2 Founders Day Celebrated
2 Theatre Faculty Awarded Fulbright
Vol. XIV · No. 4 October 5, 2009
Cal State Northridge—The Intellectual, Economic and Cultural Heart of the San Fernando Valley and Beyond
HR Launches Workshop Series on Personal Finance
V.P. Tom McCarron and Dean William Jennings Offer Advice on Managing Debt and Improving Credit
E ncouraging participants to take
what he called a “commonsen-
sical” approach to finances,
Tom McCarron, vice president for
administration and finance, said
• Paying credit cards late impacts FICO
scores and the ability to secure
good interest rates. Created by the
Fair Isaac Corp., FICO is the most
well-known credit scoring system
tightening your purse strings can in the United States.
actually lead to fewer sleepless nights. • Consumers should pay off credit
McCarron and William Jennings, cards every month and never have
dean of the College of Business and debt that exceeds more than 30
Economics led a well-attended percent of their income.
presentation on Personal Finance, • Houses and education are generally
Wednesday, Sept. 16 in the Oviatt thought of as good debt. Meals,
Library’s Presentation Room. vacations and the latest technical
“This is meant to be an enjoyable gadgets which can quickly run up
session from which you’ll take away credit cards are in the bad debt
tools that will help you sleep better category.
Photo by Lee Choo
at night,” McCarron said. “Your FICO score impacts every-
This was the first in a series of thing in your life,” he said “from your
eight workshops titled “Building A credit card interest rate to your ability
Game Plan for Today’s Economy,” to get a mortgage. Protect it at all costs
sponsored by the Office of Human Tom McCarron (left) and William Jennings led first workshop in series. by making your monthly payments
Resources. The workshops will address on time.”
the financial and emotional concerns “Your FICO score impacts everything in your life, Jennings told the audience that
of faculty and staff who fear they will “saving money gives you more control
be impacted by the current economy. from your credit card interest rate to your ability over your life.”
McCarron and Jennings seamlessly “Many wonder how much they
shared the lecture podium while to get a mortgage. Protect it at all costs should be putting away for retirement,”
imparting valuable information on: Jennings said. He recommended putting
good debt vs. bad debt, investments, by making your monthly payments on time.” away 15 percent per month of pre-tax
credit scores, savings, investments, pay towards retirement.
planning for retirement and other William Jennings, For more information about
topics of concern to CSUN employees dean of the College of Business and Economics personal finance, visit www.
who have recently endured pay cuts annualcreditreport.com, www.
due to the state’s budget crisis. Debra Rozanski, coordinator of the campus community during this difficult bankrate.com, www.billshrink.com,
The next talk in the series, “Paying Employee Assistance Program, said the year of furloughs.” www. ﬂexyourpower.com or
for College when Money is Tight,” is series is part of CSUN’s “commitment McCarron said consumers need to www.mint.com.
scheduled for Oct. 7. to employee well-being and to the be aware of several key factors: —Julia Venkateswaran
Cal State Northridge Enrollment Growth Halted
State Budget Crisis Forces Limits on Applications from Freshmen, Transfer Students and Others
C al State Northridge experienced
a drop in the number of students
enrolled for fall 2009. This marks
the first decline in enrollment in five
end of the 2010–11 academic year.
“We are no longer going to be
advancing aid and earlier admission
dates,” said Harry Hellenbrand, provost
and vice president for academic affairs.
progress toward a degree and limiting
the number of new students coming
to the university,” said Cynthia Rawitch,
associate vice president for under-
baccalaureate students, Rawitch
noted that during times of economic
hardship, it’s not uncommon to find
an increase in students returning to
school for more education.
The Office of Institutional Research “It’s been a terribly difficult thing to As for the increase in new post- —Arman Sadri
reported recently that the university do because the university’s always
welcomed 35,198 students for fall been about accessibility.”
2009, 1,010 less than last year. The largest decline is in first-time Nonproﬁt Org.
The fall 2009 reduction is the first freshmen students. Last year, the U.S.Postage
step in a series of enrollment cuts campus closed the application period PAID
dictated by the state’s budget crisis. early for fall 2009 freshmen. This University
The campus’ operating budget for summer, the Chancellor’s Office instruct- 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, California 91330-8242 Northridge
2009–10 was cut $41 million as part ed all CSU campuses to accept no
of a $584 million reduction to the admission applications for the 2010
CSU system in the state budget. spring semester from freshmen or
The cuts have impacted the entire transfer students.
campus community, resulting in Despite the overall decline in
employee furloughs, student fee enrollment from last year, there were
increases and student enrollment slight increases in the number of
reductions. continuing, new post-baccalaureate
President Jolene Koester has said and new transfer students.
