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Message on Southern California Fires

To the Campus Community,

Throughout the past week, Southern California has experienced unprecedented wildfires, including areas surrounding CSUN. Unfortunately, strong winds continue to make this situation an ongoing threat, particularly to our neighbors in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. I am grateful for the bravery of the men and women who helped to contain the fires closest to our campus and continue to risk their lives battling blazes across the region. Despite the very real danger to health and safety, I am also inspired to witness the positive spirit demonstrated by CSUN students, faculty and staff. Our community consistently pulls together in challenging times, and these recent crises are no different.

I have been saddened to learn that some in our campus community have been directly affected by the fires. If you have experienced hardship due to the impact of this disaster, employees should contact Associate Vice President for Human Resources Kristina de la Vega and students should contact Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students William Watkins. We will continue to support and work with you during this difficult time.

Sincerely,
Dianne F. Harrison, Ph.D.
President


Campus Notice Regarding Wildfires

UPDATE Monday, December 11

CSUN is open and fully operational.

Based on individual circumstances, some students and employees may be significantly impacted by the fires. Students unable to attend class should notify their instructors, and employees unable to report for work should contact their manager. Faculty and supervisors are asked to continue providing latitude to students and employees affected by the fires.


A group of LAUSD PACE members on the CSUN campus.CSUN Helps LAUSD Set PACE for College, Community Connections

California State University, Northridge’s commitment to students begins long before enrollment. Realizing that many CSUN students are the first in their family to attend college, university officials work with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and other community partners to assist families in preparing their children for academic success. Continue reading about CSUN and LAUSD.

Kayla KaiserCSUN Professor Uses Traditional Foods to Spread Cultural Insight in STEM

The smell of fresh food wafts through the air as students in an introductory-science course quietly read through the day’s lesson. Delicately cut squares of a potato-meat dish, the day’s entree, are carefully delivered to each student’s desk. Continue reading about CSUN professor Kayla Kaiser.

Scott KleinmanCSUN Prof Part of Effort to Combat Misconceptions About the Humanities

Declaring a major in the humanities — whether philosophy, English, a classical language or cultural studies — often elicits a skeptically raised eyebrow from friends and loved ones, and the suggestion that the only career you’ll be prepared for is as a barista at the local coffee shop. Continue reading about CSUN professor Scott Kleinman.

Adina and Ray CalnanAlumni Couple Establishes Scholarship for CSUN Dreamers

CSUN alumni Adina and Ray Calnan have a personal understanding of the unique challenges faced by young immigrants to the U.S. At the age of 15, Adina ’04 (Accountancy), ’04 (Finance), M.S. ’17 (Accountancy) immigrated to the United States from Romania; at the age of three, Ray ’03 (Finance) immigrated to the U.S. Continue reading about CSUN Alumni Ray and Adina Calnan.

CSUN’s Innovative and Entrepreneurial Program Promotes Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

California State University, Northridge’s new entrepreneurial program, Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Site Program helps students undertake the challenge of customer discovery, a process that incorporates customers early in a business development process. Continue reading about the Innovation Corp Program.

 

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