Jan. 26, 2021
Volume 6, Edition 13
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Matadors Deliver the Vaccine

Students and alumni of CSUN’s health programs were instrumental in delivering the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in California. Dozens of CSUN nursing students are assisting with vaccinations at local hospitals. In Northern California, Terri Stratton ’78 (Health Science), M.P.H. ’85 (Public Health), the chief executive officer of El Dorado Community Health Centers, is overseeing efforts to vaccinate thousands of individuals in her community.


CSUN President Beck: ‘Our Work Holds the Promise of a Brighter Future’

In her first remarks to CSUN’s faculty, new university President Erika D. Beck reinforced the connection of the institution’s work to its loftiest purposes, noting that its commitment to inclusive excellence makes it a role model in public higher education.

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Artistic shot of the CSUN Library and mountains in the background.

Important Dates for the Spring 2021 Semester

From registration through commencement, here are the dates you need to know to succeed in the spring semester.

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Focus on Students


Spring 2021 Registration 

Online registration continues for the first four weeks of classes. Wait-listing continues through Jan. 31. Starting Feb. 1, permission numbers are required to add all classes.

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Meet The Clubs, Jan. 26-27

Although we’re currently in a virtual environment, our organizations have been finding many awesome ways to keep students engaged and connected. Meet the Clubs will give you the opportunity to interact with these organizations.

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A Conversation with Alumnus Steven Parker, Campaign Political Director for Sen. Jon Ossoff, Jan. 28

RSVP for this conversation with CSUN alumnus Steven Parker (Political Science) who was political director on the campaign of Georgia Sen. Jon Ossoff, one of the most watched Senate campaigns in the country.

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The Innovation Corps Program Starts Feb. 5

The CSUN Innovation Corps program is intended for any student who’s interested in evaluating their idea for a business. In under 10 hours, you will learn to turn your idea into a product or service for a viable venture. Participants will receive up to $3,000 to help interview customers and receive authentic feedback on their concept.

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Men’s Soccer’s Daniel Trejo Drafted in First Round by LAFC

CSUN forward Daniel Trejo was selected by Los Angeles Football Club in the first round of the Major League Soccer SuperDraft. He’s the second Matador ever selected in the SuperDraft first round.

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