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  • Oviatt Library

    Presidential Search Committee Meeting, Feb. 3

  • Sami Birmingham-Babauta '16 (Kinesiology) was chosen as one of 200 emerging civic leaders for the inaugural cohort of the Obama Foundation Leaders: Asia Pacific

    Alumna Recognized as an Obama Leader

  •  CSUN’s Center for Integrated Design and Advanced Manufacturing

    $1M Autodesk Gift for 'Center of Possibilities'

  • Members of the CSUN men’s volleyball team, with head coach Jeff Campbell (far right), joined Professor James Sefton (front, center) at a celebration honoring him for 50 years teaching history

    Legendary Prof Leaves $1M to Men's Volleyball

  • Kristen Walker

    "Protecting Kids' Privacy Online" 

  • Important Dates for Spring 2020

    Important Dates for Spring 2020

  • Mavis Staples at the Soraya

    Tickets and VIP Packages

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Que-Lam Huynht” photography student, Cleta Felix-West. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Names CSUN Professor an Emerging Scholar

California State University, Northridge psychology professor Que-Lam Huynh has been named an “emerging scholar” by leading education magazine Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Continue reading about CSUN Professor Que-Lam Huynh.

Sergio Leone's Poster Art from Oscar-Nominated Filmmaker John Singleton Finds a Home Among Influential Classics at CSUN

CSUN’s Department of Cinema and Television Arts will present a new exhibit of poster art in February, “John Singleton and the Auteurs Who Inspired Him,” from the private collection and work of the late acclaimed filmmaker John Singleton. Continue reading about Poster Art from John Singleton.

“Rafael Rafael De La Rosa Named CSUN’s AVP of Government & Community Relations

Rafael De La Rosa, former aide to Congressman Brad Sherman and director of government and community relations at California State University, Northridge, has been appointed assistant vice president for government and community relations at CSUN. Continue reading about Rafael De La Rosa.

CSUN’s VITA Clinic is offering free tax preparation assistance to low-income families and individuals. More than 400 CSUN student volunteers have completed intensive training on handling federal and state tax returns” border= CSUN Students to Provide Free Tax Preparation Help to Low-Income People

To help meet that deadline, California State University, Northridge’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics is offering free tax preparation assistance to low-income families and individuals, including non-English speakers, people with disabilities and veterans, from Jan. 25 through April 15 at CSUN and satellite locations throughout Los Angeles County. Continue reading about CSUN’s VITA Clinic.

Denise DiNovi, Talicia Raggs, Stacey Abrams and Nina Tassler MFA Student Hired to Write CBS Pilot Based on Stacey Abrams’ Novel “Never Tell”

“People were not only looking for candidates with great experience, but who also had terminal degrees,” said Raggs, referring to the highest degree one can achieve in one’s field — in her case, screenwriting. Raggs received her bachelor’s degree from USC. Continue reading about MFA Student Talicia Raggs.

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