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Recent News

Speech-Language Pathology Program Wins National Recognition

April 2, 2015

jennifer kalfspeek and stephen sinclair at awards

An online non-credit course created by the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences and the Tseng College of Continuing Education won the Program of the Year Award for Non-Credit Programs from the the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) at the organization's 100th anniversary conference in Washington, D.C. The course meets a need for Registered Speech-Language Pathology Aides to become Licensed Speech-Language Pathology Assistants and reach a higher professional level.  Read the full story in CSUN Today. Read more

"100 Citizens" in the Los Angeles Times

April 1, 2015

100 citizens participants at the park

"In this neighborhood exercise class, the pushups aren't for pushovers."  Los Angeles Times columnist Sandy Banks visited CSUN's 100 Citizens fitness program at Lanark Park in Canoga Park.  "After a few minutes watching ladies maneuver 50-foot battle ropes and hoist 20-pound fitness balls," she wrote, "I decided not to embarrass myself. I put away my water bottle and pulled out my notebook.  I'd been invited by Cal State Northridge professor Steven Loy, whose kinesiology students run free boot-camp-style classes every week at Lanark and three other San Fernando Valley parks." Read the story in the LA TimesMore about 100 Citizens. Read more

Filling a Need to Support a Chain of Economies

February 23, 2015

book cover for Contemporary Caribbean Tourism: Concepts and Cases

Mechelle Best (Recreation and Tourism Management) has *co-authored a book released in February, Contemporary Caribbean Tourism: Concepts and Cases with a formal book launch at the University of the West Indies in Barbados. Tourism in central to economies in the Caribbean.  Contemporary Caribbean Tourism: Concepts and Cases is directed to both students and professionals in tourism and also explores tourism as a global phenomenon.  The Caribbean carries the unfortunate title of being the most tourism dependent region in the world and is therefore an example that other tourism dependent destinations, such as Los Angeles and California overall, can learn from. Read more

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