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Mar. 31, 2015
Volume 2, Edition 29
Alexxa Wimberly and Stephanie Morales

CSUN’s Peer Mentoring Programs Provide a Bridge to a Bright Academic Future

CSUN has established multiple initiatives such as the Outreach Internship Program that help local high school and community college students to learn more about the value of higher education from current CSUN students. In many cases, these prospective students are learning for the first time that a college degree is within reach. Read more about these near peer programs.

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CSUN Honors the Legacy of Cesar Chavez
CSUN campus organizations hosted the fifth-annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair to promote community involvement and honor the legacy of Cesar Chavez, whose birthday falls on March 31. Read more about Cesar Chavez Service Fair.
Elaine Berke
Educational Opportunities for Students with Special Needs Motivate CSUN Philanthropist
Elaine Berke’s generosity and philanthropic spirit led to the Michael D. Eisner College of Education’s Berke Assessment Clinic and Library. The Berke Assessment Clinic and Library serves local residents by offering low- or no-cost learning assessments to children with learning differences. Read more about Elaine Berke.
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Upcoming Events

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Sand Volleyball vs. Long Beach State

Tue., March 31, 2 p.m.

Catch the close of the inaugural season on the sand. Read More

Distinguished Alumni Awards

CSUN 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards

Sat., April 18, 6:30 p.m.

Judy Baca, Paul Jennings and Donald Petrie are honored. Read More


Martha Graham Dance Company at VPAC

Sat., April 18, 8 p.m.

Combining masterpieces by Graham and contemporary dance. Read More


Focus on Alumni & Community

CSUN to Get into “Fool Swing” to Raise Money for Scholarships, April 1

The faculty and students in CSUN’s music department will be in “fool swing” to raise money for student scholarships.

Inside the Industry: Cyber Security Panel, April 2

Find out how cyber security affects business security, learn the latest trends in the field and uncover how to get your foot in the door.

CSUN Students Win National Manufacturing Careers Contest

Two CSUN students were recently awarded the first-place prize for The Miller Ingenuity Challenge, a national competition aimed at encouraging more individuals to pursue careers in the manufacturing industry.


CSUN in the News

L.A. Times Notes CSUN as Cost-Saving Exemplar

Los Angeles Times

CSUN Alumnus and Legendary Comedian Phil Hartman Started as a Graphic Designer

Fast Company Design

Fashion TEQ Founder and CSUN Alumna to Take Women’s Wearables by Storm

Latin Post

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