Please join us for the annual Envisioning California Lecture on the campus of California State University, Northridge. Considering the 2018 Governor’s race and the list of candidates, what does the rich racial and ethnic diversity of the nation’s largest state portend for participatory democracy, electoral politics, coalition building, and fairness? For more information and to register for this event, please visit our event page.
Family and Consumer Sciences’ Apparel Design and Merchandising students produce this professional quality show— from the first stitch, to the last zip they create it all with this evening out at an art museum. Got a passion for fashion art? (Wanna find out?) Come to the show! Sunday, April 29th, 6:00 P.M. Read more
Stop by the table in the lobby on the 26th and grab a poem to put in your pocket and read / share with others. Read more
Join us to discover how faculty are using eLearning strategies and academic innovation to increase equity and transform teaching and learning at CSUN. Read more about or RSVP for the Showcase
This is a dark comedy about a group of Jewish friends who have survived the Nazi regime and are now dreaming of leaving for America. Read more
This fun-filled event will feature games and activities, the RADD “cash cab” trivia game, giveaways and raffle prizes (e.g., Klotz Student Health Center Massage, MataMoney Cards, and more!) Read more
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Department of Criminology and Justice Studies are pleased to present a timely panel discussion: "Arming Teachers and School Safety: A Law Enforcement Perspective". Our panel of experts includes former law enforcement officials and current CSUN Criminology and Justice faculty members. The discussion will provide professional law enforcement insights on the controversy surrounding the arming of teachers and staff as a school safety measure. For more information please, Read more
The Civil Discourse & Social Change Student Symposium is a conference featuring student presentations on research and creative activity that bridges scholarship and social change. We are particularly interested in showcasing works that reflectively interrogate an aspect of society, especially as it relates to power relations, and/or contributes to advancing social justice and transformative change.
CSUN alumnus Steve Rabuchin, vice president of Amazon Alexa, is leading and helping shape the world of voice technology and artificial intelligence. Read more
Students from all majors can compete to win money, an Arduino kit, and spots to show off their creations at the College of the Canyons MakerFaire. Read more