CSUDH Logo CSUDH HomeSearchIndex
CSUDH Logo
Campus News
Student News
Faculty Staff News
Alumni News
Sports Shorts
Dateline Archives
Dateline Staff
Font Size SwitcherExtra Small Font SizeSmall Font SizeMedium Font SizeLarge Font Size
Dateline
Haruo Yamashiro
Faculty Staff News

 

 

 

 

Caption BulletThe 2nd Annual Transformational Leaders Luncheon was presented by the Office of Student Life; more below

New

Robert Dowling (1941-2009): Founding Faculty Member Led Development of College of Business Administration
and Public Policy

Robert Dowling, professor emeritus of management died on May 14 after a brief illness. A founding faculty member of California State University, Dominguez Hills, the Huntington Beach resident was instrumental in establishing the business program at the university and served many leadership roles in his 31 years on campus, including chair of the Academic Senate, co-chair of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Action Report Council,
and the CSU Dominguez Hills advisory board. He was 67 years old.

Robert Dowling (1941-2009)
Click for full story

New
Jon Hauss, associate professor of English
Jon Hauss: Professor of American Literature Provides Students With the Experience of a Lifetime

In honor of the Class of 2009, Dateline is proud to present a unique "thank you" from Georgia Moten, who received her master's degree in English literature last night. Her interview of associate professor Jon Hauss, this year's Lyle E. Gibson Distinguished Teacher Award winner, is a testament to the transformative gifts of inspiration and knowledge that CSU Dominguez Hills faculty give to their students, and the committment and ambition of those students as they aspire to emulating their mentors, as Moten hopes to in her own teaching career.

Click for full story

New

Patricia Cherin: Long Day’s “Journey” Into Poetry

As coordinator of the Humanities External Degree M.A. Program in the College of Extended and International Education
at California State University, Dominguez Hills, Patricia Cherin oversees students from all over the world, many of whom will earn their degrees without ever setting foot on the Carson campus. Over the years that she’s helped her students on their journeys to a college degree Cherin has been on her own journey to becoming a writer After a career that includes featured works in more than 100 publications and two chapter books of her own titled, “Familiarities” and “Park Quest,” her first book-length collection of poems, “Journey in Flagrante,” was published last month.

Patricia Cherin: Long Day’s “Journey” Into Poetry
Click for full story

The 2nd Annual Transformational Leaders Luncheon was presented by the Office of Student Life to honor members of the
campus and external community who exemplify the event's theme, "Be the Pebble" by making ripples in their achievements,
including education, personal or community action, and the celebration of culture.

Pictured L-R: Trina Brown (accepting for Tanya Walters), Godparents Youth Organization; Mary Alice Stabler, community member; Brenda Knepper, director, University Communications and Public Affairs; Ivonne Heinze-Balcazar, director, Women's Resource Center; Najmah Brown, junior, applied studies; Robert Friedland, community member; Dylan Lewis, audio/video media specialist, Instructional Technology; Douglas Borcoman, acting director, Center for Teaching and Learning; and Cheryl McKnight, director, Center for Service Learning, Internships and Civic Engagement.

Not pictured: Kathrene Hansen, community member; Eldridge Huntington, educator; Donis Leonard, associate professor of theatre arts; and Bishop Howard A. Swancy, Peace Apostolic Church

Photo by Joanie Harmon

Dateline Home Dateline Email To Top of Page
Other Stories
bullet Annual Senior Art Show Highlights Talent, Diversity and Community
   
bullet Student Researchers Represent CSU Dominguez Hills at Statewide Event
   
bullet Clara Weston: History Undergraduate Takes Statewide Honors With Research on Street Vendors
   
bullet Africana Studies Welcomes Students from King Drew Magnet High to CSU Dominguez Hills
   
bullet Toros Athletics to Say Goodbye to 21 Graduating Seniors
New Window Icon = opens in new window