Lime has announced that it is discontinuing its app-based bike-share programs, including the one that debuted at California State University, Northridge in January 2018. As a result of this company decision, Lime has ended its contract with the university, and all bikes and program signage will be removed from campus on March 19. Continue reading about Lime announcement.
Accounting Alumnus Charles Noski Named Among Top Influential Leaders in Business by Accrediting Body
Charles “Chuck” Noski ’73 (Business Administration), M.S. ’95 (Accountancy) ’07 (Honorary Doctorate) was 17 years old in 1969 when he embarked on what would be a lifelong relationship with CSUN, then known as San Fernando Valley State College. Working two to three part-time jobs as an undergraduate, Noski earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1973. He returned in the 1990s to earn a master’s degree in accountancy, and CSUN awarded him an honorary doctorate in 2007. Continue reading about Charles Chuck Noski.
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.
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.
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.