Canvas Studio is a tool that allows you to engage with your students using video. You can record yourself and your computer screen, share videos with your students and incorporate questions into your videos to create engaging and impactful learning experiences. Canvas Studio also offers analytics, so you easily and quickly analyze what videos students are viewing, how long they are viewing, and when they stop viewing. Read more about Get Video Into Your Canvas Course Easily Using Canvas Studio
Come to the Career Center to have a career-networking picture taken and learn about Matty's Closet! Read more
In a record year for the number of book bannings across the U.S., we gather to celebrate freedom of expression by reading aloud from books that have been challenged. Join the University Library, the Department of Journalism, the Queer Studies Program and the Pride Center for the 10th Annual Banned Books Readout! CSUN Associate Professor of Journalism and First Amendment Scholar Elizabeth Blakey will speak about censorship and belonging. CSUN students in Professor Blakey's J480 History of American News Media class will give dramatic readings. This year Banned Books Readout will feature a presentation by guest speaker Karimah Tennyson-Marsh, "Banned Books Belong in Our Community."
Snacks will be available at the Northridge Center entrance from 12:15 p.m.- 12:30 p.m.. The event is free and everyone is welcome. Read more
The Graduate School Fair is an opportunity for institutions to showcase graduate and professional school programs and talk with students about the application process. Read more
Join us for our opening reception of The Politics of Low and Slow exhibit, curated by Denise Sandoval, CSUN Professor of Chicana and Chicano Studies. This year's exhibit celebrates Chicano lowrider culture in Los Angeles. Explore this unique exhibition for a better understanding of lowrider culture, and the history and spirit of a cultural expression that today crosses regional, national, and international boundaries. Read more
Participants are kindly asked to watch translucent prior to this event by using the link below. translucent is the moving 24 minutes documentary about a young adult's gender transition journey and was a finalist for the 48th annual Student Academy Awards. CSUN alum, Avery Fox, the subject of the documentary and co-director of the film will join a diverse panel of varying perspectives on the topic of how educators and families can best support transgender individuals. Q&A will be encouraged. this session is intended to build on and go deeper into issues touched on in last semester's panel discussion. Read more
This is a chance for you to meet with industry professionals, discover internship opportunities, learn the tools to begin your journey to success, navigate virtual job fairs, get your resume critiqued, and prepare for the Fall Career Fair, on Tuesday, October 25, 2022. Read more