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Study Reveals Oldest Fossil Sea Turtle

This illustration of the oldest known sea turtle, by artist Jorge Blanco, depicts a scene from more than 120 million years ago during the age of dinosaurs. New research by James Parham, assistant professor of geological sciences, reveals the oldest known sea turtles on record.


SOARing into the Future

Kinesiology graduate student Robert Mendoza is one of many participants benefiting from SOAR (Strengthening Opportunities, Access and Resources), a Department of Education-funded program that provides advising, academic resources, professional development, scholarships and networking opportunities.


Scholars Team Up for $1 Million Big Data Grant

Archana J. McEligot, center, professor of health science, is directing the National Institutes of Health-funded “big data” science program in collaboration with Sam Behseta, right, professor of mathematics, and Math P. Cuajungco, left, associate professor of biological science.


Transportation Innovators

Engineering students Daniel Do, left, and John Stapleton, right, are recipients of fellowships from the Dept. of Transportation’s Dwight David Eisenhower Hispanic-Serving Institutions Fellowship Program. They flank Sergio A. Guerra, director of the Center for Academic Support in Engineering and Computer Science.

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Submissions Now Being Accepted for 2015 SCCUR

November 21, 2015

Hosted this year by Harvey Mudd College, the conference features the work of undergraduate students across all disciplines, and provides a forum for research, scholarship and creative activities in a collegial environment. Students will interact with peers, learn about graduate school and hone their presentation skills. Registration is now open and free to all CSUF students whose abstracts are accepted. More...


Faculty Invited to Apply for RSCA Incentive Grants

Applications are closed

The RSCA Incentive Grant program, funded by the CSU Chancellor’s Office, invites all full-time faculty members, full-time lecturers, coaches, counselors and librarians to submit proposals that focus on furthering external grant proposals preparation. More...




Campus Receives Nearly $6 Million in First-Quarter External Funding

From helping students succeed to studies in health sciences, women and politics, climate change and elder financial exploitation, Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff members received nearly $6 million in grants and contracts between July 1 through Sept. 30 – the first quarter of the academic year.


Faculty and Student Works Published

Faculty and students have seen their research on the subjects of cultural beliefs, nonprofits and public policy, antibiotic resistance and political violence on the eve of World War II recently published.


Federally Funded Program Addresses Water Crisis 

The California State University has received a $2 million U.S. Department of Agriculture grant that will fund hands-on water management internships.