CSUN will have to reduce campus “We’re trying to focus as much as
enrollment by 6,000 students by the possible on students making good
Founders Day 2009 Marked by Look Back at Valley History
President Koester Announces Plans to Rename Fountain in Honor of President Ralph Prator
F rom reminiscing about what’s
not here anymore to celebrating
what remains the same, the
second annual Cal State Northridge
Founders Day celebration was enjoyed
The highlight of the event was the
induction of 18 alumni and former
faculty and staff, who graduated or
began their careers at San Fernando
Valley State College in the 1959–60
by all who attended. academic year, into the 50 Year Club.
President Jolene Koester also “We appreciate this recognition,”
announced that the fountain in front said Don Cameron, emeritus professor
of Bayramian Hall will be renamed in the Department of Speech, who
in honor of the late President Ralph was invited to speak during the event
Photo by Dat-Tuyen Nguyen
Prator, the first president of what was on behalf of the inductees. Cameron,
then known as San Fernando Valley taught at CSUN from 1960 to his
State College. She said Prator, who retirement in 1998. He said there are
served as president from 1958 to 1968, 16 of the 98 faculty who worked at
helped lay the foundation for the the university still living.
campus’ remarkable academic and Alumni and former faculty inducted into CSUN’s 50 Year Club. First row from left: Lucille Duffy, “Most of us look back on that time
physical stature. Carol Marderosian, Joyce Linden, Sam Winningham, Lydia Schneider, George Marcinik. as a time of unlimited opportunities,”
More than 100 former students Second row from left: Harry Stone, Carroll Richards, Beverly Richards, Bradford Cordova, said Cameron who was among nine
and faculty attended the celebration Helen Moriarty, Sue Gregor Young, Frances Ulrich, Don Cameron, Allen Dirrim and Tom retired faculty honored at the event.
on Friday, Sept. 25 at the University O’Gorman. Third row from left: John Clendenning, DeWayne Johnson, Harley Higginbotham Jr., Koester said Founders Day is a
Daisy Kuhn and David Whiteside.
Club. Martin “Marty” Cooper, a name “wonderful tradition.”
synonymous with the San Fernando Park was Owensmouth and Northridge resident who serves on the College of Founders Day was first held last
Valley, delivered the keynote address, was called Zelzah. Several popular Business and Economics’ San Fernando year, as part of CSUN’s yearlong
entitled “The San Fernando Valley… eateries, he noted, have been shuttered: Valley Economic Research Center celebration of its 50th anniversary.
What’s Not Here Anymore.” Dupars in Encino, Ott’s Pink Pig in Van Advisory Council. “The more things Next year’s event will honor the class
He provided a verbal tour of the Nuys and Panorama City’s Moongate. change, the more they are the same.” of 1960–61 and will be held on Friday,
Valley from its early years when “Communities, like people, tend to Guests were treated to the sounds Sept. 24, 2010. For more information,
Reseda was known as Marian, Canoga change,” said Cooper, a 40-year Valley of CSUN’s Jazz “A” Band and lunch. visit www.csunalumni.com.
Two CSUN Theatre Faculty Awarded Fulbright Grants
Cleveland and Morrison: Taking Their Theatrical Expertise Around the World
T he grease paint! The costumes!
The characters and their stories!
Cal State Northridge theatre
professor J’aime Morrison and lecturer
Annie Cleveland are taking the magic
have finally become a recipient.”
Cleveland, 59, of Northridge, is
teaching graduate and undergraduate
classes in costume and make-up
design with an emphasis on computer-
Politécnico de Laeiria, where she will
teach a course entitled “Performance
and the Body.” While in Portugal,
Morrision will do research and develop
a new dance theatre piece based on
was approved by Congress and signed
into law in 1946. The goal of the
program, which is sponsored by the
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of
Educational and Cultural Affairs, is to
of live theater around the world as aided design at National Taiwan the heteronyms- one or more imaginary promote “mutual understanding
the university’s two latest recipients University. characters created by a writer to write between the people of the United
of Fulbright awards. “Computer-aided costume design in different styles -of Portuguese poet States and the people of other
Morrison will be traveling to is a relatively new field and I was Pessoa. Pessoa, who created at least countries of the world.”
