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President Harrison's Statement on White House Executive Orders

To the Campus Community:
I share the deep concern of many in our campus community over the recent actions of the new White House administration. While we are diligently monitoring changes in policies and practices of the new administration, I want to focus on what we have been doing at CSUN, and more importantly, what many of our lawmakers in California have been doing. Our California lawmakers are proactively countering the President's immigration orders as they relate to Californians, in particular our Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and other undocumented students. Read the President's full statement.


Mark Schilling teaching class. CSUN Professor Wins Top Mathematics Prize

It might seem reasonable to believe a random event is always, by its very nature, unpredictable. However, mathematics would beg to differ. Mark Schilling, a professor of mathematics at California State University, Northridge, has won the Mathematical Association of America’s (MAA) 2017 Chauvenet Prize for an article he wrote on the subject of probability. Continue reading about Mark Schilling.

Nury Martinez speaking about human trafficking elimination at a press conference. CSUN Helps Local Government Draw Battle Lines in Fight to Eradicate Human Trafficking in the San Fernando Valley

Van Nuys had been a hotspot for human trafficking and prostitution for more than three decades. In 2016, after increased security efforts within the surrounding area, the Valley Bureau Human Trafficking Task Force made more than 500 arrests, issued more than 3,000 citations and rescued 10 human trafficking victims — eight were minors. Continue reading about the Task Force.

Jim Snyder holding a fish on a riverbank.CSUN Alum Goes From Valley Boy to Mountain Man

California State University, Northridge alumnus Jim Snyder ’84 (Political Science) graduated from CSUN, then found the culinary world captured his interest and his heart. As a Northridge native, Snyder was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley city and eventually went on to attend college at CSUN. Continue reading about Jim Snyder.

Photo of Kenya LopezLiving the American Dream

Kenya Lopez was just a couple weeks into her academic journey at California State University, Northridge when she sat in the audience during the 2014 Freshman Convocation on the Delmar T. Oviatt Library lawn. Like so many students at the outset of their college careers, Kenya was filled with ambition and anticipation for the challenge ahead of her. She was living the American Dream. Continue reading about Kenya Lopez.

CSUN Student helping a woman with her tax forms. CSUN Students Provide Free Tax Preparation Assistance for Low-Income People.

California State University, Northridge (CSUN) launches the 2017 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic, offering free assistance with state and federal tax preparation to low-income individuals and families, including non-English speakers, people with disabilities and veterans, from Jan. 28 through April 15 at CSUN and satellite locations throughout the San Fernando Valley. Continue reading about the Free Tax Preparation Assistance at CSUN.

 

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Zika Virus Information

While there are no reports of the Zika virus on the CSUN campus, the Klotz Student Health Center is sharing recommendations relating to travel and information on the virus from the Centers for Disease Control, the American College Heath Association and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. To access this information, please click here.