CSUN Prof Receives Fellowships for Book on Historic Roles Latinos, Asian Americans Played in the Fight for Environmental Justice
Efforts to save the country from the ravages of climate change will not succeed unless everyone is part of the solution. For that to happen, argues California State University, Northridge Chicana/o studies professor Stevie Ruiz, conservationists are going to need to understand the history of environmental justice in the United States. Continue reading about how CSUN Professor Ruiz's role Played in the Fight for Environmental Justice.
Showcasing the expertise of powerful and influential women across myriad fields, including politics, biomedicine, business, engineering, green energy, law and technology, the CSUN David Nazarian College of Business and Economics partnered with the Valley Industry & Commerce Association (VICA) for its second-annual “Extraordinary Women in Leadership” event. Continue reading about how CSUN President Calls for More Women and People of Color in Leadership.
CSUN will host a virtual Earth Month in April, celebrating sustainability and environmentalism. Associated Students, the Institute for Sustainability, the Food Pantry and other campus organizations have come together to offer workshops, virtual tours and webinars all month long. One notable series of events is the Virtual Tours offered by Outdoor Adventures. Continue reading about how CSUN Prepares for Earth Month.
A historic appointment in the New Jersey court system represents the one word most firmly connected with what the judicial system strives to be. The word is fairness, and it is one of the reasons why CSUN alumna Judge Sheila A. Venable ’78 (Political Science) believes it is important to have a bench that is more representative of the public it serves. Continue reading about how CSUN Alumna Venable Receives Historic Judicial Appointment.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) have recognized five CSUN alumni with 2020-21 Teacher of the Year awards. Five alumni were selected to receive LAUSD Teacher of the Year, and one was also honored by the county. The awards recognize educators for their expertise, success, creativity and devotion to their students and the teaching profession. Continue reading about how CSUN Alumni are Honored as Teachers of the Year.