Portugal next spring to develop and very gratified to see the faculty at 70 heteronyms. Fulbright grants are made to
create a dance theatre piece based on NTU encouraging exploration in Morrison said she hopes to bring U.S. citizens and nationals of other
work by Portuguese poet Fernando computer technology as it specifically the movement piece she creates on countries for a variety of educational
Pessoa. Cleveland left last month for relates to costume design,” she said Pessoa’s work back to CSUN. “I would activities, primarily university lecturing,
Taiwan for a nine-month teaching before she left. love to see what our students here at advanced research, graduate study
appointment in the Department of In addition to her teaching duties, CSUN would do with it,” she said. and teaching in elementary and
Theatre at National Taiwan University Cleveland intends to collaborate with Cleveland’s and Morrison’s honors secondary schools. Since the program’s
in Taipei. designers and professors from Taiwan bring to 49 the total of CSUN faculty inception, approximately 279,500
Both women said they were and neighboring countries to evaluate members who have received the participants-chosen for their academic
honored to receive Fulbrights. Morrison, the impact of computer-aided design prestigious Fulbright award since merit and leadership potential-have
who was a runner-up twice for a on traditional pedagogy. 1980. The Fulbright Program, the had the opportunity to exchange
Fulbright while a graduate student, Morrison, 40, of Santa Monica, will U.S. government’s flagship program ideas and to contribute to finding
said she was particularly “happy to be leaving in March for the Instituto in international educational exchange, solutions to shared issues.
Federal Grant Helps CSUN Prepare Students for Ph. D
Grant Program Targets Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds with Strong Academic Potential
al State Northridge has been studies, research and international advanced degrees. means to keep tabs on these students
awarded $879,992 by the U.S. programs. “The doors this grant will “The goal is to increase the attain- so we can make sure they have the
Department of Education for a open for students who might not have ment of Ph.D. degrees by students tools to complete their various
program designed to give CSUN otherwise had the means to, or even from underrepresented segments of graduate degrees.”
students the tools they need to thought of, attending graduate school society,” Johnson said. The grant will The Ronald E. McNair Post-
succeed in graduate school. is fantastic.” be used to award students financial Baccalaureate Achievement Program,
The Ronald E. McNair Post- The program, which began Oct. 1, aid in the form of stipends, academic also referred to as the McNair
Baccalaureate Achievement Program targets students from disadvantaged counseling, mentoring, research Scholars Program, is a Department
will prepare students for doctoral backgrounds who have demonstrated opportunities, seminars, internships of Education initiative with the goal
studies through involvement in research strong academic potential. University and tutoring. of increasing the number of Ph.D.
and other scholarly activities. Northridge personnel will work closely with the “We are going to do everything we degrees attained by students from
received a four-year grant that will program’s participants as they complete can to make sure that they graduate underrepresented segments of
fund support for 25 students each their undergraduate requirements. from CSUN with the academic creden- society, including first-generation,
year of the award. Once they’ve received their bachelor’s tials to take them into some of the low-income college students. The
“This is a wonderful opportunity degrees, the students will be encour- top graduate programs in the country,” program is named after scientist
that we are happy to share with our aged to enroll in graduate school. Johnson said. “But we aren’t going Ronald McNair, who died in the
students,” said Mack Johnson, CSUN’s Their progress will be tracked through to abandon them once they leave space shuttle Challenger explosion
associate vice president of graduate their successful completion of our campus. The grant gives us the in 1986.
