Greening CSU Dominguez Hills

The water filling station helps students reduce their use of plastic bottles.

California State University, Dominguez Hills strives to be a good steward to the environment, and on the occasion of Earth Day, below are just a few of the green projects currently implemented on campus to improve our carbon footprint and be more sustainable. Recycling In 2013 alone, the … [Read more...]

Kenny Seeton Receives 2013 Management Excellence Award

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For his innovative work and management of staff at California State University, Dominguez Hills, Central Plant Operations Manager Kenny Seeton has been recognized with the university’s 2013 Management Excellence Award. “Kenny runs our Central Plant HVAC operations, keeping everyone on campus … [Read more...]

Cultural Events Mark Black History Month at CSUDH

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February is Black History Month. Be a part of the celebration and discover some of the significant ways that black leaders, visionaries, scientists, innovators, authors, and artists have contributed to society. Below is a list of several entertaining and informative events taking place on campus … [Read more...]

Origins: A Concert of Multicultural and Cross Generational Dance

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What: Fall Dance Concert: "Origins" When: Friday & Saturday, Dec. 6 & 7 at 8 p.m. Where: University Theatre Tickets: $15 - general admission, $10 - students and senior citizens. Purchase online at csudh.edu/theatre/tickets.htm, or call the University Box Office at (310) … [Read more...]

Michele Bury: Drawing on Experience to Inspire Design Students

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Graphic design constantly and creatively innovates, adapts, evolves, and progresses. So, too, does Michele Bury, past chair and professor of art and design at California State University, Dominguez Hills. And the beauty of it is her influence can be seen in the works created by the university’s art … [Read more...]

Theatre and Dance Department Produces Hilarious Farce “Noises Off”

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The California State University, Dominguez Hills Department of Theatre and Dance presents Michael Frayn’s “Noises Off,” which has been called by some one of the funniest farces ever written. Directed by lecturer of theatre arts Naomi Buckley, this ludicrous comedy performs Nov. 14, 15 and 16 at 8 … [Read more...]

MARC USTAR Scholar Cesar Deleon Discovers his Passion for Chemistry

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As many a student can attest, sometimes life gets in the way of school, thwarting goals and altering paths. This was certainly the case for Cesar Deleon. He faced circumstances that could have jeopardized his education altogether, but instead he met those challenges head on, and with the help of … [Read more...]

English Lecturer Eric Brach Teams Up with Basketball Legend to Author Memoir

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Billy McGill may well be “the greatest NBA (National Basketball Association) player you’ve never heard of.” But with the help of Eric Brach, a lecturer of English at California State University, Dominguez Hills, his story is being brought to light. The two have paired to co-author “Billy ‘the … [Read more...]

Students Connect with Professionals during CBAPP’s Inaugural Pathways to Business Success Symposium

Business professionals Robert Yallen, alumnus Jan Vogel (Class of ’74), Loren Uridel, and Kristin Burke share about their success at the inaugural Pathways to Business Success Symposium.

Loren Uridel turned a personal misfortune into a fulfilling career. As a young boy he was an avid builder of model airplanes and dreamed of becoming a commercial airline pilot when he grew up. But when at the age of 13 he learned he could not meet the vision requirements for the profession, he had … [Read more...]

University’s STEM Scholars Garner Interdisciplinary Experience at National Conference

MBRS scholar Donna James.

Thirteen years ago, a lone student from California State University, Dominguez Hills attended the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science’s (SACNAS) National Conference at the urging of biology professor, Laura Robles, now acting vice president of Research and Funded … [Read more...]