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Jan. 13, 2015
Volume 2, Edition 18
Homero Magaña

CSUN Alumnus Recognized by First Lady at White House Summit

CSUN alumnus Homero Magaña M.A. ’12 (Educational Administration) introduced First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House College Opportunity Day of Action in Washington, D.C., joining hundreds of other national education leaders, including CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison. Read more about the College Opportunity Day of Action.

student art work
CSUN Hosts 18th Annual High School Art Invitational
CSUN will host its 18th Annual High School Art Invitational from Jan. 12 to 31. Students and faculty from more than 30 San Fernando Valley high schools will display their art. Read more about the invitational.
David Nazarian
Re-Accreditation Places CSUN’s Nazarian College in Top 5 Percent
The David Nazarian College of Business and Economics at CSUN has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International, a distinction earned by less than 5 percent of the world’s business programs. Read more about the re-accreditation.
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Upcoming Events

Matador women

Women’s Basketball vs. UC Santa Barbara

Thu., Jan. 15, 7 p.m.

The Matadors take on the Gauchos in Big West action. Read More

Vanessa Williams

An Evening with Vanessa Williams at VPAC

Fri., Jan. 16, 8 p.m.

Glitz and glamour will fill the Great Hall. Read More

Helen Cox

Solar Energy Workshop

Tue., Jan. 27, 6:30 p.m.

Learn how to go solar. Read More


Focus on Faculty & Staff

Resolve to Reduce Stress in 2015, Jan. 14

LifeMatters, your CSUN Employee Assistance Provider (EAP), will host “7 Strategies for Less Stress,” a fun and fast-paced review of simple and effective ways to release yourself from the negative effects of stress and boost your own well-being.

Flu Shots at the Klotz Student Health Center

Flu season usually peaks in January or February, but it can occur as late as May. The flu vaccine is your best protection against the flu this season. It is not too late to get the vaccine, which has been shown to offer substantial other benefits, including reducing illness, antibiotic use, time lost from work, hospitalizations and deaths.

CSUN’s New 1.5 Alive Program

CSUN’s Matador Athletics, the Department of Kinesiology and the Office of Human Resources have partnered to launch 1.5 Alive, a new wellness program aimed at getting faculty and staff more physically active.


CSUN in the News

CSUN Basketball Floor Has ‘Unique’ Design

Fox Sports

CSUN Among Schools to Receive Works from the Andy Warhol Foundation

Los Angeles Times

KCSN Benefit Brings ‘Smart Rock’ to VPAC

Hollywood Reporter


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