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    ‘Luchasaurus,’ a Reptilian Antihero and CSUN Alum

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    Follow the Rainbow: CSUN Pride Year-Round

  • CSUN Assistant professor of astronomy Wladimir Lyra.

    CSUN Prof’s Work Hints at Future of the Solar System

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    Eileen Keenan: A CSUN Centenarian

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    Summer classes available online or on campus

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CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison.CSUN President, Dean Among Most Influential in LA

For the second straight year, CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison and Chandra Subramaniam, dean of CSUN’s David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, were recognized in the Los Angeles Business Journal LA500, a list of the city’s most influential people. Continue reading about Los Angeles Business Journal LA500.

Mintesnot Woldeamanuel next to a Fulbright banner.CSUN: National Leader for Fulbright U.S. Scholars

CSUN was honored with the second-most number of Fulbright awards from among the nation’s master’s-level institutions for the 2018-2019 academic year. Continue reading about CSUN's Fulbright awards.

Jessica RetisState of US Hispanic Media in the Digital Age

Spanish-language and bilingual media in the United States need to understand the history of Hispanic media in the U.S., and appreciate the country’s complex and diverse Hispanic population if they are going to survive the digital age, according to a new study of the state of the industry by CSUN associate professor of journalism Jessica Retis. Continue reading about Jessica Retis's study.

A shot of Manzanita Hall taken from the Sierra Quad walkway.Rethinking the News and How We Gather It

CSUN’s Department of Journalism has transformed its curriculum to better prepare students for the rapidly evolving industries of journalism, public relations, television and beyond. Continue reading about the CSUN Journalism Program.

Computer rendering of ARDENT robot designed to assist search-and-rescue teams in precarious terrain. Mechanical Engineering Seniors Design Insect-Inspired Robot to Assist First Responders

With a team of California State University, Northridge students specializing in a variety of disciplines, Nathan Boyd and Holland Mills, have led the effort to create an insect-inspired robot that can aid first responders in navigating dangerous topography and collapsed structures. Continue reading about the robot designed to assist First Responders.

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