In Search of Diversity in the World of Physics

While Ximena Cid was growing up, her family marched alongside Cesar Chavez and farm workers advocating for Chicano civil rights. “My parents raised us in a very social-activist family,” says Cid, whose mother is Chicana and Native-American Yaqui, and her father was born in Mexico. When Cid … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills Professor Gilah Hirsch’s Documents Archived in Smithsonian

In the early 1970s, Gilah Yelin Hirsch was an artist whose paintings were widely recognized, but it was a time when art by women was rarely in major museums and exhibits around the world. In 1971, to draw attention to the sexism in the art scene, particularly in Los Angeles, Hirsch … [Read more...]

Thomas Philo Honored with ‘2016 Excellence in Service Award’

For Thomas Philo, an archivist in California State University, Dominguez Hills’ (CSUDH) University Library, an “exceptional sense of service” requires one to persistently look for ways to serve on campus and for “opportunities to serve that were not there before.” For his eagerness and skill in … [Read more...]

Faculty Share ‘Heartfelt Memories and Gratitude’ at Faculty Awards Reception

Most of the five award winners shed a tear or two at California State University, Dominguez Hills’ (CSUDH) 2016 Annual Faculty Awards Reception as they shared heartfelt memories and gratitude for the colleagues, students and family members who have helped contributed to their success as … [Read more...]

Professor Terry McGlynn and students discover ‘thieving ants’ are specialized

A professional, an expert—no matter what title one assigns a member of the most specialized group in an Ectatomma ruidum ant colony – a “Jack of all trades” should definitely not be one of them. In fact, a “cunning thief” might be the most fitting, according to Terry McGlynn, professor of biology … [Read more...]

CSUDH campus community welcomes 36 new faculty members

California State University, Dominguez Hills welcomed 36 faculty members this fall semester. While some are familiar faces, many of them are new to campus. Join Dateline Dominguez in congratulating them on their new appointments!   College of Arts and Humanities   Keunyeong … [Read more...]

CSUDH physics faculty help search for ‘Theory of Everything’

In physics today, adding anything to the “Theory of Everything” (ToEs) would really be something. That possibility may come true for Ken Ganezer and Jim Hill, professors of physics at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), and physics lecturers Brandon Hartfiel and William Keig, … [Read more...]

Book Signing, April 29: ‘Demonic to Divine: The Double Life of Shulamis Yelin’

When Gilah Yelin Hirsch first read her mother’s 70 diaries and discovered the extent of the physical and psychological abuse she had endured from infancy to the age of 16, rather than loathing her, she felt “love, empathy and compassion for her mother,” the celebrated Canadian author Shulamis … [Read more...]

Terri Ares presented Clinical Nurse Specialist Educator of the Year Award

Terri Ares, lecturer and Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) program adviser at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), means a lot to her students. Entrenched last fall while finishing their clinical hours, studying for final exams and preparing for graduation, her students somehow … [Read more...]

Faculty scholar Sharrell Luckett employs a ‘collective’ approach to teaching

Sharrell D. Luckett, assistant professor of theatre at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), is helping her students in the Performance Studies and Arts Research Collective “harness their artistic ingenuity” while discovering their true selves through the study of … [Read more...]