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University News

Updated: December 16, 2004

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El Toro Campus

El Toro Campus: Bidding to Begin in January
The bidding is set to begin on the four parcels of land that are the closed El Toro Marine Corp Air Station. Successful bidder is expected to be chosen in spring 2005.
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Spring enrollment

CSUF Invites Application for Spring 2005
Study shows CSU and its 23 campuses created a total annual economic impact of $53B in spending, 527,000 jobs and $3.11B in tax revenue for state and local government.

Extreme Makeover

‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ Films
Tribute to Student Rodney Anderson

The Titan Gym was filled with more than 1,500 who gathered Dec. 8 to salute Rodney Anderson, a Cal State Fullerton student and former Titan basketball player.

CSU Economic Impact

CSU Impact Study Released
Study shows CSU and its 23 campuses created a total annual economic impact of $53B in spending, 527,000 jobs and $3.11B in tax revenue for state and local government.


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Campus Institutes Plus/Minus Grading for Spring
New system could offer students more incentive to achieve higher grades.

Students to Develop Peace Plan For Arab-Israeli Conflict Course
History students examines their own family immigration history and how it connects with land dispute in the middle east.

Foundation to Change Name To Reflect Its Relationship to University
In January, the University Advancement Foundation will become known as the Cal State Fullerton Philanthropic Foundation.

Students to Attend Latino Leadership Institute
Five Cal State Fullerton students have been awarded CSUF university scholarships to attend this year’s Latina/Latino College Leadership Institute.

Trustees Approve Fee Increases in Proposed Budget
Fee for undergraduates will increase by 8 percent while graduates student fees will increase by 10 percent.

Women's Largesse Recognized by Campus Group
Women & Philanthropy to recognize women as major donors and leaders on campus.

Engineer Designs Sprinkler Nozzle That Avoids Water Runoff and Waste
The nozzle, which fits in standard sprinklers, can be adjusted to spray from 4 to 12 feet and can spray, at varying distances, in up to six different directions. A patent is pending on the nozzle.

Math Enhancement Program to Increasing Ranks of Science Degree-Holders
Program established to increase the number of underrepresented students earning degrees in science, engineering, computer science and math has begun its third five-year cycle at Cal State Fullerton.

University Police Now Trained and Armed with Tasers
Campus officers now carry nonlethal weapon that can reduce risk of injury.

Additional Land Purchased for Faculty/Staff Housing
Plans call for constructing about 44 homes and townhomes on the property of the Fullerton Elks Lodge.

Campus Committee Delves Into Faculty Retention and Promotion
To promote retention, junior faculty members will receive support with course release time and increase in research grant funding.

Students to Develop Peace Plan For Arab-Israeli Conflict Course
History students examines their own family immigration history and how it connects with land dispute in the middle east.

10th Consecutive Fall Enrollment Increase Posted at Cal State Fullerton
CSUF welcomed a record 32,744 students this fall. Steady enrollment growth over the course of 10 consecutive fall semesters shows the continuing popularity of the university with area students.

College of the Arts Get High Marks for Hispanic Majors
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education ranks CSUF third in top-25 list of universities for number of Hispanic students graduating with degrees in fine arts and arts studies.

Family Foundations Contribute to Guardian Scholars
Two gifts totaling $100K awarded to Guardian Scholars Program.

Cal State Fullerton Establishes Eighth College, Names Acting Dean
Ashley L. Bishop named new acting dean of the College of Education.

CSUF Electrical Engineering Professor Named NASA Fellow
Electrical engineering professor will conduct research at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., for 12 months.

Inaugural Class of Students From Collaborative Program To Graduate at Hong Kong University
Joint program allows students based in Hong Kong to receive a master’s degree in communications from Cal State Fullerton.

Alumnus Pledges $3 Million to College of Business and Economics
In recognition of a graduate's generosity, CSU trustees approved the naming of the university’s future business building Steven G. Mihaylo Hall.

PRBC Works for Campus Fiscal Well-Being
Planning, Resource and Budget Committee a key forum for campus discussions to help shape budget decisions ultimately made by university president.


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