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2003 Archive

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER
NOV.20.03 Treasures From the Roof of the World
Professor helps museum in exhibiting Tibetan treasures.
   
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER
OCT.23.03 Hiking to the Top of Mount Whitney All in a Day's Work for Profs
Avid runners hiked 11 miles to top of mountain in a grueling four hour trek.
   
OCT.23.03 A Professor Provides His Perspectives On the Ever-Evolving News Industry
Communications professor Fellow comments on media coverage of the Iraq war.
   
OCT.22.03 Giant Step: Walk Marks Alumna's Birthday-and Trail Recognition
Confronting her 40th birthday his year, alumna celebrated in a grand gesture by walking from Oregon to Mexico.
   
OCT.20.03 Tony-Nominated Titan Brings 'Kabul' to L.A.
Alumna prepares for one of her toughest role in "Homebody/Kabul".
   
OCT.20.03 Fullerton Fulbright Duo
Campus members have participated widely in the Fulbright program for the promotion of international understanding.
   
OCT.20.03 Hot Job: Desert-Loving Biologist Calls Zzyzx Home
Alumnus becomes first manager of Desert Studies Center at Zzyzx.
   
OCT.20.03 Seven-Year Stretch
Author and alumnus, David Ferrell, chronicles the trials of publishing his serial-killer baseball mystery, Screwball.
   
OCT.20.03 Bold and Beautiful: Popp Goes a Whole New Direction
Director and alumna, Cynthia Popp, talks about her experience on the sets of "Bold and Beautiful" and "Frasier".
   
OCT.20.03 Historian Buffing Up
Alumnus Considers County Archivist a Dream Job
   
OCT.09.03 Building Marshals Work to Make Campus Safe
Donning bright orange vests, building marshals assist with the safe evacuation of campus buildings.
   
SEP.26.03 Student Invited to Turkey on Human Rights
Philosophy student Harold Morales traveled to Istanbul as part of the inaugural student session at the 21st World Congress of Philosophy.
   
SEP.25.03 Robert Michaels: Electricity Woes to Dog Golden State
With the recent power outages on the East Coast reminding Californians of the 2001 power crisis, Robert Micheals, an the electrical industry expert, discusses what the state has learned rom the rolling blackouts two years ago.
   
SEP.11.03 Raphael Sonenshein: Recall and Election Attracts Spotlight
Political scientist Raphael Sonenshein receives numerous requests from national media outlets such as CNN, National Public Radio, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times and others for his insight and analyses on the upcoming recall vote.
   
JULY - AUGUST
AUG.28.03 Information Technology Eyes Issue of Illegal File Sharing
This summer the music industry made a move against individuals and Internet service providers that “share” copyrighted music over peer-to- peer networks. Dick Bednar, senior director of I.T. talks about what effect this action may have on campus.
   
AUG.28.03 Tucker Wildlife to Open With New Leadership
The 12-acre nature preserve operated by Cal State Fullerton in rustic Modjeska Canyon, is undergoing both a renaissance in management and a restoration of facilities.
   
AUG.25.03 New Director Named for Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary
Karon Cornell, director of community relations for CSUF for past three years, has been named director of the sanctuary.
   
AUG.07.03 2003-04 Alumni Association Board of Directors Announced
Orange resident Annette Feliciani named new president of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. She is president of AEF Systems Consulting Inc.
   
JUL.03.03 Emeritus Admissions Dean Dead at 75
Ralph E. Bigelow, emeritus dean of admissions and former musical director died June 26 of an aneurysm.
   
MAY - JUNE
JUN.24.03 Computer Science Lecturer Dies in Bicycle Accident
Alumnus and lecturer struck by a car in Santa Barbara while on a 23-state bike tour.
   
JUN.19.03 Former Outstanding Professor Glenn Nagel Dead at 59
"Nagel helped the biochemistry program grow, eventually seeing the department renamed to Chemistry and Biochemistry."
   
JUN.19.03 Bob Burton Named Men's Basketball Coach
Veteran community college coach hired to build winning program at CSUF.
   
JUN.19.03 NASA Fellow To Examine Grant Possibilities
Williams hoping to challenge local area students to consider careers in engineering, science and aerospace.
   
JUN.19.03 Campus Honors Staff Member For Extraordinary Sevice
Erika Bakken named Outstanding Staff Employee for 2003.
   
JUN.05.03 Leon Gilbert Re-elected to Lead Cal State Fullerton's Academic Senate
Gilbert to serve through 2004. Notes state budget and its ramifications for the university will be a continuing concern.
   
