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March 25, 2014
Volume 1, Edition 18

Matadors push back

Matadors Push South Carolina to the Brink in NCAA Tournament

Playing in their first NCAA Tournament in nearly two decades, the CSUN women’s basketball team lost 73-58 to South Carolina Sunday afternoon in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament in Seattle, Wash. However, the Matadors looked like anything but a 16 seed in the match-up with the top-seeded Gamecocks. Read more about the tournament.

Jane Small
New Scholarship Encourages Disability Advocacy
Jane Small dedicated her life to championing the rights of people with disabilities. Her work will now inspire a new generation of advocates as CSUN awards the first scholarships in Small’s honor next month. Read more about the scholarship.
TADW students rehearse a dance last summer
Registration Now Open for CSUN’s Summer Youth Programs
The students on CSUN’s campus will look a little younger this summer as CSUN offers a series of youth enrichment programs and camps for elementary, middle and high schoolers. Read more about the summer programs.
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Upcoming Events

CSUN baseball players.
Baseball vs. Long Beach State “Red Rally Day”
Fri., March 28, 3 p.m.
Conference opener for the Matadors!
Read more
Doc Severinsen and His Big Band
Doc Severinsen and His Big Band with Mary Wilson of the Supremes
Fri., March 28, 8 p.m.
Two legends perform.
Read more
John Anderson and Tracy Lawrence
John Anderson and Tracy Lawrence: Americana & More
Sat., March 29, 8 p.m.
Join us for an acoustic evening. Read more

Focus on Faculty & Staff

Nominations Sought for Outstanding Senior

With the academic year in its home stretch, now is the time to nominate students for the 2014 Outstanding Senior Award.

CSUN Women In STEM Research, March 26

Join professors Cheryl Van Buskirk (Biology), Paula Fischhaber (Chemistry/Biochemistry) and Robinson Cecil (Geological Sciences) for a fascinating discussion and show-and-tell of their current research in the STEM fields.

Men’s and Women’s Health Issues, March 28

All faculty and staff are invited to a conversation with physicians from Facey Medical Group, Northridge about men’s and women’s health issues and the latest information on health guidelines, testing, and technology.


CSUN in the News

Alumna Re-appointed to CSU Board

LA Times

Separating Twins in School Not Always Best Practice, Professor Says

St. Louis Public Radio

U.S. Dept. of Labor Official Discusses Accessible Technology and CSUN Conference

U.S Department of Labor Blog


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