Conversations about such issues as violence, guns, climate change, ethical behavior, fake news and social media seem to be getting louder and more vitriolic, with people more entrenched in their silos than ever before. Hoping to cut through the noise and get people to pause and think about what is being said and the type of person they want to be. Continue reading about CSUN Professor Jennifer Thompson's Website.
A prominent alumnus, faculty and staff invited California State University, Northridge students to jump into a brave, new world March 2 as the university kicked off its first student venture competition focused on artificial intelligence (AI). In the monthlong competition, dubbed AI-Jam, students form small teams to identify and tackle a problem that can be addressed through AI technology and innovation, or the teams can select from topics posed by CSUN faculty. Continue reading about AI-Jam 2018.
As thousands of students bustled to their classes on Feb. 22, California State University, Northridge officials unveiled a striking new landmark outside Bookstein Hall, home of the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics. The inspiring marble sculpture, Unbound, stands at the crossroads between the business college, the Education Building and the always-busy Arbor Grill dining complex. At 4 tons and approximately 15 feet high, it’s hard to miss. Continue reading about the New CSUN marble sculpture, Unbound.
Young musicians from all over the nation — inspired and motivated by their passion for jazz music — auditioned for the annual Next Generation Monterrey Jazz Festival (NGMJF). This year, a California State University, Northridge student-band will get the chance to share their love of music with the world. Continue reading about the CSUN student band.