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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.

 
Knowing What's Important Gayle Tauber '73 (B.A. History) Blends Business, Philanthropy and Commitment to Family

Knowing What's Important

Gayle Tauber '73 (B.A. History) Blends Business, Philanthropy and Commitment to Family

 
Psychologist Michael Birnbaum Named Shields Award Winner President Mildred García, right, and Sean Walker, professor of biological science and chair of the Academic Senate, left, congratulate psychology professor Michael H. Birnbaum as this year's recipient of the L. Donald Shields Award.

Psychologist Michael Birnbaum Named Shields Award Winner

President Mildred García, right, and Sean Walker, professor of biological science and chair of the Academic Senate, left, congratulate psychology professor Michael H. Birnbaum as this year's recipient of the L. Donald Shields Award.

 
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.

 
Political Science Major Takes on Statewide Role Kelsey Brewer, a junior majoring in political science with a minor in liberal studies, will be putting her education, experience and passion to work as the newest member of the California State University Board of Trustees.

Political Science Major Takes on Statewide Role

Kelsey Brewer, a junior majoring in political science with a minor in liberal studies, will be putting her education, experience and passion to work as the newest member of the California State University Board of Trustees.

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Calendar of Events

College of Humanities and Social Sciences Events Calendar for Cal State Fullerton

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Spend the spring in London, England and expand your view of the world! With the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Study Abroad Program, you can earn 12 to 15 credits in courses taught by CSU faculty, while enjoying field trips to the Museum of London, Shakespeares Globe Theatre and the BBC (British Broadcasting Company). Info session will take place in H-219.
Visit with admissions representatives from law schools across the U.S. Listen to keynote speaker Dan Cook, Senior Assistant Public Defender with the Orange County Public Defender Office Learn about pre-law activities on campus such as the Pre-Law Society, internship opportunities and our nationally acclaimed Moot Court program Titan Student Union, Pavilion A No RSVP required
Spend the spring in London, England and expand your view of the world! With the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Study Abroad Program, you can earn 12 to 15 credits in courses taught by CSU faculty, while enjoying field trips to the Museum of London, Shakespeares Globe Theatre and the BBC (British Broadcasting Company). Info session will take place in H-219.
Spend the spring in London, England and expand your view of the world! With the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Study Abroad Program, you can earn 12 to 15 credits in courses taught by CSU faculty, while enjoying field trips to the Museum of London, Shakespeares Globe Theatre and the BBC (British Broadcasting Company). Info session will take place in H-219.
A documentary by Phillip Rodriguez investigating the life and mysterious death of journalist Ruben Salazar. Presented by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Chicana and Chicano Studies department. Featured panelists include: Phillip Rodriquez-Film's Director Producer Dr. Felix Gutierrez-Professor, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Gustavo Arellano-Journalist/Author and Editior of the OC Weekly Event takes place in the Titan Student Union, Portola Pavilion A.
The Dr. John D. Cooper Archaeological and Paleontological Center will celebrate International Archaeology Day and National Fossil Day (which are only four days apart) on October 12, 2014 with a FREE educational family event, Prehistoric OC. The Prehistoric OC festival presents Orange Countys rich heritage of natural history, prehistoric animals and plants, and Native American culture to the community. Prehistoric OC is fun for both young and old, with a number of activities including archaeological and paleontological demonstrations and exhibits, a Junior Scientist Camp featuring educational crafts and hands-on activities. Additionally, other participants include the Pacific Coast Archaeological Society, the Toll Roads/LSA Associates Fossils in Your Backyard, the South Coast Geological Society, Jacque Nunez of Journeys to the Past, Reptile Rescue OC, Domingo Belardes from the Blas Aguilar Adobe and Juaneno Cultural Center, Fullerton Arboretum, the Wolf Mountain Sanctuary, Shark expert Dr. Doug Long, California State University Fullertons Geology Club, Felidae Conservation Fund, Back To Natives Restoration, Flintknapper and Archaeologist Destiny Colocho, SWCA Environmental Consultants, Friends of the Cooper Center , Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary, and OC Parks. We will also be joined by Jurassic Con who will display movie memorabilia from Jurassic Park and Indiana Jones and the Jurassic Park Motor Pool will be there with a fleet of Jurassic Park jeeps. The event will also feature volcano demonstrations, Native American storytelling and lectures by leading experts on archaeology, paleontology and geology. And, Brew Hawg and Roman Nose Fry Bread will be on hand with delicious food and drinks. Prehistoric OC is hosted in collaboration with Orange County Parks at the Ralph B. Clark Regional Park in Buena Park, CA where the Clark Paleontology Museum is located. The Museum will host guided tours to showcase its extensive fossil collection from Orange County and its working laboratory where visitors can see real paleontologists and archaeologists in action. For more information please visit the events website http://www.prehistoricoc.org and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PrehistoricOc or call 714-647-2100.
2014 Annual Conference of VISAWUS Both national and international speakers will present sessions concerning the Victorian's enthusiasm for Collections and Collecting.