Giacomo Bono shares tips and challenges for ‘Making Grateful Kids’


On Christmas morning, as children hurriedly open their holiday gifts one after another, many will only pause long enough to display gratitude for the gifts they really want, as other presents only solicit a requisite smile or “thank you,” if any emotion at all. The authenticity of a child’s … [Read more...]

CSUDH launches Women in STEM Education program

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Lilid Mendez, an 11th grader at Mervyn M. Dymally Sr. High School in South Los Angeles who is interested in pursuing a degree and “possibly” a future career in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) field is encouraged yet guarded about the changing gender roles in the … [Read more...]

Dymally Institute hosts Women in Leadership Conference

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A virtual who’s who of powerful and influential women from the world of politics, workforce development and academia assembled at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) on Nov. 12 to share their struggles, triumphs and advice during the “Women in Leadership Conference: the Path to … [Read more...]

Hamoud Salhi joins Algerian parliamentarians to discuss national reconciliation

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Hamoud Salhi, associate dean in the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), joined Algerian leaders for a panel discussion on Sept. 29 during a conference celebrating the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the national reconciliation … [Read more...]

Professor Terry McGlynn and students discover ‘thieving ants’ are specialized

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A professional, an expert—no matter what title one assigns a member of the most specialized group in an Ectatomma ruidum ant colony – a “Jack of all trades” should definitely not be one of them. In fact, a “cunning thief” might be the most fitting, according to Terry McGlynn, professor of biology … [Read more...]

Smartphones vs. Sleep: CSUDH psychology professors’ study takes a look

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Do smartphones make people smarter? When considering how they affect people’s sleep, the answer is no, according to Larry Rosen, professor of psychology at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH). Rosen and fellow CSUDH psychology professor Mark Carrier, along with three graduate … [Read more...]

Andre Green navigates campus with a little help from ‘man’s best friend’

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“Are we going? Are we going? Are we going?” That’s what California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) graduate student Andre Green believes his new 2-year-old guide dog Heath is expressing each time they get ready to leave their home in Los Angeles to travel to campus, or to go on an … [Read more...]

Three CSUDH students chosen as recipients of the 2015 Edison STEM Scholarship

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Caifornia State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) computer science majors Dominique Dalanni and Gary Walker join chemistry major Alice Heng as recipients of the 2015 Edison STEM Scholarship, which helps low-income students and women studying in STEM (science, technology, engineering and … [Read more...]

Dominique Dalanni receives CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement

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With more than two years of sobriety behind her, and with a little help from the CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement, California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) computer science major Dominique Dalanni looks forward to continuing her successful college education, and … [Read more...]

CSUDH physics faculty help search for ‘Theory of Everything’

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In physics today, adding anything to the “Theory of Everything” (ToEs) would really be something. That possibility may come true for Ken Ganezer and Jim Hill, professors of physics at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), and physics lecturers Brandon Hartfiel and William Keig, … [Read more...]