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2001- 2002 Archive
DEC.05.02   Faculty Keeps Tabs on Community Issues
Several studies investigate how O.C. feels about the economy, government and recent events.[ Full Story ]
     
DEC.05.02   Economist Calculating Community College Success Equation
Economist puts the wide range of services that community colleges offer under the microscope to determine if they are fulfilling their missions.[ Full Story ]
     
DEC.05.02   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. [ Full Story ]
     
NOV.19.02   Researchers Investigate the Monetary Habits of Orange County's Hispanic Community
Economists estimate 40 percent of O.C.'s Hispanic population bypasses bank to pay bills and make purchases in cash.[ Full Story ]
     
NOV.14.02   Engineering Professor Developing Methods for Lunar Home Repair
NASA awards grant to study possible use of composite materials to repair structures that will be used on the moon.[ Full Story ]
     
NOV.14.02   History Professor Seeks Quality Student Learning
Educators study ways to improve quality of undergraduate education.[ Full Story ]
     
OCT.03.02   Eating Bats in Guam Can Be Hazardous to Your Health
Professor of biological science, Sandra A. Banack, is collaborating with the National Tropical Botanical garden on research aimed to link the consumption of flying foxes by Guam's Chamorro population to a neurological disease. [ Full Story ]
     
OCT.03.02   Program to Develop Future Environmental Biologists
Cal State Fullerton is making its own contribution to environmental care by launching a program that will develop a new generation of environmental biologists and ecologists. [ Full Story ]
     
SEP 05.02   Newest Research and Treatment of Medical Issues Covered in 'Advances in Medicine' Lecture Series
“Advances in Medicine” will feature physicians and medical professionals discussing some of today's most topical issues in the area of healthy aging. Presented by Continuing Learning Experience (CLE), the lecture series is sponsored by CLE and the UCI Geriatric Resource Center. [ Full Story ]
     
JAN.03.02 Environmental Economists Study Benefits of Reduced Pollution
Cal State Fullerton's Jane Hall and Victor Brajer, nationally recognized experts on environmental economics, were recently awarded a $22,000 California Air Resources Board contract to estimate what the economic gains have been in terms of the improved health of the region's K-12 children. [ Full Story ]
     
DEC.04.01   County Residents Find Terrorist & Other Threats Lower to O.C. Than to Nation
Eight out of 10 O.C. residents surveyed in the November Cal State Fullerton Center for Public Policy/Orange County Business Council survey viewed international terrorism as a major threat to the United States. However, just under half of the survey respondents said that international terrorism was a major threat here at home in Orange County.[ Full Story ]
     
NOV.30.01   Cal State Fullerton Conducts Study of Santa Ana River
The Santa Ana River Bibliography Project to include literature about the river's basin and its Riverside, Orange and San Bernardino county tributaries. Geography, human water use and development, environmental issues, natural and human disasters, artistic expressions about the river and legal issues will also be covered.[ Full Story ]
     
NOV.01.01   Research to Examine Television's Influence on Teens
The impact of television on adolescents' sexual behavior is the focus of a multiyear research effort funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. [ Full Story ]
     
AUG.03.01   Orange County Marine Fossils May Yield Scientific Bonanza
A treasure trove of marine fossils uncovered during excavations for a golf course in south Orange County will be examined by top scientific experts. The collection consists of nearly 300 specimens of marine vertebrate and some invertebrate fossils more than 10 million years old.[ Full Story ]
     
JUN.07.01   CSUF Study Explores Cause of State's Housing Shortage
A new study of California's housing affordability and availability notes that where economic growth is strongest, the shortage of housing for low- and medium-income earners is most acute.[ Full Story ]


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