2005 | 2006

January/February 2006

Katrina Survivors
Psychology student plans to become counselor
Artist makes a new home on campus

Cal State Fullerton to launch 'Cal State D.C.' Program
Summer internship program enables students to learn more about how the legislative and executive branches of government operate.

Campus appearance continues to change
Construction on a new south entrance to campus and the new College of Business and Economics building will alter the campus layout.

Facing disaster head-on subject of lecture series
Three-part series is set to kick off Feb. 22

Archaeology faculty member studies the Olmec's trade networks
Bitumen samples help anthropology professor Carl J. Wendt analyze ancient civilization.

Associate professor receives honor at Aga Khan University
Paula Herberg was given the title of professor emeritus from Aga Khan University in Pakistan.

Flying Samaritans opens chapter on campus
A new student organization is providing students of all majors and backgrounds with the opportunity to volunteer in Mexico

Educational leadership professor to collaborate with Vietnam in educational leadership
Linda Orozco recently presented in Vietnam and began discussions regarding mutually supportive projects between CSUF and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization.

Proposed state budget calls for eliminating fee increases
The Governor's approval of new revenue for the Cal State University system offers financial relief to students and the Universitys.

South Africa and apartheid are used as a lesson in political dynamics
Sociology professor Alan L. Emery uses personal experiences to help shape apartheid teachings.

Business professor explores education and career success
Sharon L. Purkiss is researching how wages relate to educational background.

Program puts future teachers on the fast track
Streamlined education program is helping students earn their degrees quicker.

Stories of hope and civic renewal
Community members continued a dialogue discussing the needs and concerns of West Fullerton residents.

Professor receives ethnic history award
For his contributions to chronicling Southern California’s ethnic history, emeritus professor of history Lawrence B. de Graaf, has won an award from the Los Angeles City Historical Society.

Campus welcomes more than 32,000 students for spring
CSUF opens semester with record spring enrollment.

Business fundraising campaign continues to receive support
Pledges continue to pour in for Mihaylo Hall fundraiser.

Student works highlight Performing Arts Gala activities
William Larsen was one of several students whose publicity poster helped announce the Performing Arts Center opening.

"Beyond the Dream"
A special report on the new Performing Arts Center

Kaye travels to Columbia to explore indigenous language
Alan Kaye, professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics, is spending the holiday break and intersession 'south of the border.'

CSUF executive receives Civil Rights Award
For his contributions to human rights, Donald S. Castro was awarded a Civil Rights Award from the California Association of Human Relations Organization.

American Studies faculty member is dissertation award finalist
Carrie Lane Chet was one of five finalists for the American Studies Association’s Ralph Henry Gabriel Dissertation Prize for 2005.

Technology Summit for business leaders and educators
CSUF is partnering with Assemblywoman Lynn Daucher Jan. 20, for a Technology Summit, for planning future technology education in the OC.

Cal State Fullerton honors teachers
Two OC teachers and alumni share honor of College of Education Titan Education Excellence Award.


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