Head of the Class: How to Get the Most Out of the Education Employment Fair

The CSU Dominguez Hills Education Employment Fair, sponsored by the Office of Student Development, will be held on Wednesday, April 19, in the Extended Education Complex, 12-4 p.m. A one-day event where school recruiters and potential teachers, counselors, and administrators can meet one another, … [Read more...]

Stephen A. Book (1941-2012): Mathematician, Researcher Had Impact on Student Success and Aerospace Industry

Emeritus professor of mathematics Stephen A. Book died at his home in Seal Beach, Calif. on January 10. An expert on probability and statistics, he served as a faculty member at California State University, Dominguez Hills from 1970 to 2001. "[Steve] volunteered his garage for my wife … [Read more...]

Faculty Highlights – January 2012

Our faculty members participate in conferences around the world, conduct groundbreaking research, and publish books and articles that expand their knowledge and expertise. Here are a few recent highlights. Kenneth Ganezer, professor of physics, delivered an invited talk at the Department of … [Read more...]

Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program Grows Diverse Faculty for the CSU

Jose Prado, Susan Nakaoka and Janice Filer all have something in common, and it’s not that they all work on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills. Prado, Nakaoka and Filer are just a few of the educators at CSU Dominguez Hills who have taken advantage of the Chancellor’s … [Read more...]

Eric Myles: Studio Art Alumnus Leads Program for Intellectually Disabled

Eric Myles (Class of ’87, B.S., studio art) once painted in the oversized scale needed for billboards. Today, he makes a larger-than-life mark on the intellectually disabled as program manager of the South Los Angeles art center of the Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF). Myles’s work is … [Read more...]

Annual Latinas Juntas Celebrates Mentorship and Support for Students

Whether they were first-time participants at Latinas Juntas or returning for another year, Latinas of the CSU Dominguez Hills campus community found strength in their experiences with one another at the annual event, which took place in the Loker Student Union on Dec. 2. Through conversations and … [Read more...]

Doris Okada (1937- 2011): Professor Helped Build Special Education Programs at University

Doris Okada, emeritus professor of special education, died on Nov. 28 of complications from atypical Parkinson’s disease. Her career at California State University, Dominguez Hills included service as a faculty member from 1975 to 2003, a stent as chair of the Graduate Education Division and … [Read more...]

Don Hata: Historian Delivers Talk on Japanese American Incarceration

Emeritus professor of history Don Hata spoke on the political, social, and economic issues that led to the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II and the aftermath of the prison camps on Nov. 29 in the University Library, in complement to  the exhibit, “Building Evidence: Japanese … [Read more...]

Central American Teachers Visit CSU Dominguez Hills

This semester, elementary school teachers from rural schools in Central America and the Dominican Republic visited California State University, Dominguez Hills to learn about primary education in the United States and how to implement best practices in their schools at home. The visiting scholars … [Read more...]

Auditions for Benefit Production of “For Colored Girls…” to be Held Dec. 12-13

The Department of Theatre and Dance, in partnership with the Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA), the Center for Service Learning, Internships, and Civic Engagement (SLICE), and the Black Theatre Program are pleased to announce a benefit production of “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered … [Read more...]