26 alumni return to CSUDH to teach during Professor for a Day
Alumnus Gilbert Ivey, chief administrative officer, Metropolitan Water District.
3 CSUDH chemistry students share their research at ACS conference
Chemistry students Noman Al, Lisa Dinh and Sidney Domholdt presented posters at conference.
Book Signing, April 29: ‘Demonic to Divine: The Double Life of Shulamis Yelin’
Professor Gilah Hirsch's book explores her mother's gift for writing and extreme mental illness.
National Poetry Month: 3 CSUDH poets share insights, teaching and their writing
Alumna Lucilla Maclaren Spillane, Professor Randy Cauthen and English student Jade Harvey.
Community Engagement Symposium highlights service-learning at CSUDH
Student health physician Sophia Momand awarded “Community Hero Award" during symposium.
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
Students and faculty in the Labor Studies Program at California State University, Dominguez Hills welcome labor and community organizations from across the greater Los Angeles area to celebrate the Seventh Annual Labor, Social and Environmental Justice Fair on Thursday, April 30, on campus. From immigration reform to workers’ rights to economic and environmental conscience policies, people are uniting to create real social change, and the fair's theme, “Uprising" aims … More
When Gilah Yelin Hirsch first read her mother’s 70 diaries and discovered the extent of the physical and psychological abuse she had endured from infancy to the age of 16, rather than loathing her, she felt “love, empathy and compassion for her mother,” the celebrated Canadian author Shulamis Yelin. “I grew to admire her for all that she had accomplished despite the extremes of her mental illness and her very difficult life,” said Hirsch, professor of art at … More
Recycling, sustainability, energy-saving, ecologically friendly: all words used in the environmental movement and all concepts that will be demonstrated and talked about during the 2015 CSUDH Earth Day festival taking over the East Walkway on Wednesday, April 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The day will begin with opening remarks by Rod Hay, dean of the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, and a Native American blessing by local Tongvan spiritual leader Jimi … More