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...]

Alumnus Markus Biegel: Finding Success in the Business World

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...]

Thomas Norman: 2014 Outstanding Professor

An example of Thomas Norman’s dedication to California State University, Dominguez Hills and its students is where he chose to live—across the street from the campus. Little did Norman know in 2007 that this university would have such an impact on him. All but dissertation (ABD) in his doctoral … [Read more...]

Want to Share Your Produce? CSUDH Student Combines Entrepreneurship, Sustainability

Have you ever wanted to live life more simply, maybe in a community where everyone grew their own produce in an organic garden, and then share and trade it with their neighbors, all while living in homes powered entirely by naturally derived energy sources? Though it might sound impossible to … [Read more...]

Google Glass, Others Offer Business Students Insights into Cutting Edge Enterprise

Students along with faculty and staff from California State University, Dominguez Hills were given a glimpse into the future, if not through rose-colored glasses certainly through futuristic ones. David Zakariaie, CEO of Glassic, a private company that creates applications for Google Glass, … [Read more...]

CBAPP Faculty Leads Management Education Development Program in Ethiopia

In some respects, when companies from countries outside of Africa open businesses in Ethiopia, it’s an economic opportunity for the developing nation. In other respects, such imported enterprises introduce a host of challenges, something Jim Katzenstein, a full-time lecturer of management at … [Read more...]

Student Entrepreneurs Make Winning Pitches at Business Plan Competition

Six California State University, Dominguez Hills student entrepreneurs made perhaps the most important sales pitch they’ll ever make—the one that could help them properly launch their business. The students—four individuals and one team of two—from the College of Business Administration and … [Read more...]

Toro Night with LA Galaxy: Student Interns Put Their Degrees to the Test

Estevan Hernandez and Kishore Ramlagan are taking the ultimate test toward their business management and marketing degrees. Selected for a unique collaborative internship program between The Home Depot Center, the LA Galaxy, and the California State University, Dominguez Hills College of Business … [Read more...]

Kirti Celly: Professor of Marketing Publishes Seminal Study on Branding the CSU System

Kirti Celly, associate professor of marketing, at California State University, Dominguez Hills, had her article, “The California State University: A Case on Branding the Largest Public University System in the U.S.” accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of the International Journal of … [Read more...]

Jim Katzenstein: Management Expert Leads Mission of Health Care and Education

Through the efforts of doctors from around the world working and teaching at local village clinics and health education, Health Span International (HSI), led by executive director Jim Katzenstein, works to help communities as far away as Tanzania or Cameroon but also closer to home, in New Orleans, … [Read more...]