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Statement from CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison on Wildfires Affecting State, Sister Campuses
To the Campus Community:
Our nation has endured a disheartening string of tragic events over the last several weeks, and now in recent days wildfires have devastated large swaths of Northern California. The images of smoldering destruction are shocking, and knowing that one of the hardest hit areas is that of our sister CSU campus, Sonoma State, is particularly gripping. Many of our CSU colleagues have been directly and significantly affected. If you would like to make a donation to help those who have suffered loss you can do so at the Sonoma State Fire Victims Fund. I know that your support and thoughts will be appreciated.
Dianne F. Harrison
California State University, Northridge’s ongoing efforts to cultivate a diverse and inclusive campus community are earning national recognition from two organizations dedicated to supporting and celebrating diversity. Continue reading about CSUN's diversity awards.
Hilary J. Baker, vice president for information technology and chief information officer (CIO) at California State University, Northridge, has been appointed to the board of EDUCAUSE, the association for information technology in higher education. Continue reading about Hilary J. Baker.
They became teachers and principals. They helped shape thousands upon thousands of lives. Products of the Operation Chicano Teachers (OCT) program — an initiative that began at California State University, Northridge in 1973 and was intended to recruit and give academic support to Latino students interested in education careers — 13 women from the second cohort are making a new impact. Continue reading about Operation Chicano Teachers.
Recognizing that there is no single answer to ensuring students have the support they need to graduate, officials at California State University, Northridge have built a “village” — spearheaded by the Office of Student Success Innovations — to tap into a wide pool of campus talent to find creative ways to help students succeed. Continue reading about the Office of Student Success Innovations.