CSUDH business students help prepare SoCal ROC students for the workforce

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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...]

Alumnus Steffan Tubbs has a nose for news and ‘voice’ for U.S. soldiers, farmers

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Armed with only a small recorder as an embedded reporter with a U.S. Army convoy in Taji, Iraq in 2006, California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) alumnus and reporter Steffan Tubbs felt even more vulnerable when his Humvee approached a bridge. The convoy, which was transporting Tubbs … [Read more...]

Graphic arts student Adrian Gonzalez featured in Communications Arts magazine

Art and design student Adrian Gonzalez featured in Communications Arts magazine.

Art and design student Adrian Gonzalez scours a thrift store before finding what he is looking for—an old vintage chair. When he gets home, he places it on the floor, cleans it up and takes a seat to try it out. He then stands, grabs an aluminum baseball bat and begins breaking the chair to … [Read more...]

Alumna Linda DeYampert featured in ‘Made in the CSU’ display

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Linda Corsey DeYampert, a California State University, Dominguez Hills alumna and the first African American woman to hold a management position at the National Football League (NFL) Network, has been selected to be featured in the California State University’s Made in the CSU poster display in the … [Read more...]

Terri Ares presented Clinical Nurse Specialist Educator of the Year Award

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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

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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...]

Student James Harris receives Torrance Chamber’s Inspirational Spirit Award

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James Harris, a business accounting major and Africana studies minor at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), is more than happy to help high school student Raul Ruiz when he calls looking for a ride to school, a few bucks or for Harris to let his teachers know he can’t make it to … [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...]

Student Research Day caps off decade of consistent growth, student achievement

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With consistent growth during an entire decade of outstanding student research, faculty mentorship, and well-deserved accolades, the 10th Annual Student Research Day (SRD) at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) highlighted an event poised for expansion for years to come. This … [Read more...]

Alumna Kayleigh Davis joins the Peace Corps to teach English in Indonesia

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Speaking in Bahasa Indonesian, California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) alumna Kayleigh Davis said “Sampai jumpa lagi" (Until we meet again) as she left her friends whom she’d been visiting in Las Vegas. When she got in her car for the long drive home to Los Alamitos, she turned on a … [Read more...]