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Steven Stumpf
Office location:
Laurel Hall


Steven H. Stumpf has more than 30 years as a Health Professions Educator and Program Evaluator. Dr. Stumpf worked as faculty and administrator at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine for 18 years. He was the Program Educator and Director of Research and Grants for the Physician Assistant program and the Department of Family Medicine. As the Director of Projects Development and Chief of Operations with the USC Advanced BioTelecommunications & BioInformatics Center, he co-directed one of the ground breaking teletechnology integrators with public and private sector groups in California. He has developed and implemented numerous collaborative projects throughout Los Angeles and California. Dr. Stumpf graduated from UCLA with a doctorate degree in education specializing in research methods and program evaluation.

Eating Animals in the 21st Century: To What Extent Should We Limit Ourselves, If At All?

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 - 12:30pm to 1:45pm

Chickens on grass

Presented by Professor Aaron GrossMost people enjoy eating meat and are pleased when they can afford to buy it.  They don’t want to limit themselves or feel guilty about their appetites.  Religious thinkers and Religious Studies academics want people to look deeper into their choices.  Professor Gross will describe what goes into the process of getting meat onto our dinner table, and he suggests ways that we may think about the ethical challenges that result from our industrialized animal agriculture.  Read more


Sunday, March 23, 2014 - 10:00am

Still from documentary film Papirosen

This 2011 documentary by filmmaker Gaston Solnicki is an intimate portrait of the four generations of his Argentinian Jewish family.  Crafted from videos of private scenes at home and on vacation, with older photos from family archives and the voice-over of his Poland-born grandmother, the film draws us into the lives of these strong-minded and passionate characters. Read more

Holiday Closure

Monday, March 31, 2014 - 1:00am to 11:45pm

cesar chavez picture

The university will be formally closed in observance of Cesar Chavez Holiday on Monday, March 31, 2014. Read more

Decolonizing Jotería through Films

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 4:30pm

Xamuel Bañales
Guest speaker Xamuel Bañales is an Ethnic Studies scholar who currently teaches at Northern Arizona University. He received his PhD from UC Berkeley and his research interests include youth studies, social movements, and decolonial thought.   
Tuesday, March 18th
from 4:30-6:00p.m.
Jerome Richfield 315
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The Pride-scope

June 18, 2013

Wide-angle photo of the interior of the Pride Center showing students sitting and enjoying the space.

Take a detailed look into one of CSUN’s newest resource centers. Although summer is here and school is out, the Pride Center is open. Check out the great highlights from this past school year and what your resource center is up to for the break. Read more