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Kim Goldberg-Roth Chosen as 6th Annual Inspirational Women Honoree

January 8, 2021

Kim Goldberg-Roth

The United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley has chosen Kim Goldberg-Roth as a 6th Annual Inspirational Women honoree. "Kim Goldberg-Roth, LMFT is the executive director of Strength United a chartered center of California State University Northridge and a passionate advocate for all of those affected by child maltreatment, domestic abuse and or sexual assault." Read more

Ivan Cheng Mentioned by the L.A. Coalition - Insights on L.A.

January 6, 2021

Ivan Cheng

"Ivan Cheng, a secondary education professor at CSUN (L.A. Coalition member), and his team of research collaborators at the university recently concluded a $3-million Investing in Innovation (i3) Department of Education research grant to study the impact of a breakthrough mathematics teaching method aligned to Common Core standards." Read more

Celebrating Our Retirees

December 11, 2020

Oviatt Library

We have a number of esteemed colleagues who are, sadly, leaving us at the end of this year, and who we wish to celebrate. Thank you for your service, your support, your humanity, and your friendship. We are privileged to have you in our college family, where you will always remain, and we wish you all the best as you move on to the next phase in your lives. Read more

GRE Requirements Temporarily Waved for School Psychology Applicants

December 7, 2020

The GRE requirement for the School Psychology program has been temporarily waived

The GRE requirement for the School Psychology program has been temporarily waived for the fall 2021 application cycle for any applicant with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher.  Any applicant with a cumulative undergraduate GPA below a 3.0 will need to take the GRE and upload scores.

Orientation for New Special Education Credential Candidates

November 10, 2020


The Special Education department is holding an orientation for all new students starting this Spring 2021 in our programs in: Mild to Moderate, Moderate to Severe, Early Childhood Special Education, Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Join us on January 21, 2021 @ 4 PM, online by Zoom Read more

Celebrating National School Psychology Week

November 6, 2020

4 School Psychology candidates and the words "Celebrating National School Psychology Week"

School Psychology Week is November 9-13. We recognize and celebrate the important work that school psychologists do to help all students succeed and thrive. We are proud to highlight four of our own School Psychology candidates: Anna Cho, Joel Padilla, Annie Ovanessian, and Hilda Gallo. Read more

CSUN Chosen for Chancellor's Office Diversity Initiative

October 29, 2020

CSU Chancellor's Office Learning Lab

In January, the MDECOE was selected as one of five CSU colleges of education to participate in the Chancellor’s Office Learning Lab for Improvement: CSU Educator Preparation Diversity Initiative. This is a collective of improvement-minded leaders to support system-wide goal of improving the diversity of teacher candidates completing CSU credential programs. Read more

StrengthUnited Supports Our Community Through Crisis

October 29, 2020

Stephanie Molen, with a representative from Forces of Nature Productions, picking up a donation of stuffed animals for children

StrengthUnited provides intervention, prevention, and outreach services to thousands of children, adults, and families throughout our community, and hundreds of CSUN students have received their undergraduate and graduate training there. When COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down, StrengthUnited quickly adapted in order to continue providing 24/7 crisis services, and expanded their work to meet the growing need and reduce factors known to contribute to abuse and maltreatment. Read more


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