This event is for all new students who plan to attend CSUN this fall and want to know what to expect during the fall 2021 semester. Families and mentors are welcome! Learn more
From the bestselling author of "Tears We Cannot Stop," comes a passionate call to America to finally reckon with race and start the journey to redemption. Read more
Hear from a live panel of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists! Receive professional advice on how to navigate and succeed in a career as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) from a panel of nutrition & dietetic experts.
In the public imagination today, germs are primarily thought of as organisms that need to be controlled and eliminated. But germs have also been weaponized, with powerful nations like the United States justifying their disproportionate military power by pointing to imminent threat from international enemies from China, Iraq, and Russia to Iran and Yemen. Imperial germ politics have enabled the West to garner support for military actions from foreign invasions to domestic surveillance, and weapons buildup from drones to advanced missiles. Read more
Hear from Asian Americans who are doing innovative work that uplifts our diverse communities. Read more
Join us for the final event in the 2020-2021 Matador S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Series. The webinar will celebrate the culmination of this year’s series, during which we will review our progress this year, and honor the winners of the Matador Moments contest, the Riccomini scholarship, and Student Success Champions. Read more
Preserving Dignity, Enriching Lives: The Arab American Communities. Presenter: Nahla Kayali.
Iranian Americans and the experience of discrimination. Presenter: Ali Akbar Mahdi.
Civic, Healthcare, and Immigration Rights: South Asian American Experiences. Presenter: Bilal H. Kazmi.
Turkish-American Experiences in Civic Engagement. Presenter: Dr. Ayca Altintig. Read more
Public Policy Day 2021
COVID-19 Legislation: Impacting Health and Nutrition Read more
The panelists will discuss LGBTQI+ experiences of criminalization and incarceration, especially as they relate to homophobia and transphobia. Central to the discussion will be these communities’ resistance to these forms of state violence. Particular attention will be placed on panelists’ abolitionists acts of surviving and thriving in a world that penalizes and criminalizes their very existence. Read more
SPEAKERS: KEASU’C NAPOLEON HILL, WILLIAM ALBERTO GONZALEZ, CEASAR KIRK AVELAR, JOE MARTINEZ. Join us for an afternoon of performance and discussion on experiences of incarceration, re-entry, and the healing power of art. This is part of the series “Collectively Understanding Carcerality and Learning Transformative Justice.”