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    Helping Patients Navigate Dementia

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    Harnessing Computer Power to Explore Chemistry

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Louis PosenHopeless Records for Hopeful Music Lovers: CSUN Alumni Louis Posen Celebrates 25 Years in the Music Industry

Armed with a “How to Run an Independent Label” guidebook and a passion for punk rock, Louis Posen ’02 (Radio-Televsion-Film) launched Hopeless Records as a hobby, hardly imagining his label would still be going strong 25 years later. With his label, Posen has worked with prominent ​​punk/alternative bands such as Avenged Sevenfold, Taking Back Sunday, New Found Glory, All Time Low and Guttermouth. Continue reading about CSUN Alumni Louis Posen.

Melanie Stallings WilliamsEconomists Use Auction Theory to Show Private Equity Firms Rigged the Bidding in Leveraged Buyouts at Expense of Shareholders

There is always a level of risk involved when a private equity firm buys a company for the investors and the company’s shareholders and employees. Few realize that the risk may be the firms themselves, according to California State University, Northridge business law professor Melanie Stallings Williams. Continue reading about Economists Using Auction Theory.

Matthew SoibelmanCSUN Music Student, a Finalist Among International Competition, Found His Voice Through Opera

Suddenly, Matthew Soibelman had a deep voice — like, movie trailer voiceover deep — but he didn’t know what to do with it. Whilst at college, his voice was getting lower and lower, and friends were telling him he should go into broadcasting. He tried it out by hosting a weekly college radio show, but realized that long days spent alone in a radio booth wasn’t for him. Continue reading about Matthew Soibelman.

Summer Camp KidsSummer Camps Continue to Provide Children with Social and Academic Enrichment at CSUN

California State University, Northridge’s youth summer camps will return this June for social enrichment activities that can guide children in critical thinking, athletics, problem solving and innovation, leaving them with a memorable summer experience. Continue reading about Summer Camp at CSUN.

Mary Beth WalkerCSUN Names New Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs

California State University, Northridge President Dianne F. Harrison today announced the appointment of Mary Beth Walker, interim president at Georgia Gwinnett College and associate provost for strategic initiatives and innovation at Georgia State University, as CSUN’s provost and vice president for academic affairs beginning July 1. Continue reading about CSUN's new Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs.


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