Strategic Planning Town Halls – Alumni Support and Feedback Requested
the Spring 2009 semester, CSU Dominguez Hills will be going through a
strategic planning process. The process of creating a Strategic Plan
allows us to collectively explore the many ways in which we want CSU
Dominguez Hills to grow and develop core areas.
will be a collaborative process that will strive to include not only
the internal community but also our external stakeholders," says CSU
Dominguez Hills President Mildred García. "We will need to define our
mission more sharply, our vision and our strategic objectives clearly
for the next five years."
Dominguez Hills is a central resource for the South Bay and our growth
directly impacts the community and local economy. The feedback sessions
provide an opportunity for off-campus stakeholders to share their
opinions and ideas.
alumni are invited to participate in the upcoming Strategic Planning
Town Halls. Please attend one or all of these sessions in the Loker
Student Union on campus:
Monday, February 23rd
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Friday, February 27
8:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday, March 3
2:30 – 4:30 p.m.
input is critical in shaping the vision and strategic framework that
will help CSU Dominguez Hills become a model urban university!
Fr. Sabato "Sal" Pilato: Education Alumnus to Speak to College-Bound Youth
Sabato “Sal” Pilato (Class of ’87, M.A., education administration) will
speak to a group of potential students at California State University,
Dominguez Hills at Parochial and Private School Day on Feb. 21,
an event that will be hosted by University Outreach and Information
Services. As the superintendent for secondary schools in the
Los Angeles, he oversees 50 academies and high schools throughout the three
Fr. Sabato "Sal" Pilato
counties of Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara.
became an educator because of the important role teachers have in
transmitting our culture and civilization to the next generation and
also in preparing young people to be critically thinking citizens of this country," Pilato says.
the guest speaker at Parochial and Private School Day on Feb. 21,
Pilato be talking to parents and students about his time at CSU
Dominguez Hills, his experiences as a teacher, and the importance of
pursuing higher education.
college degree is one of the major keys to success, fulfillment and
happiness in this life," he says. "Educated people attest to this... so
never give up on this important goal."
Teapot: Object to Subject, Feb 4-March 4, University Art Gallery
Retirement Celebration for Dr. Boice Bowman, Tues, Feb 17, 4:30-6:30pm, Loker Student Union Ballroom, email Toby Bushee for more info
CSU Dominguez Hills Student Research Day, Thurs, Feb 19, 8am-5pm, Loker Student Union
CSU Super Sunday, Feb 22, President Mildred Garcia to speak at New Philadelphia AME, 19100 Susana Rd. in Rancho Dominguez, 7:30 and 10:30am
Faculty Awards Reception, Feb 26, 5:30 to 7:00pm, Loker Student Union, email Toby Bushee for more info
The Rod Butler Memorial Scholarship Concert, Sat, Mar 28, 8pm, University Theatre
Visit www.csudh.edu for more information.
CSU Dominguez Hills Goes to Church
California State University officials bring college message to black churches
State University, Dominguez Hills President Mildred García will be
among a number of CSU presidents and officials who will bring the
college message to thousands of prospective students and their families
during the Fourth Annual CSU Super Sunday in southern California this
Sunday, Feb. 22.
In all, the CSU will visit 28 churches in greater Los Angeles that morning.
Now in its fourth year, Super Sunday aims to encourage young African
Americans to plan early for college and bring awareness to the critical
role of parental involvement in their children's education. Campus
presidents, trustees, the chancellor, and other officials will address
the congregations to engage the community in helping students get on
track and succeed in college.
President García will speak at New Philadelphia AME Church in Rancho Dominguez at 7:30 and 10:30 a.m.
the services, outreach staff from CSU Dominguez Hills and church
education counselors will answer questions, and provide information
about college applications and financial aid. For more information,
visit the CSU Super Sunday website.
Alumni Connection: Check Out the Beta Version of Online Alumni Community
The CSU Dominguez Hills online alumni community beta site, Alumni Connection,
offers a place for alumni from all corners of the globe to come
together and connect with each other as well as with the university.
a look around the site and let us know what you think. You will need
your campus ID number to register as a member of the community. If you
need assistance, please email Alumni Relations.
Your gift, regardless of the size, helps your alma mater! Visit our Online Giving website to make a donation or call (310) 243-2182.
Did you know you can make a gift that provides a fixed income for life? More information can be found on our Planned Giving website or by calling (310) 243-2182.