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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 1990 | KRISTINA LINDGREN
Concluding a national search that lasted nearly two years, Cal State Fullerton has hired a dean from Skidmore College in New York to oversee services for the campus's 24,750 students, the university announced Wednesday. Robbie L. Nayman, dean of student services at Skidmore, was chosen CSUF's vice president for student services from a field of more than 150 candidates. Her appointment to the $70,000-a-year post is effective May 21.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 1990 | KRISTINA LINDGREN
Concluding a national search that lasted nearly two years, Cal State Fullerton has hired a dean from Skidmore College in New York to oversee services for the campus's 24,750 students, the university announced Wednesday. Robbie L. Nayman, dean of student services at Skidmore, was chosen CSUF's vice president for student services from a field of more than 150 candidates. Her appointment to the $70,000-a-year post is effective May 21.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1997
Robert L. Palmer Jr. has left his job as vice president for student affairs at State University of New York at Buffalo to fill the same position at Cal State Fullerton. He begins the new post next Monday, joining the university president's cabinet, overseeing planning and management. His duties include administering and coordinating student programs and services. Palmer will supervise a 120-person staff and be responsible for a $5-million student-affairs budget. "Dr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ and JOHN CANALIS
Robert A. Emry, chairman of Cal State Fullerton's speech communication department, has been appointed acting vice president for student affairs while the university continues a national search for someone to fill the job. The appointment takes effect today. Emry succeeds Robbie L. Nayman, who retired after six years in the position.
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September 3, 1991 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ana Martinez tried to register for six classes she needed for her major, child development. What the Cal State Fullerton junior got was Theater 101. If she is unable to add at least some of the six classes when the fall semester begins today, it will set back her planned June, 1993, graduation at least a year, if not more. "I dread the start of school already because I know the hassle I'm going to have to go through," said Martinez, 23, of Santa Ana.
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