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CSU Dominguez Hills Strategic Planning Continues with Meetings of University Stakeholders


The ongoing process of drawing up a strategic plan for the next five years at California State University, Dominguez Hills continued last week with gatherings of alumni, donors, community and business members, and elected officials. At the meetings, the guests were asked to describe where they hoped to see the institution as a “model urban university” in the next five years in regard to academic offerings, student success, connections to the community and public image.









CSU Dominguez Hills Strategic Planning Continues
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Spanish Literature Conference Brings International Scholars, Accomplished Alumni to CSU Dominguez Hills
Spanish Literature Conference Brings International Scholars, Accomplished Alumni to CSU Dominguez Hills


Argentine poet Alejandro Guillermo Roemmers was the featured keynote speaker at the International Symposium of Hispanic Literature, which was held March 19-20 at California State University, Dominguez Hills in Carson. The event, titled “The Role of the Writer in the Hispanic World” brought together a variety of students, scholars, and writers from around the world.




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LA’s Prom Closet: Local Nonprofit Puts Big Night Within Reach for Local High School Students


The beautiful Dominguez Ballroom in the Loker Student Union at California State University, Dominguez Hills recently served as the backdrop for female students from local high schools to prepare for that all important milestone, the prom. On March 14, the CSU Dominguez Hills’ Women’s Resource Center, in partnership with Hawthorne- based nonprofit LA’s Prom Closet, played fairy godmother at the “Dress to Remember” event.









LA’s Prom Closet: Local Nonprofit Puts Big Night Within Reach for Local High School Students
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Terry McGlynn: Biology Professor Honored by Huell Howser and L.A. Metro for Rideshare Story
Terry McGlynn: Biology Professor Honored by Huell Howser and L.A. Metro for Rideshare Story


Growing up amid the car culture of the Los Angeles area, Terry McGlynn never envisioned himself as a public transportation advocate. Years later, however, the assistant professor of biology at California State University, Dominguez Hills now uses every mode of alternative transportation available in his 90-minute commute to the university from his home in Pasadena. The description of his efforts to save on fuel – and the stress of driving – recently won him a spot as a finalist in the “Tales of the Fast Lane” rideshare story contest sponsored by public television personality Huell Howser and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.




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Scott Morris: Virtuoso’s Latest CD Earns Critic’s Choice Review

A recording titled “The Guitar Music of Paganini” by classical guitarist Scott Morris was reviewed in the current issue of American Record Guide as a Critic’s Choice by Kenneth Keaton. Morris, a lecturer in the music department at California State University, Dominguez Hills, has been a featured artist at many major festivals, including the Beijing Guitar Festival, the Boston Guitar Fest, and the California-based festival La Guitarra.








Scott Morris: Virtuoso’s Latest CD Earns Critic’s Choice Review
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