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California State University, Northridge assistant professor of psychology Alyssa ArentoftCSUN Prof Receives $435,000 Federal Grant to Study Ways to Improve the Health of Those Who Are HIV+

California State University, Northridge assistant professor of psychology Alyssa Arentoft, is spending the next three years examining health risk behavior and neurocognitive functioning in those who have the human immunodeficiency virus. Continue reading about CSUN professor of psychology Alyssa Arentoft's research.

"He has Many Skeletons in His Closet" by student artist MAKExhibit Showcases Stories of Resilience from CSUN Freshmen

Whether it captures an emotion, change or perspective, art allows viewers to experience the world through a novel lens. To make this encounter possible, there must be an artist, unafraid to portray their craft. In this spirit, the Office of Community Engagementthe Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing, and the Neighborhood Partners in Action at California State University. Continue reading about CSUN Freshmen's art exhibit.

a volunteer and a director of (mmc) cook food for a workshop.The Magaram Center Hosts Cooking for Health Workshop for Cancer Patients

The Marilyn Magaram Center for Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics (MMC) and the Jennifer Diamond Cancer Foundation have begun a journey together in efforts to serve the San Fernando Valley’s cancer patients. Continue reading about the (MMC) and the Jennifer Diamond Cancer Foundation nutritional support workshops.

CSUN Alumni Thomas Johnson IIICSUN Accelerated Teacher Program Alum Wants to Serve as Role Model for Male Students

Thomas Johnson III knows he’s been lucky to have great mentors — adult role models who taught him how to succeed. After graduating from California State University, Northridge and preparing to embark on a career in education, he’s eager to serve as a mentor for the next generations of students. Continue reading about CSUN Alumni Thomas Johnson III.

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