Class of 2015: Erik Ceja, B.S., business administration, entrepreneur

Eric Ceja

KNWRZN? What could that possibly mean? For Erik Ceja, a business administration student at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) who graduates May 15 with his bachelor’s degree, it is a growing streetwear apparel business and brand, an investment in his future, and a tribute to a … [Read more...]

Erwin Chemerinsky talks law and inequality during inaugural Social Justice Distinguished Speakers Series event

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Drawing from his nationally recognized expertise in constitutional law, U.S. Supreme Court rulings and appellate litigation, Erwin Chemerinsky recently spoke at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) to address some of today’s most pressing societal issues related to equality and the … [Read more...]

2015 Faculty Award Winner: Professor Fahimeh Rezayat

Fahimeh Rezayat

When Fahimeh Rezayat, professor of information systems and operations management at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), knows she has significantly influenced a student, she doesn’t rest on her laurels; she becomes inspired to work harder. Rezayat received the Lyle E. Gibson … [Read more...]

Alumna Jimmie Thompson to step down from CSU Alumni Council

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The California State University (CSU) Alumni Council has honored California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) alumna Jimmie Thompson with a commendation for her tireless leadership in alumni relations and support for the entire 23-campus CSU system. Thompson (’92, B.A., political science; … [Read more...]

CSUDH business students help prepare SoCal ROC students for the workforce


Business management students from California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) conducted mock job interview sessions to learn essential management techniques, while helping students enrolled at the Southern California Regional Occupational Center (SoCal ROC) gain real-world interview skills … [Read more...]

Professor Larry Press chimes in on U.S.-Cuba digital relations

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Larry Press, a professor of information systems at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), is encouraged by the thawing of poor relations between the United States and Cuba. He has worked for years to understand and improve the state of the Internet in Cuba and is “hopeful that this … [Read more...]

Entrepreneurial spirit sparked at CSUDH by new institute


You recently launched a new website but have little marketing experience or time to promote it while teaching full-time, or maybe you are a kinesiology student who scribbled an athletic training business idea in your textbook while studying for finals last fall. Small business problems or … [Read more...]

Alumna Justina Couey Seeks the Best and Brightest for SpaceX

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She may not be on her way to Mars, yet, but Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) technical recruiter Justina Couey’s work may someday help colonize the red planet, and beyond, as she helps search Earth for the most “brilliantly smart” employees for the pioneering aerospace company. Couey (’11, … [Read more...]

Alumnus Markus Biegel: Finding Success in the Business World

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As a teenager in Germany, Markus Biegel (Class of ’08, B.A. Marketing and International Relations) was always looking for ways to make extra money. Today the Los Angeles resident is a very successful “serial entrepreneur,” owning his own business consulting company and investing in several startups. … [Read more...]

College of Business Tests Google Glass in Academic Setting

Director of development for Google Glass Explorer David Zakariaie with associate professor of management and HTRI director Natasa Christodoulidou and College of Business and Public Policy Joseph Wen.

As its faculty and students literally gaze into the future, California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) will be among the first universities in the nation testing Google Glass as a wearable technology that may enhance student learning. The university will be the first in the U.S. to test … [Read more...]