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ASI Launches Campaign to Invite President Obama to CSU Dominguez Hills
ASI Launches Campaign to Invite President Obama to CSU Dominguez Hills



Romel Edmond, student-at-large for Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is participating in a campaign to bring President Barack Obama to the California State University, Dominguez Hills campus for the 2010 commencement exercises. Led by Khaleah Bradshaw, ASI's director of legislative affairs, students will have the opportunity to write letters to the White House at a 24-hour "slumber party" on Dec. 10-11.

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“Lunch: The 8th Grade Bridge Project” Highlights Life in Middle School



“Lunch: The 8th Grade Bridge Project,” inspired by South Bay middle school interviews and written by veteran journalist and filmmaker Pamela K. Johnson. “Lunch” is presented by the California State University, Dominguez Hills Department of Theatre Arts and Dance in conjunction with the Dominguez Bridge Theatre Company and is directed by Bill DeLuca, professor of theatre arts. The play opens on Nov. 20 at the Edison Theatre on campus.

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Cynthia Johnson: Public Health Nursing Careers on the Rise

Cynthia Johnson: Public Health Nursing Careers on the Rise


Cynthia Johnson, RN, Ed.D., was featured in the September 2 issue of orkingNurse.com in the article “Public Health Nursing.” The professor of nursing at California State niversity, Dominguez Hills says there is a great demand for public health nurses and that there are plenty of students hoping to fill that need. She estimates that about 90 percent of applicants attending quarterly application workshops for the public health nursing program at CSU Dominguez Hills aspire to work for the Los Angeles County health system.

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Susan Needham: Anthropologist Helps Create Archive of Cambodian History in Long Beach


Susan Needham, Ph.D., professor and chair of anthropology at California State University, Dominguez Hills, has received a $40,000 grant from the Long Beach Community Foundation for her collaboration with Karen Quintiliani, Ph.D., associate professor of anthropology at CSU Long Beach, and the Historical Society of Long Beach on the Cambodian Community History and Archive Project.

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