Dr. Scott Cheatham: Research May Help Medical Professionals Get More in Touch with Patients’ Pain

This story first appeared in the Summer 2016 issue of the university magazine, Dominguez Today. If all goes well, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology Scott Cheatham’s research could open doors for new methods of examining people who suffer from fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome—two chronic … [Read more...]

Kaiser Internship Offers Kinesiology Students Unique Experience

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...]

Toros and Professional Baseball Players Coach Inner-City Kids

A third-grade girl in an Anderson Elementary School uniform looks excited yet a little apprehensive as she takes her turn swinging at the ball perched on top of a batting tee. She chokes up high on the bat, takes aim. It’s a swing and a miss. “That’s okay,” says Kevin Lugo, a kinesiology major … [Read more...]

Carol Casten: 2014 Excellence in Service

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...]

Athletic Training Alumni Share Professional Experiences with Students

Alumni from the athletic training education program in the Division of Kinesiology and Recreation at California State University, Dominguez Hills returned to campus on March 4 to speak to current students during a mentorship session organized by instructor Willda Bingham. Fifteen alumni in careers … [Read more...]