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Caption BulletCSU Dominguez Hills staff members celebrate Earth Day 2008 in the Japanese Garden; more below

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Jim Katzenstein: Collaboration with Medical University in Tanzania to Provide Global Learning Opportunities
Jim Katzenstein: Collaboration with Medical University in Tanzania to Provide Global Learning Opportunities

A memorandum of understanding was signed last month between California State University, Dominguez Hills and Hubert Kairuki Memorial University in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Dr. Jim Katzenstein, a full time lecturer in the department of Management and Marketing at CSU Dominguez Hills, is the liaison between the two universities and will be working to create a collaboration that will provide a global learning opportunity for nursing and medical students in both Africa and the United States.


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Carl Sneed: Psychologist Receives Grant for Research on Parent-Child Communication About Sexual Behaviors

Dr. Carl Sneed, associate professor of psychology at California State University, Dominguez Hills received a two-year grant effective April 1 from the California HIV/AIDS Research Program in the amount of $231,352. The award will fund his project titled “Parents and Children Talking: A Text-Message Intervention,” which examines the role of text-messages in helping parents totalk to their adolescent children about sex.

Carl Sneed: Psychologist Receives Grant for Research on Parent-Child Communication About Sexual Behaviors
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Photo above: CSU Dominguez Hills staff members celebrate Earth Day 2008 in the Japanese Garden with members of the Majikina Honryu Dance Company and musicians from the Okinawa Association of America and the late Haruo Yamashiro (second from right), a renowned landscape architect who designed the teahouse in 1978.

Pictured are Naomi Moy, director, Reference Services, University Library (far left) and Bill Ota, landscape specialist, Physical Plant

Photo courtesy of Haruo Yamashiro Family

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