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Oct. 28, 2014
Volume 2, Edition 11
Diverse CSUN students at graduation

NIH Awards CSUN $22 Million Grant, Largest Ever for University

The National Institutes of Health award, which is the largest single grant the university has ever received, will fund BUILD@CSUN, an ambitious attempt to change the way traditionally underrepresented minority students are mentored and trained as they set off on a career path as biomedical researchers. Read more about the grant-funded program.

Tyler Dorrel
Living the Dodger Dream for CSUN Graduate
Tyler Dorrel made it to the big leagues interning for the Dodgers on their medical staff before completing his graduate program in physical therapy at CSUN. Read more about Dorrel's internship.
dancers at event
CSUN’s Chicana/o Studies Celebrated 45th Anniversary with Benefit Concert
Mariachi, conjuntos, ballet folklorico and so much more helped commemorate the anniversary for the Chicana/o Studies program. Read more about benefit event.
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Upcoming Events

Women's soccer finale

Women’s Soccer vs. Hawaii

Sun., Nov. 2, 2 p.m.

Matadors’ final regular-season match. Read More

Czech Philharmonic

Czech Philharmonic at the VPAC

Wed., Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m.

Led by conductor and music director Jiri Belohlavek. Read More

Nury Martinez

Women in L.A. Politics

Thur., Nov 6, 6 p.m.

Featuring Councilwoman Nury Martinez ’96 (Political Science), Wendy Greuel and Joy Picus. Read More


Focus on Alumni & Community

CSUN Economics Profs to Sign Book on ‘Economics of the Undead,’ Oct. 30

CSUN economics professor Glen Whitman and finance professor James Dow will provide their apocalyptic economic expertise when they discuss their book, Economics of the Undead: Zombies, Vampires and the Dismal Science.

Hollywood-area Alumni Mixer, Nov. 3

Multiple CSU campuses from up and down the state have joined forces to bring you an evening of networking with fellow CSU alumni at Madera Kitchen in Hollywood.

Inside the Industry: Early Childhood Education, Nov. 6

Come hear what CSUN alumni have to share about career paths in early childhood education.


CSUN in the News

CSUN Alumna Anita Sarkeesian Bravely Confronts Sexist Video Gaming Culture

Los Angeles Times

CSUN Professor Works To Combat Nursing Shortage

KCBS Los Angeles

Ryan Adams, Sarah McLachlan to headline KCSN FM benefit gigs

Los Angeles Times


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