Torture Is Topic of CSUF Philosophy Symposium
“Confronting Torture” is the topic of the 37th annual Cal State Fullerton Philosophy Symposium, where speakers will include a torture survivor and scholars.
Modern-Day Slavery Conference Highlights CSUF Women's History Month Events
Public conference on modern-day slavery to raise awareness and encourage attendees to take action against it.
Let the Eggs Drop: It's Engineering and Computer Science Week
The College of Engineering and Computer Science, in conjunction with the Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program present Engineering and Computer Science Week.
Founding Chair of CSUF Foreign Languages Department Dies
Gustave Bording Mathieu, Cal State
Fullerton emeritus professor of foreign languages and literatures
and the university’s
1966-67 Outstanding Professor Award recipient, died Feb.
16 of pneumonia, following a stroke.
State Fullerton President To Be Honored by KinderCaminata
Cal State Fullerton President Milton
A. Gordon will be honored Feb. 27 with KinderCaminata’s
Corazón Award, in recognition of his longtime leadership
in advancing academic achievement of students.
Salute to Business Leaders
Cal State Fullerton’s College of Business and Economics
will welcome three executives to campus to be recognized for
their achievements and to serve as guest lecturers during the
annual “Salute to Business Leaders” festivities.
Chair of Cal State Fullerton’s
Physics Department Dies
Raymond V. Adams, emeritus professor
and founding chair of the Physics Department at Cal State Fullerton,
died Feb. 2 after a long illness. The Fullerton resident was
Dreams, Cultivating Lives: Nikkei Farmers in Pre-World War II
The inaugural exhibit of the Orange
County Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum, which highlights
agrarian roots and the contributions made by pioneering farmers,
including those in the Japanese American community.
Exhibit: Alchemy: The Cross Project
Alchemy, The Cross Projects, features 150 mixed media,
cross paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Craig Keith Antrim.
Mason Wagner to Lecture at CSUF
“My Brother’s Keeper: Personal Ethics,” is
the subject of Mason Wagner’s presentation at 2 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 25, in the CSUF Pollak Library.
in New Music Festival: Inner Voices
The 6th Annual Women in New Music
Festival is a celebration of women’s voices in new music.
Owen Cupp Measures
Up Better Than Anyone Else This Time
The Excellence in Measurement Science
Engineering Scholarship Award has been brought to Cal State Fullerton
by senior electrical engineering major Owen Cupp of Fullerton.
Performs at Front & Center 2007
The band Chicago entertained a crowd
of more than 8,000 Saturday night at the Honda Center in Anaheim,
Calif., during Cal State Fullerton’s 12th annual Front & Center
Spring Lecture Series
The Dead Sea Scrolls, politics, the
American presidency and the Crusades are some of the topics that
will be discussed during the Cal State Fullerton Osher Lifelong
(OLLI) spring series.
President to Receive Titan Award at Front & Center
For his commitment to the future prosperity
and health of family-run businesses, Rick Muth, president of
Orco Block Co., will be honored with the Orange County Titan
Award at the university’s 12th annual Front & Center
Gear for Small Animals
Bill Burns has created a fascinating
world of finely-manufactured model safety and rescue gear for
animals, along with drawings, illustrations, and instruction
manuals for rescuing, relocating, and rehabilitating animals—all
produced by his company.
Wall Dedication Raises
$50,000 for College of Education Student Scholarships
The college’s Founders Wall
fundraising campaign raised $50,000 for an endowment for student
scholarships and $3,000 toward the cost of a college alumni newsletter
to be launched this spring.
Patrick Wegner honored
by the Orange County Section of the American Chemical Society
(ACS) for his program that enables teachers to assist their
the Future From the Bottom of a Lake
Cal State Fullerton’s Matthew
Kirby, assistant professor of geological sciences, is digging
into the bottom of Lake Elsinore, with the help of a $39,950
grant from the National Science Foundation.
Channing in “The
First Eighty Years Are The Hardest”
A Gala Evening
with Broadway Luminary Carol
Channing in “The First
Eighty Years Are The Hardest” joined
by Cal State Fullerton’s The Preeminents