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Learning to Teach: Provost's Speaker Series Brings International Experts to Faculty

CSUDH faculty and administration are aided in their academic development through the Provost’s Speakers Seminar. This semester’s first guest speaker is Diane Halpern, professor of psychology at Claremont McKenna College and former president of the American Psychological Association. Her presentation, “Learning is Not a Spectator Sport: Using the Science of Learning to Transform College Classrooms”
focuses on research and theory in the science of learning and how it translates into classroom practice.

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Tales of the City: Communiversity Project Brings Carson Residents' Stories to the CSUDH Stage

Open auditions for “A House Named Eden” by nationally acclaimed playwright José Cruz González, will be held in the University Theatre at Cal State Dominguez Hills from 7 to 9 p.m., September 5-6. Auditions for the play, which is based on interviews done with a host of Carson residents from all walks of life, by Dominguez Hills theatre students, are open to the public. Bill DeLuca, professor and chair of Theatre Arts, was encouraged by the willingness of Carson residents to open up about life in their city for the sake of the project.

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Team Effort: New Intramural Sports Program at CSUDH

Dominguez Hills Intramurals, the first such sports program on the CSUDH campus, is being launched this fall, offering busy students the opportunity to participate in competitive sports with the commitment of joining an intercollegiate team. 

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CSUDH Gets $2 Million Federal Grant to Recruit, Train Teachers for High-Need School Districts

A $2 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education will be used to fill in the last gap in a program at California State University, Dominguez Hills aimed at getting many more highly qualified teachers into struggling, hard-to-staff schools in the Los Angeles Unified and Lynwood Unified school districts.

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Pioneering Change: New Master's of Social Work Program at CSUDH

A new master’s of social work program at California State University, Dominguez Hills will focus on the social service needs particular to south Los Angeles County, a large metropolitan area, which includes a wide range of socially and culturally diverse people. 

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Scholarship Established by Former Carson Mayor and Wife to Benefit
Students of Education and Public Policy

Former Carson mayor Gil Smith and his wife, Shirley, have pledged $10,000 over a five-year period to build a scholarship fund to benefit students in the College of Education and the College of Business Administration and Public Policy. A $1,000 annual award will go to a student in each of the two colleges.

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Professor of Political Science and Educator Wife to Plant Seeds for Scholarship

O.W. Wilson, professor of political science, and his wife, Edna Domino Wilson have made education the focus of their lives. Having established a similar fund at their alma mater, Southern University in Baton Rouge, the Wilsons have pledged $10,000 in seed money to begin an “organic” scholarship that they hope will grow to help students in need.

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Loker Student Union Expansion: Drawing the Campus Together

After 22 months and $35 million, a ribbon-cutting for the expanded Loker Student Union has been tentatively set for November 2, introducing 120,000 square feet of new vendor space, lounge and study seating, and event facilities.

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Smooth Sailing: Relationship With the Port of L.A. Provides Career Opportunities for Students
and Alumni


With approximately 3,000 vessels arriving annually, the Port of Los Angeles is part of the largest container complex in the United States, an entity with strong links to the College of Business Administration and Public Policy. Partnerships between the Port and CSUDH ensure students a first-hand look at this hub of international trade, with internships ranging from stevedoring and engineering companies to the Coast Guard.

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