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

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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...]

Incoming Freshmen Take First Steps To Success with Summer Bridge Academy

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More than 700 members of the incoming Class of 2014 filled the Loker Student Union Dominguez Ballroom on June 30 for the first day of Summer Bridge Academy and took the first steps to becoming the graduating Class of 2018. For the next six weeks, the students will be attending classes to improve … [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...]

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


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...]

Alumnus Patrick Mitchell’s Quest for a Healthier America


“Eat your fruits and vegetables!” Growing up, you probably heard that line more times than you can count, and with good reason. Fruits and vegetables are the cornerstone of a healthy diet as outlined by countless state and federal nutrition programs, including the Michelle Obama-spearheaded … [Read more...]

Field Notes from Peru: A Blog by Dr. Jerry Moore and Anthropology Students


Professor of Anthropology Jerry Moore and four students, Claudio Carini, Michelle Garcia, Martha Ramos, and Steve Rosales, are in Peru using geophysical techniques to help answer archaeological questions at sites dating from as old as 4700 – 4300 BC and as recent as AD 1400 – 1500. This is their … [Read more...]

Emeritus Faculty Association Awards Scholarships and Grant to Dedicated Students and Faculty

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The California State University, Dominguez Hills Emeritus Faculty Association awarded its 2014 scholarships and grant to four CSU Dominguez Hills students and a faculty member to encourage professional and academic development in areas such as public service and the life sciences. The … [Read more...]

Theatre Professor’s Road to Self-Acceptance Leads to Prestige and Solo Show


Sharrell D. Luckett can’t believe her good luck. The assistant professor of theatre at California State University, Dominguez Hills was not only accepted into the highly selective and prestigious Lincoln Center Theater Director’s Lab this summer, but she’s gearing up for the world premiere of her … [Read more...]

Commencement 2014: A Celebration of Hope, Perseverance and Grit

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Their faces filled with joy, relief and just a hint of hesitation, close to 3,000 students crossed the stage in the 2014 California State University, Dominguez Hills Commencement ceremonies as loved ones, faculty and university staff elatedly cheered them on. Over the span of two days—on May 16 … [Read more...]