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Fall Convocation Kicks Off 2009-10 Academic Year
Fall Convocation Kicks Off 2009-10 Academic Year

On Aug. 24, Fall Convocation kicked off the 2009-10 academic year with a focus on the prior year’s accomplishments of students, faculty and staff at California State University, Dominguez Hills. President Mildred García looked toward maintaining the quality of education despite the $16.1 million cut to the university’s budget.

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New State-of-the-Art Orthotics and Prosthetics Facility Opens at VA Long Beach Healthcare System


The California State University, Dominguez Hills Orthotics and Prosthetics Program has officially opened the doors of its new O&P lab and classrooms at VA Long Beach Healthcare System medical center. A ribbon cutting ceremony last month was attended by students, administrators, practitioners, disabled veterans and community members.

New State-of-the-Art Orthotics and Prosthetics Facility Opens at VA Long Beach Healthcare System
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Eight Days a Week Not Enough: Nursing Students Volunteer at Free Clinic, Gain First-Hand Experience of Health Care Crisis
Eight Days a Week Not Enough: Nursing Students Volunteer at Free Clinic, Gain First-Hand Experience of Health Care Crisis

As the debate over health care access continues to rage on the national front, Dr. Patricia Hinchberger’s students in the master’s entry-level professional nursing program (MEPN) at California State University, Dominguez Hills decided to act locally. As volunteers for the nonprofit Remote Area Medical they had the opportunity to admit and screen patients, maintain supplies and equipment, and assist dentists and doctors during RAM’s eight-day free clinic that took place Aug. 11-18 at the Los Angeles Forum.

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CSU Dominguez Hills Focuses on Latino Education, Provides Role Models for First-Generation Students


Last month, California State University, Dominguez Hills highlighted its stature as a trend-setting Hispanic-Serving Institution with two events that marked a historic level of importance in the Latino community.

CSU Dominguez Hills Focuses on Latino Education, Provides Role Models for First-Generation Students
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First Univision KMEX 34-Telefutura 46 “Feria Deja Huella” Welcomes 20,000 to CSU Dominguez Hills
First Univision KMEX 34-Telefutura 46 “Feria Deja Huella” Welcomes 20,000 to CSU Dominguez Hills

The first Univision KMEX 34 and Telefutura 46 “Feria Deja Huella” (Leave Your Mark Fair) drew approximately 20,000 people to California State University, Dominguez Hills Saturday, Aug. 22. The Spanish language education fair – the first and largest such fair in Southern California – was part of Univision’s “Deja Huella Edúcate” (Leave Your Mark, Educate Yourself) campaign to increase the involvement of Spanish- peaking parents in their kids’ education, reduce the Latino dropout rate, and promote a college-going culture.

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Joyce Johnson: Emerita Professor Never Typecast in “Second Act” as a Leading Lady


When Joyce Johnson was trying to decide what to do in her retirement from California State University, Dominguez Hills, she considered the option of spending her days watching soap operas. Little did she know that in a short time, she herself would be in front of the cameras. The emerita professor of English has discovered her "second act," a career on film and stage.

Joyce Johnson: Emerita Professor Never Typecast in “Second Act” as a Leading Lady
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Doris Ressl: Choreographer Presents Signature Dance Company at CSU Dominguez Hills
Doris Ressl: Choreographer Presents Signature Dance Company at CSU Dominguez Hills

When Don Gerth, former president of California State University, Dominguez Hills, wanted to bring publicity to the university during the 1984 Olympics, he offered a portion of the Carson campus to the event chairman Peter Ueberroth, who proposed that a world class cycling venue be built on the Carson campus. After the Olympics, the facility served as a sport and entertainment venue for the Los Angeles community.

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Gilbert Ivey: Metropolitan Water District Executive Honored by Southern California Leadership Network


Gilbert Ivey (Class of '75, B.A., business administration), the chief administrative officer for Metropolitan Water District of Southern California was named Public Sector Leader of the Year by the Southern California Leadership Network. He will be honored at the organization’s annual awards luncheon in December.

Gilbert Ivey: Metropolitan Water District Executive Honored by Southern California Leadership Network
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