Are recent job losses in the middle class random and temporary, or do they indicate a long-term trend? William Jennings, emeritus dean of the College of Business and Economics and interim vice president of University Advancement, provides insight into the realities of today’s job market. Jennings discusses how traditional, well-defined, “routine” jobs have lost ground [...] Read more
On Feb. 21, the California State University, Northridge College of Business and Economics held the final round of the Business Honors Case Competition, an annual event in which student teams from the Business Honors Program complete real-world case studies. This year, 20 students participated. The winning team — Amber Deegan, Steven Spanton and Joseph Zapantis [...] Read more
California State University, Northridge business students took home first prize at the 13th annual RISE (Redefining Investment Strategy Education) international student portfolio competition, held in conjunction with the RISE 13 investment forum April 4-6. The CSUN team placed first in the value portfolio category, besting about 200 other teams. The group was also one [...] Read more
April 15 is a lot closer than one would think. With a little more than 10 weeks to go until tax day, the students who make up California State University, Northridge’s Wayne and Roberta Colmer Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program want to remind the public that they are available to help members of the community prepare their taxes.
California State University, Northridge officials and the friends and family of the late Mike Mahony, a former member of the U.S. Marine Corps and a Cal State Northridge alumnus, have created a scholarship in his memory for Marine veterans interested in pursuing careers in business.