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Access to Higher Education Diploma

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Conversations with President Gordon #104 and #105, 11/6/1992

Identifier: TMSC U-116
Scope and Contents Dr. Lee Bentley sits down with CSUF President Gordon for a weekly conversation. Episode #104's special guest is Dr. Joyce Flocken, Chair of the Academic Senate at CSUF. Together, they discuss issues regarding educational access to the university and the impact of budget reductions on university faculty and services. At the conclusion of the episode, President Gordon answers a few viewer questions. Episode #105's special guest is Gaddi Vasquez, Orange County Supervisor. The discussion focuses on...

Focus on Cal State Fullerton, 1990 - 1992

Identifier: TMSC U-166
Scope and Contents David Pincus hosts this continuing program, which seeks to examine the thoughts and activities of faculty, students, staff members, and alumni of CSUF. In this episode, David Pincus interviews California State Senator Ed Royce. They discuss Royce's career and time at CSUF. They also discuss budgetary issues, the public support of education, his support of foster care legislation, and working within a political environment to enact change.

Lecture: Nursing 307 with Teleconference, 1990s

Identifier: TMSC B-48
Contents In this lecture for broadcast to distance learning nursing and child development majors, the CSUF Nursing department faculty and students discuss reproductive technology decisions, DNA, chromosomal disorders, amniocentesis, ethical implications of genetic counseling, family planning, and regionalization in healthcare.

Report on the Statewide Conference of the Citizens for California Higher Education, Citizens for California Higher Education (Beverly Hills, CA) , 1967

Identifier: FC-06-0013L-11
Scope and Contents Contains 2,800 serial titles, 250 linear feet of pamphlets and soft-cover books, and 100 linear feet of miscellaneous materials.