CSU Dominguez Hills Student Betty Solares Receives CSU Trustees’ Award

Bertha (Betty) Solares, a human services major and sociology minor at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), has endured much in her life: an abusive mother, teen pregnancy, an abusive husband, drug addiction, and depression. At her lowest point she was living on the streets, had … [Read more...]

Susan Needham Named finalist for Civically Engaged Faculty Award

Anthropology Professor Susan Needham was a finalist for the Campus Compact’s 2016 Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award for her passion in involving her students in research and relationships that greatly benefit the communities that California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) … [Read more...]

Professor Ashish Sinha’s Research of Longest Record of Asian Monsoon Leads to Discovery of What Ends Ice Ages

Professor Ashish Sinha and a team of international researchers used their analysis of stalagmites recovered from a cave deep in central China to not only map over 640,000 years of history of the Asian Monsoon—the longest and most accurate record to date—but also change the understanding of how ice … [Read more...]

MPA Student Hilary Dayag Named CSU Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Scholar

Hilary Valenova Dayag, a Master of Public Administration (MPA) student at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), believes there are opportunities to make “serious advancements” in the field of health care policy, and hopes being named a 2016-17 California State University (CSU) Sally … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills Receives $2.6 Million ED Grant to Create ‘Project Accelerate’ to Improve Success of Underserved Students

California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) has received a $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education (ED) to create “Project Accelerate” to improve the learning, persistence, and overall success of CSUDH students, while decreasing their time to earning a degree. The … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills and Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative Partner to Teach Middle School Students How to Solve Conflict

To resolve a personal conflict, a middle school student might turn to a family member, a friend, or a teacher. Sometimes students also seek support from each other through a school program. This is the goal at Andrew Carnegie Middle School in Carson, California where students are taught to manage … [Read more...]

CSUDH welcomes future Class of 2020 during Freshman Convocation

Ready to launch their college careers at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), hundreds of new Toros here onhand to receive frank advice and words of encouragement from campus leaders along with Facebook executive and CSUDH alumna Bree Nguyen during Freshman Convocation on Aug. … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills Alumna Arleene Valdez Takes on Big Events for the LA Times

“Baptism by rain” is what Cal State Dominguez Hills alumna Arleene Valdez (’11,  B.A., communications, minor in marketing) calls her first assignment as a planner of consumer events at the Los Angeles Times after it rained on the newspaper’s annual Festival of Books for the first time in its 20-year … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills Welcomes 23 New Tenure-Track Faculty Members

California State University, Dominguez Hills welcomed 23 tenure-track faculty members this fall semester. Join Dateline Dominguez in congratulating them on their new appointments! College of Arts and Humanities Andrew Kalaidjian, Assistant Professor, English Academic Background: Ph.D., … [Read more...]

New Alumni Banners Line Campus Walkways, Engender Toro Pride at CSU Dominguez Hills

High achievement engenders Toro Pride more than any other measure of success, and no group invokes that proud Toro feeling better than California State University, Dominguez Hills’ (CSUDH) more than 95,000 distinguished alumni. To showcase their accomplishments, the Division of University … [Read more...]