The 2018 Theater for Youth production examines an American experience through a special Asian American story. In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we honor the legacy of Vietnamese American scholar, filmmaker, and undocumented youth activist - Tam Tran. Demonstrating a keen intellect and Read more
Join us at the Oviatt Library in the Jack & Florence Ferman Presentation Room for this dynamic two-day event series on gender and sexuality. Read more
Join us as we celebrate AAPI Heritage Month at the Oviatt Library with SFV-based restaurateurs and food bloggers. Read more
The Killing of Students and Civilians by the Military and Police Forces
Personal Accounts by Surviving Mexican Activists Read more
A Richard Smith Lecture in Cultural Studies: Does God Exist? A Debate between a Christian professor and an atheist attorney. Please joins us for a very special evening as Nick Keehus and Edward Tabash tackle one of the most fundamental questions of human existence. Our debate will be moderated by Dr. Gary S. Katz from the CSUN Department of Psychology. Read more
GWS students present their research to the CSUN community. Topics of this year are: EO1100 and the Crisis of the University, Feminism in High School, Asian American Female Leaders, Racial Discrimination in Healthcare, Policing the LGBTQ Community, Read more
A highly stimulating and opinionated performance and talk about identity, the culture wars and queer strategies for the future.
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.
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
Networking Opportunity & Mixer: The Oviatt Library and the Bonita J. Campbell Endowment for Women in Science and Engineering cordially invite you to join us as we celebrate Pi Day! Read more