Alumna Alexxandra Salazar Immersed in Cambodian Culture
The recent undergraduate student participates in a summer internship in Phnom Penh before heading to Northern Illinois University to pursue a master’s in anthropology.
Compassion and Advocacy, All in a Day’s Work for Alumna Barbara Haney
The CSU Dominguez Hills alumna works to provide those with developmental disabilities not only with jobs but with dignity.
Former White House Intern, CSUDH Alumna Andrea Smith Inspired to Serve Others
University education and participating in a prestigious internship opens up career options for the former Toro.
CSUDH Students, Faculty Aid in Release of Endangered Palos Verdes Blue Butterfly
Environmental science students help to restore habitat with native species plants on which the butterflies feed and breed.
Campus Hosts CSU “Journey to Success” College Fair For Asian, Pacific Islander Community
Designed to empower families with knowledge about how to make college a reality, interactive workshops and information sessions covered a variety of topics.
California State University, Dominguez Hills associate professor of biology Terry McGlynn has been awarded a three-year $249,922 National Science Foundation (NSF) International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) grant to establish the Fire, Carbon, and Climate Change in Australia program. The IRES grant will fully fund the opportunity for 12 undergraduate and graduate science majors at CSU Dominguez Hills to conduct climate change science research in … More
California State University, Dominguez Hills faculty, staff, students and alumni are mourning the loss of student Marcela Franco, who died on Sunday, June 9, from wounds sustained as a victim of a one-man shooting that took place in various locations in Santa Monica on Friday, June 7. Six people were killed, including the gunman. Marcela and her father, Santa Monica College groundskeeper Carlos Franco, were exiting a parking lot on the SMC campus Friday, after … More
Campus as a Living Lab: Classroom Collaboration with Physical Plant Gets Attention of CSU Board of Trustees
In April, the California State University announced the establishment of the CSU “Campus as a Living Lab” grant program to fund innovative classroom sustainability projects that merge academics and facilities management to provide students with high impact, hands-on learning. At its May board meeting, the CSU Board of Trustees heard how CSU Dominguez Hills is already doing just that. Earth sciences lecturer Judy King and central plant manager Kenny Seeton … More
EVENTS ON CAMPUS
In partnership with the California State Board of Equalization Office of Chairman Jerome Horton (Class of ’79, B.S., business administration), the California Legislative Women’s Caucus, the Southern California Minority Business Development Council, and the Bridges Community Economic Development Corporation, California State University, Dominguez Hills is hosting the third annual Connecting Women to Power Business Conference on Friday, June 28, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 … More
African American and Hispanic boys and men experience a higher risk of incarceration, a persistent disparity in academic achievement, an increased likelihood of being unemployed, and a higher rate of death than their white counterparts. Committed to changing these statistics, California State University, Dominguez Hills' Male Success Alliance (MSA), in partnership with Inglewood-based nonprofit Social Justice Learning Institute (SJLI), will host the Fourth Annual Male … More
Come along a choreographic journey that will make you move in your seat. Students from the dance program at California State University, Dominguez Hills will perform during the spring dance concert, “Action/Reaction,” on May 3 and 4 at 8 p.m. in the University Theatre. Through a collage of works in eclectic dance styles, more than 60 student dancers from CSU Dominguez Hills and members of the Extreme Dance Team from Marymount College and Harbor College will … More