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In the Community
Updated: October 28, 2004
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Fullerton Arboretum Groundbreaking

Construction Ahead
Campus and community leaders and supporters gathered at the Fullerton Arboretum Oct. 21 for the long-anticipated groundbreaking of the visitors center, scheduled to debut August 2005. Among those taking part in the groundbreaking ceremony were, from left, Harry L. Norman, dean of University Extended Education; Mike Clesceri, mayor of Fullerton; Jim Kilponen, president of the Friends of the Fullerton Arboretum; Ephraim P. Smith, vice president for Academic Affairs; CSUF President Milton A. Gordon; and Gregory T. Dyment, direcotr of the Fullerton Arboretum.

Related: Arboretum Breaks Ground for Visitor Conference Center


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GEAR UP
GEAR UP Encourages Students to Go to College
Program advocates partnerships between colleges and middle schools in low-income communities to help raise expectations and ensure successful college entry.
CLE Members
CLE Members Volunteer to Show the Way at Titan Athletic Events
More than a dozen CLE members participate as ushers at varous athletics events.
Center for Community Collaboration
Center for Community Collaboration: A New Name, A New Outlook
Former children center expands focus on families and the elderly.

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Senior Legislative Breakfast Briefing Scheduled
Program will focus on the current legislative agenda proposed by the California Senior Legislature, as well as the California Master Plan on Aging presented by the California Commission on Aging. Briefing will also be a venue for showcasing activities of the Orange County Office on Aging.

Titan Student Union at Cal State Fullerton Offers Youth Bowling League
Games & Recreation, located in the Titan Student Union at Cal State Fullerton, is offering the “Have a Ball” youth bowling league open to children ages 4 to 16.

Assistant Professor Studies Meaning of August’s ‘La Bajada’
Among Salvadorans in Los Angeles

For the past three years, Jeanette Reedy Solano has been working on a film tracing the development of the La Bajada festival in Los Angeles

Building Bridges Between Cultures and Religions
Muslim scholars from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh to arrive on campus to learn more about Muslim life in Southern California.

Students Learn the Business of Community Service
Business writing students learn firsthand about the importance of community service and how it relates to the world of business.

Corporate Giving Subject of Study
O.C.'s companies see good business in giving back to community, according to recent survey.

Faculty Keep Tabs on Community Issues
Several studies investigate how O.C. feels about the economy, government and recent events.

Are Prevention Programs Working With Children?
Researcher reviewed effectiveness of drugs, alcohol and violence prevention programs on middle school youth and the found them wanting.

Educational Partnership Works Toward Increasing Opportunities for Latino Youth
Latino initiative received funding aimed at strengthening the educational pipeline and increasing opportunities for Latinos to enter and complete college.

CSUF Joins Hispanic Scholar Chapter Network
Campus is the latest and first in Southern California to join the emerging national scholar chapter network.

CSUF Has Multimillion-Dollar Impact on Region
University and its students generate $828.5 million of economic activity a year, according to the Economic Impact Report.

 

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