New International Students Welcomed to Campus

International students orientation 2014

With food, dance and a very social and unique round of bingo, 34 new international students were welcomed to California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) by the College of Extended and International Education (CEIE) during its International Student Welcome Reception on Sept. 23. The … [Read more...]

Students Journey to Four Corners of the World With the Help of Scholarships

Abroad

Six California State University, Dominguez Hills students will have the chance to travel and study in a new corner of the world after being awarded scholarships to help fund their international travel opportunities during the 2014-2015 academic year. Of those six, four were awarded the Benjamin … [Read more...]

International Student Wins Honorable Mention at Harvard National Model UN

CSUDH Model UN Delegation: (top row, l to r) Raffi Norberg, Dr. Hamoud Salhi, Regina Hernandez, Ana Lopez, Iran Guzman (bottom row, l to r) Julia Pak, Arnaud Lukombo, Brigett Garibay, Jennifer Lopez.

Three years ago when Arnaud Lukombo came to California State University, Dominguez Hills as a student of the university's American Language  and Culture Program, his command of English was limited. Now an undergraduate in the political science department, the Frenchman is winning awards due in … [Read more...]

Justelle Cain: An African American’s Experience in Africa

Justelle wearing a kente clothe wrap in the village of Bonwire

The signs had been there for several years that Justelle Cain would go to Africa one day. They were subtle at first: a conversation about a friend’s trip to Morocco that piqued Cain’s interest in the continent that, at the time, wasn't even on her radar; then a cultural pluralism course on African … [Read more...]

Patricia Cherin: Long Day’s “Journey” Into Poetry

As coordinator of the Humanities External Degree M.A. Program in the College of Extended and International Education at California State University, Dominguez Hills, Patricia Cherin oversees students from all over the world, many of whom will earn their degrees without ever setting foot on the … [Read more...]

Computer Literacy Classes for Seniors Taught by Volunteers at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on Campus

A beginning computer course for seniors titled, “How Do You Turn This Computer On?” is currently being offered through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) in the College of Extended and International Education (CEIE) at California State University, Dominguez Hills. The course, which is … [Read more...]

The Magnificent Seven: Students from Southeast Asia Attend CSUDH Through Fulbright Program

A casual glance at a group of exchange students from the Fulbright Global Undergraduate Exchange Program at California State University, Dominguez Hills might lead one to believe they were all from the same Southeast Asian country. Upon meeting them, however, it is revealed that there is much more … [Read more...]

College of Extended and International Education: Ensuring Organizational Excellence in Local Companies

On Oct.11, the College of Extended and International Education at California State University, Dominguez Hills hosted “Organizational Excellence through Quality,” an eight-hour training event organized by the Los Angeles Section 700 and San Gabriel Valley Section 702 of the American Society for … [Read more...]

International Students Use Professional Skills To Ease Conflicts in Africa and Middle East

A contingent of international students in the Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebulding (NCRP) program at California State University, Dominguez Hills recently authored a paper that was presented at the annual conference of the Peace and Justice Studies Association held last month at … [Read more...]

James Oliveira: Life in the Fast Lane

When James Oliveira, a California State University, Dominguez Hills senior, arrived in Japan as an exchange student, he quickly discovered the country had a number of unspoken “rules.” For example, whenever you ride an escalator in Tokyo, the left side is for standing only and the right side is … [Read more...]