Alumni Spotlight

How CSUF Sustainability Project Coordinator, Tamara Wallace, Four Her True Passion Opens in new window

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Tamara Wallace came to CSUF as an undeclared freshman with hopes of a BFA in Musical Theater. Luckily, she realized rather quickly that she wasn’t truly as passionate about that trajectory as she once thought, “I don’t like to practice, I have no personal drive to go to auditions, etc…” Wallace admits.

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Margaret McCarthy Honored for her Contributions to the Cal State DC Scholars Program Opens in new window

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This past February (2016) the Cal State DC Scholars Program celebrated its 11th anniversary. The reception played host to some recognizable names - President Mildred García, Dean Sheryl Fontaine, and Congressmen Ed Royce to name a few. But arguably the most important person in attendance that night, as it pertains to the program, has a name that you might not recognize.

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Cal State DC Scholars Program Alum Lands Job with US Supreme Court Opens in new window

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A few years ago, had you told Victoria Gomez (2015, Political Science) that she would be working at the Supreme Court of the United States in just a few short years…she might not have believed you. Gomez entered CSUF as a history major, but that quickly changed during her freshman year while reflecting on a recent trip that she had taken to Mexico.

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