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    New Approach Targeting Breast Cancer Metastasis

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    CSUN Lecturer Contributes to U.N. Report

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    Equality Icon Anita Hill Inspires Change

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    CSUN Honors Its Volunteers

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    First-Ever Family Education Day

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    $3M from NASA to Study AI

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President Dianne F. Harrison Announces Retirement

Dear CSUN Community,

As we enter the final weeks of the semester, there is great momentum across campus in our collaborative work toward the success of our students. This strong trajectory on our top priority has given me comfort in sharing with you that after 44 years in higher education, I have made the decision to step away from the presidency of CSUN effective June 30, 2020. Chancellor Timothy P. White will be informing our CSU colleagues with a statement later today.

My husband John and I have tremendous appreciation for the incredible support you have shown to us, and the opportunity to serve the students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of CSUN since 2012, and the CSU since 2006. It has been an honor and privilege to lead our great institution for almost eight years. Read the complete message.


student walking and  bikes safely locked up on sides. CSUN Ranked Among Most Bike Friendly Campuses

CSUN has been ranked as one the nation’s most bicycle friendly campuses by the League of American Bicyclists. CSUN was one of 48 universities to earn the distinction for the first time in 2019. Continue reading about CSUN as most Bike friendly campus.

A dancer from the 2018 Powow’ Generosity CSUN to Celebrate American Indian Heritage at 36th Annual Powwow

A tradition that began at California State University, Northridge in the 1970s – and one that has been practiced for generations in American Indian communities – is celebrating its 36th occurrence on Saturday, Nov. 30. Continue reading about 36th Annual Powwow.

CSUN’s student voting CSUN Receives Gold Seal for Excellence in Student Voter Engagement

TCalifornia State University, Northridge has received a gold seal from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge for achieving a campus student voting rate between 40 and 49 percent in the 2018 election. Continue reading about CSUN's Student Voter Engagement.

Hendrik Postma Research Lands CSUN Prof on Cover of Respected Science Journal

California State University, Northridge physicist Henk Postma and his students were pondering the “what ifs” of their field when they came up with an idea that may make DNA sequencing research much easier. Their concept has landed on the cover of a respected scientific journal. Continue reading about CSUN's physicist Hendrik Postma .

Nazarian College Executive in Residence Wendy Greuel and Dean Chandra Subramaniam stand with CSUN alumnus and media executive Bruce Gersh and Entertainment Weekly Editor in Chief JD Heyman at CSUN Alumnus, Media Exec Bruce Gersh Opens the Pages of PEOPLE, EW at Distinguished Speaker Series

A few minutes after CSUN alumnus and multimedia executive Bruce Gersh delivered an hour-long talk to students on Oct. 29 at the Northridge Center for the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics Distinguished Speaker Series, a line started forming in front of the stage. Continue reading about Bruce Gersh at Distinguished Speaker Series.

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