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Congratulations to Professors Craig Olwert, Urban Studies and Planning, Danielle Bram, Center for Geographical Studies and Jodi Constantine Brown, Department of Social Work. They are the 2015 HIRI Research Fellowship winners.
For more information about their projects and the next competition, please Read more
CSBS Professors Kenya Covington, Urban Studies and Holli Tonyan, Psychology have both been awarded the 2015 Distinguished Teaching, Counseling, or Librarianship Award.
Three awards are given each year to faculty with a record of superlative teaching, counseling or librarianship, and/or have developed and successfully utilized a major curriculum improvement project that advances teaching effectiveness at any educational level. Congratulations Professors Covington and Tonyan! Read more
Dr. Luciana Lagana', and her educational show, have won the 2015 Houston Film Fest for Best Educational Show! Read more
2015 Preeminent Scholarly Publication Award was awarded to Thomas Devine, of the History Department for his book "Henry Wallace's 1948 Presidential Campaign and the Future of Postwar Liberalism." Please, Read more
The National Council for Black Studies (NCBS) held its annual conference in Los Angeles. Conference highlights included: Congresswoman Karen Bass as a keynote speaker; a town hall meeting with Assemblywoman Dr. Shirley Weber at the African American Museum; and a plenary session hosted by UCLA on the 2015 Hollywood Diversity Report with actors Robert Townsend, Wren Brown, and others. Read more
Congratulations to CSUN's 2015 Model UN delegation!
This year, CSUN team won the coveted "Outstanding Delegation Award," which is the highest team award of the conference. This award, which is given by the National Collegiate College Association, is a testament to the preparation and hard work of the CSUN team in formulating and proposing solutions to global and regional problems. About 3,000 students from hundreds of colleges around the world participated in the conference. It is a great honor that CSUN was selected to receive this highest award. Read more
Psychologist Thomas E. Backer, Ph.D. remembers his first visit to California State University, Northridge. It was 1963, and CSUN was… Read more