2013 Conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
While attending the 2013 Conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Interim Dean Sheryl Fontaine and Dr. Emily Bonney of Liberal Studies, joined President García, Chancellor Timothy White and CSU Fullerton alumni at the CSU Alumni reception in Chicago.
CSUF Awarded $295,000 USDA Grant
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded Cal State Fullerton an additional $295,000 grant to support the Urban-Agriculture Community-Based Research Experience (U-ACRE) project, directed by Sara E. Johnson, professor of anthropology. The grant continues the project, originally launched in 2011.... Read More.
From Combat to CSU Award
For TJ Reynolds '13 (B.A. English), who grew up poor in Mountain Ranch, a town of 2,000 people where the nearest university was more than 70 miles away, college was a distant thought. “My family struggled financially,” he said. “We were forced to use public welfare during the hard years. So, when it came.... Read More.
Archaeologist’s Olmec Research on Exhibit In Mexico
Carl J. Wendt, associate professor of anthropology, unveiled an exhibit on the ancient Olmec civilization Aug. 8 at the Museo de Antropología de Xalapa in Mexico. The exhibit is drawn from Wendt’s Olmec research, an ongoing project funded by a $248,907 National Science Foundation grant.... Read More.
Faculty Conducting Summer Research
Gordon Morris Bakken, emeritus professor of history, has a busy summer ahead researching the agricultural revolution in Montana's late 19th century Gallatin Valley, finishing “A Buck in the Truck: Conservation, Outfitters, and the Law and Politics of Big Game Hunting in the American West” for the University of New Mexico... Read More.
Poll: Community Supports Vietnamese Programs
Cal State Fullerton's "Vietnamese Community Education Night" drew 200 people in Garden Grove July 17 to hear educators, elected officials and members of the Vietnamese American Education Advisory Council speak at length of the development of CSUF's Vietnamese language and teaching programs.
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