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Cesar Chavez Service Fair to Offer Students Volunteer Opportunities

For the past eight years, California State University, Northridge’s volunteer program, Unified We Serve, has hosted the Annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair to honor the late civil rights and labor leader by encouraging community service and volunteer work among students, faculty and the community. The Cesar Chavez Service Fair this year will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 30, at the Matador Bookstore, located on the southeast side of the campus at 18111 Nordhoff St. in Northridge. -- San Fernando Valley Sun

How Does Fi360 'Score' With Academia?

New analysis conducted by the Center for Financial Planning and Investment at California State University, Northridge, finds the Fi360 Fiduciary Score can be useful to financial advisors when selecting investments for their clients. -- 401K Specialist Magazine

Hidden Figures Screenwriter Will Speak at L.A. March for Science

The much-anticipated March for Science has added some star power to what’s shaping up as a momentous day. The April 22 downtown march, which is expected to draw a crowd of 50,000, will have a pre-march rally, a performance by the West Los Angeles Children’s Choir, and several speakers. Those who have confirmed include: MariaElena Zavala, professor of biology at California State University-Northridge Tepring Piquado, neurobiologist at the RAND Corporation Farisa Morales, astrophysicist and professor at California State University-Northridge andMoorpark College -- Los Angeles Magazine

Faith-Based Groups are Inspiring and Diversifying Environmentalism, CSUN Professor Says

As politicians in Washington D.C., rewrite and pull back federal environmental regulations, they may be surprised to discover that some of the loudest objections are coming from interfaith groups that cross racial and ethnic lines, according to Amanda Baugh, an assistant professor of religious studies at California State University, Northridge. -- AmericanTowns.com

Over 50,000 Expected to March for Science in Los Angeles On April 22

Marchers will gather at 9:00am at Pershing Square Park in downtown Los Angeles. A pre-march rally featuring several speakers will take place from 10:00am to 11:00am. Marchers will then make their way to City Hall for a call to action. The West Los Angeles Children's Choir will open the call to action at 12:00pm with a performance of their original piece "A Song for Planet Earth" before another set of speakers address the crowd. Currently confirmed speakers include: MariaElena Zavala, professor of biology at California State University-Northridge -- PR Log

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