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    Yan Searcy: New Dean of Social & Behavioral Sciences

  •  Professor Takes Voyage of Hope to Africa

    Professor Takes Voyage of Hope to Africa

  • 5K Run

    60th Anniversary 5K Creates a Goal

  • Immigration

    Prof Studies on Private Prisons & Immigration Policy

  • Beatriz Cortez, installation view, Made in L.A. 2018

    Prof’s Art Work Included in ‘Made in L.A.’ Exhibition

  • Upcoming Soraya performers: Lea Salonga,Joshua Bell, Dianna Reeves, Christian McBride, Sergio Mendes and Eden Espinosa.

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  • Eisner College Launches Teaching Inspires Campaign

    Eisner College Launches Teaching Inspires Campaign

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Update on DACA: July 25, 2018

As the fall semester approaches I have some important updates regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) federal immigration policy.

As you might be aware from my previous messages and various news sources, there is significant uncertainty regarding immigration policy and the potential impact changes may have on CSUN students.  In particular, there are currently multiple court cases in process, the results of which could affect DACA as early as August.

I, along with national experts monitoring these policies, urge individuals with DACA status to renew your DACA status now. Read the complete statement.


2 year programCSUN Launches 2-Year Program for People with Intellectual Disabilities

CSUN Explorers is an inclusive, two-year, postsecondary program offered through the university’s Tseng College. It is designed to increase the independence, and work and life skills of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities by offering them an opportunity to experience university life in an age-appropriate setting. Continue reading about CSUN’s 2-Year Program for People with Intellectual Disabilities.

ResearcherCSUN Researcher Finds Benefits of Emotional Bonds Between Managers and Employees

Based on this research, Ronen has developed methods and tools to help managers foster a workplace that gets the most out of its employees. According to her findings, the cornerstones of effective leadership include promoting a workplace culture of inclusion and empathy, and being perceived as warm, caring and competent by your employees. Continue reading about CSUN's Researcher Findings about Benefits of Emotional Bonds Between Managers and Employees.

SundialSundial Wins Three Prestigious Awards from Los Angeles Press Club

California State University, Northridge student newspaper The Sundial won three prestigious journalism awards in June at the Los Angeles Press Club’s 2018 Southern California Journalism Awards: Best College Newspaper, Best News Website and a third-place win for student photographer Max Sullivan for Best Feature Photo. Continue reading about CSUN's Sundial Winning Three Prestigious Awards from Los Angeles Press Club.

CSUN Police ServiceCSUN’s Department of Police Services Achieves Third Re-Accreditation

The California State University, Northridge Department of Police Services successfully achieved its third re-accreditation in June, providing independent recognition that the department conforms to high professional standards for campus law enforcement and protective services. Continue reading about Third Re-Accreditation of CSUN’s Department of Police Services.

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