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Constitution Day: CSUDH Observance Includes Civics Lesson in UNV 101


Patricia Hamilton’s University 101 class of 26 freshmen is learning how to survive college,
and as a bonus is also learning to survive a presidential election. As part of the campus’s federal observance of Constitution Day in September, Hamilton devoted a class session to discussing the United States Constitution and the ongoing race to lead the country. During the hour-and-15 minute-long class, the students had a lot to say about what it means to have a choice in who runs the country.








Constitution Day 2008
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Students Do Field Research in Costa Rican Rainforest
Students Do Field Research in Costa Rican Rainforest

When California State University, Dominguez Hills senior Stefanie Mattingly was in the second grade, her grandfather took her to see a kelp holdfast. She says that after seeing the seaweed root system, she knew that she wanted to be a biologist when she grew up. Last summer, Mattingly got a glimpse of life as a biologist, as she and fellow student Gilbert Lam conducted research alongside their instructor, assistant professor of biology Terry McGlynn, on insects at the La Selva Biological Station and Reserve in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica.




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“The World in Their Eyes”: Faculty Art Show Fuses Technology and Tradition

With 70 works in varied media on display,“The World in Their Eyes” faculty art show, in the University Art Gallery through Oct. 31, is as much an exhibit of the faculty’s artistic and professional skill as it is an embodiment of the department’s commitment to providing a comprehensive
art education to their students.








"The World in Their Eyes" Faculty Art Show
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Angela Raeburn
Angela Raeburn: Working for Greater Good at Home and Abroad

In 2004, Angela Raeburn (M.P.A., 2005) was deep in her master’s of public administration at CSU Stanislaus. But she was presented with an opportunity to do graduate-level work in Belgium and the United Kingdom. So she enrolled in CBAPP’s online M.P.A. program at CSU Dominguez Hills and completed her degree a year and a half later while studying abroad. It would become the first of three master’s degrees she would earn and would serving as a launching point for both a year spent completing a Congressional Black Caucus Fellowship in Washington, D.C. and her current post as president of Junior Achievement of Sacramento.




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Thomas Landefeld: Opportunities for Minority Scientists

Thomas Landefeld, professor of biology at California State University, Dominguez Hills, presented a FASEB MARC Career Development seminar entitled “Educational and Career Opportunities for Minority Students in the Sciences” at Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL in September.








Thomas Landefeld
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