Marilyn Magaram Center

Marilyn Magaram Center

To safeguard the health and wellbeing of our students, staff and faculty, the Marilyn Magaram Center has completely transitioned to virtual operations and our in-person services have been modified to online, virtual, and phone formats in compliance with CSUN’s COVID-19 measures. We will communicate updates through our site, MMC Virtual Events, and our social media platforms according to the latest available information. Please continue to find the latest campus updates from the CSUN COVID-19 website.

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Spring 2021 Upcoming Events

March 16, 2021

spring 2021 upcoming events

We are excited to announce the lineup of workshops and programs that we are offering in Spring 2021.  Did you know all of our workshops are free to attend? This was made possible through generous support from the Joseph Drown Foundation and contributions from our donors. Read more

Alumni Highlight

March 16, 2021

Jeri Gertzman

We would like to welcome back CSUN Alumna, Jeri Gertzman, as our newest dietitian for the MMC Wellness Clinic.  Jeri is a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist.  She completed her Dietetic Internship and Master of Science degree in Food and Nutrition as part of CSUN’s first Dietetic Internship class in 1991. Read more

Student Highlights

March 16, 2021

student highlights

The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and the Marilyn Magaram Center are committed to providing our students with financial support and opportunities for advancement in the fields of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science. Read more

CalFresh Updates

March 16, 2021

cal fresh healthy living

CalFresh Healthy Living is a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) grant that aims to reduce obesity and chronic disease among low-income populations. The Marilyn Magaram Center and the Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing aim to inspire and empower under-served SNAP-Ed eligible participants to improve their health by promoting awareness, education, and community change through diverse partnerships, resulting in healthy eating and active living. Read more

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