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By Diversifying Their ‘Portfolio,’ Some Corals Are Surviving, at Least in the Short Term, Says CSUN Marine Biologist

The world of finance is providing insight into what is happening to Caribbean coral forests as the climate continues to…

CSUN Profs Call Judge Jackson Supreme Court Nomination Historic, Say She’ll Face a Contentious Hearing Because of Her Race and Gender

As Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings begin, two California State University, Northridge professors noted the historic significance of a…

CSUN’s Nazarian College Part of International Effort to Develop AI to Enhance Cross-Cultural Dialogue

Using the wrong word or misinterpreting body language can throw off an international business deal or sabotage efforts to negotiate…

Researchers Who Hide Their Queer Identities at Work May Be Adversely Impacting Their Careers, According to New Study by CSUN Prof

Scientists who don’t feel they can express their queer identities at work have lower research productivity, as measured by their…

CSUN Prof Says L.A.’s COVID-19 Data Provides Template for Understanding How Pandemics Spread

Even as the World Health Organization was declaring COVID-19 a pandemic, California State University, Northridge geography professor Steven Graves said…