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Director of Special Projects

California State University , Northridge

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California State University , Northridge

18111 Nordhoff Street

Northridge, California 91330

United States

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Oviatt Library

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Oviatt Library at California State University , Northridge

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Cindy Ventuleth, director of Development at the Oviatt Library, said the sale on Feb. 16 starts at 9:30 a.m. and goes to 3:00 p.m.

Ventuleth said there are several ways people can contribute to the fundraiser.
All types of books will be available, Ventuleth said.
"Textbooks, current fiction, research, cook books and escapism - especially escapism for when you're in college," she added.
Ventuleth added that for busy students who can not make it to the used book sale, there will be another sale on Tuesday, April 20 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Both Kogen and Ventuleth said reading was important even for students that are already reading material for classes.
Ventuleth said books allow people to use their imagination.
"You're using imagination, creativity and (you're) using your mind," she said.
She said when people watch television they are just staring at it and with books a person can imagine a story based on his or her own perspective.
"There's a place for a book in everyone's mind," Ventuleth said.

LA Daily News - Bookworms hit pay dirt at CSUN library

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"When we bring out things and show them and people get to touch them, they're mesmerized and thrilled," said Cindy Ventuleth, director of development for the Oviatt Library at California State University, Northridge, which has one of the largest special collections and archives in the 23-campus California State University system.

But the library is running out of room, and officials hope to raise money to build an addition so the collection can continue to grow, Ventuleth said.

Daily Sundial Online - Late CSUN professor’s Antarctic research displayed

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"CSUN was lucky to receive a couple of gifts from the Court family, including a $10,000 donation," said Cindy Ventuleth, who is the director of Development for the University Library.

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Cindy Ventuleth was a wide-eyed 19-year-old when Cal State Northridge was just beginning construction on its main library in 1971.

For two years, she passed the site every day on her way to class wondering if it would ever be completed.It opened in 1973--and it has practically been her second home ever since.The self-avowed bookworm joined the library staff after graduation.
So when the 1994 earthquake all but destroyed the university's central hub of intellectual activity, Ventuleth was heartbroken.
When we walked in the next day, it was all dark except for a shaft of light coming from a hole in the ceiling, said Ventuleth, director of development for the Delmar T. Oviatt Library.The books had fallen down into piles taller than me. A million books on the floor..
The library's main section had just undergone major structural redevelopment in 1990, and there was talk of razing the entire building--"damage was that bad, Ventuleth said.
It was all too much to handle, she said.We all wondered if it would ever open again..


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Cindy Ventuleth, Director of Development

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