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HIRI Nonprofit Research Fellowships - CSUN College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
The HIRI Nonprofit Research Fellowships provide support for faculty research studies on a wide range of topics about nonprofits and philanthropy. Applications must be submitted by October 31, 2015. One or more grants of up to $5,000 may be awarded by November 30, 2015. For more information and where to apply, please Read more
The Owens Valley is one of Los Angeles’ main water sources — pumping water to the region for the past 100 years. But at what cost to the valley’s people? A team of California State University, Northridge anthropology, botany and environmental science professors are studying the environmental and human impacts on Owens Valley plant life over the past 50 years. To learn more about the study, please visit CSUN today to Read more
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is offering FREE writing and statistics tutoring! Read more
Actor/Writer/Director/Psychology Professor Luciana Lagana Receives Three Wins at the 2015 Global Independent Film Awards for the TV Pilot Dr. Luciana on Aging and Falling. Please Read more
Department of Social Work
Admissions Informational Sessions
Informational sessions are a wonderful way to meet with members of our Department of Social Work Admissions Committee, get more information about our programs and the application process, as well as to ask us any questions you may have. Read more
Dr. Kerry Rockquemore, President and CEO of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity presents a Faculty Workshop on "Writing Procrastination & Resistance: How to Identify Your Writing Blocks and Move Through Them." For more infomation and to RSVP, please Read more
Symposium topics include Panel 1:Feminist Interventions in Current Ethno-Religious and Hegemonic Conflicts; Panel 2: Feminist Interventions in Conflict Zones and State/Ethnic/Religious Based Violence; Panel 3: Politics of Sectarian and Ethno-Religious Conflicts. Complete program information Read more
The Richard W. Smith Lecture Series presents:
Phil Zuckerman, Ph.D.
This lecture will present a view of atheism in America from two perspectives. The personal perspective of atheists will address what life is like living in the United States as an open atheist or agnostic. The societal perspective will discuss how the general public, and segments of the public, view atheists and agnostics as members of society. For more information and to register for this event, please Visit the event page.