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Nancy Rudolph, administrative analyst for the associate vice president for Student Affairs, shows off her school spirit and cooking skills at the Toro Days Chili Cookoff; photo by Joanie Harmon

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Sue Needham: Professor of Anthropology Co-Authors Book on Cambodians in Long Beach

Sue Needham, professor of anthropology at California State University, Dominguez Hills,
co-authored the pictorial history book
Cambodians in Long Beach with Karen Quintiliani, assistant professor of anthropology at CSU Long Beach. The book, whose photographs are culled from the private col-lections of members of the Cambodian community, is scheduled for publication later this month by Arcadia Publishing, as part of its Images in America series.


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Thomas Philo: Staying the Course as a Legacy Runner at the L.A. Marathon

“It’s a good lesson to have a goal and to know that you have to sacrifice certain things for it, that you have to give certain things to achieve it,” says Thomas Philo, archivist and cataloguer at California State University, Dominguez Hills and one of approximately 280 people to have participated in every L.A. Marathon since its inception in 1986 as a Legacy Runner.


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Susan Johnston and James Cooper: Professional Development of Faculty Leads to Student Success

Susan Johnston, professor of education, and Jim Cooper, director of Network for Cooperative Learning in Higher Education and professor of graduate education, had their article “Supporting Student Success Through Scaffolding” published in a recent issue of Tomorrow’s Professor. The newsletter, an online faculty development publication at Stanford University, has a circulation of approximately 25,000 faculty and administrators at more than 600 campuses.


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Laura Robles: Dean of Graduate Studies and Research Appointed to WAGS Executive Committee

Laura Robles, dean of graduate studies and research and professor of biology at California State University, Dominguez Hills, was recently appointed to the executive committee of the Western Association of Graduate Schools (WAGS) as a member-at-large for two years. She was designated for this honor at the organization’s annual conference, held March 7-9 in Denver, Colo. and hosted by the University of Denver.


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