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CSUN Is a Force for Good, and We Will Do More To the Campus Community,

CSUN Is a Force for Good, and We Will Do More

To the Campus Community,

Across the country and around the world, people are declaring that Black lives matter and demanding an end to deep-rooted racism and inequality. At CSUN, we agree, and we add our voice to those calling for equality and justice that is long overdue.

Read the full message from CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison.

To Honor George Floyd and Others Killed in Racial Violence, CSUN Community Calls for Change

CSUN students, faculty, staff and leadership reacted with outrage, horror and grief and called for change following the death of George Floyd. Numerous campus organizations spoke out for equality and justice and engaged in conversations to show support for Black students.

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CSUN’s Nhut Ho has been awarded a $538,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop swarms of fully autonomous robots capable of planetary exploration, and has terrestrial applications in such areas as search and rescue, mining and AI/Autonomy in extreme environments.” border=

Insects Inspire Swarms of Robots for Space Exploration, in CSUN Prof’s Project

California State University, Northridge mechanical engineering professor Nhut Ho, founding director of the NASA Autonomy Research Center for STEAHM (ARCS), has been awarded a $538,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to collaborate on the “Human Swarming Teaming Platform for Research in Human Automation Trust and Reliance” project.

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CSUN Prof is Studying the Impact the Internet, Social Media Are Having on Young People During the Pandemic

Parents have always wondered if too much screen time was harmful for their kids. Since the start of COVID-19, the reliance on the internet and technology has increased to such a degree, that what was once considered spending too much time on screen has now become the norm for millions of people across the country.

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Summer Training Helps Faculty Offer Engaging, Accessible Fall Courses

Hundreds of CSUN faculty members are expected to spend their summer training to improve their virtual lessons — helping to ensure that fall online classes will be rigorous and engaging to continue giving students a top-notch education.

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CSUN Prof Receives Grant from DOD

A team of California State University, Northridge geological sciences professors, led by professor Scott Hauswirth, has been awarded $600,000 by the United States Office of the Secretary of Defense to help develop a geological center at the university.

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HSI Pathways Entire Cohort Receives Full Funding for Doctoral Programs for 3rd Straight Year

For the third straight year, CSUN’s entire HSI Pathways to the Professoriate student cohort has received full funding to attend graduate school.

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