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Create a Legacy Through Scholarships: Laurence and Ethel Young Scholarship

June 22, 2015

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Kyle Salcedo wants to be a physical therapist specializing in physical education for people who use prosthetics. He just got closer to that goal thanks to a scholarship from the Laurence and Ethel Young Scholarship in Kinesiology. Salcedo is a fourth year Kinesiology/Exercise Science major who is passionate about his future. The late Laurence Young was a professor of Kinesiology in the physical education option for many years. He and his wife Ethel established a planned gift to CSUN, and that means that the Youngs’ legacy will continue to live on at CSUN through student scholars like Salcedo. Read more

First CSUN Doctor of Physical Therapy Degrees Conferred

June 17, 2015

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The high demand for Physical Therapists is projected to continue over the next 20 years as our baby-boomers age. With the growth of the profession, requirements for employment have increased in scope. As of 2015, the new entry-level requirement for Phyiscal Therapists in California is the Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree. CSUN anticipated this need and met it. Read more

Christina Chao: Our 2015 Wolfson Scholar Nominee

June 17, 2015

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Christina Chao got her Bachelor’s in Family and Consumer Sciences/Consumer Affairs, a degree she pursued because, as a new student, she discovered a passion for protecting people’s rights and empowering them with information.  One of her professors in the Consumer Affairs Option, Tom Yi Cai said, “Christina approaches solutions in innovative ways and incorporates real-world issues into her analyses,” and that’s just the kind of quality that made her the 2015 Wolfson Scholar nominee for the College of Health and Human Development. Read more


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