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2015 Coastal Clean-Up Day and CSUN EOH

September 14, 2015

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Environmental and Occupational Health Faculty Gretchen Boria-Perez has teamed up with the CSUN Center for Urban Water Resilience for 2015 Coastal Clean Up Day.  Join CSUN students along with campus and local community members to help clean up the wash in Aliso Canyon north of the CSUN campus. The water, and any debris, that runs through the canyon ultimately goes to our beaches.  Be part of a movement of more than 10,000 volunteers from all over Southern California who will do their part to clean up their local beaches, rivers, creeks and parks. Coastal Cleanup Day is a world-wide volunteer event. Last year, it drew over 600,000 participants! In L.A. alone 11,275 volunteers picked up 44,880 lbs. of debris. Read more

Oasis Wellness Center Opens

August 28, 2015

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Just a couple of years after we told you about construction plans for the Oaisis Wellness Center, this week, the Center opened its doors. The College of Health and Human Development played a significant role in establishing the Center and we're enthusiastic about this place of calm amid the sometimes hectic nature of student lifestyles.  Read more

Enhancing Student Learning and Engagement

August 21, 2015

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Topics ranging from student smoking to privacy laws will be explored by recipients of the CSUN Judge Julian Beck Learning-Centered Instructional Project grant award during the 2015–16 academic year.  The Beck grant selection committee chose projects that provide students with opportunities to actively engage in—and become responsible for—their own learning. “The Beck grant uniquely integrates the top two campus priorities: student success and employee success,” said Whitney Scott, director of faculty development and Child and Adolescent Development faculty.  Health Sciences faculty members Bethany Rainisch and Suzanne Spear are among the recipients of this grant. Read more


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