Each year, the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics at CSUN brings together global technology innovators and pioneering businesses at the forefront of the cataclysmic and rapid-cycle dislocations that are transforming the very nature of the Workforce of the Future.
This year's installment will focus on an industry with particular resonance for Southern California - Media and Entertainment. Read more
Dr. Allison Calhoun-Brown, Vice President of Student Engagement and Programs from Georgia State University will speak at the Plaza Del Sol Performance Hall on Monday, November, 18 from 2:00-5:00 p.m. on "Implementation Strategies in Support of Student Success."
Please join us for the second event in the Provost’s Student Success Series. This event features several different workshops for faculty, staff, and students that highlight best practices around student success and inclusive strategies. Read more
This event kicks off the 2019-2020 Provost's Student Success Series. As we welcome our first cohort of students who will be measured by our GI2025 goals, the series is an opportunity to hold several campus-wide conversations on current and emerging student success efforts. Read more
Do you have questions about Cal State Apply? Do you need help filling out your CSU application? Meet with a CSUN staff member for 20 minutes to review your application. Read more
CSUN alumnus Bruce Gersh '91, President of People, People En Español and Entertainment Weekly, will be on campus to share insight on his experience with managing a media powerhouse. Read more
Sacred Body, Sacred Land: Connecting to our healing ways Read more
Join us in celebrating GIS Day as Priya Krishnakumar, a data journalist for the Los Angeles Times, discusses “Mapping the News: GIS in Journalism.” Read more
Join us on September 11 from 3:15 PM – 8 PM at our fifth annual research symposium. The symposium is free and open to the public. Read more
Join us for the sixth annual Open Access Award and a discussion of transformative publishing agreements being pursued by both the UC and CSU. Read more