College of Humanities


Professor R. Dianne Bartlow Wins Regional Emmy Award

August 18, 2015

R. Dianne Bartlow

Gender and Women’s Studies professor R. Dianne Bartlow has won a regional Emmy Award for directing a piece spotlighting an organization that serves the homeless in Santa Monica. The three-segment special, “Santa Monica Cares,” aired Dec. 31, 2014, on CityTV of Santa Monica and was a joint effort by members of the Women’s Steering Committee of the Directors Guild of America, of which Bartlow is a member. The program won an Emmy in the Public, Municipal and Operator-Produced Cable category, competing against four other programs. The winner was announced at the 67th Los  Read more

Central American Studies Annual Interdisciplinary Symposium

March 18, 2015

Central American Studies Symposium

The Central American Studies Program at California State University, Northridge is organizing its Central American Studies Annual Symposium, "Migration, Culture and Memory." This event will take place at our campus from March 24-27. The symposium will include scholars, artists, activists from Panama, El Salvador, Read more

Dean Say Elected President of National Arts and Sciences Council

March 10, 2015

Elizabeth A. Say, Ph.D.

Elizabeth Say, dean of California State University, Northridge’s College of Humanities, has been elected president of the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences.

Say, who is currently president-elect of the organization, will take her place as head of the council in November. The Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences is a national association of deans of colleges of arts and sciences whose purpose is to sustain the arts and sciences as a leading influence in American higher education Read more


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