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Dec. 3, 2013
Volume 1, Edition 6
Comedian Bill Cosby and CSUN film students

Film Students Collaborate on Comedy Central Bill Cosby Special

Comedian Bill Cosby and director Robert Townsend worked with CSUN film students to capture the behind-the-scenes footage for the new Comedy Central special “Bill Cosby: Far From Finished,” which aired recently. Read more about the project.

President Diane F. Harrison at a podium speaking at the 60th Anniversary Celebration at Nanjing University of Science and Technology
President Harrison Strengthens CSUN’s Ties to China
During her nine-day trip to China, CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison met with educational and business leaders in five cities, renewed partnership agreements and engaged a growing alumni base in the country. Read more about the visit.
Student reporters live streaming interviews from Union Station
Examining Poverty 140 Characters at a Time
Equipped with smartphones and tablets, graduate journalism students participated in a global project with students at universities in India, Taiwan and the UK to report on poverty in each country. 
Read more about the project
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Upcoming Events

Matadors go after ball
Men’s Basketball vs. Seattle
Thu., Dec. 5, 7 p.m.
Wear RED! Be LOUD!
Read More
Portrait of Rainer Werner Fassbinder
CSUN Cinematheque:
Veronika Voss

Thu., Dec. 5, 7 p.m.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder Retrospective. Read More
Ballet dancer dancing on stage
LA Ballet: The Nutcracker
Dec. 14, 1 and 5 p.m.;
Dec. 15, 1 p.m.

Experience the holiday classic. Read More

Focus on Alumni & Community

President Harrison and Husband John Wujack Make a Planned Gift to CSUN

With a recent gift to the university, CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison and her husband, John Wujack, have joined CSUN’s Heritage Society.

Alumni Chapter Provides Mentoring to Students

Life-changing opportunities were granted to CSUN students by the Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) Alumni Chapter at the 14th annual Speed Mentoring Event.

CSU, California Community College Transfer Program Reaches Milestone

The new streamlined transfer program developed by California community colleges and California State University now offers 1,000 associate degrees for transfer, making it easier for students to earn a bachelor’s degree.


CSUN in the News

CSUN Professor Part of Team on Safari for San Pedro’s Invasive Lizards

Los Angeles Times

Television Academy Elects CSUN Professor to Two-Year Post as Secretary

The Wrap

Restaurant Food Safety Top Priority for CSUN Alumna

Pasadena Weekly


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