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Awards & Honors
Updated: November 19, 2004
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Students Win Scholarships to Study Math, Engineering and Computer Science
Five community college transfer students currently in their first year at Cal State Fullerton have been awarded scholarships through a National Science Foundation program.
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Hispanic students

Grant Awarded to Enhance Programs For Hispanic Students
Funding will be used to assess how Hispanics in O.C. feel about CSUF, and direct more attention on helping Hispanic students succeed in their studies.

mathematics

Grant Multiplies Possibilities For GEAR UP Students
Funding to support Project MISS (Mathematics, Intensive Summer Session) program.

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Gifts Support Programs, Scholarships
Several gifts to benefit students by supporting colleges, departments, programs and priorities.



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Cal State Fullerton Police Recieve National Accreditation
Cal State Fullerton's University Police Department has been reaccredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc.

Student Leader Selected for Regional Honor
Student union president to be honored Oct. 29 with the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Western Regional Undergraduate Rising Star Award.

ROTC Student Awarded Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement
William Golembiewski received award in recognition of scholastic excellence in military and academic subjects, as well as for leadership skills.

Communications Lecturer Receives Distinguished Service Award
From Public Relations Society of America

David Gaschen received the Distinguished Service Award – the society’s highest honor to an individual.

Faculty Leadership in Collegial Governace Award Presented to Longtime Professor and Campus Leader
Political science professor recognized for her involvement with faculty in the areas of shared governance and peer review.

Titan Alumna Wins National Competition
CSUF graduate wins poster competition on proteins and enzymes related to making starch and glycogen that have applications in agriculture and industry.
Four Titans Win Edison International Scholarships
Future teachers are recipients of the 2004-05 Edison International Teachers for Tomorrow Scholarships.
A Pair of Honors for a Cal State Fullerton Leader
Silas H. Abrego, associate vice president for student affairs, honored with two awards.

Exemplary Teacher Named Cal State Fullerton Outstanding Professor
Richard Wiseman, professor of human communication studies is this year's recipient of the Outstanding Professor Award–the highest campus honor awarded to a faculty member.

Geologist Receives Grants to Study State's Groundwater
Grants use to study health of groundwater in two Sothern California regions. Students receive opportunity for real-life research.

University Honored for Educational Efforts
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities awards CSUF for "extraordinary efforts and success."

California Rural Assistance League Honors Professor
Isaac Cardenas, chair of the Chicana and Chicano Studies Department honored recently with Educator Award.

Study of Treatments for Premature Babies Wins Statewide Research Award
Mathematics student winning entry: a mathematical modeling project involving the treatment of premature babies who have neonatal jaundice.




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