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April 2007
APR. 30
Engineer Chosen for Outstanding Professor Award
Cal State Fullerton president visits classroom to greet surprised recipient.
APR. 27
'Kid Healthy Day' Is Saturday
OCTA donates 1,000 bus passes for free rides to Cal State Fullerton event.
APR. 27
Cal State Fullerton College of Education Seeks Public Comments for Teacher Education Accreditation
College of Education scheduled for an accreditation review.
APR. 27
Applauding Outstanding Teaching
Psychology professor receives Carol Barnes Excellence in Teaching Award.
APR. 25
Cal State Fullerton Professor Selected for Prestigious Wang Award
Biochemist Maria Linder praised by president, colleagues and students.
APR. 25
Ultimate Spring Concert
This first-ever, free, large-scale concert will feature popular music artists from three different genres: Shiny Toy Guns, Consequence and Sherwood. Students can expect tons of music, excitement and fun.
APR. 25
Families Matter Fair at CSUF Set for April 29
Children can play while moms and dads learn skills for parenting.
APR. 20
Sixth-Graders Are Going to College This Spring
Campus tours include visits to science labs to conduct experiments.
APR. 20
Stepping Out
This comedy, by Richard Harris, chronicles a few months of a beginning tap dance class.  The Americanized movie version premiered in 1991, and starred Liza Minelli as the dance instructor.
APR. 16
Titan Kid Healthy Challenge
April 28 event features a day of fun spent getting physical.
APR. 12
Spring Brings Poets to Cal State Fullerton
Iranian expatriate among authors presenting their works April 25.
APR. 11
Martin Luther King Jr. Salute at CSUF April 18
Ambassador Gaddi Vasquez providing keynote address.
APR. 10
Midyear Economic Forecast Slated April 19
What does the future hold for employment, housing markets, retail sales? Economist Anil Puri, dean of Cal State Fullerton’s College of Business and Economics, will discuss these and other issues at next week’s during the annual  “Midyear Economic Forecast.”
APR. 10
Community Invited to Social Justice Summit April 21
Social Justice Summit, “Wake Up! Open Our Eyes to Injustice,” is dedicated to bringing students and community members together to promote social action and activism locally, nationally and globally.
APR. 9
'Hip-Hop, Health and Economics' at CSUF April 18
How to use music in response to health, social and economic issues.
APR. 9
The Diviners
Cal State Fullerton’s recent production of “The Diviners” has been selected by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) for national honors and performances at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
APR. 9
Public Dialogue on Hip-Hop Offered at Cal State Fullerton
“Hip-Hop: Myth or Reality” is the theme of Cal State Fullerton’s April 17 community dialogue, part of an ongoing series on issues that are critical to the African American community.
APR. 5
Cal State Fullerton Hosts Human Nature Speaker Series April 16
The third annual Human Nature Speaker Series at Cal State Fullerton features Hillard S. Kaplan, professor of anthropology at the University of New Mexico. His topic is “The Human Adaptive Complex and the Aging Process: Evolution of the 70-Year Life Span.” The event is free and open to the public.
APR. 5
The Way of the Artist: Reflections on Creativity and the Life, Home, Art and Collections of Richard Marquis
The Way of the Artist includes 64 artworks by glass artist Richard Marquis, together with more than 300 objects from his extensive collections of ephemera — hats, rubber toys, buoys, hammers, hose nozzles, oil cans and more.
APR. 5
The Marriage of Figaro
The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart’s great comedic opera, was composed in 1786. With the librettist Lorenzo da Ponte, Mozart based the opera on Pierre Beaumarchais’ stage comedy of the same name. Although the play was banned in Vienna for a time due to its satirization of the upper class, the opera wasn’t and became one of Mozart’s most famous works.
APR. 4
'Location, Location, Location'
In business, marketing and real estate, it’s all about location. CSUF Outstanding Professor Zvi Drezner will lecture the process, theory and uses of location analysis Monday, April 16.
