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DECEMBER 2007
DEC. 17
Stevie Nicks to Headline Cal State Fullerton’s Front & Center Gala
Rock legend Stevie Nicks along with ‘Desperate Housewives’ Creator, Marc Cherry will Emcee Feb. 2 Event to Benefit Scholarships.
DEC. 06
CSUF’s Philanthropic Foundation Names Board Members
Marilyn Brewer, Rick Muth and Doug Simao have been appointed to the Philanthropic Foundation Board of Governors.
DEC. 04
Educator, Innovator Andrew Montana Dies
Influential early CSUF faculty member succumbs after long fight with cancer.
NOVEMBER 2007
NOV. 30
Governor Names CSUF Doctoral Candidate Principal of the Year
Kurt Suhr's Newport Heights Elementary receives $10,000
NOV. 29
Internship Program Bolsters Teacher Ranks
Cal State Fullerton Aids Commission on Teacher Credentialing
NOV. 27
Cal State Fullerton University Police Receive National Accreditation
Cal State Fullerton’s University Police Department has been reaccredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc.
NOV. 27
CSUF Students’ Design for Santa Ana River Parkway to Be Unveiled
A presentation by Cal State Fullerton students of their proposed design for the Santa Ana River Parkway will be made Wednesday at the district office of state Sen. Lou Correa on November 28.
NOV. 26
CSUF Among Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools
Cal State Fullerton’s College of Business and Economics has been included in the 2008 edition of Princeton Review’s “Best 290 Business Schools.”
NOV. 16
Shirim Klezmer Orchestra in Klezmer Nutcracker
Shirim celebrates Hanukah with music from the traditional Eastern European celebration of the holiday, and with music that could only have arisen in the 20th-century melting pot of America.
NOV. 15
Jazz Pianist Bill Cunliffe
Grammy nominated composer, arranger and jazz pianist Bill Cunliffe to perform Dec. 1.
NOV. 14
Fall Dance Theatre
This year’s CSUF Fall Dance Theatre  includes many pieces of modern, as well as contemporary, dance and features works from guest artists.
NOV. 13
CSUF Hosts California World History Association Conference Nov. 16-17
Noted historians deliver keynote addresses
NOV. 8
Physics of Cancer: Electrons, Both Cause and Cure
CSUF professor to discuss electrons role in cancer Nov. 15.
NOV. 8
Nanotechnologies Invading Electronics
CSUF talk focuses on advances in both fields
NOV. 8
Nixon Scholar Harry Jeffrey of Cal State Fullerton Dies
Harry P. Jeffrey, emeritus associate professor of history at Cal State Fullerton, described as always ready to tell a funny political tale, died Nov. 4. He was 70.
NOV. 7
"Flightless" Soars Over Competition
Student's animated sShort captures Best In Show at CSU Media Arts Festival.
NOV. 7
Mergers and Acquisitions Subject of Nov. 16 CSUF Progam
Program designed specifically for bankers and brokers
NOV. 6
Founder of Continuing Learning Experience at CSUF Dies at 102
Leo Shapiro, founding president of Continuing Learning Experience (CLE) at Cal State Fullerton, where he also spearheaded the fundraising drive to build the university’s Ruby Gerontology Center, has died.
NOV. 6
College of Business Hosts Professor for a Day
Business leaders to share their insights Nov. 8 with college students.
NOV. 6
Global Diplomacy Summit Nov. 15 at Cal State Fullerton
Austrian Ambassador to Belgium and NATO to discuss role of diplomacy.
NOV. 5
Veterans of Korean War to Be Honored Nov. 10 at Cal State Fullerton
Latino Advocates for Education joins with CSUF for commemoration.
NOV. 5
Journeying Inside Vietnamese American Filmmaking
Six filmmakers to gather Nov. 11 in Garden Grove to discuss Viet film wave.
NOV. 2
Campus Sustainability Addressed Nov. 5-6 at Cal State Fullerton
Going beyond 'green' to fuse social, economic, environmental dimensions
NOV. 2
History of Water in Orange County
Nov. 7 seminar examines how looking back in the past may help the future of the region's water resources.
NOV. 2
Faculty Members Face-off Nov. 6 on Politics
"Election 2008" subject of noontime exchange between CSUF faculty.
NOV. 2
Student Groups Host Nov. 7 Rally Against Hate
Because any hate crime is too many, members of the Association of InterCultural Awareness (AICA), Associated Students Inc. and 23 other student clubs are sponsoring the second annual Rally Against Hate.
NOV. 1
Hispanic Education Endowment Fund Bestows Award Nov. 2
Cal State Fullerton alumni among Apple of Gold Honoree.

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