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Healthcare Answers for Underserved Populations

April 22, 2015

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What are some of the common misconceptions surrounding the recent measles outbreak?  Are there any new insights into strategic health priorities such as obesity and asthma?  What should health and wellness professionals consider when working with people from underserved communities?  Showing students the many pathways to success in the healthcare field is one of the goals of the five-year, $2 million CAMINO grant from the US Department of Education. The CAMINO Speakers Series highlights some of those pathways by bringing healthcare leaders to campus to share their professional journeys and their expertise with our students. Read more

Student Veterans Conquer the High Ropes Course

April 20, 2015

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Reaching beyond one’s comfort zone, building trust, raising self confidence and so much more took place when student veterans participated in the High Ropes Challenge Course (HRCC) at California State University, Northridge. The Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing, Student Veteran Organization and Veterans Resource Center (VRC) provided activities, both on the ground and in the air, that helped form a bond within the group. The event is significant to the student veterans because it is a team-building exercise as well as a self-learning experience. Read more

Speech-Language Pathology Program Wins National Recognition

April 2, 2015

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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

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