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    Gregory Murphy, CSUN's New Police Chief

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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.



Thomas Chan and Carly WadeShe Said Yes! (Thanks to Augmented Reality)

A very nervous psychology professor, Thomas Chan, guided his girlfriend, Carly Wade, down the Lilac Hall hallway at California State University, Northridge. Through an augmented reality (AR) headset worn by Wade, the hallway transformed into an art gallery lined with portraits of the couple’s dearest times together: the pair leaning over a dinner table to take a selfie with close friends in Washington, D.C., in the bleachers at a Baltimore Orioles game, and making goofy faces while eating ice cream cones. Continue reading about Thomas Chan and Carly Wade.

University officials are collaborating with four other CSU campuses and six Los Angeles-based community colleges CSUN’s Free Tax Preparation Assistance Program Expands to Campuses Across Southern California

Hoping to expand CSUN’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic’s impact, university officials have collaborated with four other California State University campuses and six Los Angeles-based community colleges to dramatically increase the number of low-income taxpayers served in Los Angeles County. Continue reading about CSUN’s Free Tax Preparation Assistance Program.

Jonathan Kelber in his lab Research by CSUN Biologists Could Lead to Improved Tissue Regeneration Treatment Strategies

A recent study by a team at California State University, Northridge, led by biologist Jonathan Kelber, offers insight into the role certain proteins play in stem cell-mediated tissue regeneration, which could have implications for how clinicians treat health problems associated with wound healing such as diabetes and other degenerative diseases. Continue reading about CSUN's Biologist Jonathan Kelber research .

CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison (right), who accepted CSUN's Class of 2018 IEP University Designation plaque, stands beside CSUN director of external relations Julia Potter (left) APLU Officially Honors CSUN As Innovation and Economic Prosperity University

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) formally honored California State University, Northridge as one of its Innovation and Economic Prosperity (IEP) University Designees at its 2018 Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA. Continue reading about CSUN as Innovation and Economic Prosperity University.

Beatriz Cortez, structures from Trinidad: Joy Station interacting with the Los Angeles River at the Bowtie Project CSUN Professor Explores Coexistence Through Geometric Spaces at the Craft Contemporary.

California State University, Northridge professor and international artist Beatriz Cortez will have her first major solo exhibition, which explores multicultural coexistence through geometric spaces, at the Craft Contemporary from Jan. 27 to May 12. Continue reading about CSUN's professor and international artist Beatriz Cortez first major solo exhibition.

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