Dash Literary Journal Focus Is on Short, Emphatic Expression
Cal State Fullerton's student-run literary journal, Dash, seeks to enhance communication with a 'dash' of "short, emphatic expression." "Dash has found its niche with short item," explained Stephen Westbrook, associate professor of English, comparative literature and... Read more.
Making Her Mark in Washington D.C.
Yareli Mendoza entered a different world when she flew to Washington, D.C., to begin an internship with the Department of Veterans Affairs' Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. For the senior political science major, it was the first time she had visited the nation's capital, and she was eager to experience it all.
Burgtorf Named VP
Jochen Burgtorf, professor of history, was installed as vice president of the Phi Alpha Theta executive board during the national history honor society's Biennial Convention in Albuquerque, N.M. Burgtorf, a member of the campus community since 2001, serves as chair of the University's History Department as well as adviser of the Cal State Fullerton... Read More.
Designing Her Career
Martha Webber, assistant professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics, started college earning a degree in fashion design, but soon learned she wanted to do more. "I found myself at any spare moment, reading at work, and knew I wasn't finished with learning," said Webber... Read More.
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