JUN.03.03 War and Words: Researcher Looks at Free Speech and Information Control
[People]
Communications professor, Nancy Snow, explores information manipulation.
   
JUN.03.03 U.K. Alumna's Proven Cool in a Crisis
[People]
Jan Shawe helps major companies deal with the unexpected.
   
JUN.03.03 Meet the Beatles
[People]
Alumnus leads magical mystery tour.
   
JUN.03.03 Alumna Works Double Time on TV
[People]
Multilingual skills help her on both sides of the camera.
   
MAY.29.03 Largest Class of Guardian Scholars to Graduate
Leaving the foster care system behind and struggling through adulthood without families or many safety nets, seven graduating scholars receive recognition for their academic accomplishments.
   
MAY.23.03 "Ohio Jim"
Alumnus probes the mysteries of Ancient Egypt as one of the nation's foremost expert in archaeological geology.
   
MAY.21.03 Honoring the University's Oldest Graduating Senior
For decades sixty eight-year-old woman has put her children's education first. Now it's her turn.
   
MAY.08.03 Scientist Works to Protect Our Coastal Marine Ecosystems
In 31 years, marine biologist's expertise has led him to be sought after by grad students and his nomination to a federal advisory committee.
   
MAY.08.03 Rob Fulton: Holding One of the Most Unusual Position at CSUF
For 17 years, Rob Fulton has lived in the eastern Mojave Desert as the Desert Studies Center's resident manager. What drove this man to the desert?
   
MARCH - APRIL
APR.24.03 Professor Explores the Asian-American Experience
As society continues to be diverse, Asian American studies professor sees ethnic studies becoming more commonplace.
   
APR.10.03 Literary Scholar Willis McNelly Dead at 82
An internationally recognized scholar and authority on the writings of Chaucer, Eliot, Joyce, Shakespeare and Yeats, McNelly was best known for his pioneering efforts to win acceptance of science fiction as a serious form of modern literature.
   
MAR.27.03 Nursing Faculty Member Offers Guidance in Kabul
Professor returns to Kabul, Afghanistan to help strengthen country's nursing health education system.
   
MAR.27.03 The United Kingdom Calls President's Scholar to Serve
Scholar becomes student embassador for British Council.
   
MAR.13.03 Marketing Honors Program Brings Students and Companies Together
Honors Networking Program gives marketing students opportunities to interact with corporate leaders and to learn what employers are seeking in future employees.
   
MAR.05.03 Memorial Set for University Wind Ensemble Founder, Benton Minor
Benton Minor, Professor Emeritus of Music and dedicated music educator for forty years, died February 25 of natural causes. He was 75.
   
JANUARY - FEBRUARY
   
FEB.27.03 Associate Professor Works to Aid Homeland Security
Professor works with law enforcement officials to devise a new information system that will link agencies' files.
   
FEB.27.03 Former Marine Returns to El Toro This Time as a College Student
Former Marine turned student helps faculty members compile photo history and information on military criminal justice.
   
FEB.27.03 Web Communicator Displays Her Artistic Side in Choral Performance
Winning awards and having fun drive Faris-Penn to make sweet music as member of a Sweet Adelines chorus.
   
FEB.27.03 Engineering a Career in Fullerton and the World
Mechanical engineering professor enjoys working with students, creating devices for people with physical handicaps and collecting apple-coring machines.
   
FEB.13.03 Big West Scholar Athletes of the Year Named
Men's soccer team captain and women's gymnast honored for athletic and academic accomplishments.
   
FEB.13.03 Gallery Director Provides Pleasures in the Great and the Small
Director Chiang creates an environment that has attracted unique collections, international participation and promising new artists to university.
   
FEB.07.03 Cal State Fullerton Loses an American Historian
University mourns the passing of Clark Davis, 36, associate professor of history and vice chair of the History Department.
   
JAN.31.03 National Scholarship Recipient to Study in Australia
Business administrations student recieves Gillman Scholarship and will fulfill her goal by traveling to Australia to attend Queensland University of Technology.
   
JAN.30.03 Murray Nominated to National Committee On Marine Protected Areas
Marine biologist joins committee to provide advice and recommendations to the secretaries of Commerce and Interior on Marine Portected Areas
   
JAN.30.03 There's Lots of Debate for These Professors
When two speech communication faculty members come together for an interview it promises to be a lively banter of information.

 

 

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