Community Engagement Symposium highlights service-learning at CSUDH
Student health physician Sophia Momand awarded “Community Hero Award" during symposium.
Works of Graduating Seniors Featured in Annual Student Art, Design Exhibitions
The Design exhibition will run April 13-23 and the Studio Art exhibition will run May 4-14.
2015 Faculty Awards honor excellence in teaching, research, and service
President Hagan with Professor Fahimeh Rezayat, recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award
CSUDH agreements offer students early admission to Caribbean medical schools
Professor Thomas Landefeld developed, manages early admission program for CSUDH students.
CSUDH business students help prepare SoCal ROC students for the workforce
Dental assitant student Markie Sias is interviewed by a CSUDH human resource student.
Officials from West Basin Municipal Water District, Surfrider Foundation and the university celebrated the unveiling of a West Basin Ocean Friendly Garden (OFG) on campus during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 26. Located just outside the entrance gates to the University Housing complex, the garden replaces nearly 7,000 square-feet of grass with 250 water-saving, drought-tolerant trees and plants native to Southern California and will save up to 80 … More
Our faculty members participate in conferences around the world, conduct groundbreaking research, and publish books and journal papers that contribute to their field and highlight their expertise. We feature those accomplishments and more in this section. College of Arts and Humanities Ryan Bowles Eagle, assistant professor of communications, had her article, “Loitering, Lingering, Hashtagging: Women Reclaiming Public Space Via #BoardtheBus, … More
The Orthothics and Prosthetics program at CSUDH received local and national attention recently for the role it played in giving a local 7-year-old girl a prosthetic hand through 3D print technology. The project was led by the nonprofit e-NABLE in partnership with Built-It, a do-it-yourself 3-D printing workspace. O&P instructor Mark Muller consulted on the case and helped custom fit the 3-D printed arm with a silicone insert. Video from My50 Chicago Television … More
EVENTS ON CAMPUS
“For the Love, Unity, X-itement, Understanding and Support” of dance, the California State University, Dominguez Hills Department of Theatre and Dance presents its Spring 2015 student dance concert, “FLUXUS,” on Friday and Saturday, May 8 and 9, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, May 10, at 2 p.m. in the CSUDH University Theatre. Inspired by the 1960s art movement of the same name, “FLUXUS” assembles a variety of movement styles, such as African, Broadway, Burlesque, Contemporary, … More
Native American culture will be celebrated on Saturday, April 18 and Sunday, April 19 at the fifth annual California State University, Dominguez Hills Pow Wow: Honoring the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas. For the second year, students in Anthropology 330: North American Indians, taught by professor Janine Gasco, have played an integral part in organizing the pow wow and in the process have been learning about the cultural and spiritual significance of the social … More
There is a big open secret here on this campus and throughout the cities beyond. Something that impacts all of us. You might see glimpses of this crime in the neighborhood or in the local grocery store. They look like ordinary people; actual chains do not bind them, but they are nevertheless enslaved. Human trafficking, in its many forms and variants, is alive and thriving throughout every community in Southern California, and the world at large. Indeed there are more … More