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COVID-19 Update: March 19, 2020, 9:00 p.m.

Click here to read a message from CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison.


COVID-19 Update: March 19, 2020 http://www.pmimall.com/president/covid-19-update-march-19-2020

Distinguished Alumni Award winner Ravi Sawhney ’79” border= Ravi Sawhney: Creative by Design

Ravi K. Sawhney ’79 (Art), always a creative child while growing up in Reseda, was inspired and entranced by his high school ceramics teacher, Leroy Petersen, at Cleveland High School. The teacher, who’d studied under a ceramics master in Japan, gave Sawhney free rein of the potter’s wheel and kiln, as well as his extensive library of art and design reference books. Continue reading about Distinguished Alumni Award winner Ravi Sawhney.

Matthew Cristi Engineered Leader: Student Named “New Face of Engineering”

Matthew Cristi, a graduating senior and civil engineering major, was one of 10 civil engineering students from across the nation recently chosen as a 2020 New Face of Civil Engineering – Collegiate Edition by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Continue reading about Matthew Cristi.

“A CSUN Program Offers ‘Residency Grants’ to Future Teachers

The California State University system also is making available scholarships of up to $10,000 to financially eligible CSUN students in the regular ACT program. The Teacher Residency Scholarship Program was established for CSU students enrolled in programs that meet the quality standards set by the New Generation of Educators Initiative Continue reading about CSUN'S Residency Grants .

CSUN Parking Structure Drive. Park. Study. Repeat: Big Changes to Alleviate CSUN Parking and Traffic

The biggest update at CSUN is rising along Zelzah Avenue at Plummer Street: the new G6 parking structure. This new, 1,500-space structure — currently under construction — features an entrance/exit to the Zelzah/Plummer intersection, additional electric vehicle charging stations; bicycle and scooter storage; and energy-efficient LED lighting. The structure is scheduled to open at the start of fall 2020 semester, according to Ken Rosenthal, vice president of Facilities Development and Operations. Continue reading about CSUN's Big Changes.

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