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Nov. 4, 2014
Volume 2, Edition 12
CSUN Students at Commencement

CSUN Earns High National Rankings for Social Mobility and Degrees to Minorities

The annual Social Mobility Index ranked CSUN fifth in the nation for its impact on the improved earning power and economic prospects of its graduates and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education website ranked CSUN No. 16 on its 2014 list of Top 100 Degree Producers to students of color. Read more about the rankings.

Eric Edson top art professor.
CSUN Has Top Art Professor in Los Angeles
Eric Edson, professor and the director of the graduate program in screenwriting at CSUN, has been named one of the top 15 art professors in Los Angeles by The Art Career Project experts. Read more about Edson.
Reggie Theus at Kings Game
CSUN’s Reggie Theus King For a Day
CSUN Men’s Basketball Coach Reggie Theus was honored by the Sacramento Kings as one of their 1985 Legends, as Theus was a member of the first team to play in California’s capital. Read more about Theus.
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Upcoming Events

CSUN soccer player

Men’s Soccer vs. Cal State Fullerton

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

With a win, the Matadors can make the Big West Tourney. Read More

Scott Holden

Guest Artist Recital: Scott Holden, Piano

Fri., Nov. 7, 7:30 p.m.

Pianist with effortless technique. Read More

Los Lobos and Los Lonely Boys

Los Lobos and Los Lonely Boys at VPAC

Sat., Nov. 8, 8 p.m.

Latino alt-rock legends. Read More


Focus on Alumni & Community

CSUN Hosts Family Focus Resource Fair for Kids with Special Needs, Nov. 8

CSUN, in conjunction with the Family Focus Resource and Empowerment Center and the DEAF Project, will be hosting a special needs resource fair on Saturday, Nov. 8.

Cleantech in the San Fernando Valley

CSUN hosted a hearing, chaired by State Sen. Fran Pavley, on how the San Fernando Valley can respond to the growing cleantech industry.

CSUN Festival to Celebrate Culture of Latin America

Starting Nov. 12, the first-annual Latin American Cultural and Film Festival will celebrate the rich artistic contributions of a region that stretches from the tip of South America to Mexico during a weeklong series of free events at CSUN.


CSUN in the News

CSUN and other CSU Campuses Awarded $60 million in Federal Grants to Help Diversify Biomedical Research

Los Angeles Times

Senators Hold CSUN Cleantech Hearing

San Fernando Valley Business Journal

CSUN Hosts Karate Kid Filmmakers for Special Screening



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