Convocation: Poised for Growth, CSUDH Looks to the Future

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With his sights on the future, California State University, Dominguez Hills' (CSUDH) President Willie J. Hagan told the more than 250 faculty, staff and students who attended the 2014 Fall Convocation that the state of the university is strong and poised to achieve its full potential. Just one … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills Welcomes New Staff

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California State University, Dominguez Hills welcomes 28 new staff members and administrators who have come on board since the close of the Spring 2014 semester. Join Dateline Dominguez in congratulating them on their new positions and welcoming them to the Toro Family! New staff are listed below by … [Read more...]

First Freshman Convocation Welcomes Students, Builds Toro Pride


Addressing the importance of getting involved on campus and strategically navigating their academic careers, CSU Dominguez Hills’ deans, administrators, alumni and special guests joined President Willie J. Hagan during the university’s first Freshman Convocation on Sept. 5 to officially welcome the … [Read more...]

Introducing: New Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty 2014


California State University, Dominguez Hills welcomed 18 faculty members appointed to full-time tenure/tenure-track positions for fall 2014. While some are familiar faces, having previously taught part-time on campus, the majority are new. Join Dateline Dominguez in congratulating them on their new … [Read more...]

Trustees’ Award Recipient Pamela Hernandez: on a non-‘perilous’ path to success

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Higher learning was the furthest thing from Pamela Hernandez’s mind when she was an adolescent and young adult struggling through a life fraught with danger and despair. Abused as a child, and addicted to drugs by her early teens, she eventually spiraled into a perilous existence in a junkyard, … [Read more...]

New Semester, New Classrooms

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When students returned to campus for the Fall 2014 semester, many walked into classrooms that looked a bit more modern. Over the summer, a total of 16 classrooms underwent top-to-bottom renovations, with not only new paint, lighting and window coverings, but upgraded furniture and … [Read more...]

Move-In Day: Freshmen Settle in to New Home at CSUDH


Two-hundred forty eight (248) first-time freshmen now call California State University, Dominguez Hills home. Arms loaded with paper towels, sheets and comforters, pots and pans, and other living essentials (read TVs), family and friends helped the young students get settled into their new … [Read more...]

South Bay Promise Provides Clear Path to CSUDH for Inglewood, Centinela Valley, El Camino College Students

CVUHSD Interim Superintendent Bob Cox,  IUSD State Trustee Don Brann, CSUDH President Willie J. Hagan, ECC President Thomas Fallo,and SBWIB CEO Jan Vogel huddle in support of the South Bay Promise

Leaders from California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), El Camino College (ECC), Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD), Centinela Valley Union High School District (CVUHSD) and the South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) pledged their commitment to strengthening the pipeline from … [Read more...]

Women’s Business Conference Inspires, Informs and Connects Entrepreneurs


Nearly 2,000 women (and several men) who either are small business owners or are considering becoming one filled the Loker Student Union at California State University, Dominguez Hills for the 2014 Connecting Women to Power Business Conference on June 20. The capacity crowd was on hand to … [Read more...]

Symposium Paves Way For First-Of-Its-Kind Japanese American Incarceration Archives Project

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A two-day CSU planning grant symposium kicked off an ambitious and first-of-its-kind project to digitize and create a one-stop website for collections relating to the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. The event—hosted by the CSU Dominguez Hills Archives and Special … [Read more...]