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College of Health and Human Development

Office of the Dean


Sequoia Hall Room 220
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, CA 91330-8215
 

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Join Dr. Mechelle Best, Dean of the College of Health and Human Development, for a wide ranging conversation with Nicole Harper Rawlins about entrepreneurship, leadership, and legacy.


Harper Rawlins and her sister are powerhouses in the world of McDonald's franchises with restaurants in South Los Angeles.


Come learn more about their journey and the critical lessons thev have learned along the way.

Black Woman Entrepreneur Leader.
Tue, April 23, 2pm - 3:15pm.
Grand Salon, University  Student Union (USU).

Join Dr. Mechelle Best Dean of College of Health and Human Development for a conversation with Nicole Harper Rawlins on Tue April 23 2 PM - 3:15 PM Grand salon University Student Union (USU)

Nicole Harper Rawlins
Black. Women. Entrepreneur. Leader.

Kinesis: Emerging Choreography is the annual spring dance concert from the Dance Program in the Department of Kinesiology. It provides rich opportunities to integrate the art and science of human movement, in fact, psychological data will be gathered during the performances. Kinesis is supported by the Institutionally Related Activities program; this program is integral to the vitality of our dance programing at CSUN. This evening of dance features the works of top undergraduate student choreographers and dancers who will demonstrate diverse choreographic visions, passionate dancing, and powerful performances.

Showtimes:

  • Wednesday April 24, 2024 at 7:30 pm
  • Thursday April 25, 2024 at 2 pm and
  • Thursday April 25, 2024 7:30 pm

Plaza Del Sol Performance Hall
Box office: 818-677-2488

Students/Seniors: $10
General Admission: $20

Kinesis: Emerging Choreography is the annual spring dance concert from the Dance Program in the Department of Kinesiology. It provides rich opportunities to integrate the art and science of human movement, in fact, psychological data will be gathered during the performances. Kinesis is supported by the Institutionally Related Activities program; this program is integral to the vitality of our dance programing at CSUN. This evening of dance features the works of top undergraduate student choreographers and d

Spring Dance Concert, Kinesis: Emerging Choreography

 

USU inviting students to Night Market, where they can experience the sights, sounds and flavors of a night out in the city. Students and their families will enjoy pulse-pounding music, street performances and photo opportunities. This event is the perfect way for Matadors to get in touch with their campus community and take part in delightful activities to earn prizes.

Friday, April 26
6-10 PM
Plaza Del Sol, University Student Union

USU flyer inviting students to Night Market, where they can experience the sights, sounds and flavors of a night out in the city. Students and their families will enjoy pulse-pounding music, street performances and photo opportunities. This event is the perfect way for Matadors to get in touch with their campus community and take part in delightful activities to earn prizes.

USU Night Market
Friday April 26 6-10 p.m

 

Tea Haven Spring Events! Come create origami, music, crafts, and sip tea to support better mental health practices! The Tea Haven events aim to help CSUN students develop social connections, gain resources, and engage in wellness activities to help combat stress and increase coping skills. Tea Haven is funded by CQF: Tea Haven Project.  It is an exciting cross-college collaboration between the College of Health and Human Development (CADV, FCS, & MMC) and the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, & Communication (CTVA; Dr. Elizabeth Leister).

May 2nd, 2024, 1:30 – 3:00 P.M.

Sequoia Hall Courtyard

More About Tea Haven and the May Event

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Tea Haven x CSUN/CTVA May 2nd, 2024 Sequoia Hall Courtyard, 1:30 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.

Join us in the garden to learn better mental health practices! Enjoy elements of music, meditation, and immersive art inside a virtual reality world, sip tea, and more. We will be molding clay and relaxing using Oculus VR headsets. 

Event brought to you by the CSUN Marilyn Magaram Center for Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics.

Fashion Design and Merchandising student organization
45th Annual Fashion Show
Fashion Imprint Designers leave a trace

Donate to CSUN TRENDS Student Organization Annual Fashion Show

THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2024
UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION
NORTHRIDGE CENTER
ON THE
CSUN CAMPUS

TICKETS SOLD AT
ASSOCIATED STUDENT TICKETING OFFICE
$15 STUDENTS: CSUN ID
$20 GENERAL ADMISSION
DOORS OPEN @ 5:15 PM
SHOW STARTS @ 6:00 PM

(818) 677 - 2488

CSUN TRENDS Fashion Design and Merchandising student organization 45th Annual Fashion Show Fashion Imprint Designers leave a trace THURSDAY MAY 2, 2024   UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION NORTHRIDGE CENTER ON THE CSUN CAMPUS  TICKETS SOLD AT ASSOCIATED STUDENT TICKETING OFFICE $15 STUDENTS: CSUN ID $20 GENERAL ADMISSION DOORS OPEN @ 5:15 PM SHOW STARTS @ 6:00 PM (818) 677 - 2488

CSUN TRENDS 45th Annual Fashion Show flyer

CSUN TRENDS Student Organization Annual Fashion Show fundraiser flyer

Fundraiser Challenge: Support TRENDS Annual Fashion Show 

College of Health and Human Development

Office of the Dean


Sequoia Hall Room 220
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, CA 91330-8215
 

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Phone: (818) 677-3001

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