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Karl Ralph, assistant to the vice president of Student Affairs, is presented with the CSUDH Toro in recognition of his years of service to the campus, by Boice Bowman, vice president, Student Affairs; caption below.

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Lynne Cook: Groundbreaking Text on Teacher Collaboration Published in Fifth Edition

Interactions: Collaboration Skills for School Professionals was published this summer in its fifth edition. Considered the definitive text on this topic since 1992, Interactions was co-authored by Lynne Cook, dean, College of Education and Marilyn Friend, chair of specialized programs at the University of North Carolina.

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A. Marco Turk: Negotiator Chronicles His Cyprus Peace Efforts in Law Review

A. Marco Turk, professor and director of the Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peace Building Program at Cal State Dominguez Hills, chronicled, from a legal perspective, his extensive work and achievements while working with conflicting Greek and Turkish Cypriots in the Spring 2006 Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review.

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Start Spreading the Word: New VP of University Advancement Seeks to Raise Consciousness

In late July, Janet Levine turned the key and stepped into her new role as vice president of University Advancement. The role involves “selling” the University to the community, to prospective students and faculty, to donors, to legislators, even to other universities and colleges. “Knowing our value and making sure others know the benefits that CSUDH provides is the first step in achieving our goals," she says.

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New COE Associate Dean Brings USC, Getty Experience to CSUDH

Lynn O’Leary-Archer brings her extensive experience from USC, where she ad-ministered a budget of more than $23 million and 170 mployees, and the J. Paul Getty Trust, where she administered a budget of more than $21 million and was overseer of managerial staff and departments, to the position of associate dean of the College of Education at California State University,
Dominguez Hills.

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The Center for Teaching and Learning: A Visible Means of Support

While Dominguez Hills students are gearing up for the fall semester, the faculty is also busily preparing to teach, do research, and update their skills. The Center for Teaching and Learning provides a range of services from mentors for new faculty to grant money for attending academic conferences.

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Photo above: Karl Ralph, assistant to the vice president of Student Affairs, retired on June 30 after 17 years of service on the CSU Dominguez Hills campus. Boice Bowman, vice president, Student Affairs, describes Ralph as “an integral part of the planning and operations of Student Affairs. He will be greatly missed for his 17 years of outstanding contributions to the Division of Student Affairs and the University community.” Photo by Helen Remigio

 

 

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