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PT Students, Campanella Foundation and LA Dodgers - A Growing Partnership

January 26, 2015

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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. He also has experienced one of the difficult, and less glamorous, parts of sports: injuries. He has seen teammates get hurt on the field of play. In some instances, those injuries threatened their ability to play that sport again. Watching his teammates recover gave Sinn his life’s calling. Read more

Launch of 1.5 Alive Faculty and Staff Fitness Program

January 15, 2015

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The Department of Kinesiology, Matador Athleics and CSUN Human Resources have partnered to launch 1.5 Alive, a new wellness program aimed at getting faculty and staff more physically active. Starting on Friday, Jan. 30 at noon, CSUN faculty and staff can join the 1.5 Alive team at CSUN’s Matador track. During the program, which runs until May 8, the team will exercise for 30 minutes, using a combination of running or walking and the ExerCircuit fitness parcourse, outside of Redwood Hall. The program is designed to accommodate all levels of fitness, from beginner to advanced. Read more

Money, Family Obligations, Discrimination Hamper Students' College Dreams

January 13, 2015

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Money, family obligations and discrimination all play key roles in discouraging high school students from persisting on to and in college, according to a new study by California State University, Northridge child and adolescent development associate professor Virginia Huynh. First-generation Latino students, in particular, are affected by a lack of knowledge about financial aid, family responsibilities and racially insensitive interactions with adults while they are in high school, the study found. Read more

Nutrition Experts Website: Your Hub for Healthy Eating

December 19, 2014

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It’s not unusual that right after the holiday season, many of us will go searching the Internet for ways to get rid of that extra turkey and mashed potatoes weight we added on.The problem is, what websites can you really trust?  At California State University, Northridge, graduate nutrition students have created a central hub, known as the CSUN Nutrition Experts website, for reliable information to help the university stay health conscious. Read more

CSUN Students Help Get Local Schoolkids Moving

December 16, 2014

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Ready, set, go! California State University, Northridge kinesiology students are helping put more spring, bounce, jump, skip and run in the steps of local elementary school students this winter.  CSUN students and faculty are working with the schools thanks to a partnership with Dignity Health/Northridge Hospital, which received a $290,000 grant from the UniHealth Foundation to promote fitness and combat childhood obesity at Canoga Park and Hart Street elementary schools in Canoga Park. The one-year grant was renewed for the 2014-15 school year after a successful first run during the 2013-14 year. With funding from Dignity Health, the Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH) project will continue into next year.

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