Skip to Content (Press Enter)
Cal State FullertonTitan Voices
Titan Voices

All Posts by Lynn Juliano

Lynn Juliano

Lynn Juliano, writer and communications specialist, is looking for stories from our campus community about being a witness to history. Contact her at

Artists Launch ‘Creative Aid’ Amid Pandemic

Posted on: August 09, 2020 in Faculty Stories

Cal State Fullerton students in communications, education, nursing and other fields have been stepping up to help communities in need during the COVID-19 pandemic — and Titan visual artists are no exception. Seniors in Fernando Del Rosario’s graphic design class helped him launch Creative Aid, a project that provides design services to hard-hit businesses at no cost. “When the quarantine happened, I knew I […]

Read Post

Study Suggests Many Struggle with Basic Needs

Posted on: August 08, 2020 in Student Stories

As school officials debate how to safely reopen schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report surveying 1,275 school social workers across the country offers insights and recommendations. Gordon Capp, a Cal State Fullerton assistant professor of social work, is one of the authors of the report, “Opening Schools Safely in the COVID-19 Era: School Social […]

Read Post

Students Help 102-Year-Old Veteran Use Zoom for the First Time

Posted on: August 05, 2020 in Student Stories

“This is pretty neat!” said Jim*, a 102-year-old World War II veteran, on his first-ever Zoom video call. The online chat was facilitated by Cal State Fullerton students working with a nonprofit organization called Project L.I.F.E. (Living in Faith Everyday). Before the COVID-19 pandemic, students in “Introduction to Gerontology” had been meeting in person with senior […]

Read Post

Anesthesia Machines as Ventilators?

Posted on: April 23, 2020 in Campus & Community Stories

Students and faculty in Cal State Fullerton’s top-ranked nurse-anesthesia program recently completed a five-day trial testing the effectiveness and durability of using anesthesia gas machines as long-term ventilators for COVID-19 patients. Typically used for short-term anesthesia care delivery, the anesthesia gas machines proved an effective solution for health care facilities facing shortages of traditional ventilators, […]

Read Post

Nursing Students Volunteer as County Disaster Relief Workers

Posted on: April 12, 2020 in Student Stories

For the last eight years, Cal State Fullerton nursing students have participated in a county wide Point of Dispensing drill to prepare emergency responses for possible bioterrorist attacks, natural disasters and yes, pandemics. When the novel coronavirus began to spread, Maria Matza, associate professor of nursing, reached out to the OC Health Agency’s Agency Operations […]

Read Post

Christine Vu, Kate Bayhan Share Their Experiences Working in OC Hospitals

Posted on: April 10, 2020 in Alumni Stories

While people wait in long lines at Costco for their toilet paper, Christine Vu waits in a similarly long line to get her temperature checked before beginning a 12-hour shift in the Emergency Department at Kaiser Permanente Irvine. Vu, a Cal State Fullerton assistant professor of nursing and practicing nurse, is one of 10 School of […]

Read Post

Alumna Helps Mobilize Food Bank During Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted on: April 10, 2020 in Alumni Stories

Two months into Claudia Keller’s role as chief mission officer for Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, word of a new coronavirus began to surface. The Cal State Fullerton alumna now finds herself helping to lead one of the largest efforts in the county to keep food insecure families fed through a pandemic. “Never did […]

Read Post

Aging Studies Expert: Social Distancing to Have Multiple Impacts on Older Adults

Posted on: April 03, 2020 in Faculty Stories

Social distancing has become the rallying cry of the COVID-19 pandemic, but a Cal State Fullerton aging studies expert cautions that the isolation that inevitably stems from it can lead to additional physical and mental health consequences for older adults. “Social distancing impacts older adults across multiple health domains, especially for those who need to […]

Read Post