Cal State Fullerton College of Engineering & Computer Science students are “more than prepared” upon graduation to pursue careers in many of the most in-demand fields.
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Marking one year since the public launch of “It Takes a Titan: The Campaign for Cal State Fullerton,” the University’s first-ever comprehensive philanthropic campaign, the University held its second annual day of giving, #TitansGive.
Alumnus Lauren DuCharme is a flight systems engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and shares her experience of the Countdown to Perseverance rover landing on February 18, 2021.
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Noeli Murrietta (BS ’17), a technical director at DreamWorks Animation, says the Women in Computer Science and Engineering (WiCSE) program at Cal State Fullerton was an important stepping stone to her career.
In March 2022, Cal State Fullerton welcomed Toni Miller, the new Senior Director of Development for the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics and the College of Engineering & Computer Science.
From creating scholarships to volunteering on campus and making a major planned gift, Bill and Paula Purpura are among the college’s most enthusiastic supporters. Learn about these ECS Philanthropists and Volunteers of the Year and their perspective on paying it forward.
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Backed by a $650,000 grant, women in Cal State Fullerton’s College of Engineering & Computer Science are working to improve women’s engagement and success in computer science and cybersecurity fields.
From his days at CSUF to his current role as Chief Security Officer at Adobe, learn how Mark Adams found his calling in computer science – and how CSUF helped shape his career.
Lauren DuCharme (BS ’15), a flight systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, was this year’s recent graduate honoree at the Cal State Fullerton Vision & Visionaries Awards.