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CSUN Sends its First Deaf Studies Intern to Washington, D.C.

April 25, 2019

Ana Maritza Rivera

Deaf studies junior Ana Maritza Rivera is a shining example of Matador students and faculty who are driven to serve the Deaf and Latina/o communities. In spring 2019, Rivera will make CSUN history when she goes to Washington, D.C., to participate in the CSUN in D.C. Internship Program and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Internship Program. Rivera is the university’s first Deaf studies major to participate in the internship. Article from CSUN Today

COE Self-Care Activities Spring 2019 - Week 14

April 22, 2019


What is a subpac? It’s an amazing way to meditate with sound. This week, we offer a very special meditation session which will include a subpac demonstration by David Boyns on Wednesday from 1:30-2 PM in the CTL Conference room. Come and experience a whole new way of relaxing! Read more

College of Education Sponsors CALPCC Conference at CSUN

April 12, 2019

Counseling in a Divisive Society: Collaboration, Growth, and Change

Please join us for a long weekend in beautiful Southern California for CALPCC’s 2019 Annual 2-day Conference at CSUN, sponsored by the Michael D. Eisner College of Education. We invite all counseling and allied disciplines with diverse interests and specialty areas to come together to reaffirm our field’s commitment, passion and energy toward improving the lives of those we serve. We stand firmly for a socially conscious, inclusive and just society and welcome you to join us in affirming our commitment to those we serve through collaboration, growth and change. Read more

COE Self-Care Activities Spring 2019 - Week 12

April 8, 2019


This week, we offer a very special meditation session on Wednesday from 1:30-2 PM in the CTL Digital Room. (Please note new location this week!) This session will focus on the basics of Indian drumming and drums will be provided. Come enjoy a fun, engaging event. Read more

COE Self-Care Activities Spring 2019 - Week 11

April 2, 2019


This week, we offer a special self-care presentation TODAY, Tuesday, April 2nd from 12-1PM in Ed 1214 with Dina Fisher, Fractal Artist and Meditation Practitioner. Dina will present a Fractal Art and Meditation Immersion meditation session from Mind Murmur, her Burning Man 2018 art installation. Our Wednesday meditation time from 1:30-2 will be CANCELLED this week, so please enjoy Dina’s meditation presentation TODAY! Also this week, especially for our students, the Klotz Student Health Center’s Matadors4Wellness Peer Health Educators will be hosting a tabling fair for National Public Health Week on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 11am-2pm, Cleary Walk East (near the Matador statue). See our flyer for more information. Read more


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