3 CSUDH chemistry students share their research at ACS conference

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Three California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) chemistry students had the opportunity to not only present their own research, but view poster and verbal research presentations by their peers during the 33rd Annual Southern California Undergraduate Research Conference in Chemistry and … [Read more...]

CSUDH agreements offer students early admission to Caribbean medical schools

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California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) now guarantees that qualified students who want to earn Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degrees can gain early admission to the American University of Antigua (AUA) or St. George’s University (SGU) in Grenada. CSUDH recently signed memorandums of … [Read more...]

JPL Scientist Discusses Pluto Mission at CNBS Distinguished Speaker Series

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Eighty-five years after Pluto’s discovery, NASA will get its closest look at the dwarf planet and its moons when the New Horizons probe reaches its destination later this year. On Wednesday, March 18, JPL research scientist Bonnie Buratti, who is a co-investigator on the project, will talk about … [Read more...]

Research Undergrads Attend the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students

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From a study on the effects of salinity on the reproduction and parasite susceptibility of water fleas, to how one’s critical thinking ability predicts positive and negative life events, six science majors from California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) shared their research with peers … [Read more...]

‘Kupe and the Corals’ Children’s Book Inspired by Biology Professor’s Research

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When children finish reading “Kupe and the Corals,” author Jacqueline L. Padilla-Gamiño, an assistant biology professor at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), hopes they understand that “we’re all connected” to life in the ocean and that all living things “need to be careful with … [Read more...]

CSUDH Student Becomes Congressional Intern through Panetta Institute

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Sean Rodriguez did much more than get a “peek behind closed doors” in the U.S. Capitol building while in Washington D.C. recently. He received the unique opportunity to sit in chairs that have been occupied by congressional leaders, Supreme Court justices and historic American figures. For two … [Read more...]

Professor Needham Shines Light on Cambodian Shadow Puppetry

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Despite its name, shadow puppetry glows from a spiritually whimsical manipulation of light; although there was a time when an unfathomable darkness nearly wiped the little-known art form out of existence. From 1976 to 1979, nearly 90 percent of the artists in Cambodia, where shadow puppetry was … [Read more...]

CSUDH Professors Featured, Utilize NBC Learn’s Online Platform

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California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) is the latest campus to contribute to the California State University (CSU) system's growing collection of informative and educational videos posted on NBC Learn's Campus Perspectives collection. Produced by the College of Extended and … [Read more...]

Alumnus Patrick Mitchell’s Quest for a Healthier America

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“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

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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...]