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Learning Lessons from the Incarceration of Japanese Americans to Improve Lives of Asian Americans Today

June 9, 2020

Quilt display

The California Civil Liberties Public Education Fund, a project of the California State Library, has awarded CSUN’s Civil Discourse and Social Change a $100,000 grant to support a year-long project, “World Remaking: Intergenerational Activism and Transformative Justice,” The project will use lectures, storytelling and performance to build bridges between generations and communities to explore ways to address issues of incarceration, deportation, detention and criminalization for some of the most underrepresented Asian/Pacific Islander groups in Los Angeles, including Pacific Islanders, Muslims, Southeast Asians and Japanese Americans. Read more

2020 Mike Curb College Dean’s Scholar

May 14, 2020

Alicia Gabrielle “Gabbie” Puzon

When Alicia Gabrielle “Gabbie” Puzon arrived at CSUN in 2016 to pursue a bachelor’s degree on an F-1 international student visa, she wasn’t sure what direction her studies would take. Read more

CSUN Opera Everywhere

May 6, 2020

Screen capture from virtual opera

CSUN Opera wasn’t about to let their hard work die on the vine, so the musicians and singers remotely recorded their parts for music director Mercedes Juan Musotto, who painstakingly synched and edited them to debut online. Read more

The Infinite Studio: Innovating Art Instruction in an Age of Pandemic

May 6, 2020

Samantha Fields

When classroom dynamics were upended campus-wide by the university’s transition to fully online teaching in the COVID-19 epidemic, the Department of Art faced its own particular challenge: How to make remote learning meaningful for a population of students who depend upon creative lab spaces, specialized equipment, and communal critiques to develop their work? Read more

Ravi Sawhney: Creative by Design

March 6, 2020

Ravi Sawhney

After graduation Sawhney enrolled at CSUN — originally in the engineering department. There, he participated in a summer “bridge” program to help incoming freshmen adjust to college life. Read more


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