The myCSUNtablet Student Liaison program enlists the help of a student to document daily technology issues that occur in class. Students who are apply and are selected can earn $500 or priority registration for the following semester. Read more
With the increasing competitiveness within the job market, employers are looking up a candidate's profile online to aid them in their hiring decisions. It is important to maintain a good online reputation which may open doors to career opportunities. Read more
Engineering students at California State University, Northridge garnered 2nd place at the International Intelligent Ground Vehicle (IGVC) competition, held in June, following a team of students from Hosei University in Japan.
Aside from taking handwritten notes, and more commonly using laptops, there are other ways where students can take more effective and organized notes during class lectures with the use of various technology tools. Read more