Mar. 30, 2021
Volume 6, Edition 19
Trouble loading? View this email online.

Political Science Alumna
Sheila Venable Receives Historic Judicial Appointment

CSUN alumna Judge Sheila A. Venable ’78 (Political Science) was appointed assignment judge of the largest court vicinage in New Jersey. Venable, who believes it is important to have a judicial bench that is representative of the public it serves, is the first Black judge to hold the position. She has now twice been promoted by the chief justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, and has also received judicial appointments from two New Jersey governors — a recognition of Venable’s stellar work, integrity and talent.


Forbes: CSUN One of America’s Best Midsize Employers

Forbes has ranked CSUN as one of America’s top 100 midsize employers for 2021. CSUN is No. 52 on the overall list, and No. 6 on the educational employers list. The ranking was based on a survey of employees across the United States.

Read More +

CSUN President Erika D. Beck

At VICA, Nazarian College Event, CSUN President Calls for More Women, People of Color in Leadership

Speaking at the virtual Extraordinary Women in Leadership event hosted by the Valley Industry and Commerce Association and CSUN’s Nazarian College, President Erika D. Beck encouraged leaders across numerous fields to cultivate talent and leadership at all levels, so more women and people of color can ascend to CEO jobs.

Read More +


Focus on Students


AS/USU Elections, April 6-7

Have your say in choosing the Associated Students officers and University Student Union Board of Directors who will make an impact on the university experience.

Read More +

YOU@CSUN: A New Online Wellness Platform

YOU is a comprehensive well-being platform designed to enhance student mental health, physical health, academic success and social connections. YOU connects users to articles, campus resources, self-assessments and opportunities for goal-setting.

Read More +

César Chávez Day, March 31

In honor of the lasting impact and legacy of César Chávez, CSUN will be formally closed, including virtual operations, in observance of the César Chávez holiday on March 31. The Department of Police Services will operate during the closure and can be reached at (818) 677-2111.

Read More +

CSUN Gets Ready For Earth Month

CSUN will host a virtual Earth Month in April, celebrating sustainability and environmentalism. Associated Students, the Institute for Sustainability, the Food Pantry and other campus organizations have come together to offer workshops, virtual tours and webinars all month long.

Read More +

Summer 2021 Registration

Nonrestrictive registration for all three summer sessions begins April 1. CSUN and visiting students may enroll; no appointment is needed. Repeating courses previously taken at CSUN is permitted.

Read More +