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    Taking the Big West by Storm

  • CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison in her office.

    CSU Highlights President Harrison’s Leadership

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    Important Dates for Spring 2019

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    3 Alum Land Rival Network Jobs in NYC

  • Research associate Salimeh “Sanaz” Mohammadi and physics graduate student John Paul standing with CSUN physics professor Sattar Taheri-Araghi in his lab

    Study: Bacteria Keep Working Even After Death

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    Images Offer Insight into Planet Formation

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Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Closure

The university will be formally closed and intersession classes will not meet in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, Jan 21. The Department of Police Services will operate during the closure and can be reached at (818) 677-2111.


People playing trumpet The Hollywood Reporter: CSUN’s Film Composing School Among World’s Best

Students learning the art of music composition for film and television at California State University, Northridge’s Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication are getting one of the best such educations in the world, according to entertainment professionals surveyed by The Hollywood Reporter. Continue reading about CSUN's Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication .

CSUN alumna and local family medicine doctor Diana NaderiCSUN Alumna Creates Scholarship for Future Physicians

Diana Naderi ’10 (Cell and Molecular Biology) fell in love with medicine at the age of 17, when she started volunteering in a local emergency department. “The more I have been involved, the more I have been like, ‘Wow, that is what I want to do,'” she said. Continue reading about CSUN's alumna and local family medicine doctor Diana Naderi.

CSUN biology professor Rachel Mackelprang holds up a frame of a beehive Buzzworthy: CSUN Lands Bee Campus USA Affiliate Status

California State University, Northridge’s sustainability efforts have earned the campus an official certification as a “Bee Campus USA Affiliate.” The certification is awarded to campuses around the country that show a dedicated effort to the protection of bees and other pollinators. Continue reading about CSUN as a USA Affiliate Bee Campus .

Dilek Ince at work on the set of “Amal,”Senior Film Project Wins Recent CSUN Grad Top Honors from the DGA

Dilek Ince knew in middle school that she wanted to be a storyteller when she grew up. By high school, she knew she wanted to tell her stories through film. Once she graduated, Ince packed a solitary suitcase, boarded a plane in her native Turkey and headed to Los Angeles – the land where movies are made. Continue reading about Dilek Ince.

Robert Gunsalus  CSUN vice president of University Advancement and president of the CSUN Foundation accepts the Heart of the Valley Award from Beverly White and Jenny Daniels FreeseCSUN Receives Heart of the Valley Award for Community Involvement

California State University, Northridge is all about heart: It’s located at the heart of the San Fernando Valley, and its nearly 4,000 faculty and staff, 40,000 students and 350,000 alumni — most of whom live and work in Southern California — lift the Valley’s communities, organizations, culture and economy. The university is a model of diversity, and it serves more students on Pell grants than any other California public university. Continue reading about CSUN's Heart of the Valley Award.

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