Statement from CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison on New Zealand Terror Attacks
On behalf of California State University, Northridge, our hearts, thoughts and condolences are with the victims, survivors, first responders, friends and family, and the global Muslim community affected by Friday’s horrific mass shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand. Terror attacks like this have become heartbreakingly common and are a reminder of the need to remain vigilant in our opposition to hate and to treasure our loved ones.
Some might describe California State University, Northridge alumnus Bryan Green ’94 (Marketing) as a “born negotiator.” At the tender age of 9, the future president and CEO of Advantage Fitness Products (AFP) was inspired to create his own employment opportunity. Continue reading about CSUN alumnus Bryan Green.
California State University, Northridge President Dianne F. Harrison has been named Woman of the Year for the state’s 18th Senate District by Sen. Robert Hertzberg. Continue reading about CSUN's President Dianne F. Harrison.
For graduating seniors, CSUN GradFest 2019 will take place from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., March 13 and 14, at the CSUN Campus Store Complex. The event gives students the opportunity to make their final preparations for graduation, including renting caps and gowns, information on ceremony schedules, reserving guest tickets, purchasing souvenirs and taking graduation portraits. Continue reading about CSUN Commencement 2019.
Neighborhoods Matter: Study finds neighborhoods are significantly related to academic achievement in African American youth over time
New research by a California State University, Northridge psychology professor underscores the important role relationships within neighborhoods play in the development and success of adolescents. Continue reading about New research by a CSUN psychology professor.
Lime has announced that it is discontinuing its app-based bike-share programs, including the one that debuted at California State University, Northridge in January 2018. As a result of this company decision, Lime has ended its contract with the university, and all bikes and program signage will be removed from campus on March 19. Continue reading about Lime announcement.