Welcome to the California State University, Northridge Alumni Association. CSUN alumni have every right to be proud. With more than 40,000 students the demand to attend your alma mater grows stronger each year. The Alumni Association understands the importance of not only keeping alumni informed, but providing you with the ability to reunite and network with one another for personal and professional benefit. Staying in touch with fellow alumni and the university is one of the main benefits of membership in the Alumni Association.
We are proud to announce the launch of CSUN’s digital portfolio and career readiness network, Portfolium!
Portfolium is an exciting online tool that gives CSUN alumni like yourself, an opportunity to showcase your on-campus and post-graduate work and accomplishments. With this new method of professional networking, you can enhance your resume and online presence by building a strong, long-lasting portfolio to take with you on your professional journey. Learn more and get started today.
The past few months have been a good kind of hectic for Andy Grammer. The singer-songwriter and 2007 CSUN music alumnus who brought us the hit song Honey, I’m Good released his second album, Magazines or Novels, on Aug. 5, and he debuted on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars on Sept. 14. Continue reading about Andy Grammer.
By visiting Jonathan Melendez’s food and photography blog, The Candid Appetite, you’re in danger of committing at least two of the seven deadly sins. Lust and gluttony come to mind as a digital slideshow scrolls scenes of Bratwurst, Beer & Cheddar Pretzel Pot Pie, Spicy Sausage Potato and Kale Pizza, and Vanilla Apple Crumble. Continue reading about Jonathan Melendez.
California State University, Northridge alumnus and Pick My Solar CEO Max Aram ’13 (M.S., Manufacturing Systems Engineering) was in Kansas City on Nov. 16 representing his company at the Kauffman Foundation’s One in a Million Contest. Continue reading about Pick My Solar.
This Dec. 1, California State University, Northridge will be teaming up with internal and external organizations to participate in the nationwide Giving Tuesday event, where donations will be collected to help the less fortunate in the San Fernando Valley region. Continue reading about the event.
Michael Grillo ’71 (Business Administration) had just walked out of the Valley Performing Arts Center on a calm autumn morning still in awe of the scale of the building and the beauty inside and out. There was a student to his left playing a saxophone and providing a soundtrack to his California State University, Northridge reunion. Continue reading about Michael Grillo.
It’s clear that Frank Lala ’78 (Community Health Education) has affection for quoting important thinkers and doers. Continue reading about Frank Lala.
Those words could describe the attitude of many of the recipients of the California State University, Northridge Alumni Association’s 2015 Volunteer Service Awards about receiving their honors. On, Friday, Oct. 23, CSUN will recognize them for their contributions to the university at the 14th-annual awards event at the Hilton Woodland Hills. Continue reading about the volunteer service awards.
New CSUN Alumni Association President Carlos Fuentes ’82 (Political Science) has clear objectives for the future of the organization. Fuentes, a former student government leader and student-athlete at CSUN who... Continue reading about Carlos Fuentes.
The Valley Performing Arts Center has felt power before, but feeling homegrown power like this is unique. Three-time Grammy Award-winning mezzo-soprano... Continue reading about Michelle DeYoung.
It was an underdog mentality — the same one that California State University, Northridge alumnus Ty Tramblie ’04 (Humanities) has embraced for most of his volleyball-paying career — that helped him win his first-ever AVP Pro Beach Volleyball title... Continue reading about Ty Tramblie.