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'Whale Graveyard' in Chile

Geologist James Parham, center, and colleagues from the Smithsonian Institution, Universidad de Chile and other institutions have discovered complete skeletons of 6-9 million-year-old whales and other marine animals in Chile.


CSU Funding to Help Boost Supplemental Instruction

The CSU Chancellor's Office initiative to strengthen student achievement has awarded the university $458,000 to advance its Supplemental Instruction program on the Fullerton and CSUF Irvine campuses.


Campus Honors Faculty Authors

The CSUF Author Awards program recognized 37 faculty members who authored or edited books published in 2013 during a reception sponsored by the Office of the Prsident, Deviion of Academic Affairs, Pollak Library, Titan Shops and Faculty Development Center.


The Joy of Eating

Faculty members Sara E. Johnson (anthropology) and Joel K. Abraham (biological science) served as PI and co-PI, respectively, on a USDA grant-funded effort, which expands the outreach capacity of U-ACRE in the Fullerton Arboretum.

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First-Quarter Grants and Contracts Roundup

Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff received numerous grants during the first quarter of 2014.


Twin Researcher is Featured "Answer" on "Jeopardy!"

     Psychology professor Nancy Segal's fame as a twin studies scholar put her in the spotlight during the College Championship 2014 edition of the popular television game show "Jeopardy!"


Top Student Researchers Advance to Statewide Competition

     Out of a field of 53 competitors, 10 undergraduate and graduate students will vie for top spots in the 28th annual CSU  Research Competition May 2-3 at Cal State East Bay. The scholars from the 23 CSU campuses will make oral presentations before juries of professional experts from corporation, foundation, public agencies, colleges and universities in California.


Centers and Institutes Planning and Expansion Program Awards Intramural Funding

     Nearly $140,000 was awarded to 14 campus centers and institutes from the Centers and Institutes Planning and Expansion Program to promote scholarship and advance the university's mission and goals.









  FEATURED STUDENT RESEARCH Mind-Controlled Robotics