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The Center for Sex and launched the University Training and fmi–http://www.calstate.edu/HR/ Intuitive Eating
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The Oviatt Library’s Historic by LA. as Subject, an alliance of CSUN’s “Water Day” free and open to CSUN faculty, staff,
Holdings to be Highlighted research archives, libraries and to Offer Information students and the community. It will
The historic treasures held in Cal collections dedicated to preserving Join several speakers at Cal State take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in
State Northridge’s Oviatt Library will the history of the Los Angeles region. Northridge on Tuesday, Oct. 20 for the Oviatt Library Presentation Room.
be celebrated at the fourth annual The free event will take place “Water Day” to find out more about “We’re hoping to get the message
Los Angeles Archives Bazaar. Saturday, Oct. 17, from 10 a.m. to ways to sustain the state’s depleting out there about the dire straits Southern
The bazaar will feature displays 5 p.m., at the USC Davidson Confer- water resources. California is in with the water and
representing more than 50 historical ence Center at 3415 S. Figueroa St. “Water Day” will include a series what we can do about it,” said Nancy
collections and archives in the Los in Los Angeles. of four workshops organized by Kurland, chair of the committee that
Angeles region, highlighting materials For more information about CSUN’s Institute for Sustainability. organized the event.
relating to the city and covering a the bazaar, visit the Web site at The goal is to raise awareness about For more information, contact
full range of subjects, from the arts www.usc.edu/libraries/lasubject. water supply issues in California and Nancy Kurland at email@example.com
to politics. The bazaar is presented conservation efforts. The event is or visit http://www.csun.edu/
The A.S. Ticket Ofﬁce in the University Student Union sells tickets to many events on campus, except for some held by outside groups.
The Ticket Ofﬁce is open from 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Mon.–Fri. For prices not given, call (818) 677-2488. To park on campus for performances,
athletic events, lectures and other activities, guests must purchase a $6 parking permit.
Art and Exhibits Reception: Tue., Oct. 13. ‘East of Eden’
Runs through July 16, 2010. Directed by Elia Kazan.
For gallery info, call (818) 677-2156. C.K. and Teresa Tseng Gallery, Reel Dilemmas series: Films from
Main gallery hours: Mon. through Sat. Oviatt Library the 1950s.
12-4 p.m. and Thursdays noon–8 p.m. Fri., Oct. 16, 7 p.m.
Admission is free unless speciﬁed. For
library exhibits, call (818) 677-2285. Bianchi Planetarium
For ticket info, (818) 677-2488 or visit Music
Student Advertising www.csun.edu/physics/planetarium.
Graphics Association Telescope viewing follows second
Admission to all music events (unless
Advisor: Paula Di Marco. show. otherwise speciﬁed): $10 general, $7 Imani Winds
Runs through Thu., Oct. 8. Women’s Volleyball faculty, staff and seniors, $5 students. Grammy-nominated Imani Winds
West Gallery, Art and Design Center “Autumn Sky Show” and 10/6 UC Irvine 7 p.m. carves a unique path in the
“Magellan: Report from Venus.” 10/9 Cal Poly 7 p.m. CSUN Wind Ensemble classical music world, bridging
Fri., Oct. 9, 7:30 p.m. 10/10 UC Riverside 7 p.m. Lawrence Stoffel, conductor. European, American, African and
Tue., Oct. 6, 7:30 p.m. Latin American traditions.
Athletics (home games): Plaza del Sol Performance Hall Thu., Oct. 8, 8 p.m.
Plaza del Sol Performance Hall
Faculty and staff receive reduced rate Jazz ‘A’ Band $45
Screenings are free and take place in
general admission to all regular season the Alan and Elaine Armer Theater “Birth of Cool.”
home events. For more info, Matt Harris, director.
call (818) 677-2488 or visit
on the ﬁrst ﬂoor of Manzanita Hall at Ballet Hispanico
the southwest corner of campus. Thu., Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m. Ballet Hispanico has thrilled
www.GoMatadors.com. Seating not guaranteed. For more
info, call (818) 677-3192 or see Plaza del Sol Performance Hall audiences worldwide for nearly 40
Arid Eden Men’s Cross Country www.cinematheque.csun.edu. years, boasting 13 stunning
Lauren Richardson and Michael C. 10/16 Northridge Faculty Artist Series dancers and showcasing Cuban,
McMillen. Invitational 5 p.m. ‘The Day of the Locust’ Julia Heinen, clarinetist and Dmitry Spanish, Brazilian, and
Two artists who project personal Directed by John Schlesinger. Rachmanov, pianist. Argentinean choreographic and
narratives onto the vast spaces of Wed., Oct. 7, 3:30 p.m. Sun., Oct. 18, 3 p.m. musical styles.
the desert landscape, combining Cypress Recital Hall Tue., Oct. 13, 8 p.m.
installation and ﬁlm. ‘César and Rosalie’ Plaza del Sol Performance Hall
Runs through Sat., Oct. 10. Directed by Claude Sautet. $45
Main Gallery “Many Views of France” series. Theater/Performance
Wed., Oct. 7, 7 p.m. Smokey Joe’s Café: The
Interpreted performances subject to
The Soloist: Celebrating change.
