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OCTOBER 2007
OCT. 30
Cal State Fullerton Enrollment Reaches New High
Student population climbs to more than 37,000.
OCT. 28
CSUF Hosts Oct. 29 Forum on Conditions of O.C. Children
More children are living in poverty, and gang membership has spiked for youngsters, ages 8 to 17, according to the 13th annual Report on the Conditions of Children in Orange County.
OCT. 24
An Evening of One Acts
Original one act plays include 'The Players Game,' ' Mass X Acceleration,' ' Cinderella After,' 'Punishment,' and 'Fae in the Forest.'
OCT. 24
Ricardo Iznaola, guitar
Award-winning performer and composer to perform Nov. 16.
OCT. 24
The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
Quartet to perform with University Symphony Orchestra, Nov. 17.
OCT. 23
The Past and the Future: Dry
Southern California has suffered and could see more mega-droughts.
OCT. 23
CSUF Irvine Campus Resumes Classes Today
Cal State Fullerton has reopened its Irvine Campus, and classes are in session.
OCT. 19
Six Business Leaders Join Cal State Fullerton Executive Council
Members advise dean of College of Business and Economics
OCT. 19
Spirituality and Health Care
14th Annual Religious Diversity Forum Nov. 3 at Cal State Fullerton
OCT. 19
Pacific Symphony, Carl St. Clair, conductor
The Pacific Symphony, Pacific Chorale and world-class soloists to perform Nov. 11.
OCT. 18
Reading Little Saigon
Vietnamese American authors read from their works.
OCT. 18
Kresge Foundation Grant Bolsters CSUF Business Campaign
Cal State Fullerton has been awarded a $500,000 Kresge Foundation grant to be used toward the construction of Steven G. Mihaylo Hall, the future home of the university’s College of Business and Economics.
OCT. 18
Powerful New Machine Eyes Electrons
NSF funds purchase of an electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometer
OCT. 18
Grant Thornton Sponsors CSUF Seminar
“How Globalization and a Changing Workplace Are Affecting the Accounting Profession” is the subject of an Nov. 1 seminar hosted by Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance and sponsored by Grant Thornton LLP.
OCT. 18
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Performance focuses on two small and often forgotten characters from Shakespeare’s classic Hamlet, as they try to sort out the mysteries of where they are going, what they are doing in Elsinore, and even who they are.
OCT. 16
Power Up: Executive Management Workshop Offered at CSUF
Business owners, managers and other key personnel can learn new skills and techniques to enhance corporate performance and growth at management workshop on Oct. 23.
OCT. 16
CSUF Parking Structure Receives Award
Cal State Fullerton’s Nutwood Parking Structure and architects, AC Martin Partners, have been honored with an award of merit from the Orange County chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
OCT. 15
Flower's Extracts Can Fight Cancerous Tumors
Student researcher to give Oct. 30 talk on Madagascar Periwinkle.
OCT. 12
Free CSUF Conference Oct. 20 on Domestic Violence, Gender Issues
The ninth annual Family Violence Prevention Conference — designed to challenge the audience’s perception of women and men, and how media messages are used to endorse violence in relationships — will be presented Oct. 20.
OCT. 12
CSUF Real Estate and Land Use Institute Hosts Nov. 1
Public forum on zoning and Anaheim’s Disney Resort.
OCT. 12
Baritone James Martin Schaefer
Schaefer to perform with the Cal State Fullerton Chamber Choir and University Singers, Oct. 27.
OCT. 11
Domestic Departures
Domestic Departures features eight contemporary female artists, together with special guest artist William Kentridge, whose works seek to redefine domestic environments, settings and spaces, while leading the viewer into foreign and unexpected territories.
OCT. 10
Why Do Chickens Grow Feathers Where They Do?
Chen Ming Chuong, a USC researcher studying the stem cells that create feathers and how it may lead to insight on human organ regeneration, will discuss the subject Oct. 17 in a free, public lecture.
OCT. 9
Where Are We Going Economically?
Inflation, housing and employment are just a few of the issues to be discussed Monday, Oct. 22, during the 2008 Economic Forecast Conference presented by Cal State Fullerton’s College of Business and Economics and the Orange County Business Council.
