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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
Join us for a talk with author Robert Lee Johnson, discussing his most recent book Notable Southern Californians in Black History. 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
Dr. Farideh Kioumehr-Dadsetan is the Founder and Executive Director of the International Health and Epidemiology Research Center (IHERC) - A non-profit organization- established in 1994-Dedicated to the research and prevention of epidemic diseases. As part of that mission, she established the innovative Anti-Violence Campaign for Peace project that identifies violence as a preventable social epidemic disease. Read more
In keeping CSUN safe, Project D.A.T.E. and Matador Patrol invite you to this engaging workshop that provides members of the campus community effective methods to prevent crime, and explores relevant campus resources. Read more
Join us at "It's On Us 2016" presented by Project Date Peer Educator Program. This event starts on Tuesdays, November 29, 2016 at 10:00 AM with Tabling Fair and Clothesline Project taking place at Plaza del Sol at the USU and ends on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 7:30 PM at the conclusion of our screening and discussion of the documentary, "Audrie & Daisy" being held at the Lakeview Terrace Room at the USU. Please see our calendar or events for more information on all the workshops and activities offered during our It's On Us event. All are invited to attend. Read more
Beat the Blues Week 2016 concludes with a candlelight vigil to recognize lives lost to suicide, loss survivors, and those struggling with mental illness. All are invited as we raise awareness of depression and the prevention of suicide. Read more
The Blues Project's Beat the Blues Week invites the campus community to a screening of the "Project 22" documentary. The film is titled for the 22 veterans that take their own lives each day in the United States. A panel discussion will immediately follow the screening to focus on this issue faced by our military community and how creating awareness can show our Veterans that there is hope for them. Read more
The campus community is invited as we explore the stigma, barriers, and common perceptions/attitudes around mental health and help-seeking behavior amongst Middle Eastern students. Read more