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Statement from CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison on CSUN’s Unwavering Commitment to Title IX

To the Campus Community:
This morning, Secretary Betsy DeVos and the U.S. Department of Education’s (DOE) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) announced its withdrawal of the guidelines reflected in OCR’s 2011 Dear Colleague Letter on Sexual Violence and the 2014 Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence. Both documents played a critical role in helping colleges and universities to more effectively address campus sexual violence and support sexual assault survivors.

In recent years, and particularly since issuance of the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter, we have witnessed extraordinary strides nationwide in sexual violence prevention education, the investigation and adjudication of sexual misconduct, and ensuring a system of support for survivors. CSUN is no exception. Regardless of this new DOE action and interim guidance offered, I want to clearly communicate to our campus community that we will not waver in our commitment to Title IX and its protections. It cannot be overstated: this university will not tolerate sexual misconduct in any form, whether it is sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking.

Read the complete statement.

 mark! Lopez being awarded The Goldman Environmental Prize.CSUN Alumnus mark! Lopez Wins One of the World’s Top Environmental Activism Prizes

Drums thumped and Aztec dancers moved to the rhythm of a beat. Fists punched skyward and purposeful chants filled the air. The throng of people walked briskly from Boyle Heights on the way to Downtown LA. Continue reading about mark! Lopez and The Goldman Environmental Prize.

Katie NovakTeachers to Explore How to Diversify Student’s Learning Habits with Education on the Edge Lecture

The brain is the foundation for learning. Like a sponge, it soaks up knowledge in various ways. Whether we read a textbook, solve a mathematical problem or watch an educational film, our individual brains perceive, interpret and process information differently than any other human on the planet. Continue reading about Education on the Edge speaker, Katie Novak.

Mike CurbLegendary Record Mogul and Matador Mike Curb Sets his Sights on Preserving Music History

Few names are as synonymous with modern American music as Mike Curb ’09 (Hon.D.). He’s a living legend whose name graces a record label — Curb Records — and arts schools across the nation, including his alma mater, CSUN’s Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication. Continue reading about Mike Curb.

Manzanita Hall Hollywood Foreign Press Association WingCSUN Dedicates Building Wing in Honor of Hollywood Foreign Press Association

California State University, Northridge President Dianne F. Harrison will formally dedicate a wing of Manzanita Hall, home to the school’s acclaimed Department of Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA), in honor of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). Continue reading about the wing dedication.

Memory Insertion Capsule: interactive sculpture that looks like a space vessel.CSUN Professor’s Artwork Envisions Multicultural Space Exploration in Getty-Sponsored Exhibition

Historical depictions of space exploration in modern media reflect a landscape void of multicultural influence, leaving little room for imagining possible diverse futures. Continue reading about “Mundos Alternos: Art and Science Fiction in the Americas”.


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