September 9, 2013
The September 6, 2013, issue of CSU Leader features the College of Humanities in an article titled "Humanities Making Global Connections," by Stephanie Thara. The author cites Chicano Studies' Alternative Chicano Press course, stating that "[the class] gives students the practice they need to effectively use multimedia to tell the stories of community members." Elizabeth A. Say, dean of CSUN's College of Humanities, states, “What sets our faculty apart is that they are leaders in their own field of study, have deep ties within the community and reflect the diversity of our students.” As a result, Dean Say continues, “They provide students with the skill set they need to succeed in a globalized world.” Read the whole article.