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LA County to Launch Vaccine Distribution Site at CSUN

To the Campus Community:

Starting Tuesday, January 19, Los Angeles County will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines to eligible Los Angeles County residents using CSUN’s B1 and B2 parking lots.

The CSUN site is one of five recently announced large-scale vaccine points of distribution that will be operated by LA County, helping the San Fernando Valley community access the COVID-19 vaccine quickly. Please visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health COVID-19 website to learn about vaccine distribution in Los Angeles County. Appointments for vaccination can only be made with Los Angeles County via the information in this link: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/vaccine/index.htm. As this is a county vaccination program, CSUN is not able to provide or facilitate appointments for immunization. Read the full message.



Skyy Hook on air at SiriusXM Shade45. Hip-Hop Radio Personality Skyy Hook to be Visiting Scholar at CSUN in the Spring

Hip-hop journalist, radio personality and show producer Skyy Hook will be offering an inside look at the music, culture and generational disconnect in the world of hip-hop as a visiting scholar next semester in at California State University, Northridge’s College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Continue reading about Skyy Hook's Visit with Scholars at CSUN.

Jonathan Kelber, associate professor of biology. Biology Professor Honored as First CSUPERB Faculty Research Awardee from CSUN

Jonathan Kelber, associate professor of biology in CSUN’s College of Science and Mathematics, received the 2021 California State University Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB) Faculty Research Award in December, becoming the first CSUN faculty member to receive this honor. Continue reading about how Kelber is Honored as a CSUPERB Faculty Research Awardee.

CSUN Matador Statue with Oviatt Library in background. CSUN No. 4 in Nation for Improving Social Mobility, According to CollegeNET Index

CSUN is now the nation’s fourth-ranked school on CollegeNET’s 2020 Social Mobility Index, which analyzes and ranks which U.S. colleges and universities most effectively enroll students from low-income backgrounds and graduate them into good-paying jobs. This is CSUN’s highest rank ever on the Social Mobility Index, which was created in 2014. Continue reading about how CSUN is No. 4 in Nation for Improving Social Mobility.

CSUN dancers perform in their film named Lux Aeterna. CSUN Dance Films Capture the Emotions of a Challenging Year

CSUN is participating in a series of virtual concerts by multiple California State University dance programs. CSUN’s dance film, “Lux Aeterna,” will be shown virtually on Dec. 4 as part of the series. “Lux Aeterna” is a dance film that involved 44 student participants and focuses on darkness and light during these troubling times, according to CSUN kinesiology professor Paula Thomson. Continue reading about CSUN Dance Films.

VITA student assisting fellow matadors with their tax filings. CSUN VITA Tax Program Hits 50 Year Anniversary

The 2021 tax season is months away, but for California State University, Northridge’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic, the season marks the program’s 5oth anniversary of serving the public and low-income taxpayers. The VITA Clinic, housed in CSUN’s David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, provides cost-free tax service for low-income individuals in the community and an opportunity for CSUN students to gain experience with handling taxation. Continue reading about CSUN VITA Tax Program's 50 Year Anniversary.

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