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Coach’s Corner: West Ranch v-ball’s Brandon Pank

A: As much as there isn’t a lot of overlap, there also is a lot of overlap. And thanks to my parents, I’ve had a varied upbringing. My mom owns her own advertising agency so I’ve grown up seeing plays and going to theatre all the time, and then my dad put me in every sport you can name. When I went to (Cal State Northridge), I was like, ‘You know what, why not do fine art?’ As I was studying there, my old club volleyball coach, he offered me a spot to coach at the club he was opening up. I didn’t think of myself as a coach, even though I loved playing volleyball and it was a big part of my life, until I started coaching and then I realized that it’s just as creative and just as experimental and it’s just as big of a world as art, just in a completely different way. -- Santa Clarita Valley Signal

First Friday art crawl wraps up season

First up, the Arts Consortium presents Beyond & Above: a solo exhibition of works by artists Mona Fox Selph of Three Rivers. Mona received a Masters Degree in Drawing and Painting from California State University Northridge in 1981. -- Visalia Times-Delta

Oxnard council: Bryan McDonald

Education: Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice, Cal State Long Beach; Master of Public Administration, Cal State Northridge; Juris Doctor, Ventura College of Law -- Ventura County Star

Oxnard city council Q&A

Education: Bachelor of arts in Accounting and finance from Cal State University Northridge -- Ventura County Star

SHIFT Festival Announces Inaugural Emerging Leaders Cohort

Janet Xochicuicatl Valenzuela is a Chicana Eco-feminist and studies in California State University Northridge, she is studying Chicano/a Studies with a minor in Decolonial Anthropology. She’s an environmental justice organizer in the city of Los Angeles and a project assistant with Good Heart Project: Chicano/a Native Sciences education that is relevant to conservation and recreational uses by creating an after school program that is for students in the 3rd grade and their families to advance their learning in math and science subjects by having the environment and their culture as the foundation to the curriculum. This is through a partnership between California State University Northridge and Elementary schools in the community to learn about the outdoors and improve their access to green spaces. Among this work, we have a field trip with the families to acknowledge them for engaging with the conservation movement in the Angeles National Forest and working with the Forest Service to build on having more relevance for people of color and people living in urban areas. Is currently an Intern for the United States Forest Service as a Field Ranger in the Angeles National Forest, and completed the San Gabriel Mountains Forever Leadership academy with the support of the Wilderness Society and through all this networking for a better vision for access to the great outdoors for her “Going green is going Native.” -- Outdoor Industry Association

Karla Klarin

Karla Klarin CSU Northridge Art Gallery, Northridge, California Preview by G. James Daichendt -- Visual Art Source

UA report: Few studies look at well-being of LGB youth of color

Toomey conducted the literature review with collaborators Virginia Huynh, professor at California State University, Northridge; Samantha K. Jones, researcher at the University of Missouri; Sophia Lee, a graduate student at San Diego State University; and Michelle Revels-Macalinao, a graduate student at California State University, Northridge. -- Health Medicine Network

Robust site offers insight into graduate programs

The site publishes its ratings each spring and fall. Go here to view the site’s 2016 MPA program rankings. The site ranked the MPA offering at California State-Northridge University as the top MPA offering. -- American City & County

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