You are invited to a lecture and round table discussion with Susan Burton, activist and movement builder on behalf of formerly incarcerated women. She is the founder and director of A New Way of Life Reentry Project (ANWOL) https://anewwayoflife.org/. Susan was among the 5 finalists for CSUN's 2018-2019 Common Read, and while her book was not ultimately selected, it has received national attention. Her ANWOL Project in the Watts area of South Los Angeles has become a model across the country of direct services to women returning from prison. The event will also highlight the student organization, Revolutionary Scholars, comprised of formerly incarcerated students and students who have been impacted by mass incarceration. These and other activist students are invited to take part in a roundtable with Susan after her talk. Read more
The fourth annual AIMS2Student Research Symposium will be held at the USU Grand Salon from 3 PM – 7 PM on September 11th. The symposium is free and open to the public and features the innovative research projects of undergraduate students in the cohort. The program is supported through the 2016 HSI-STEM collaborative grant from the US Department of Education. The agenda is available online on the project web site. For detailed information on this year’s projects please see the program brochure online.
Dr. S. K. Ramesh
Project Director & Professor of ECE Read more
Join us for a reception in support of the California Coalition for Public Higher Education on Wednesday, September 5, 2018. Read more
BUILD PODER is hosting a week-long series of workshops and events to inform CSUN STEM transfer students what research is, why research is important, and how to get involved in research. Read more
HHD students: this welcome back block party will show how to navigate the college and the university and begin to build a network of resources throughout the campus to help you with your CSUN journey. Meet faculty, advisors and new friends! We'll have a movie screening, food, games and giveaways. RSVP: Read more
Recognizing the 2018 graduating students for the College of Health & Human Development II. Read more
Recognizing the 2018 graduating students for the College of Humanities & College of Health & Human Development I . Read more
Recognizing the 2018 graduating students for the Michael D. Eisner College of Education & College of Social & Behavioral Sciences II.
Recognizing the 2018 graduating students for the College of Engineering & Computer Science, College of Science & Mathematics. Read more