To help increase the number of women graduating with computer science degrees at Cal State Fullerton, the university has been awarded a $650,000 “Best Practice” grant from the Center for Inclusive Computing at Northeastern University.
The first three projects for the College of Engineering & Computer Science’s Titans of Transformation: Big Ideas initiative are underway, delivering enhanced research and service-learning opportunities for our students.
Recent CSF graduate Cassandra Kobayashi is thankful for her Cal State Fullerton support system, who helped her graduate during a challenging year.
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.
The College of Engineering & Computer Science’s fully online graduate programs continued to climb in the rankings in this year’s U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs list, moving to No. 25 in the nation as of January 2021, up from No. 29 in 2020.
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.
In spring 2021, 42 students from all departments in the College of Engineering & Computer Science rose to the challenge and honed their abilities to innovate using the human-centered design process.