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A CSBS Self-Care Program Event. Read more
The Institute for Sustainability is hosting a free screening of GLACIAL BALANCE followed by a Q&A session with filmmaker Ethan Steinman whose award winning documentary takes us from Colombia to Argentina, getting to know those who are the first to be affected by melting glacial reserves. The film offers an opportunity to hear, in the locals’ own words, the human impacts of a climate out of control. Read more
This workshop will introduce students to the process of analyzing and writing up qualitative data. The workshop covers basic techniques for coding and organizing data as well as tools for developing and presenting qualitative research findings. Read more
Join us for a presentation and panel discussion with CSUN African American Female students who participated in the CSUN Learning Habits Project, current CSUN students and Industry Leaders in Education and Entertainment, as they discuss strategies for ACADEMIC and PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS! Continue reading about this workshop.
California State University, Northridge associate anthropology professor Hélène Rougier has embarked on a mission with an international team of fellow scientists to answer questions of epic prehistoric proportions — where did the early Europeans come from and how did they get there? Continue reading about Professor Rougier's work.
The National Council for Black Studies (NCBS) recently honored California State University, Northridge’s Department of Africana Studies with its Sankore Institutional Award for outstanding contributions to the development of Africana studies. The award was presented in March at the organization’s 40th annual conference in North Carolina. Continue reading about Africana Studies.
CSUN DC interns attended a screening of the Tom Bradley documentary Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race. Screened at the Congressional Visitors Center this event was sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus. Read more
Since 2013, the Behavior Analyst Certification Board® has published pass-rate data for the BCBA certification exam. For the 2015 exam, CSUN students taking the exam for the first time had a passing rate of 97% compared to the national average of 70%. Read more