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Saving Girls in Nepal
Counseling professor rescues poor girls from being sold into slavery by parents who cannot afford to send them to school or feed them.
Ex-Con Turns Life Around
CSUF student overcomes difficult past and graduates with sociology degree.
Doctorate Awarded Through CSU/UC Alliance
Four local educators are the first recipients of a doctorate in education awarded at Fullerton through a joint program of the California State University and University of California.
With a $696,735 NASA grant, CSUF is building and equipping a remote sensing laboratory on campus in the Humanities and Social Sciences building.
The mission of CSU-ACE is to prepare students to compete for myriad jobs at intelligence-gathering agencies.
“Sowing Dreams, Cultivating Lives: Nikkei Farmers in Pre-World War II Orange County,” the inaugural exhibit at the Fullerton Arboretum’s Museum.
Overfeeding children often starts in infancy. Due to the growing child obesity problem, healthcare agencies are encouraging breastfeeding.
Life in a Lava Tube
At the California State University Desert Studies Center in Zzyzx, school teachers help NASA scientists practice looking for life on other planets.
Fred Ramirez is researching ways to recruit and retain people of different ethnicities in his study “Ethnic Minority Recruitment to Teacher Education.”
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