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Feb. 25, 2014
Volume 1, Edition 14

CSUN Alumna and Science Expert Natalia Reagan and Actor Dean Cain.

Natalia Reagan Used Humor, CSUN Education on SpikeTV’s ‘10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty’

Natalia Reagan ’08 (Anthropology), M.A. ’11 (Anthropology) served as the field expert on the SpikeTV show “10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty.” She and co-host Dean Cain guided teams on the hunt for the mythical Bigfoot. Read more about Reagan’s work.

Robert Townsend
Robert Townsend: Director and Actor to Discuss Career at CSUN on Feb. 27
Acclaimed actor, director and producer Robert Townsend will explore the power that filmmaking has on the “commerce of creativity” during a lecture, titled “Trusting Your Instincts.” Read more about the lecture.
CSUN engineering majors work with high school students.
Popsicle Stick Competition Builds Fun at CSUN
A group of 250 students from local high schools competed in the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 20th Annual Popsicle Stick Bridge Competition. The goal of each entry was to build the strongest bridge using popsicle sticks. Read more about the competition.
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Upcoming Events

Murray Perahia
Classroom in the Courtyard: Murray Perahia
Thu., Feb. 27, 6 p.m.
Music professor to discuss Murray’s remarkable career. Read more
CSUN women's basketball player
Women’s Basketball vs. Cal State Fullerton
Thu., Feb. 27, 7 p.m.
Red Rally Night! FREE T-shirts for the first 100 CSUN students with I.D. Read more
Art Work
Art Galleries: This is Not a Self-Portrait
Focusing on artists who reconfigure the genre of self-portraiture. Read more

Focus on Faculty & Staff

Running the Biology Gamut: From Cells to Crickets, Feb. 26

Join Department of Biology professors David Gray and Mary-Pat Stein at a workshop where they will share highlights of current research.

Community Engagement Mixer, Feb. 27

Join the Office of Community Engagement as they welcome community partners, faculty and staff to learn more about service learning and community service projects.

Terry Piper Lecture, March 3

Laura Rendón, professor of higher education and co-director of the Center for Research and Policy in Education at the University of Texas-San Antonio, will discuss “Leveraging Student Strengths to Support Student Success” at the third annual lecture.


CSUN in the News

CSUN President Co-chair of L.A. County Business Federation’s Advisory Council

San Fernando Valley Business Journal

CSUN Alumna Selected as Oxnard’s First Female Fire Captain

Ventura County Star

Hip-Hop Group Beeff, includes CSUN Alumnus Evan Washington

LA Weekly


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