The State of… those words have a very specific meaning in the American lexicon. Used in the right context, we know these words signify the predictions and ambitions of a president, governor or mayor for the future. But, the CSU is a university, not a government. And as an academic institution, we begin the pursuit of knowledge with questions. Continue reading Chancellor White's message.
Big names in performing arts, music and the Los Angeles community come together next month to support CHIME Institute, housed at California State University, Northridge, and its unique model of inclusive education at the annual CHIMEapalooza celebration on Saturday, Feb. 21. Continue reading about the CHIME Institute.
From a walkthrough history museum, which will introduce California State University, Northridge’s campus to black history, to Super Sunday and the Harambee High School Student Conference, which encourages African-American students to attend college, February will be filled with inspirational events in celebration of Black History Month. Continue reading about Black History Month.
A Growing Partnership Between CSUN, Dodgers and Campanella Foundation Helps PT Students Strive for Their Dreams
Tall and lanky, Jared Sinn has the look of an athlete. That’s what he was for many years, as Sinn played a variety of sports growing up in Simi Valley and enjoyed the thrill of competition and sense of camaraderie built by playing on a team. Continue reading about the scholarship.
It has been known for some time that each of us hosts distinct bacterial communities, with no two individuals hosting the same combinations of bacteria. A new study, led by California State University, Northridge microbial ecologist Gilberto E. Flores, now shows that the amount these communities change through time is also unique to each individual. Continue reading about Gilberto E. Flores.