2020 News and Events Archives

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For Many Nurses, the Operating Room is the Next Step

As the pandemic enters a new, more manageable phase, many in health care are asking, “What’s next?” The answer, for a growing number, is the operating room (OR). With much of the nation now vaccinated, the public is increasingly seeking long-delayed surgical treatments – for everything from cancer...

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A Culture of Accessibility

On its homepage, the California State University Chancellor’s Office recently praised two cutting-edge CSUN programs: the M.S. in Assistive Technology Engineering and the M.S. in Assistive Technology Studies and Human Services. The two degrees, the CSU says, are a part of the university’s larger...

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CSUN Taxation Master’s Receives High Honors

In a year of many changes, CSUN’s Master of Science in Taxation remained exceptional. The award-winning master’s degree, say several leading organizations, is among the country’s finest and exemplifies the highest standards in instruction, curriculum and student achievement. This year’s awards,...

Smart Manufacturing Program Launch

Tseng College Launches Smart Manufacturing Program

Learn how to use data analytics and artificial intelligence to improve manufacturing systems! CSUN's new Certificate of Advanced Professional Development in Smart Manufacturing gives you the skills needed for this vital field.  Smart manufacturing uses computers, robotics, 3D printing and...

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Webinar to Discuss Response to COVID-19

Join the live webinar, Coronavirus Crossroads – Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Local Governments, June 16, 10-11 a.m. The free Zoom event features Master of Public Administration faculty David Cain, MPA; Shauna Clark, MBA; and  Steven Wantz, MPA. The panel will give strategies to help state and...

Courses for Causes

CSUN Offers “Courses for Causes” to Community

The COVID-19 crisis has people worried about their livelihoods and their future.  In response, The California State University Chancellor’s Office – in collaboration with Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) units of CSU campuses – launches Courses for Causes.  Anyone can take these free,...

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Master of Arts in Diverse Community Development Leadership Launches

Millennials and Generation Z-ers make it clear:  They don’t want just another cubicle job without meaning.  Gallup research reports that millennials are “motivated more by mission and purpose in a job than a paycheck.” But millennials aren’t the only generation seeking higher purpose.

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Students Visit CSUN from IBS Americas in Brazil

CSUN welcomes  65 students from International Business School Americas (IBS) in São Paulo, Brazil! They are in the U.S. for a short-term business program from January 6-23, 2020.  Students hailing from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, France, Mexico, Peru and Spain will take a three-...