Kamal Hamdan honored with Wang Family Excellence Award for 2016

Kamal Hamdan has been honored with The California State University's Wang Family Excellence Award for 2016 for his unwavering vision and contributions to California State University, Dominguez Hills’ (CSUDH) STEM education programs and curricula, and his commitment to helping develop top educators, … [Read more...]

University Awarded Multimillion Federal Grant for School Leadership Initiative

California State University, Dominguez Hills has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement’s School Leadership Program (SLP). More than $13 million of first-year funding was awarded for fiscal year 2013 to 20 educational … [Read more...]

Consul General of the Republic of Hungary to Visit CSU Dominguez Hills

Hungary has given the world more than Zsa Zsa and Eva Gabor, the Rubik’s Cube, Béla Bartók, and the Pulitzer Prize; it has made considerable contributions that helped to change the world. Ambassador Balázs Bokor, consul general of the Republic of Hungary in Los Angeles, will visit California … [Read more...]

Hedy Moscovici: Florida State Alumna Honored for Contributions to Science Education

Hedy Moscovici was recently selected as a Fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for her research and service to professional organizations. The professor of education at California State University, Dominguez Hills has focused her research on the teaching of … [Read more...]

Peter Desberg: New Book Strictly for Laughs

When professor of graduate education Peter Desberg interviewed comedy writers from the golden age of television to the present for his new book, “Show Me the Funny: At the Writers’ Table with Hollywood’s Top Comedy Writers,” he and co-author Jeffrey Davis, a professor of screenwriting at Loyola … [Read more...]

CSU Dominguez Hills, CAMS High School Awarded HP Catalyst Initiative Grant

A proposal submitted by California State University, Dominguez Hills in collaboration with the California Academy of Math and Science (CAMS), a magnet high school located on the university campus, was one of only 30 from 11 countries to be approved to participate in HP’s Catalyst Initiative, a … [Read more...]

Recent Grants to CSU Dominguez Hills Focus on Meeting L.A.’s K-12 Educational Needs

In the past few months, the School of Education at California State University, Dominguez Hills has been awarded three prestigious grants totaling more than $13 million that will allow the university to have a greater impact in meeting the educational needs of the Los Angeles … [Read more...]

Anabella Bastida: Alumna Works to Foster Education in Mexican Immigrant Communities

Although Anabella Bastida (Class of ’04, B.A., liberal studies; ’05, teaching credential; ’07, M.A., multicultural education) began working at Consejo de Federaciones Mexicanas en Norteamérica (COFEM) to earn some money while getting her teaching credential, the part-time job became a full-time … [Read more...]

Action Research: College of Education Students Present Lessons From the Classroom

California State University, Dominguez Hills graduate education students working on their master’s degree with an option in curriculum and instruction presented their on-the-job findings at an Action Research Poster Presentation in April in the Loker Student Union. For this capstone project, the … [Read more...]

Improved Mac Lab Builds Students’ Job Skills in Graphic Design and Digital Media

Aspiring filmmakers, musicians and graphic artists at California State University, Dominguez Hills will have more creative tools at their fingertips thanks to the new equipment and software now available in the Mac computer lab in LaCorte Hall. Twenty student work stations now feature new Macintosh … [Read more...]