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Family Affair: The 2nd Annual Dolores Huerta Chicana/o Latina/o Graduation Celebration

For senior Karla Alonso, one of the most important parts of graduating this year
will be that all the members of her family will be able to appreciate the pomp and circumstance that mark such an occasion, by attending the 2nd Annual Dolores Huerta Chicana/o Latina/o Graduation Celebration, sponsored by the department of Chicana/o Studies, the Dominguez Hills chapter of MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán), and the Chicana/o Studies Association.

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Celebrating Excellence: The 11th Annual Frederick Douglass and Mary McLeod-Bethune Graduation Celebration

When alumna Cynthia Turner was earning her undergraduate degree in English, she was often the only African American in her literature classes. As a co-chair for the 11th Annual Frederick Douglass and Mary McLeod Bethune Graduation Celebration, she looks forward to helping graduates and their loved ones recognize their achievements as African American students.

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Brendan McNulty: Head in the Clouds

Professor Brendan McNulty of the Earth Sciences, Geology and Geography Department in the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences has won this year’s Excellence in Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Award by keeping his head
in the clouds – really in the clouds. In studying the crust of the earth, he has come to know parts of the Andes mountains, often working at altitudes of 14,000 feet and higher.

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Caron Mellblom: To the Rescue

Caron Mellblom typically doesn’t appear in a superhero uniform. However, says the professor of special education and director of the Center for Learning and Academic Support Services (CLASS), “If you want to be a teacher, you sort of put that rescuer cape on.” Honored with the 2006 Excellence in Service Award, the founder of CLASS is recognized for one of several programs she has developed that benefit students and tutors, combining her love of teaching with her interest in special education.

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Donn Silvis: The Real Thing

To earn the Lyle E. Gibson Distinguished Teacher Award, you have to be the real thing: knowledgeable, committed, innovative, compassionate, concerned, and effective. The 2006 recipient, professor of
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Donn Silvis, has all those attributes – and he has something else related to the real thing: a superb collection of Coca-Cola cans and bottles in his office.

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O.W. Wilson: Leaping Before Looking

O.W. Wilson is a been there, done that kind of guy. Recently the long-time professor of political science added another accomplishment here at Dominguez Hills, when he received the 2005-2006 Presidential Outstanding Professor Award, another step in an astonishingly multifaceted life’s journey.

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