African-American Alumni Chapter
More events to come!
Alumni and Community Pay Special Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
Members of the community and the African American Chapter hosted its 1st annual Diversity Breakfast themed “Where Do We Go From Here” on January 15 at the Titan Student Union. It was an opportunity to learn about the life and legacy of Dr. King while understanding how his teachings are still relevant in today’s world. Lacy Kelly, the Executive Director (Orange County Division) of the League of California Cities was the keynote speaker for that morning. View Photos
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Alumni Star of "Criminal Minds" in Area
"Criminal Minds" star and CSUF graduate Kirsten Vangsness (B.A. theatre arts '96) is scheduled to join fellow cast members of the CBS drama on Sunday, Aug. 19, at the Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts.
Earning Tuffy Bucks
Cal State Fullerton's Office of Environmental Health and Safety have instituted "Tuffy Bucks," a new incentive program to encourage students, staff and faculty members to learn and use safe work habits to stay safe and healthy on campus
Safety Training Recognized
Cari Elofson of Cal State Fullerton's Environmental Health and Safety Office is honored by American Society of Safety Engineers.
Established in February 2007, the mission of the African American Chapter is to create an environment whereby alumni of color can collaborate, inspire, and network to strengthen our community by:
- Promoting the importance of higher education at CSUF to the underrepresented
- Promote professional networking
- Create mentoring opportunities for people of color
- Social activity and community service
- Promoting economic advancement
- Acknowledgement of peers
To learn more about this chapter, or how to become a member, please contact Gina Glaze via email at email@example.com.
Ebony Phillips '04