What are today's CSUF students like? They are self-confident, worried about paying for college, and dedicated to amking the world a better place. Most of all, they work hard and they want to attain a better work/life balance.
Taking Aim at Obesity
Prader-Willi Syndrome is part of a growing national health challenge. Faculty members at CSUF and University of Florida are exploring the disorder’s links with childhood obesity.
The campus of today is radically different than the humble little college established more than 50 years ago. But what should Cal State Fullerton look like in the future?
Wave of Inspiration
The ocean is a hobby, a vacation attraction and a job for Dan Stetson ’03 (M.B.A.), president and CEO of the Ocean Institute in Dana Point. Stetson’s passion for the ocean allows him to enjoy his work at the institute.
Alumna Billie Weiss is associate director of the Southern California Injury Prevention Research Center in the UCLA School of Public Health, where she has become an outspoken advocate for violence prevention.
A Global View
Providing both students and faculty with international experiences can give them a leg-up in their careers and in their intellectual development.
All in the Family
The Family Business Council provides helpful information through monthly workshops available to a wide range of family-owned businesses.
A Cultural Birth
The largest orchestra formed in the U.S. in the last 40 years first took shape on paper at a kitchen table and played its first notes in a Cal State Fullerton rehearsal hall.
A Grand Day
A day and evening full of celebrations on October 17 marked the grand opening of Steven G. Mihaylo Hall, the new $88-million home to the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics.
The largest freshman class in Cal State Fullerton history entered the university in fall 2008. See where the first-time freshmen come from, what they’re like and which major courses of study they’re pursuing.
The Strength Within
When put to the test, it is remarkable what strength we have within us. That’s the message of Renee Bondi ‘82, a quadriplegic who has given thousands of presentations and concerts throughout the globe.
Suffering, Hope and Success
Sister Eileen McNerney founded Taller San Jose (St. Joseph’s Workshop) in 1995 to help undereducated and unskilled Latino youth move up from paralysis to productivity.