Sep. 13, 2016
Volume 4, Edition 5
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Matadors Clean Up Campus and Community

As part of the second annual Matador Day of Service, approximately 400 CSUN students participated in a community cleanup to be good neighbors and make the area around campus more beautiful.

Rosa Angulo-Barroso is exploring the effects of iron supplementation on the motor development of infants

CSUN Kinesiology Professor Studies Effects of Iron on Infants Across the Globe

Research by CSUN kinesiology professor and international collaborator Rosa Angulo-Barroso is exploring the effects of iron supplementation on the motor development of infants, and their preliminary findings are positive.

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Alumnus Cameron Mooney helps underserved kids through Music Therapy.

CSUN Music Therapy Graduate Rekindles Hope for Grieving Children

CSUN music therapy alumnus Cameron Mooney spends his time working with the Dee Dee Jackson Foundation to provide support for underserved kids who suffer from grief or loss by connecting them with music.

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Upcoming Events

Sandy Brown’s  “Oh, Yes She Did!” is live at CSUN on September 22.

Sandy Brown’s “Oh, Yes She Did!” Live at CSUN

Thur, Sept. 22, 5 p.m.
Winner of the NAACP Award for “Best One-Person Show,” the show is a thrilling, theatrical ride starring HBO Actress and Comedienne Sandy Brown, blending drama, humor, song, dance and multi-media.

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CSUN men's soccer takes on San Diego on September 22 at 7 p.m.

Men’s Soccer vs. San Diego

Thur, Sept. 22, 7 p.m.
Cheer on your Matadors as they take on San Diego at the Matador Soccer Field. Get to the game early for free food, music and prize giveaways in the parking lot next to the field.

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Philharmonia Orchestra features conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen at VPAC on October 5.

Philharmonia Orchestra at VPAC

Wed, Oct. 5, 8 p.m.
Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen has a restless innovation that marks him as one of the most important artists in classical music. The Philharmonia Orchestra is one of the world’s great orchestras and is widely acknowledged as one of the United Kingdom’s foremost musical pioneers.

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Focus on Faculty & Staff


Walkability Wednesday, Sept. 14

Hosted by CSUN’s Institute for Community Health & Wellbeing, Walkability Wednesdays, take place from Noon to 12:45 every Wednesday, and feature guest speakers and walk leaders. This week, join David Boyns, director of the Institute, for a walk through campus and a discussion of this year’s program and the different walking paths established on campus.

Benefits and Wellness Fair, Sept. 20

Make the most of Open Enrollment: Benefit plan representatives will be available from 9 to 11 a.m. to answer your questions, and several of our campus partners will be present to share information, products and services available on campus to support your well-being. In addition, appointments are available for a free health screening from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

CalPERS One-on-One Retirement Consultations, Sept. 20

Following the Benefits and Wellness Fair, 30-minute One-on-One consultations are available with a CalPERS representative to assist with planning your retirement.


CSUN in the News


Former CSUN Professor and Baseball Coach Dick Enberg is Rounding Third and Heading Home After a Glorious Career

Los Angeles Times

Marilyn Magaram Center Celebrates 25 Years of Health and Nutrition Education

San Fernando Sun

Alumnus and Hall of Fame Boxer Bobby Chacon Dies at 64

New York Times