Fulbright Student Program Offers Experience of a Lifetime

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“This experience may take you out of your comfort zone, but it will definitely change you and shape you for the better.” With that, Fulbright alumni ambassador Rebecca Littman-Smith inspired a classroom full of students at California State University, Dominguez Hills who are interested in … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills’ Sustainability Efforts Recognized With Best Practice Awards

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(Carson, CA) – California State University, Dominguez Hills will be honored with two Higher Education Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Best Practice Awards for its efforts in environmental conservation and sustainability during the 2014 California Higher Education Sustainability Conference, held … [Read more...]

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

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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...]

Women’s Conference: Students as Architects of Their Own Lives

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By:Wyahee Tucrkile How do I build the life I want to build? How do I create the space around me to make that structure strong enough to withstand the things that it might need to withstand? As students and faculty from California State University, Dominguez Hills and local high schools … [Read more...]

CSU Student Leaders Get Help Spreading Word About Health Insurance

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Student body leaders from four local California State University campuses—Dominguez Hills, Long Beach, Los Angeles and Northridge—stood side-by-side with CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White and CSU Dominguez Hills President Willie J. Hagan on Thursday, Feb. 13, in the auditorium of the CSU Dominguez … [Read more...]

Health Science Majors Volunteer to Promote Youth Fitness at Redondo Beach Supert Bowl 10k/5k

Health Science Student Alliance volunteers at the Redondo Beach Super Bowl 10k/5k Expo: Paula Jara, Angeline Lee,  Johnny Garcia, Jorge Perez, Christine Schurawel,  Jam Isaga, Mirian Zuniga, Farah Saleh, Nathan Grays, Jim Cantada, and Tony Chang.

California State University, Dominguez Hills health science majors in the Health Science Student Alliance (HSSA) spent Super Bowl Sunday promoting fitness as fun to children in the South Bay. Kaiser Permanente South Bay invited the student organization to participate in its annual Kids Corner as … [Read more...]

Campus Joins CSU Effort to Educate Students, Families about Affordable Care Act

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According to student population data for the California State University system, more than 70 percent of CSU students and their families would be eligible for Medi-Cal or government subsidies under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the federal healthcare reform law commonly referred to as ObamaCare … [Read more...]

CSUDH Hosts Fifth Es El Momento Spanish-Language Education Fair

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Thousands of Spanish-speaking families attended the Educación: Feria Es El Momento (The Moment is Now: Education Fair) held on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills on Oct. 5 to learn about the many educational possibilities in California. For the fifth straight year, CSU … [Read more...]

Community Members Take Part in National Park Service Planning Meeting on Tule Lake

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Several Japanese Americans and other community members interested in the history of the forcible removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II assembled on the fifth floor of the Library’s South Wing at California State University, Dominguez Hills on July 25 to discuss a vision … [Read more...]

University Partners with Sharefest to Provide On-campus Summer Youth Development Academy for Middle, High School Students

In it's seventh year, the program has served nearly 1,100 students from local communities.

Kicking, screaming, bobbing, and splashing… Nothing quite says summer camp like making new friends, having lots of fun in a sparkling swimming pool, and learning new skills. But for many children from underserved Los Angeles area communities, this experience is hard to come by. Working to … [Read more...]