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In 1981, the CSU Archives were dedicated in CSUDH’s Educational Resource Center; caption below

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Raising the Bar for Continuing Education

Margaret Gordon, dean, (at left) and Joanne Zitelli, associate dean, College of Extended Education, presented “Beyond Online: Innovative Design and Format in Electronically Delivered Programs Integrating Technologies for Targeted Audiences” at the University Continuing Education Association’s Western Regional Conference in Salt Lake City last fall, focusing on the combination of Webcast and television technology to present courses in the CSUDH applied studies bachelor’s completion program.

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Jonathon Grasse: An Awful Lot of Music in Brazil

Jonathon Grasse, assistant professor of music, presented “The ‘Minas Sound’ of Belo Horizonte: Regional Consciousness and Popular Music in the Brazilian 1970s” at the 51st Society for Ethnomusicology Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii last November.

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Louise Ivers: Long Beach History is Safe as Houses

Louise Ivers, professor of art and chair, Art Department, had her article titled “Swiss Chalets in Long Beach” in a recent issue of the Southern California Quarterly. According to Ivers, the “Swiss Chalets” were Craftsman bungalows constructed in Long Beach, CA, so nicknamed by journalists and architects of the day because of their wooden construction.

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Jose Lopez Morin: Understanding the Past to Insure the Future

José López Morín, associate professor of Chicana/o Studies, had his first book published last fall. The Legacy of Américo Paredes is the first book-length biography on the Mexican American scholar, who invented an interdisciplinary approach to teaching what Morín calls an “in-between existence between North American and Mexican culture.

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Photo above: In 1981, the CSU Archives were dedicated in CSUDH’s Educational Resource Center, now known as the Leo F. Cain Library. Louis H. Heilbron (click for story) presented CSU Chancellor Glenn Dumke with a plaque designating the “Archives of the California State University and Colleges, Founded September 15, 1981” which still marks the entrance of Archives and Special Collections today.

Pictured are (L-R) former CSUDH President Donald Gerth; former California Governor Edmund “Pat” Brown Sr.; Dumke; Heilbron; and John F. O’Connell, former Chair of the CSU Board of Trustees. Photo courtesy of CSUDH Archives and Special Collections


 

 

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