Jan. 19, 2016
Volume 3, Edition 20
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CSUN Grad Student Helped Shape Redmayne’s Danish Girl

An email from Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne to Cadence Valentine was the impetus for the CSUN graduate student to help the actor shape the role in The Danish Girl that just garnered him another Academy Award nomination.

Treshelle Edmond on Broadway.

Treshelle Edmond Lights Up Broadway the Matador Way

The Broadway production Spring Awakenings has given alumna Treshelle Edmond the opportunity to work alongside Oscar winners in the critically acclaimed Deaf West Theatre play.

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CSUN mentors honored by EOP.

CSUN Mentors Recognized by EOP

Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students William Watkins, Edward Jankiewicz, Sean Murray and co-founder of EOP the late Raul Aragon were honored for helping CSUN students with the Don Dorsey Excellence in Mentoring Awards.

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Upcoming Events

Sustainability workshop.

Go Green and Save Green Workshop

Thur, Jan. 21, 6 p.m.
Come learn how to save money on your electric, gas and water bills while living a more sustainable life.

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Women's basketball on January 23.

Women’s Basketball vs. Hawaii

Sat, Jan. 23, 4 p.m.
Fans with a military ID get into The Matadome for free to watch the Matadors take on the University of Hawaii. The first 500 fans in attendance will receive Sports Chalet mystery cards.

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Bobby and Taylor McFerrin at VPAC on January 29.

Bobby McFerrin With Special Guest Taylor McFerrin

Fri, Jan. 29, 8 p.m.
Award-winning singer Bobby McFerrin opens up his 2016 tour at CSUN’s VPAC with a special performance with his son Taylor, a DJ, keyboardist and beat-boxer. This is the only performance on the tour featuring father and son.

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Focus on Faculty & Staff


Flu shots are still available 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.

Portfolium Announces Winners of Fall Challenge and Plans Future Contests

Three CSUN students were recently honored as winners of Portfolium challenge to showcase their academic, professional and extracurricular work. Portfolium is an electronic, collaborative eportfolio system for students and alumni that CSUN adopted in September 2014, joining more than 2,000 universities using the product.

CSUN Finance Professors Win Globally Prestigious William F. Sharpe Award

Professors in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, James Chong and Michael Phillips were recognized by the international economics community with this prestigious award.


CSUN in the News


Real Life Danish Girl: CSUN Grad Student Involved in Film


CSUN Interns Participate in MLK Parade in Washington D.C.

The Washington Post

CSUN Athletics Announces Matador Passport Series