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CSU Dominguez Hills 40th Commencement Exercises: Tradition and Growth

A new spin on Commencement meets centuries-old tradition this year as the graduate and undergraduate Classes of 2006 will each have their own ceremonies for the first time in 40 years, on Thursday, May 18 and Friday, May 19, respectively. The Thursday evening Hooding Ceremony will now include the conferral of degrees for graduate students. More than 500 master’s candidates are expected for the Thursday event; the undergraduate ceremony on Friday will celebrate approximately 1,500 students.

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Four More Years: NIH to Continue Support of Minority Scientists

The National Institutes of Health, of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has again funded the Minority Biomedical Research Support (MBRS) Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (RISE) program at CSU Dominguez Hills. It will support 12 CSUDH students at about $320,000 a year for four years, or nearly $1.3 million total.

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Easy Being Green: CUER to Raise Community Awareness and Solve Environmental Issues

In January, CSU Dominguez Hills received $192,000 from the Environmental Protection Agency to establish the Center for Urban Environmental Research (CUER) on campus, jumpstarting the professors needed to work together in fostering environmental research. The Center also plans to develop a new interdisciplinary master’s degree in urban environmental science as well as an educational pipeline to introduce K-12 students to environmental and science-based careers.

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Clothesline Project: Sociology Students Hang Domestic Violence Out to Dry

Students in Clare Weber’s "Community Change and Community Based Activism" class faced the facts about domestic violence with their version of the Clothesline Project in April.

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