Saturday, March 02, 2013
Tuesday, September 18 - Friday, July 26 All Day - Tseng Gallery, Oviatt Library
Science fiction literature, one of the most popular and entertaining genres in modern fiction, has been read and loved by children and adults for decades. From the earliest pulp publications to modern masterpieces, science fiction short stories and novels have often functioned as a lens through which we express our sense of wonder, marvel at the possibilities of new technologies, and engage in our wildest imaginings. Join us as we celebrate the fantastic and strange in science fiction literature.
CSUN Dept of Theatre presents ARCADIA, a time-bending tale of wit and romance by Tom Stoppard (Academy Award-winner for SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE). Not far from Britain's Downton Abbey resides Sidley Park manor, where nature and The Nature of Things are explored.
March 1-3, 6-10 7:30 pm except Sundays at 2pm
Friday, February 15 12:00 pm - Saturday, May 11 1:00 pm - Sierra Hall 322
The General Experimental option for the MA in Psychology is pleased to present another series of brown bag talks during Spring 2013. Please mark your calendars as follows:
February 15 - Rescheduled due to the CSUN Creative Works Symposium. Please see 5/10/13 instead
March 15 - Revising Your Beliefs: How the Scope of a Rule Affects Your Decision-Making by Alex Swan, UC Santa Barbara
April 5 - The Linguistic and Social Development of Mexican Immigrant Children by Allison Wishard, UCSD
April 19 - Alumni Panel organized and hosted by Mark Otten, Department of Psychology, CSUN
May 3 - The Development of Human Amygdala Function and Connectivity Following Early Life Stress by Nim Tottenham, Department of Psychology, UCLA
May 10 - Foster Care: Attachment, Resilience, and Cultural Identify by Leslie Ponciano, Department of Early Childhood Education, Loyola Marymont University
Men's Basketball host UC Santa Barbara!
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm - TBA
"ToMAYto." "ToMAHto." Hybrid. Heirloom. Early Girl. Better Boy. Dr. Wyche's Yellow. Dorothy's Green. Black Prince, Mountain Princess. Determinate. Indeterminate. Fruit. Vegetable â€¦
No matter what they are called or how they are classified, tomatoes are considered by many people as among the most rewarding of home-grown foods. However, the many varieties available to the Southern California gardener can be a confusing assortment of names and designations.
California State University, Northridge's next CSUN-al Gardening Series class will offer help to home gardeners in determining which variety, or varieties, are right for them.
Scott Daigre, proprietor of Tomatomania and owner of Powerplant Garden Design, will share his strategy on tomato growing, provide tips on maximizing yield and explain why some tomatoes have letters after their names.
Registration for the free class is required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a space in the class or for more information. Driving and parking instructions, as well as the class meeting location, will be sent upon registration.