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Kinesiology Professors' Book Reveals Underlying Secrets of Performing Artists

March 15, 2017

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Kinesiology professors Victoria Jaque and Paula Thomson take readers into the minds, hearts and bodies of performing artists with their book, “Creativity and the Performing Artist: Behind the Mask.” Thomson and Jaque created the book to show readers how the mental, emotional and intellectual parts of the brain intertwine with a performing artist’s body. “What’s really cool about psychophysiology is that the mind and the body are one. They’re not separate things,” Thomson said. Read more

CSUN Promotes College Education at Annual Super Sunday Events

March 3, 2017

Dean Farrell J. Webb speaking at Super Sunday event

Leaders from California State University, Northridge joined their colleagues from CSU campuses around the Golden State to promote the merits of a college education, during Super Sunday church services on February 26. Dean Farrell J. Webb of HHD was among the speakers. Super Sunday is one of the culminating events for Black History Month. Since 2005, the CSU has partnered with California churches serving predominantly African-American congregations, to connect with black families, potential future college students and parents. Read more

3 Wins Fitness Featured on KABC TV

March 1, 2017

csun three wins fitness students say hello

What started out as a small fitness program in local parks has expanded to four local parks and three programs at sister CSUs. Participation is free.  The program was recently featured on KABC TV: "Most local parks and recreation centers offer fitness programs, but one particular group in San Fernando has offered a 'win, win, win' for all concerned. 'The three wins stands for the participants, community health and our students,' California State University, Northridge kinesiology professor Steven Loy said. Loy started the '3WINS' program in 2011 with a handful of student teachers who taught a small group in San Fernando. Now his students are running workouts at nine parks, pulling in about 250 people a day." Read more


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