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March 4, 2014
Volume 1, Edition 15
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CSUN, Mexican University Create Unique Partnership For Latin American Studies

Officials from CSUN and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, one of the oldest and highest-ranked academic institutions in Latin America, have signed an agreement to partner in the creation of a Los Angeles-based center that will focus on scholarship and research on Mexico and Latin America. Read more about the partnership.

President Dianne F. Harrison
CSUN Connects to Students During Super Sunday
CSUN joined CSU campuses from throughout the state at Super Sunday, an annual event where campus leaders visit predominately African-American churches to boost college enrollment. Read more about Super Sunday.
Sid the Science Kid
Valley Performing Arts Center Expands Its Children’s Programming
The Valley Performing Arts Center recently announced plans to expand its programming aimed at children and families to include shows like “Jim Henson’s Sid the Science Kid: Live!” Read more about VPAC’s family fun.
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Upcoming Events

Jewish Historical Perspective
Jewish Women in Historical Perspective
Thu., March 6, 9:15 a.m.
The social and religious lives of ancient and medieval Jewish women. Read more
CSUN Mens's basketball
Men’s Basketball vs. Long Beach
Thu., March 6, 7 p.m.
Last home game of the season! Read more
Savion Glover
Savion Glover’s STePz
Fri., March 7, 8 p.m.
A celebration of tap dance to sound and sound to dance. Read more

Focus on Alumni & Community

Ninth Annual EOH Technical Symposium, March 5

Join the Environmental and Occupational Health Alumni Association at their annual event that includes professional development and speakers. Registration is required.

Hip-Hop Conference Draws Hundreds

Scholars, activists, students and performers gathered at CSUN for a two-day conference that examined hip-hop and how it connects people of color through incarceration and deportation.

KCSN News Wins Two Golden Mike Awards

CSUN’s acclaimed public radio station KCSN-FM (88.5) received two “Golden Mike” awards from the Radio and Television News Association (RTNA) of Southern California.


CSUN in the News

Lewis Yablonsky, CSUN Sociologist Fascinated by Sociopaths, Dies at 89

The New York Times

Alumnus Cheech Marin’s New Starring Role: Art Collector

What’s Up

CSUN’s KCSN Part of Billboard’s Triple A Chart Makeover



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