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Jan. 27, 2015
Volume 2, Edition 20
Nate Thomas

CSUN Film Professor to Receive One of the CSU’s Highest Honors

CSUN film professor Nate Thomas’ dedication to his students and the craft of movie making is being recognized by the California State University with one of the system’s highest honors for faculty and staff — the Wang Family Excellence Award. Read more about the award.

NASA, JPL Grant Supports CSUN’s Effort to Make Math and Science Fun
Thanks to a continuing grant from NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, two CSUN professors of science education are leading a team to meet the needs of elementary and middle-school children by targeting the next generation of teachers. Read more about the grant.
Dwayne Cantrell
CSUN Celebrates Black History Month
From a walkthrough history museum that will introduce CSUN’s campus to black history, to Super Sunday and the Harambee High School Student Conference, which encourages African-American students to attend college, February will be filled with inspirational events in celebration of Black History Month. Read more about Black History Month.
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Upcoming Events

Members Women’s Basketball  Team

Women’s Basketball vs. UC Riverside

Thu., Jan. 29, 4 p.m.

After a huge win, the Matadors come home. Read More

Advertisement for Farmers Market

CSUN Farmer’s Market Opening Ceremony

Tue., Feb. 3, 9:45 a.m.

Located on Magnolia Walk. Read More

Dinosaur characters

Jim Henson’s Dinosaur Train Live: Buddy’s Big Adventure at VPAC

Sat., Feb. 7, 1 and 4 p.m.

Take this fun-filled trip back in time. Read More


Focus on Faculty & Staff

FYI: Faculty and Staff News

For Your Information this week features information and opportunities about the Bianchi Planetarium, Fee Waiver and Tuition Reduction Benefits, and Sabbatical Leave Notices.

Free Yoga is Back for Faculty and Staff — Every Tuesday this Spring

Join CSUN yoga instructors every Tuesday this spring from 11 a.m. to noon for yoga structured to accommodate all levels. This class is a combination of stretching and strengthening hatha yoga poses and vinyasa flow used to help find balance in mind and body.

Police Services Launch 911 Campaign

CSUN’s Department of Police Services has launched its biennial 911 Campaign to increase awareness across campus about how to contact university police in the event of a police, medical or fire emergency, dialing (818) 677-2111 if using a cell phone or 911 from a campus phone.


CSUN in the News

CSUN Alumna Eva Longoria Speaks Out on Latino Shows

Latin Post

CSUN Basketball Coach Reggie Theus Talks about Coaching Your Son

Los Angeles Times

CSUN Alumna Linda Lingle Joins Illinois Governor’s Transition Team

WTTW-Chicago Tonight


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