Holiday Gift-Giving Program Supports Student-Parents
Dec09

Holiday Gift-Giving Program Supports Student-Parents

Christmas will come early for more than 100 children of Fullerton College students at the annual Adopt An Angel Holiday Party on Dec. 11. The event, which is completely sponsored by contributions from faculty and staff, is an annual tradition that helps student-parents participating in EOPS/CARE, CalWORKs, and FYSI when the programs provide a positive holiday experience for their children. “Adopt an Angel is a wonderful way to show...

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Fashion Event Connects Students with Industry
Dec04

Fashion Event Connects Students with Industry

The Fullerton College Fashion Department recently hosted Fashion Du Jour, a networking event designed for students to showcase their work and gain feedback from industry professionals. The event drew fashion design and merchandising students, parents, industry professionals, and local high school students interested in the Fashion Design program at Fullerton College. “This was an important event for our students,” said fashion...

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Report Highlights Best of 2014-2015
Dec03

Report Highlights Best of 2014-2015

Fullerton College has released the 2014-2015 Annual Report.  Produced by the Office of Campus Communications, this publication highlights many accomplishments and news from the past year. Student Equity Initiative programs were featured as the cover story sharing how new state funding gives Fullerton College the ability to reach more students with tailored services aimed at helping them succeed. Notably, the magazine highlights the...

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Natural Sciences Seminar Series Presents Queer in STEM

The last Natural Sciences seminar for the fall semester 2015 will be presented by Dr. Allison Mattheis, Assistant Professor of Applied and Advanced Studies in Education at Cal State, Los Angeles on Tuesday, Dec. 8 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Building 400, Room 410. Dr. Mattheis’s will present her seminar, Queer in STEM: A National Study of LGBTQ Experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This presentation will...

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