Aug. 4, 2020
Volume 7, Edition 36
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CSUN Nazarian College to Help Small Businesses Deal with Pandemic Fallout

Top undergraduate and MBA students — members of the Small Business Consulting Program in the CSUN David Nazarian College of Business and Economics — will help small, San Fernando Valley-based businesses address challenges caused by temporary closures and other restrictive measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. The goal is to get these businesses back on the path to success.


CSUN President, Campus Leaders, Alumni and Supporters Driving Valley Business

CSUN’s impact and influence were highlighted in the San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s latest “The Valley 200” list, a look at the area’s most influential individuals. The list features 42 Matadors, including President Dianne F. Harrison and CSUN Nazarian College Dean Chandra Subramaniam and Executive-in-Residence Wendy Greuel. Harrison and Greuel were recognized among “Icons of Influence” — the area’s top 20 influencers.

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Randy Hook rides a horse on city streets with the Compton Cowboys.

The Cowboy Who Helped Burnish Compton’s Image

Randy Hook ’16 (M.A., Music Industry Administration) is a member of the Compton Cowboys group that has recently received media attention for its positive work in the community. The CSUN alumnus is working to change the image of a city, mentoring children and bringing light to the overlooked history of Black cowboys.

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Focus on Alumni & Community


CSUN ‘Open University’ Offers Fall Classes to the Public

Advance your career or learn something new through a fall class at CSUN. You don’t have to be a CSUN student to register. Choose from more than 5,800 virtual classes offered by dozens of departments. The fall semester starts Aug. 22.

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