OCT. 9
Kishin Daiko Taiko Group
Kishin Daiko to entertain, educate and enlighten audiences with dynamic, powerful and earth-shaking sounds of Japanese taiko drumming, Nov. 2.
OCT. 9
Philippe Villa, Guitar
French guitarist Philippe Villa to perform Oct. 26.
OCT. 5
Symphonic Spooktacular with Navah Perlman, piano
Perlman to perform with the University Symphony Orchestra. Oct. 21.
OCT. 5
Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
Set in September 1975, 'Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean' features a group of women gathering in an antiquated old dime store to commemorate the 20th anniversary of James Dean's death, Oct. 19 - Nov. 4.
OCT. 5
Mother Courage
Considered to be the epitome of Brecht’s Epic Theatre, Mother Courage is a major play of the western theatrical canon, and David Hare’s translation preserves the bitter truth and comedy of the original script.
OCT. 4
Reducing the Effects of Global Warming in Southern California
Patrick J. Michaels, senior fellow in environmental studies at the Cato Institute, will provide a lively discussion on reducing the effects of global warming in a public lecture Tuesday, Oct. 16.
OCT. 3
12 Students Welcomed as Newest Class of Guardian Scholars
Cal State Fullerton program supports emancipated foster youth.
OCT. 2
‘Tough Questions About Social Security’
Cal State Fullerton Center for Insurance studies hosts talk, Oct. 15.
SEPTEMBER 2007
SEPT. 27
Promoting Diversity
Cal State Fullerton and Howard University agreement brings predoctoral fellows to CSUF to teach.
SEPT. 26
Can Students Meet the $1 Million Challenge?
Cal State Fullerton invites southland schools to participate.
SEPT. 25
Stock Market Simulation Offered to High School Students
Cal State Fullerton challenges teens to boost their economic literacy.
SEPT. 24
2007-2008 Theatre and Dance Season
The 10-show 2007-08 Cal State Fullerton Theatre and Dance season includes: Mother Courage, Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean; Rosencratz and Guildenstean Are Dead; Fall Dance Theatre; I Married Wyatt Earp; A Midsummer Night's Dream; As It Is In Heaven; City of Angels; Night of the Iguana; and Spring Dance Theatre.
SEPT. 21
Stela Dinkova, Bulgarian Guitarist
Bulgarian guitarist to perform Friday, Sept. 28.
SEPT. 21
The Paul Bailey Ensemble and Real Quiet
Bands perform in a shared contemporary new-music concert.
SEPT. 21
Mural Depicts Champions of Civil Right, Educational Equity
Unveiling Tuesday at Cal State Fullerton's Titan Student Union.
SEPT. 21
OLLI Presents Cornucopia of Free Fall Offerings
Topics of public lectures at CSUF span aging, medicine, and politics.
SEPT. 20
CSUF Engineering Professor to Tutor the Experts
Mohinder Grewal, professor of electrical engineering at Cal State Fullerton, will give two tutorials in Texas this month related to satellite-based navigation and positioning.
SEPT. 20
Celebrating Vietnamese America Since 1975
CSUF to host 'Exit Saigon, Enter Little Saigon.'
SEPT. 17
CSUF Graduate Student Is First Recipient of $6,000 CSU Award
Vietnamese immigrant wants to help abused and neglected children.
SEPT. 13
'A World of Puppets: Expressions of Culture'
New exhibit opens in CSUF Anthropology Teaching Museum.
SEPT. 11
Taking the 'King' Out of Software Development
New, faster collaborative method to be discussed at Sept. 20 Technology Breakfast.
SEPT. 06
Geology 'Giant' John D. Cooper Dies
Cal State Fullerton professor had retired, yet still followed his passions.
SEPT. 06
CSUF Associate VP Named Treasurer for National Group
Association of University Architects elects Jay Bond of Yorba Linda.
SEPT. 05
Cal State Fullerton Sociology Professor Gangadharappa Nanjundappa Dies at 67
Nanjundappa was president of California Faculty Association's CSUF Chapter.

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