July 7, 2020
Volume 7, Edition 27
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CSUN Details Plans for Fall Semester, Launches ‘CSUN as One’ Website

CSUN announced details for a primarily virtual fall semester, with a handful of courses and labs being offered face-to-face, to equip students to realize bright futures through CSUN’s transformative education. Named “CSUN as One,” CSUN launched a website for the campus’ fall 2020 instruction and operational plans.


Asian American Studies Celebrates 30 Years of Giving the Community a Voice On Campus

Asian American students were involved in some of CSUN’s earliest pushes for ethnic studies classes. Thirty years after the department was officially established, it is home to trailblazing faculty members and students who analyze the experience and contributions of people of Asian ancestry in the United States.

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Minimizing the ‘COVID Slide’ for Students During the Summer

Many parents and educators are worried about a “COVID slide,” where students fail to retain any new information learned before and during the pandemic — especially over the summer. Wendy Murawski, executive director and Eisner Endowed Chair for the Center for Teaching and Learning in CSUN’s Michael D. Eisner College of Education, offered tips to help children retain what they’ve learned.

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Focus on Faculty & Staff


CSUN Honors Four Exceptional Graduate Students for Thesis and Project Work

CSUN’s Division of Academic Affairs has selected four exceptional graduate students as the winners of the 2020 Distinguished Thesis/Graduate Project Competition, with each receiving a $1,000 award and recognition from the university. The Distinguished Thesis/Graduate Project Competition recognizes the outstanding scholarship and research of Matadors at the graduate level.

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