APR. 3
CSUF Offers Intensive Persian Studies Program
An intensive Persian studies program begins this summer followed by courses in the fall - part of the Intensive Immersion Language Program.
March 2007
MAR. 29
Primordial Images of a Modern Mystic: The Art of Myron Conan Dyal
This first public exhibition by self-taught Southern California-based artist Myron Conan Dyal features 18 paintings, 12 drawings and 20 sculptures from Dyal’s vast oeuvre spanning nearly three decades.
MAR. 29
Psychology Professor Studies Secrets of the Sexes
Data from more than 200,000 worldwide analyzed for gender differences
MAR. 28
Vietnamese Pianist Dang Thai Son In Recital
Vietnamese pianist Dang Thai Son, who was propelled to the forefront of the musical world when he was awarded first prize and the illustrious Gold Medal at the 10th International Chopin Piano Competition, will perform Tuesday, April 17.
MAR. 26
Guitarists of the World
Department of Music at Cal State Fullerton presents world-reknown guitarist Gérard Abiton, April 13.
MAR. 23
Desert Studies Center Is a NASA Training Ground
Scientists, teachers to use sun-scorched land to learn to look for life on Mars.
MAR. 23
April Talks to Highlight Nikkei Heritage Museum's Inaugural Exhibit
Both lectures open to public.
MAR. 16
Alcoa Foundation Grant Will Lead to More Student Research
Grant will be used to upgrade several environmental-engineering laborartory components.
MAR. 16
Piano Tribute Concert to Lori Loftus
In appreciation for alumna Lori Loftus’ generous donation to the keyboard area, piano faculty and students will present a special recital — open to the public — to honor her, March 23.
MAR. 13
Dead Man Walking
Based on a true story, DEAD MAN WALKING chronicles the path of Sister Helen Prejean, of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Medaille, who befriends and counsels a death-row inmate, Matthew Poncelot, on his way to lethal injection. Performance from March 17 - April 14.
MAR. 13
Baby, March 16 - April 15
Set on and around a college campus, BABY is the story of three couples in very different circumstances that experience the happiness and anxiety surrounding conception and impending parenthood.
MAR. 12
Latino Mental Health Conference Set for March 17
State Sen. Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles) and Steve Lopez, professor of clinical psychology and Chicano studies at UCLA, will deliver the keynote addresses at the California Latino Mental Health Conference at Cal State Fullerton.
MAR. 12
CSUF Hosts Online Education Forum March 16
With the growing popularity of online courses, how can educators make their current classes better via the Web? What do students need to know to have a good experience completing online courses? Cal State Fullerton’s Information Systems and Decision Sciences Department and Prentice Hall will host a March 16 open forum on “Excellence in Online Education.” The program begins with an introduction to Office 2007.
MAR. 12
Kennedy Center Honor Awarded to CSUF Theatre and Dance Faculty Member
Assistant professor Eve Himmelheber awarded Kennedy Center Medallian for her outstanding contributions to the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
MAR. 07
Students to Explore Opportunities and Careers During CSUF Business Week Festivities
Emile Haddad, chief investment officer for Lennar Corp.; Joanna Moore, senior vice president and chief claims officer for Mercury Insurance; and Sean Joyce, Irvine city manager, are among the business leaders who will be sharing their expertise with CSUF students March 12-17 during the College of Business and Economics’ Business Week 2007.
MAR. 07
Orange County Great Park Oral History Project to Capture the Voices of Military Veterans
Special oral history project will be record interviews with 75 World War II and Korean War veterans and preserving recollections of their life at the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station.
MAR. 02
Making a Difference: University Leadership Conference
March 10 student leadership conference to focus on leadership education and training and is open to all college and university students.
MAR. 01
Resolving Family Business Conflicts Is Subject of March Workshop
Sharing a business with family members means resolving different goals and needs of the family and the business through communication, conflict resolution techniques and a large dose of humility, says organizational consultant Barry Graff, who will be discussing “Family Conflicts, Business Conflicts … How to Resolve Them” during a March 14 Cal State Fullerton Family Business Council workshop.

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