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Congresswoman Millender-McDonald to Host Election Assistance Commission Town Hall on CSUDH Campus

On Monday, September 18, Congresswoman Juanita Millender-McDonald will host a national town hall meeting, a comprehensive discussion of procedures, requirements and regulations on federal elections at the University Theater on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills.

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Building Bridges Between Africa and America

When Patricia Hamilton, coordinator of the CSUDH Institute of the Study of Cultural Diversity and Internationalization served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ghana 10 years ago, she made many friends in the village of Under the Tree that she maintains contact with today. This summer, she was able to introduce them to her Dominguez Hills friends Maxine Lowe, clerk, Mail Services, and Addie Hunt, day distribution supervisor , Instructional Media Services.

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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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