University Advancement

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University Advancement

Our Mission

The mission of University Advancement at Cal State Northridge is to enhance the University's reputation, help build and strengthen its financial resources, and expand its network and influence through strategic communications and the engagement of internal and external stakeholders.

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Acclaimed actor, director and producer Robert Townsend will be among the featured speakers at California State University, Northridge’s Black History Month celebration this year.CSUN Celebrates Black History Month: Hallowed Ground

Acclaimed actor, director and producer Robert Townsend Hon.D. ’15 (Fine Arts) will be among the featured speakers at California State University, Northridge’s Black History Month celebration this year. Continue reading about black history month.

Steve Oppenheimer points to sea urchins, used in cancer research.Celebrating National Mentoring Month: How Two CSUN Faculty Have Changed Students’ Lives

California State University, Northridge biology professors MariaElena Zavala and Steve Oppenheimer are well known in their department and on campus, and have been recognized by the White House for being mentors and role models for students. Continue reading about national mentoring month.

VITA students volunteers getting ready to offer free tax preparation assistance to low-income individuals and families. Photo by Lee Choo.CSUN Students Provide Free Tax Preparation Assistance to Low-Income People

The calendar may say January, but before you know it, April will be here and your taxes will be due. California State University, Northridge business students hope to take a little bit of the sting out of tax day by offering free tax preparation assistance to members of the public. Continue reading about tax preparation assistance.

Special education credential student Paige Ramer uses TeachLive to practice a lesson on homophones. Photo by Lee Choo.Teaching Credential Students Use Virtual-Reality Tool to Train for Classroom Careers

“Today we’re going over homophones,” Paige Ramer, a California State University, Northridge special education credential student, told a group of middle school students. “What’s the difference between there, their and they’re?” Continue reading about the virtual-reality.

 

 

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