Feb. 28, 2017
Volume 4, Edition 27
Trouble loading? View this email online.

California Supreme Court Justice Cuéllar Shares His Life’s Journey

During a recent talk on campus, Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar answered questions from CSUN students about his educational journey, the importance of diversity and the complexity of immigration issues.

CSUN Physical Therapy students get help from Dodgers and Campanella Foundations.

Dodgers and Campanella Foundations Nurture CSUN PT Program

The CSUN Department of Physical Therapy, which has a longstanding partnership with the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation and the Roy and Roxie Campanella Foundation, came together to celebrate the 20 CSUN students who received the Roy and and Roxie Campanella Scholarship for the 2016-17 academic year.

Read More +

Discuss on Facebook +


CSUN’s VITA Tax Clinic Works with Sen. Hertzberg and Citi Community Development in San Fernando

Sen. Bob Hertzberg has announced a partnership with Citi and CSUN’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic to help improve the financial situations of thousands of struggling low-income families and stimulate economic development in San Fernando by encouraging residents to take advantage of free state and federal tax preparation services offered by CSUN accounting students.

Read More +

Discuss on Facebook +


Upcoming Events

The John Cassavetes feature Faces appears at the Armer Theatre on March 2.

John Cassavetes Retrospective: Faces at Armer Theatre

Thur, March 2, 6:45 p.m.
John Cassavetes puts a disintegrating marriage under the microscope in the searing Faces. Shot in high-contrast 16 mm black and white, the film follows the futile attempts of the captain of industry Richard and his wife, Maria.

Attend this Event +

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet performs at Valley Performing Arts Center on March 3.

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet at VPAC

Fri, March 3, 8 p.m.
Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, America’s most revered contemporary ballet company, partners with VPAC in the second year of its residency to co-commission a new piece by Los Angeles choreographer Cherice Barton.

Attend this Event +

CSUN Basketball teams hold Senior Day on March 4, celebrating both men's and women's teams.

Senior Day Basketball Doubleheader

Sat, March 4, 2 and 7:30 p.m.
Seniors Emily Cole and Aaron Parks will play their final regular-season games in the Matadome as both teams prepare for the Big West Conference Tournament.

Attend this Event +


Focus on Faculty & Staff


Community Emergency Response Team

Do you want to take your preparedness to the next level? Sign up for the free Community Emergency Response Team program, instructed by the Los Angeles Fire Department. Class begins March 8.

Read More +

Black Alumni Brunch and Awards Celebration, March 4

Purchase your tickets today for this special event, where influential Matadors Debra Hammond, Andre Chevalier and Christopher Holmes will be honored. Your attendance also helps raise money for scholarships.

Read More +

Students Can Apply for BUILD PODER by March 3

BUILD PODER is recruiting for the Fall 2017 cohort. This unique research training program is funded by the National Institutes of Health. Students can receive up to 60 percent off tuition, research training and professional development, funding for travel and research, and one-on-one faculty mentorship. Qualifying students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher and have at least two years left at CSUN before they graduate. Applications are due at 5 p.m. on March 3.

Read More +

Understanding & Responding to Campus Sexual Violence, March 6

It’s on all of us to create and maintain a campus climate where sexual and interpersonal violence are not tolerated. This presentation will include skill-building components to help you feel more confident about helping survivors in a trauma-informed way as well as how to engage in university prevention efforts and strategies for bystander intervention.

Read More +

Walkability Wednesday, with President Harrison, March 8

Join President Dianne F. Harrison for a walk through campus.

Read More +

Adult Swim Lessons at the SRC

CSUN students, faculty and staff interested in improving their swimming ability can sign up for Adult Swim Lessons. Participants can choose to take either beginner or intermediate 30-minute lessons with trained instructors. Each class is scheduled two days a week for four consecutive weeks in April.

Read More +


CSUN in the News


Modern-Day ‘Hidden Figure’ Shares Her Inspiring Journey as a Female Rocket Scientist: ‘I Wanted to Own the Fact That I Was a Woman’


Reggie Theus on Bill Russell’s Lasting Impact on Kings

Sacramento Kings

How CSUN Put the Brakes on Parking Lot Crime

Campus Safety Magazine