Songs of Leiber and Stoller
the Healing Power of Music ‘The Long Voyage Home’ The Tony Award nominated
Exhibit offers an introduction to Directed by John Ford. Broadway musical features songs
some of the key themes of Steve Thu., Oct. 8, 3:30 p.m. by the premier rock & roll
Lopez’s book, “The Soloist.” The Men’s Soccer songwriters of the pre-Beatles era:
curators are Susanna Eng-Ziskin 10/10 UC Irvine 3 p.m. ‘Bande à Part Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.
and Lindsay Hansen, Oviatt Library. 10/17 UC Santa Barbara 3 p.m. (Band of Outsiders)’ Sat., Oct. 17, 8 p.m.
Runs through Wed., Oct. 14. Directed by Jean-Luc Godard. Plaza del Sol Performance Hall
Oviatt Library Lobby Thursday Nights at the
Cinematheque: Jean-Luc Godard
Barri Lucci and the French New Wave.
Master of Arts candidate. Thu., Oct. 8, 7 p.m.
Fri., Oct. 9 through Thu., Oct. 15.
West Gallery, Art and Design Center ‘Grand Illusion’ is published biweekly during the academic
Directed by Jean Renoir. year for the university community of
California State University, Northridge.
“Talk Turkey” “Many Views of France” series. Copies are available without charge and
Art Education Group Project. Tue., Oct. 13, 7 p.m. Anna in the Tropics on request. Direct inquiries, comments,
and suggestions to Managing Editor,
Advisor: Edie Pistolesi. Cuban immigrants Santiago and Public Relations and Strategic
Runs Fri., Oct. 16 through Men’s Swimming ‘Gabrielle’ Ofelia have a cigar factory in a Communications,
Thu., Oct. 22. 10/17 Alumni Meet noon Directed by Patrice Chereau. small 1929 Florida community in 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA
West Gallery, Art and Design Center “Many Views of France” series. this Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
voice (818) 677-2130 / fax (818) 677-4909
Women’s Cross Country Wed., Oct. 14, 3:30 p.m. Written by Nilo Cruz. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
“Now Give Me 10/16 Northridge Directed by Christine Menzies. Web site www.csun.edu/ua/
Three Cheers” Invitational 5 p.m. ‘One Deadly Summer’ Presented by special arrangement
Jolene Koester, President
The Timeless Magic of Gilbert and Directed by Jean Becker. with Dramatist Play Service, Inc. of Vance T. Peterson, V.P. for University
Sullivan exhibition features Gilbert “Many Views of France” series. New York. Advancement
Michael T. McManus, Asst. V.P., Marketing
and Sullivan posters, music scores, Wed., Oct. 14, 7 p.m. Wed., Oct. 7, 7:30 p.m. and Communications
books, theater programs and more, Thu., Oct. 8, 7:30 p.m. Editorial Team
collected by David Trutt. Organized ‘The Big Sleep’ Fri., Oct. 9, 7:30 p.m. Shanté Morgan, Managing Editor
Brenda Roberts, Editor, Publications
and installed by Tony Gardner, curator, Directed by Howard Hawks. Sat., Oct. 10, 7:30 p.m. Randal Scot Thomson,
with the assistance of staff and Thu., Oct. 15, 3:30 p.m. Sun., Oct. 11, 2 p.m. Director of Publications
student assistants in the Library’s Little Theatre, Nordhoff Hall 121 Carmen Ramos Chandler,
Director of News and Information
Special Collections and Archives ‘Une Femme Mariée $8–$20 Tatsuo Kumagai, Graphic Designer
Department. Sponsored by Gus (A Married Woman)’ Lee Choo, Photographer
Arman Sadri, Student Intern
and Erika Manders, Friends of the Directed by Jean-Luc Godard. Elizabeth Cruz, Student Intern
Oviatt Library, and Stephen M. Thu., Oct. 15, 7 p.m. Sergio Sanchez Recyclable
Dell’Aversano, D5 Designs, Ltd. 10/17 Alumni Meet noon