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Inauguration Set for Mildred García, Seventh President of CSU Dominguez Hills

Dr. Mildred García will be inaugurated as the seventh president of California State University, Dominguez Hills on Friday, May 2, preceeded by a weeklong celebration of the achievements and traditions of one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse in the western United States.



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Lynne Cook
Lynne Cook: Dean Receives National Award for Excellence in Teacher Education

Dr. Lynne Cook, dean of the California State University, Dominguez Hills College of Education, was honored with the TED/Merrill Excellence in Teacher Education Award by the Council for Exceptional Children’s Teacher Education Division on April 4 at the Council’s annual meeting in Boston.


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Gilah Hirsch: Artist, Paint Thyself

As a professor of art at California State University, Dominguez Hills and an internationally recognized artist, Gilah Yelin Hirsch has built her life and career by doing exactly what the doctor ordered. Her paintings, which channel her Jewish heritage, interest in metaphysics and a commitment to seeking and facilitating global harmony, are often purchased by hospitals and medical facilities for their healing qualities.


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Mitch Maki
Mitch Maki: An American Tale

Like many American schoolchildren in the 20th century, Mitch Maki didn’t learn much about the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. “I was in [probably] the fifth grade, when I actually learned about the fact that Japanese Americans had been incarcerated during World War II,” he recalls. “And I was convinced it wasn’t Japanese Americans like me. It must have been the Japanese from Japan, because they wouldn’t put people like me in camp."


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Metropolitan Water District Executive and Alum Featured at Second CNBS Distinguished Speaker Series Luncheon

Alumnus Gilbert Ivey presented “Is Water the Oil of the 21st Century?: Local and Global Issues Impacting a Vital Resource” at the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences Distinguished Speakers Series Luncheon in March at the Loker Student Union at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Ivey is the assistant general manager and chief administrative officer for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.


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