Kaiser Internship Offers Kinesiology Students Unique Experience

Nicole Chambers

Nicole Chambers and Wendy Barrios, seniors studying kinesiology at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), will have a significant advantage when applying for post-graduate healthcare programs, and invaluable work experience that is often hard to acquire at the undergraduate … [Read more...]

Nursing Student’s Program Helps Save Lives in State Prison

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Kelly Ranson, a nursing graduate student at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), has taken her award-winning class assignment to develop a health improvement process for a chosen population of study and successfully implemented it in the unique place where she works, Kern Valley … [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...]

M. Gary Sayed Named Dean of College of Health, Human Services & Nursing

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After a national search, California State University, Dominguez Hills has appointed M. Gary Sayed as the new dean of the College of Health, Human Services and Nursing effective Aug. 11. Sayed comes to CSU Dominguez Hills with 22 years of experience in higher education, including as dean of … [Read more...]

Carol Casten: 2014 Excellence in Service

Carole Casten

If there’s a committee, task force, or project at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), or within her academic department or professional community, professor of kinesiology and recreation Carole Casten has more than likely been on it, maybe more than once. That happens with 42 … [Read more...]

Spring Break in Nicaragua: Students Offer Helping Hand in Hygiene Education

MEPN students Temi Olagbemi, Reggie Withers and Courtney Zimmerman in Nicaragua

A group of California State University, Dominguez Hills students spent Spring Break 2014 in Managua, Nicaragua, gathering data about hygiene and working with the community to improve the health of families in the area. The three students— Temi Olagbemi, Reggie Withers and Courtney Zimmerman— are … [Read more...]

College of Health, Human Services and Nursing Officials Pay Visit to State Legislature

CSUDH officials meet with Assemblyman Isadore Hall, III.

California State University, Dominguez Hills was one of nine campuses that participated in CSU Health Professions Advocacy Day last Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the State Capitol in Sacramento. The focus of the visits was to educate California lawmakers about the CSU’s varied academic programs related … [Read more...]

CSUDH Students Present Research at Prestigious Health Science Conferences

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Eleven seniors majoring in health sciences at California State University, Dominguez Hills presented details of their research at two high-level conferences during the fall semester. Three seniors presented at the Annual American Public Health Association (APHA) meeting held in Boston in … [Read more...]

Jessica Mahinda: 2013 Presidential Outstanding Student

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Jessica Mahinda, a master's entry-level professional nursing (MEPN) student, was recognized with a 2013 Presidential Outstanding Student Award at CSU Dominguez Hills for her 4.01 GPA and her focus on clinical nurse leadership. Driven by her desire to understand and improve the national healthcare … [Read more...]

Nop Ratanasiripong: A Career Dedicated to Research, Teaching, and Caring

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“One day I walked into the gynecology ward. There was a row of patients with cancer. I approached a lady, she was about to die. I helped her turn from one side to the other side. She looked at me and said, ‘Thank you.’ She was crying. Just turning a patient, it makes a difference. That moment I … [Read more...]