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AltaSea, CSUN, LA Coalition, and Santa Monica College to Hold Second Annual Webinar Series Focused on Aquaculture for the Economy and Ecosystem

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles, in collaboration with Cal State Northridge’s (CSUN) Institute for Sustainability, The Los Angeles Coalition for the Economy & Jobs, and Santa Monica College announced their second annual series of webinars focused on aquaculture, called “Blue + Green 2022.” Pre-registration for the events is required and can be found here: https://altasea-project-blue.org/blue-green-2022/. -- Business Wire

CSUN’s Botanical Garden a Hidden Gem in Middle of SFV

Nestled near the eastern edge of California State University, Northridge campus, as the California Towhee softly calls, sits an often-overlooked environmental gem in the heart of the San Fernando Valley — CSUN’s Botanic Garden. -- SCV News

MBA & Master’s Guide 2022: California State University, Northridge – David Nazarian College of Business and Economics

The MBA program at CSUN’s David Nazarian College of Business and Economics takes pride in its students and alumni. Nazarian MBA students are accomplished professionals representing incredibly diverse backgrounds in a variety of industries in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles County and Ventura County regions. Graduate students view their MBA as a smart investment and have the desire to understand the business environment better and offer innovative insights. -- Los Angeles Business Journal

Study: Cal State system needs to increase staff pay

“The CSU is struggling to attract and support talent, and below-market wages are a large part of the problem when costs of living, especially housing costs, are high and continue to rise,” said Robert Hogg, a graduate student and teaching assistant at CSU Northridge. Hogg is also a board member for UAW 4123, which represents the 10,000 student workers in the system. “In the end, inequitable salaries directly impact students and the quality of their college experience.” -- Capital Public Radio

Here are the colleges that will compete to make OC ‘world’s sustainability capital’

On Monday, they announced the 18 teams selected to compete in the inaugural event in the fall of 2023, including Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Long Beach and Cal State Northridge, Loyola Marymount, Orange Coast College, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, UC San Diego and UC Santa Cruz, Rancho Cielo Construction Academy in Salinas, as well as universities in Washington state, Arizona, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, the U.K. and China. -- Orange County Register

Trauma of war can affect future generations, say scientists

According to Dr. Ali Jawaid and PhD student Magdalena Gomółka from the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, and Dr. Anastasiia Timmer from California State University, Northridge (USA) since Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022, Ukrainians have been facing 'complex trauma.’ -- The Am-Pol Eagle

Tenants struggle to find rentals as vacancies linger near 22-year lows

The housing rental market has become so competitive, with the lowest vacancy rate in two decades and increasingly high rent for vacant units. Rebecca Swint, who graduated with a bachelor’s degree from CSUN on Saturday, May 21, 2022, will be moving from her Santa Clarita apartment to an even more expensive rental home in West Hollywood. -- Los Angeles Daily News

Study: Cal State system needs to increase staff pay

“The CSU is struggling to attract and support talent, and below-market wages are a large part of the problem when costs of living, especially housing costs, are high and continue to rise,” said Robert Hogg, a graduate student and teaching assistant at CSU Northridge. Hogg is also a board member for UAW 4123, which represents the 10,000 student workers in the system. “In the end, inequitable salaries directly impact students and the quality of their college experience.” -- EdSource

WASHINGTON SQUARE Opera Premieres at Hollywood Fringe

Being skilled and flexible in his vocal delivery for a variety of genres and styles, Jacob Walters has performed in countless productions, gliding through the contemporary/classical music spectrum. Mr. Walters also placed 1st and 3rd in his divisions of Classical, and Commercial Contemporary Music, respectively, at the 2019 NATS Competition. In addition to opera and musical theatre, Mr. Walters writes, produces, and performs his own music. He has performed his original works across Arizona, both as a solo artist, and with alt-rock band Idle Lights, with a captivating stage presence that mirrors his theatric and enigmatic songwriting. Mr. Walters recently graduated from The University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance, studying under Metropolitan Opera veteran Hugo Vera, as well as world-famous soprano, Yunah Lee. He is currently pursuing a Master of Music in Voice from California State University, Northridge. Follow him on Instagram @khakijake, and check out his website at www.jakewaltersmusic.com! -- Broadway World, Los Angeles

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