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CSUN’s 2023 Wolfson Scholar Natalie Castillo

Natalie CastilloThe College of Humanities is proud to congratulate CSUN’s 2023 Wolfson Scholar Natalie Castillo. This prestigious award is presented each year to a high achieving senior in honor of CSUN’s first vice president, Leo Wolfson. Castillo, who is graduating with a double major in Central American and Transborder Studies and Biology, exemplifies the spirit of this award both in her academic excellence and through her contributions to the campus and the community.

When she was a senior in high school, Castillo did not necessarily have her sights set on higher education. That was until a counselor took notice of her impressive GPA and encouraged her to apply. As a first-generation college student, she chose a major in Biology to satisfy the prerequisites for dental school, an educational path that her parents thought would lead their daughter to a lucrative and stable career Wolfson Scholar Natalie Castillo continues

Introducing the 2023 Humanities Dean’s Scholar Samantha Alarcon

Samantha AlarconAfter six consecutive semesters on the Dean’s List in the College of Humanities, Samantha Alarcon is graduating with a degree in Liberal Studies and a concentration in Social Science. When Alarcon first visited CSUN, she was immediately drawn to the campus. “I loved the layout of everything,” she says. “And I was really intrigued by all of the campus organizations and events that took place. So much to be a part of.” Alarcon cites the dedication of educators in her own past as the inspiration for her desire to work with kids. So, when it came to deciding on a major, Liberal Studies was an easy choice. Dean's Scholar Samantha Alarcon continues

 

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CSUN Student Collaboration with the LA Superior Court Recognized by the San Fernando Valley Bar Association

March 19, 2019

Administration of Justice Award

In February 2019, CSUN Spanish graduate students were recognized by the San Fernando Valley Bar Association for their work as Spanish/English volunteer interpreters during the pro-bono Family Law Department's event Settle-O-Rama at the LA Superior Court. It is the first time when Spanish interpreting is offered at no cost to litigants during these free mediation services significantly expediting  Read more

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