• Charles and Lisa Noski, Paul and Adrienne Jennings, President Dianne F. Harrison, Angella and David Nazarian; Ken Floyd, Richard Schweitzer and Dean Ken Lloyd

    Local Leaders Invest $6M in Nazarian College

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    Hollywood Reporter Trumpets CSUN

  • Graduate students in CSUN’s Marriage and Family Therapy master’s program review case file notes.

    CSUN Counseling Clinic Serves Community

  • A group of diverse CSUN students smiling at the camera during graduation.

    $22M Grant Seeks Diversity in Biomed Workforce

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Male and female student working on engine.CSUN Faculty Break Down Silos to Help Train Tomorrow’s Workforce

Faculty at California State University, Northridge are breaking down silos within the university and across the academic divide as they work with Glendale Community College and K-12 educators on a project to train tomorrow’s workforce. Continue reading about the consortium.

Faculty member teaching students.Feds Award CSUN $1.1 Million for Science Programs

The federal government has awarded California State University, Northridge more than $1.1 million in grant money for programs that encourage underrepresented students to consider careers in the sciences. Continue reading about the NIH grant.

Members of CSUN’s Model United Nations team pose with award.CSUN Model UN Team Takes First at International Competition

California State University, Northridge’s Model United Nations team took on the nations of the world earlier this month — and placed first.  Continue reading about the award.

Graduate students review case notes in the Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic.Counseling Clinic Serves Community While Training Future Therapists

A woman perches on a couch and speaks quietly with a therapist behind closed doors. In another room, a married couple meets with a counselor. Across the hall, a boisterous pack of children fills the play therapy room, a cheerful space adorned with a rainbow mural and filled with toys, stuffed animals, a play kitchen and an art easel. It’s another busy evening at the Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic. Continue reading about the clinic.


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