Toro Forensics Team Grabs Top Honors at PSCFA Conference

Shrewd persuasiveness, incisive interpretation, and keen critical thinking helped California State University, Dominguez Hills’ (CSUDH) Toro Forensics Team achieve two top honors during the 2016 Pacific Southwest Collegiate Forensics Association Cool-Off Tournament on April 23-24 at Saddleback … [Read more...]

CSUDH Alumna Linda Rose’s Diverse Work Experience Bodes Well for Student Success at Los Angeles Southwest College

What do employers need? They need people who can communicate, who “understand what they’re doing,” those who can think critically and are “not afraid” to think creatively. “That’s how companies are moving forward, and that’s what our students need to get there,” said Linda Rose, president of Los … [Read more...]

‘Watts Now: a Student Exhibit’ opens in CSUDH’s Cultural Arts Center

… If WE all just reminisce, on lives passed and lives that exist. Then let us live in bliss along with the colors that consist. Something More if There’s Hope. Let us all have S.M.I.T. H. … The stanza is from California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) music student Monica … [Read more...]

Walter Mosley shares his work and personal reflections of the Watts Rebellion

With his wryly clever conversational style, best-selling author Walter Mosley charmed a packed Loker Student Union ballroom after stopping by California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) Feb. 16 for a reading from his novel “Little Scarlet,” and to share thoughts about writing, racial … [Read more...]

A Change is Going to Come. But When?

By Laurie McLaughlin What happens after a community rises up in protest and demands an end to inequality, brutality, racism and economic injustice? Justin Gammage, CSU Dominguez Hills assistant professor of Africana studies, examines whether or not civil rights movements — both past and present — … [Read more...]

University Art Gallery Opens ‘Wild Land’ and ‘Urban Transformations’ Exhibits of Landscape Art

Hudson River School American landscape art movement founder Thomas Cole was not only an iconic 19th-century artist but a conservational visionary whose ideas on the natural world heralded the sense of American identity that we know today. “Wild Land: Thomas Cole and the Birth of American … [Read more...]

Brian Jarrett draws from wealth of experience to help strengthen NCRP program

Whether in the wilds of Alaska, or his new home in urban southern California, becoming part of the local community is crucial to Brian Jarrett’s process for serving others, as well as building comprehensive dispute resolution curricula and programs. Jarrett, professor of negotiation, conflict … [Read more...]

Dymally Institute hosts Women in Leadership Conference

A virtual who’s who of powerful and influential women from the world of politics, workforce development and academia assembled at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) on Nov. 12 to share their struggles, triumphs and advice during the “Women in Leadership Conference: the Path to … [Read more...]

Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute officially named

California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) officially named the Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute on Nov. 12 and unveiled a sculpture of the legendary congressman as his friends, family and political colleagues gathered to pay tribute the "Godfather of … [Read more...]

Music student, guitar player Carlos Bolivar wins solo performance at LA symposium

While just looking to have a little “fun,” Carlos Bolivar, a music education major at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) won first place at the Guitar Foundation of America’s (GFA) Regional Symposium and the opportunity to play solo guitar during the GFA’s Evening Showcase Concert … [Read more...]