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Innovations in Teaching: First CSU Conference on Online Education Held at CSUDH


Faculty from throughout the California State University system and other institutions interfaced with colleagues for the first ever CSU Business Conference on Online Teaching and Learning, hosted by the College of Business Administration and Public Policy at California State University, Dominguez Hills on Nov. 20-21. The event provided attendees with the latest innovations in online instruction methodology with featured speakers from throughout the CSU system.







Kaye Bragg and Gerry Hanley
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George Marsh Applied Cognition Laboratory
Psychology Department Opens the George Marsh Applied Cognition Laboratory


Before they had Room B-241A in the Social and Behavioral Sciences building, faculty and students conducting research in the field of cognitive psychology met wherever they could: in crowded faculty offices or random conference rooms. Last month Room B-241A was officially designated as the George Marsh Applied Cognition Laboratory, in memory of the professor who taught cognitive psychology at California State University, Dominguez Hills for more than 30 years.




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Gone Fishing: Students Conduct Research on a Risky Catch


Anthropology students Christie D’Anna, Mallory Kerwin, Meghan Strong and Sonja Ulrich presented their research on the cultural drivers behind subsistence fishing in Los Angeles at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association in San Francisco on Nov. 22. Assisting their professor, Ana Pitchon, the students collected data and interviewed residents of Los Angeles County who fished locally and consumed their catch, which, according to Pitchon, contains above-EPA levels for toxicity.









Anthropology Students Present Research on Urban Fishing
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Bridget Bojorquez
Bridget Bojorquez: Alumna Curates “Obsessive Surfaces,” Now at University Art Gallery

A walk through “Obsessive Surfaces: New Work by California Painters” with Bridget Bojorquez (Class of ’07, B.A., art history) reveals the holistic balance that she applied as curator of the exhibit at the University Art Gallery at California State University, Dominguez Hills - and to her personal philosophy on the appreciation of art.




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James Cantor: Singing Educator Chosen to Judge Bravo Awards


Professor of teacher education James Cantor has been chosen to serve as a judge for the Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County Music Center’s BRAVO Awards. The awards, which are determined by a panel of artists, educators and other luminaries in the arts community, were established by the Music Center in 1983 to honor teachers and schools for creativity, innovation and excellence in arts education.









James Cantor
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