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Grant for Garden Projects to Address Obesity

January 31, 2017

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The Marilyn Magaram Center for Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics is collaborating with the Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing on an exciting project thanks to an $880,000 grant from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Heath to reduce obesity rates among low-income families.  CSUN faculty and students will work throughout the Canoga Park area, helping to establish about 13 community gardens as well as holding education sessions at local schools and community groups about making healthy lifestyle choices. Read more

Happy Holidays from the College of HHD

December 22, 2016

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The College of HHD shares wishes of health, well-being and happiness to all this holiday season. To alumni, friends, community members, CSUN faculty and staff and community--and especially to CSUN students: We wish you the best for the new year ahead and look forward to joining you in 2017 as we continue working together to make life better for others through research, education and action. Campus will be closed from December 23 through January 2.  See you in 2017! Read more

RTM Alum Patrick Prager: A Personification of Grit

December 22, 2016

Patrick Prager and MaryAnn Cummins-Prager

RTM Alum Patrick Prager (’13) is the son of former CSUN Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Mary Ann Cummins-Prager and the late Peter Prager, who was special assistant to the dean of the Oviatt Library. Patrick completed a brave journey to earn his bachelor’s degree.  Through illness, depression and the loss of his father, he continued his pursuit of martial arts to complete his CSUN degree program.  And this fall, he and his mother collaborated to open The Edge, a martial arts studio in Santa Clarita. Read more


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