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Physical Therapy Scholars Honored by Dodger and Campanella Foundations

May 22, 2015

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A little bit of Matador Red mixed in with Dodger Blue on the perfectly manicured grass at Chavez Ravine when a group of California State University, Northridge physical therapy students were honored before a recent Dodger game. The 10 CSUN students benefited from a special partnership between the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation and the Roy and Roxie Campanella Foundation, which provides the students with physical therapy scholarships. Scholarships like these are a rarity, and a testament to a longstanding relationship between a Hall of Famer and the university. Read more

Honors Convocation Recognition for Kimberly Arellano

May 11, 2015

Student Kimberly Arellano

Health Sciences major Kimberly Arellano (Public Health) is the recipient of the Karen, Leon and Rita Goldstein-Saulter Memorial Award. She has maintained a 3.83 GPA and is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the 2015 Dean’s Award for the College of Health and Human Development and a fellowship with the National Institutes of Health – Maximizing Access to Research Careers Predoctoral Fellowship. Read more

Speech-Language Pathology: A Career for Jacqueline Dinh

May 11, 2015

student jacqueline dinh

Communication Disorders and Sciences student Jacqueline Dinh is featured in CSUN Today with a story and video that tell how the undergraduate program in Speech-Language Pathology and support from scholarships opened doors for her and led her to a career she loves.  She is working with other students in the department to establish a peer mentoring group and she got a job off campus with the Center for Autism Related Disorders where she has found rewarding work with children.  She plans to come back to CSUN for her Master’s. Read about Jacqueline and other outstanding students in CSUN Today. Read more


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