. 14
Dan Black Hall Naming Ceremony
Friday's dedication of Dan Black Hall celebrates the graduate's gift—born of entrepreneurial success.

SEPT. 07
CSUF Celebrates Constitution Day Sept. 18-19
On-your-feet lessons about the U.S. Constitution; panel discussions on censorship, the First Amendment, civil liberties and presidential powers; a voter registration drive; fife and drum entertainment; plus conversations with Orange County Superior Court judges are featured during Cal State Fullerton’s Constitution Day festivities. All activities are open to the public free of charge.
SEPT. 07
CSUF Center to Host SEC Reporting Conference
Trends in financial reporting and auditor oversight are among the topics to be addressed at the fifth annual SEC Financial Reporting Conference hosted by Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance.

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