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Portfolium Winners

Congratulations to the winners of CSUN’s 2018 Matador Moments: Freshman Challenge! Matador Moments was aimed at inspiring fellow Matadors by sharing stories from all students about a moment of connection to CSUN during their first year. Read more about this Challenge and future opportunities at the Matador Moments website

 

Matador moments promotional poster: Collage of CSUN students in the shape of a matador with the words "Matador Moments: Inspire an incoming student to discover a CSUN connection by telling your first year Matador story"

First Place: Sofia Ayerdi

Top Runner-Ups:
Jesus Gomez Perez
Sophia (Leland) Sandoval
Michael Molloy
Karen Lopez
Victoria Womble
Tammy Rassamekiarttisak

November 2016 Challenge Winners

Congratulations to our three winners from the November 2016 "myCSUNStory" Portfolium Challenge, sponsored by the Office of Institutional Research!  

  1. Devan Zarro
  2. Oscar Rodriguez
  3. Marizabel Archilla

We received 65 amazing CSUN Stories which can be viewed on the MyCSUNStory Portfolium Challenge Page.  

Winner's Circle: portfolium interface

 

 

February 2016 Challenge Winners

Congratulations to our three winners from the February 2016 Portfolium Challenge, sponsored by CSUN's Office of Community Engagement!

Select each entry title to view the full entry:

 

natalie Gibson  1st place - Natalie Gibson, Big Buddies Christmas 

Andrew Tiu 2nd place - Andrew Tiu, Giving Back...

Majesca Wong 3rd place - Majesca Wong, Summer Camp Job

November 2015 Challenge Winners

Congratulations to our three winners from the November 2015 Portfolium Challenge!

Click on the winners' names to see their Portfolium pages:

photo of Scott Judge

 

1st place - Scott Judge, Mechanical Engineering

 

photo of Benjamin Villalobos2nd place - Benjamin Villalobos, Computer Science 

photo of Alexandria Pack3rd place - Alexandria Pack, Nutrition and Dietetics

The criteria for this challenge was (1) profile completeness and (2) at least two high quality entries. Over 500 submissions were received for the November challenge. Entries were judged by a committee of CSUN students and staff.