California State University, Northridge assistant professor of Psychology, Alyssa Arentoft, is spending the next three years examining health risk behavior and neurocognitive functioning in those who have the human immunodeficiency virus. Read more
California State University, Northridge’s Department of Criminology and Justice Studies is less than a year old, but its students are already working closely with the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office to help officials there evaluate the effectiveness of some of its programs. Read more
Communications major and Queer Studies minor Michaé Pulido published an article "Respect Your Trans Elders: Two Justice Warriors Who Paved the Way for Today’s Trans Movement” as part of their DC Internship with the National Center for Transgender Equality. Read more
The M3 team is made up of faculty, graduate students, and research assistants committed to the success of Latino, African-American/Black, Native American, Southeast Asian and other minoritized students. Read about M3 at CSUN Today.