CSUDH, Carson Welcome Special Olympic Delegations from Dominica, Palestine, Syria, Turkmenistan, Mali

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From July 21 to 25, California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) and the City of Carson will host delegations of athletes and coaches from the countries of Dominica, Palestine, Turkmenistan, Syria and Mali as part of the Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles Host Town program. “CSU … [Read more...]

A Loving Family Legacy

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Despite having earned a degree in aeronautical engineering from Cal Tech as a young man and having enjoyed a successful career in the aerospace industry, Philip Johnson was retired and in his 50s when he began attending California State University, Dominguez Hills in the late 1970s. By all accounts, … [Read more...]

CSUDH Receives National Parks Service Grant to Lead Digitization of Japanese American Internment Documents

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The National Park Service has awarded a two-year $321,554 grant to California State University, Dominguez Hills' (CSUDH) Archives and Special Collections to serve as principal investigator on a collaborative project between archives at 15 CSU campuses to digitize nearly 10,000 documents and more … [Read more...]

University’s DHTV Wins Three Telly Awards

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DHTV, the broadcast programming service of California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), has been honored with three 2015 Telly Awards. Founded in 1978, the Telly Awards honors the very best film & video productions, groundbreaking online video content, and outstanding local, … [Read more...]

Water Wise & Life Friendly: Connie Vadheim Educates Community on Natives Plants

Connie Vadheim, adjunct professor of biology, with Ecology Club member Yajaira Bautista.

Following one of California’s driest winters, South Bay gardeners will need to make some choices about their thirsty rose bushes and tomato plants. The good news is that appropriate regional water-wise landscapes are not all cactus and rock gardens, according to Constance M. Vadheim, a CSU … [Read more...]

Poems

This is the text version of the poems featured in National Poetry Month: 3 CSUDH poets share insights, teaching and their writing. No time to Die by Lucilla Maclaren Spillane I thought I was dying and I knocked at Death's door. As I lay in a bar, like a rag on the floor, and I promised for … [Read more...]

Political Science Department Hosts Panel Discussion on Human Trafficking

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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 … [Read more...]

STEM teachers in training celebrates Pi Day with Gage Middle School

Pi Day Olympics was educational and fun.

The California STEM Institute for Innovation & Improvement (CSI3), an institute within the Center for Innovation in STEM Education (CISE) at California State University, Dominguez Hills, celebrated the "Ultimate Pi Day" at Gage Middle School in Huntington Park this past Saturday by hosting … [Read more...]

CSUDH Part of New Contract to Help Campuses Save Energy

Executive Vice Chancellor/Chief Financial Officer Steve Relyea and Shell Energy North America Senior Vice President of West Region, Beth Bowman

Representatives from the California State University Office of the Chancellor and Shell Energy North America were on the CSU Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) campus on February 10 for a formal signing ceremony of an electrical energy procurement contract between the CSU system and Shell Energy North America … [Read more...]

Humanities External Degree Program: 40 Years of Distance Education

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Decades before there were online courses, the California State University, Dominguez Hills College of Extended and International Education (CEIE) was offering its Master of Arts Humanities External Degree (HUX) program, making it possible for a student to earn a degree without stepping foot on … [Read more...]