(NORTHRIDGE, CA - December 19, 2012) — CSUN's Oviatt Library has an extra $4,500 today, thanks to a generous donation by SAGE. SAGE, a learning-in-retirement group affiliated with the Tseng College, also donates scholarship money for CSUN students, sponsored a senior computers class on... Continue reading about SAGE Donates Funds to Library
(NORTHRIDGE, CA - November 28, 2012) — Self-driving cars…prosthetic arms that take the place of natural arms…assembling and packaging parts…These are just some of the possibilities with robotics described by S.K. Ramesh, dean of CSUN's College of Engineering and Computer Science, at an "... Continue reading about It's Not Sci-Fi: Robotics Technology Expands
(NORTHRIDGE, CA - November 8, 2012) — At a recent information session, attorney and instructor Jack Goetz explained how the Tseng College's Mediation and Conflict Resolution program equips students to mediate disputes for the Los Angeles Superior Court, the community and in the workplace.... Continue reading about Mediation Program Helps Resolve Disputes
(NORTHRIDGE, CA - Oct. 31, 2012) — CSUN Provost Harry Hellenbrand explained how research at CSUN can help the local community, at a breakfast seminar sponsored by the Tseng College. Area business, government and college representatives attended the event, held at CSUN's University Club.... Continue reading about Research Helps Community
(TARZANA, CA - October 20, 2012) — SAGE, a learning-in-retirement group affiliated with the Tseng College, celebrated its 25th anniversary Oct. 20 at the Braemar Country Club in Tarzana. SAGE is open to anyone with a passion for learning, researching and sharing their knowledge in member-... Continue reading about SAGE Celebrates 25th Anniversary
(BURBANK, CA - October 19, 2012) — Dr. William Roberts, professor of economics, director of the San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center at CSUN, and faculty in the Tseng College's Graduate Certificate in Business Administration gave an overview of expected economic activity in the San... Continue reading about Tseng College Professor Speaks at Business Forecast Conference
(NORTHRIDGE, CA - September 15, 2012) — When President Theodore Roosevelt threatened to halt football in 1905 because of its intense violence at the time, football organizers responded, resulting in rules that restricted its violence. But can the president stop football?
(NORTHRIDGE, CA - September 13, 2012) — Community members, CSUN graduates and students who want to broaden their knowledge of cultural, intellectual, philosophic and political ideas that drive the world learned how a Master of Arts in Humanities accomplishes these goals, at a recent... Continue reading about Humanities Degree Gives Broad Perspective
(NORTHRIDGE, CA - Aug. 27, 2012) — Students from India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey and throughout Asia will visit CSUN without leaving their homes at a Virtual Student Fair Sept. 15, 2012. The Tseng College will answer questions and provide information about degree and... Continue reading about Asian Students to Explore CSUN through Virtual Student Fair
(NORTHRIDGE, Calif., Aug. 20, 2012) — Students from Latin America will visit CSUN without having to travel to the campus at a Virtual Student Fair Sept. 8, 2012. The Tseng College's International Programs and Partnerships (IPP) will provide them with the information they need.