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Statement on Lawsuit Against Dr. Dennis Kelly

CSUN learned Tuesday, Feb. 12, of a lawsuit against part-time Klotz Student Health Center Men’s Health Physician Dr. Dennis Kelly relating to his work at the University of Southern California. At this time, the university is not aware of any complaints against Dr. Kelly from any member of the CSUN community. The health and safety of our students is our top priority. We take the disturbing allegations by the former USC students, as well as any sexual assault, battery or harassment allegation against anyone at the university, seriously. CSUN is conducting its own investigation into Dr. Kelly’s work at the university. Out of an abundance of caution, while CSUN is investigating this matter, Dr. Kelly was placed on immediate administrative leave Tuesday. Anyone who has any concerns regarding interactions with Dr. Kelly is encouraged to contact CSUN’s Office of Equity and Diversity at or (818) 677-2077.



Gun on top of notebook along with ruler ,pencil and eraserSurvey: Teachers Don't Want Guns in Classroom

In the year since a gunman opened fire on students, faculty and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., and killed 17 people, politicians have suggested arming teachers as one way to deter school shootings. Continue reading about Teachers objection on guns in the classroom.

Francisca Castillo, a lecturer in CSUN's Department of Recreation and Tourism Management, holds her Impact-Makers to Watch awardCity of LA Names Lecturer “Impact-Maker to Watch” for Her Work on Girls Empowerment Program

On Jan. 16, City of Los Angeles leaders honored California State University, Northridge lecturer Francisca Castillo with the Impact-Makers to Watch Award, for her leadership in the Girls Play Los Angeles (GPLA) program. Continue reading about CSUN lecturer Francisca Castillo.

people standing in front of hall to attend CSUN assistive technology conferenceCSUN Assistive Technology Conference Returns for its 34th Year at New Location in Anaheim

To promote an inclusive society, California State University, Northridge continues to throw the spotlight on the role of assistive technology – which is assistive software or equipment for people with disabilities – at the world’s largest conference of its type this spring, at its new location in Anaheim, California. Continue reading about CSUN's Assistive Technology Conference.

Joni Campanella-RoanCSUN Physical Therapy Students’ Commitment to Changing Lives Celebrated by the Campanella and LA Dodgers Foundations

Coolly fixing his hair as he went up to claim his award and get his photo taken at the Campanella/Dodgers Scholarship Luncheon, physical therapy student Jose Perez didn’t look like he had gone to great lengths to attain this remarkable achievement, when in fact the opposite couldn’t be truer. Continue reading about CSUN's Physical Therapy Students’ Commitment .

Giant Elkhorn corals 2017 Hurricanes Did Not Cause as Much Damage as Feared to Reef, Study Says

Peter Edmunds was prepared for the worst. Back-to-back Category 5 hurricanes had torn through the Caribbean in September 2017, and the California State University, Northridge marine biologist was not sure what he would find when he visited the fragile coral reefs near the island of St. John after the storms. Continue reading about CSUN's marine biologist Peter Edmunds findings.

LatinAuteur Exploring Cinema from Spain to Latin AmericaCSUN Cinematheque Presents ‘LatinAuteur,’ Exploring Cinema from Spain to Latin America.

Film has always provided a lens through which people can explore new worlds and cultures. The films that make up California State University, Northridge’s spring Cinematheque series offer the public a chance to experience the diverse, artistic expressions of Latin culture through the eyes of its filmmakers. Continue reading about LatinAuteur.

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