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Moot Court Teams Head to National Tournament Two of the three teams made it into the elimination rounds. In the brief writing portion of the competition, Titans Jamie Butts and Briana Flores won third overall on the respondent side, while Matheus Kanu and Daniel Kanu won 10th place.

Moot Court Teams Head to National Tournament

Two of the three teams made it into the elimination rounds. In the brief writing portion of the competition, Titans Jamie Butts and Briana Flores won third overall on the respondent side, while Matheus Kanu and Daniel Kanu won 10th place.

 
Creating a Pathway to Student Success This fall, 450 freshmen have signed up to take part in "Pathways to Success" — a pilot program that gives students an opportunity to focus some of their general education courses in four specialized areas: global studies; sustainability; food, health and well-being; or power and politics.

Creating a Pathway to Student Success

This fall, 450 freshmen have signed up to take part in "Pathways to Success" — a pilot program that gives students an opportunity to focus some of their general education courses in four specialized areas: global studies; sustainability; food, health and well-being; or power and politics.

 
Grant Supports Creation of Asian Languages Resource Center The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a $709,564 grant to support the development of a national resource center for Asian languages.

Grant Supports Creation of Asian Languages Resource Center

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a $709,564 grant to support the development of a national resource center for Asian languages.

 
Twelve New Guardian Scholars Arrive on Campus As classes resumed at Cal State Fullerton, an incoming group of 12 new Guardian Scholars was  welcomed to the campus. The Guardian Scholars program awards former foster youth a full scholarship to the University and provides additional assistance to help them succeed in their educational endeavors.

Twelve New Guardian Scholars Arrive on Campus

As classes resumed at Cal State Fullerton, an incoming group of 12 new Guardian Scholars was welcomed to the campus. The Guardian Scholars program awards former foster youth a full scholarship to the University and provides additional assistance to help them succeed in their educational endeavors.

 
H&SS held its first "New Connections Luncheon" Dr. June Pollak, Dr. Howard Seller, Dean Sheryl Fontaine, Dr. Nelson Woodard, Dr. George Pollak at H&SS’s New Connections Luncheon.

H&SS held its first "New Connections Luncheon"

Dr. June Pollak, Dr. Howard Seller, Dean Sheryl Fontaine, Dr. Nelson Woodard, Dr. George Pollak at H&SS’s New Connections Luncheon.

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The 3rd Annual Sustainability Symposium will be hosted on Thursday, April 16, 2015 in the Titan Student Union (TSU) Pavilions BC. There will be opportunities for CSUF faculty, students, and staff to give sustainability-related presentations, posters and exhibits. Sustainability is a very broad topic covering most academic disciplines and jobs. In fact, in our first two years, presentations have come from 30 different departments/units on campus. Sustainability involves living within the regenerative capacity of our planet and affects the quality of our experience here and now. This year, our theme will be social justice. Presentations and posters on any sustainability topics shall show how the topic is connected to social justice. To participate in this year's Symposium, please follow this link to register by Friday, March 6: http://goo.gl/forms/GCOfjUXkag Check out the Student Sustainability Contest: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18Z1mmL_h9GcWW2vvj9T3zDd5yqFLoVKIZUoELCC_6w0/edit?usp=sharing