The Future Minority Male Teachers of California Project in collaboration with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and MenTeach present: "Men Teachers: Inviting & Welcoming Them to Our University".
National scholars Dr. Lemuel Watson and Bryan G. Nelson provide faculty and staff with hands-on strategies for the recruitment, retention and support of male minority teachers. Read more
Come see CSUN Faculty discuss their work relating to our Black History Month theme: What is Black? Read more
Join us for a talk with author Robert Lee Johnson, discussing his most recent book Notable Southern Californians in Black History. Read more
Join us on the Oviatt Lawn for a fantastic performance by the SHINE Muwasi Women's African Drum Circle. Read more
Join us in the Oviatt Library Learning Commons for hip hop, spoken word and open mic poetry. Read more
Join us for a wonderful night on the Oviatt Library lawn, featuring the movie 42, jazz combos and food trucks. Read more
This exciting and dramatic documentary set in contemporary Hungary focuses on Csanád Szegedi, vice-president of Hungary’s far-right extremist party “Jobbik” that espouses anti-Semitic rhetoric and Holocaust denials. Then came a revelation that forced Szegedi out of politics: his grandparents were revealed to be Jewish and his beloved grandmother was an Auschwitz survivor who had hidden her Jewish faith after the war. Read more
Save A Child's Heart is Israel's preeminent humanitarian organization specializing in charitable pediatric cardiac care and providing urgently needed pediatric heart surgery and follow-up care for indigent children from developing countries. Our mission is to improve the quality of pediatric cardiac care for children from countries where the heart surgery they need is unobtainable. Read more
SOLD OUT! Temple Grandin is coming to CSUN!
If you have never seen Dr. Grandin speak on her personal experiences with Autism and how individuals with autism see the world, this is an opportunity you do not want to miss! Read more
This documentary depicts the role of birds in the eco-system of the Middle East. It focuses on Israeli Professor Yossi Leshem, director of Israel’s International Center for the Study of Bird Migration. Through his charm, persuasive powers, and love of birds, Leshem is making progress toward the defense of nature and the peaceful co-existence of Israelis, Palestinians, and Jordanians. This informative, upbeat film treats the viewer to engaging visuals of birds in their natural habitats. Read more