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Dean Webb Honored by Alma Mater, University of Minnesota

December 5, 2017

HHD Dean Farrell J. Webb

Before he rose to helm the College of Health and Human Development at California State University, Northridge and served as associate dean at its sister campus, Cal State LA, Dean Farrell J. Webb sojourned in much colder climates. He earned his doctorate at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and taught for many years at Kansas State University. And though he has spent several years as an academic leader back in his native sunny California, his Midwestern alma mater called Webb “home” to Minneapolis this month for a warm reception, to accept one of its highest alumni awards. Read more

FCS Interior Design Students Score Two Awards at Competition

December 5, 2017

model shows off the students' creation

It cost a lot of sleep and time and incited a few nerves, but in the end, all the effort paid off.  Six HHD FCS students won the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) 2017 “Haunt Couture” award in the “animation” and “people’s choice” categories. The creative competition team was made up of interior design seniors Shadi Ahmadizadeh, Nicole Esper, Ana Leon Martinez, and Shahrzad Rabat, and apparel design and merchandising seniors Estefany Gallegos and Maria Juarez. The students based their design on the fire-breathing Pokémon character Charizard, an orange dragon with blue wings. Read more

Kaiser Permanente Grant Promotes Healthy Eating and Educating Parents and Caregivers

November 29, 2017

woman cultivates plants in a garden

HHD's Marilyn Magaram Center and CSUN's Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing were awarded a $60,000 Community Benefit grant from the Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center. The money is being used to promote wholesome eating and improve health in Canoga Park. The grant is supporting “Let’s Eat Healthy,” a program that provides courses and workshops for low-income individuals on how to establish and maintain healthy eating habits and home environments. Read more

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