Novel Coronavirus Statement
At this time, no cases of the Novel Coronavirus have been reported among CSUN students, faculty, and staff. CSUN is monitoring reports and advisories from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the outbreak. Individuals who have visited Wuhan, China and its surrounding province who have returned to the United States within the past 14 days and developed symptoms of possible infection such as fever, cough and shortness of breath/difficulty breathing are advised to call their healthcare provider or the Klotz Student Health Center at 818-677-3666, Option 1. Additional information about Novel Coronavirus and its prevention is available at this link: https://www.csun.edu/shc/news/novel-coronavirus-what-you-need-know
For 35 years, California State University, Northridge’s Center on Disabilities has sponsored the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, recognized as the premier event in the field of technology for people with disabilities. Thousands of people from all over the world – researchers, practitioners, educators, exhibitors, end users and more – are expected to gather to share knowledge, new innovations and best practices that promote inclusion for all. Continue reading about CSUN's Assistive Technology.
An endless sea of people, dressed for the cold and raising handmade signs calling for the camaraderie of women, greeted Noemi Tungüi ’17 (Psychology) as she stepped onto the stage in front of San Francisco City Hall. With a bright-red handprint painted on her face, Tungüi sported a shirt that read “No More Stolen Sisters” — the mantra of a movement that seeks to raise awareness about murdered and missing indigenous women. Continue reading about Noemi Tungüi Voice to Indigenous Women.
When Savannah Elahian walked into a lab for a research internship at the University of Virginia last summer, the scientists looked like her — which was no small thing for Savannah, a young woman of color. The psychology and Africana studies double major is a graduating senior and a BUILD PODER scholar — CSUN’s groundbreaking undergraduate training program, supported by the largest grant in university history, which aims to increase diversity in biomedical and other research fields. Continue reading about BUILD PODER seniors.
New Matadors Baseball Head Coach Dave Serrano is a highly respected, experienced winner at the NCAA Division I level. Serrano was appointed in June 2019 to lead the program, continuing his legacy of coaching in the Big West Conference and at the highest level of collegiate baseball. Continue reading about CSUN's Baseball Head Coach Dave Serrano.
For more than 20 years, California State University, Northridge biology professor Steven Oppenheimer has collaborated with Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) teachers to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) research done by K-12 students through the New Journal of Student Research Abstracts. Continue reading about CSUN Student's Research Journal.