Record Number of CSUN Alumni Attend Annual Symposium on EOH

  • Attendees at Environmental and Occupational Health Alumni

    More than 235 students, faculty and alumni attended California State University, Northridge’s ninth annual Environmental and Occupational Health Symposium on March 5. This year’s symposium was called “Energy Alternatives for California's Future: Environmental Health Aspects.” The event was co-sponsored by the Environmental and Occupational Health Alumni Chapter and brought together scientists, physicians, industry professionals, government consultants and policy experts to consider energy alternatives. Photo by Victor Kamont.

  • Vendor

    Airgas was one of the vendors with displays at the symposium in the University Student Union's Northridge Center. Attendees were able to receive information about new technology and equipment available. Photo by Victor Kamont.

  • Brano Goluza

    Los Angeles Trade-Technical College professor Brano Goluza presented information about the solar energy industry. He was one of several speakers to talk about energy alternatives at the symposium. Photo by Victor Kamont.

  • Bob Finkelstein

    Bob Finkelstein, president of CSUN's EOH Alumni Chapter, welcomed attendees to the annual symposium. He said more than 110 alumni professionals, a record number, attended this year's event. Photo by Victor Kamont.

  • Graduate student presentation

    An attendee reviews one of a dozen graduate student presentations on toxins associated with energy production and utilization. Photo by Victor Kamont.