2005 | 2006

March 2006

Documentary of Japanese american hero shows April 11
"Citizen Tanouye" chronicles the bravery of Japanese American soldier's bravery in Italy.

Arboretum to dedicate new visitor center
The Fullerton Arboretum's new Visitor Center, a $2.28 million structure that won an award for its "green" design, was dedicated on March 21st.

Cal State Fullerton renews lease for its Irvine campus
The Irvine Campus will continue to offer classes under a renewed lease extending through June 2007.

Center has new name, same goal: Keeping kids healthy
Center for the Promotion of Healthy Lifestyles and Obesity Prevention presses on to help create a healthier community.
Obesity Conference set for April 13

Census shows increase in spring students
Enrollment numbers are up, close to 300 over last spring’s number.

Management professor to explore: Are Chinese workers experiencing stress?
B. Thomas Mayes travels to Asia to study how Chinese workers are handling new challenges.

American Indian baskets on display through June 23
A student curated display, showcased in the Anthropology Teaching Museum, will investigate the use of baskets in Native American cultures.

Women’s month showcases achievements and challenges
Competition, health issues and civil rights are among highlighted topics of discussion this Women’s History Month.

Women’s basketball coach reflects on career, milestone achievment
Maryalyce Jeremiah looks back over her 25-year career, marked by her 400th game win.

Blind student takes flight, showcases Fullerton Airport
Shelley Alongi enjoys flying and wants everyone to know about the Fullerton Municipal Airport.

Campus authors recognized at annual awards luncheon
At a luncheon last week, 37 authors and editors from Cal State Fullerton were honored for their published works.

College of Business and Economics salutes alumni business leaders
Three CSUF alumni who have made their mark in their respective fields were honored Feb. 28 during the College of Business and Economics’ annual "Salute to Business Leaders" day.

Dean Samuelson awarded
For his role in the creation of the new Performing Arts Center, Jerry Samuelson, dean of the College of the Arts, was awarded Educator of the Year by the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce.

ECS Assistant Dean Honored for Work Helping Students
Lisa Jones was honored by the American Society of Civil Engineers with its Distinguished Educator Award.

NCAA Progress Report Released
A NCAA report on academic progress's focus is on student-athlete eligibility and graduation.

ECS Dean Honored
Raman Unnikrishnan, dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science, was honored by his alma mater with the 2006 Missouri Honor Award for Distinguished Service in Engineering.

A global look at ancient Persia
A seminar on March 18th, offers insight on current activities in Iraq by examining its history.

CSUF to offer doctorate in education
Cal State Fullerton to be among first group of CSU campuses to offer a doctoral program in education.

Bobby Brown makes NABC All-District Second Team
Cal State Fullerton junior point guard Bobby Brown was selected last month to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division I All-District 11 second team.

Communications dean elected to state organization
Rick Pullen was recently elected vice president of the California First Amendment Coalition (CFAC).

Professor travels world to discuss benefits of resource management, pollution controls
Economist Morteza Rahmatian assists United Nations and foreign countries in oversees studies.

CSUF curbing California's nursing shortage
New masters program is in the works.

Psychology professor studies association between sex drive and attraction
Richard A. Lippa’s findings suggest that same-sex attraction is more common in women than men.

The Baby Boomer generation: What's next?
Pauline Abbott discusses retirement and other issues facing today’s baby boomers.

University honors emeritus' contributions
McCarthy Hall conference room named after Giles T. Brown.

Digital storytelling workshop lets students tell their story
Workshop helps Guardian Scholars heal.

Evolutionary genetics lecture set for May 2
Francisco J. Ayala will present “Darwin’s Greatest Discovery: Design Without Designer"

Symposium focuses on women
Philosophy professors will analyze works of Judith Butler and Simone De Beauvoir.


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