SWACSM Jeopardy Team

Being able to showcase the 3WINS program, and all the other great opportunities at CSUN, was a fun and exciting experience.

Tony Guerra

Being able to present our beautiful campus and the Kinesiology department to hundreds of others in our field was truly a remarkable experience!


It was a great honor to represent CSUN at SWACSM and I found it very exhilarating to recall concepts we learned from our exercise physiology and biomechanics professors during the quiz bowl.

Ethan Bates

To attend the SWACSM conference as an undergrad was a turning point for my college career, providing excellent academic insight, connecting with amazing scholars throughout the southwest region, and sparking an intense enthusiasm to pursue higher education and become a professional within the field of kinesiology.

Jonah Diaz

It was a great opportunity to compete at SWACSM on behalf of CSUN, definitely was very fun, competitive, and a good test of my general knowledge of Kinesiology.

Emmanuel Soto

I am very grateful for the opportunity to have participated in the SWACSM Jeopardy because it pushed me out of my comfort zone and ended up being an awesome experience that challenged my kinesiology knowledge from previous classes and quick wit!

Patricia Nunez

If you’re looking for a fun opportunity to put yourself to the test via Jeopardy and to expand your understanding of Kinesiology can be applied, SWACSM provided me with the rare and unique opportunity to network with faculty and students alike, hear ongoing research in the field, and the prestige of representing the CSUN campus.

Joshua Vicente

Having attended & been apart of the CSUN family at the SWACSM meeting was one of the most meaningful experiences of my academic career; the knowledge gained and like-minded people met– priceless.

Belle Pearl Ponce de Leon

Control your destiny!

There will be someone you want to speak to who can help you
Nov. 7, 7-9:30pm
RE159 and RE180

Details and Alumni/Guest Information will be in the 3 WINS Fitness Display cases in Redwood Hall by the end of October so SAVE THE DATE!!

PASS THE WORD! (that’s networking too!)
Sponsored by 3 WINS Fitness and Steven Loy, Ph.D.

Sport Studies MAG Sessions


For Sport Studies/General Studies MAG sessions, you do not need to sign up, just show up at one of the scheduled workshops (CLICK HERE TO VIEW SCHEDULE)

(Note: All GS and SS students will have “Major Advising” holds. If you have applied for graduation and would like to have your hold removed without attending a MAG session, send a current PDF copy of your DPR to your advisor along with a request to have your registration hold removed. If your DPR indicates a graduation date, your advisor will remove your hold.)

CSUN Sports Studies Seminar Series Spring 2019

You are welcome to join us for the following CSUN Sports Studies Seminars in Spring 2019:

Thursday 21 February, Redwood Hall 159. 2-3 p.m.
Dr. Sean Dinces, Department of History and Political Science, Long Beach City College.
‘The Not-So-United Center: How the ‘House that Jordan Built’ Left Behind Working- and Middle-Class NBA Fans in Chicago’.

Thursday 14 March, Redwood Hall 159. 2-3 p.m.
Tanya Jones, Ph.D. student, Physical Culture and Sports Studies Program, University of Texas.
‘Apartheid and Sport – South Africa’s Sporting Exile 1968-1992’.

 Friday, April 5, Venue TBC. 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Caitlin L. Clarke, Department of Psychology and Sociology, Cal Poly Pomona.
‘Fixing the Mind Through the Body: Critical Considerations of Exercise Interventions for Mental Illness’.

Kinesis: Emerging Choreography

This dance concert features the works of top undergraduate student choreographers and dancers. Produced by the Department of Kinesiology, with the support of the Institutionally Related Activities program, Kinesis will take place Thursday, April 25, 2019, at 8 p.m. in the Plaza Del Sol Performance Hall (located on the east side of the campus off Zelzah Street by the Student Union).