This talk will explore Dr. Siu's personal trajectory, research, and current experiences building a Latino Studies Program at a private Liberal Arts Institution of the Northwest. Read more
CSUN Student Teachers, Grad Students, Undergrads & Alumni Welcome! Meet Recruiters from charter schools, school districts, & other organizations.
There will also be 2 Credential Workshops. Read more
Special Education is accepting Fall 2016 applications for our Credential and Master’s Programs in Special Education. Come join our open house to learn about our programs. Read more
Chicana/o Studies Assistant Professor Martha Escobar will have a book talk on her new book: Captivity Beyond Prisons: Criminalization Experiences of Latina (Im)migrants Read more
The Department of Elementary Education is now accepting applications for our Master’s Program in Curriculum and Instruction for the Fall 2016. Our program combines Induction and Master’s for those who want to clear their credential. Want to learn more? Please join our information session. Read more
An opportunity for students to learn more about majors and minors. This will take place Wednesday, March 30th at Matador Square from 10AM-12PM. Read more
This Series of Workshops will revolve around men's issues. Using mythology from around the world, stories and poetry, men will explore the source of their rage, including betrayals, shame and abandonment, and the transcendent paths to healing and becoming multi-dimensional Read more
The CTL presents Tina Payne Bryson, speaking on “The Whole-Brain Child in the Classroom”.
In their New York Times bestseller THE WHOLE-BRAIN CHILD, Tina Bryson and Dan Siegel introduce parents and other caregivers to practical strategies based on cutting-edge brain science. A central principle of the book is that the strategies can help parents not only survive difficult moments with their kids, but actually use those very moments to help their children thrive. In this presentation, Dr. Bryson will take this central concept and apply it to teacher-student interactions. The best teaching strategies are the ones that not only help instructors maintain order and cover material effectively, but that also challenge kids to become all that they’re meant to be. Read more
A hands-on workshop led by the US Census Bureau. Read more
The CSUN Athletics Department and the Oviatt Library invite you to the third panel discussion in the Read to Lead program series. Read more