Archived Faculty in the News

April 11, 2012
Faculty Deeds Recognized: Honoring Service to Students, Campus and CommunityOpens in new window

July 5, 2012
The Importance of Research: Community College Students Learn About Grad SchoolOpens in new window

January 4, 2012
Focus on Scholarly and Creative Activities: Spring 2012 Faculty Reassigned Time Awards AnnouncedOpens in new window

December 13, 2011
External Funding Received: Campus Receives Grants and Contracts For Research, ProgramsOpens in new window

November 17, 2011
Health and Building Connection: Targeting Obesity Through Urban Planning ResearchOpens in new window

October 13, 2011
Increasing Latino College Success: CSUF to Mentor New Mexico Highlands UniversityOpens in new window

July 19, 2011
Faculty Promotions Announced: Fifty-One Faculty Receive Promotions and/or TenureOpens in new window

February 3, 2011
USDA Grants Target Obesity, Nutrition: First-Ever Funding Means $800,000 for Research, ProgramsOpens in new window

September 27, 2010
Asking for More: Journalist Gustavo Arellano, ¡Ask a Mexican! Columnist, Lectures on Orange County's Chicano History in New ClassOpens in new window

September 27, 2010
Meet the Faculty: Trio Lead Chicana and Chicano Studies CoursesOpens in new window

June 8, 2010
Passion to Serve: Scholar Lands Full Scholarship at Washington State University for Doctoral Degree in Counseling PsychologyOpens in new window

May 3, 2010
'I Could be Illegal'Opens in new window

March 16, 2010
Thinking Ahead: Future Careers Focus on SustainabilityOpens in new window

March 16, 2010
Minding the Future: Cal State Fullerton Opens New Center for SustainabilityOpens in new window

December 8, 2009
Fighting for Fairness: Spanish Major Advocates Equal Opportunities for All StudentsOpens in new window

April 14, 2009
Faculty Recognized for Service to Students, University and CommunityOpens in new window

December 9, 2008
Prepping for Grad School: Undergraduates Gain Research Experience Through Competitive ProgramsOpens in new window

September 16, 2008
Historical Perspective: A View of Freedom in the U.S.-Mexico BorderlandsOpens in new window

August 5, 2008
Exploring Early American Policies: Professor Completes Research Fellowship on 19th-Century Indian SlaveryOpens in new window

April 1, 2008
First 'OC Insight' Episode Focus on Immigration and Wage IssuesOpens in new window

July 28, 2008
Five at Cal State Fullerton Named Pre-Doctoral Scholars: Local Residents Among Students Selected for Statewide ProgramOpens in new window

March 4, 2008
National Organization to Honor Two From Cal State Fullerton: American Association of Hispanics in Higher Ed Salutes Abrego and PérezOpens in new window

December 17, 2007
Accolades From National Organization: Abrego and Perez Win American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education AwardsOpens in new window

October 29, 2007
Health Matters: CSUF Contributes to Well-Being Through Education, Research, Outreach and ServiceOpens in new window

July 24, 2007
Research in Action: The Summer Research Scholars ProgramOpens in new window

Living the Mission: CSUF Serves Latino Students as a HSI. But What Does That Really Mean?Opens in new window

November 16, 2005
Robert Castro Awarded Yale Fellowship to Study Slavery of American IndiansOpens in new window