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Beatriz Cortez’ Generosity CSUN Professor Awarded Inaugural Frieze LIFEWTR Sculpture Prize

California State University, Northridge Central American studies professor Beatriz Cortez is the recipient of the inaugural Frieze LIFEWTR Sculpture Prize and will create a major new work for Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Continue reading about LIFEWTR Sculpture.

The nFlux team CSUN Innovation Incubator Team Snags Spot in Amazon Alexa Accelerator

The CSUN Innovation Incubator is celebrating the recent success of four of its own alumni, who were accepted into the Amazon Alexa Accelerator in Seattle. Continue reading about CSUN's Innovation Incubator Team.

CChris Salvano CSUN Library Unveils New Home for Oviatt Library Map Collection

The Oviatt Library Map Collection at California State University, Northridge provides access to thousands of flat maps, atlases and reference materials, as well as study and consultation space and a public geographic information system (GIS). The collection is now open in room OV26, located on the garden level of the Delmar T. Oviatt Library. Continue reading about Oviatt Library Map Collection.

CSUN VITA clinicians assisting student with tax-preparation services. CSUN VITA Clinic Awarded Grant to Expand Cost-Free Tax Preparation Services Throughout L.A. County

California State University, Northridge’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic recently was awarded a CSU5+ VITA grant for $351,750 by the state of California to continue helping low-income taxpayers manage their finances through cost-free tax preparation services. Continue reading about CSUN VITA Clinic.

Kristen Walker CSUN Prof to Explore the Acquisition of Technology in California Schools

School districts across the country increasingly rely on information technology — whether it’s YouTube videos or educational software and apps — as part of their lesson plans. Continue reading about technology in California Schools.

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