Campus and community members are invited to take part in "Prehistoric OC," a family festival celebrating archaeology, paleontology, history, culture and science, Saturday, Oct. 10, at Ralph B. Clark Regional Park.
Civil engineering majors Daniel Do and John Stapleton are drivers of innovation when it comes to transportation research. They are recipients of fellowships from the Dwight David Eisenhower Hispanic-Serving Institutions Fellowship Program.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is launching a lecture series beginning Oct. 6, with faculty members discussing different topics under the theme "Interdisciplinary Conversations on Inequality and Violence."
Cal State Fullerton's Emeriti recognize the hard work of students through annual scholarship awards given recently. Pictured with group members and President Mildred García are scholars Kyle Hess, Jose Ramirez, Christopher Chacon and Natalie Graham.
This summer, geology student Kevin Hunter and faculty mentor Joe Carlin took to the sea to study the ocean's seabed. Pictured is Carlin, right with Sac State professor Amy Wagner and Jason Addison of the U.S. Geological Survey.
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