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Annual Student Art and Design Exhibition Features Works of Graduating Students

Works of art ranging from motion graphics, giant posters, and web design to mixed media assemblage, ceramic sculpture, and paintings, all created by 25 graduating seniors in studio art and design at California State University, Dominguez Hills are featured in the “Annual Student Art and Design Exhibition: B.A. Graduates” on display through May 20 in the University Art Gallery.


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Spring Dance Concert "Elevates" the Extraordinary With Student and Faculty Choreographers
Spring Dance Concert "Elevates" the Extraordinary With Student and Faculty Choreographers

Performing such dance styles as jazz, modern, hip-hop, flamenco, and Middle Eastern dance, more than 50 student dancers from California State University, Dominguez Hills will take the stage Friday, May 14, and Saturday, May 15, in “Elevation,” the Department of Theatre and Dance’s spring dance concert.

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Student Entrepreneurs Win Second Annual Business Plan Competition

Eight students have taken top honors in a business plan competition put on by the College of Business Administration and Public Policy at California Sate University, Dominguez Hills. In its second year, the CBAPP Business Plan Competition provides CSU Dominguez Hills students with real- world experience in developing a business plan and offers winners cash prizes and invaluable advice from local business leaders to enhance their entrepreneurial skills and spirit.


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Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga: Activist Speaks at CSU Dominguez Hills on Rhetoric and Redress with “Words Can Lie or Clarify”
Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga: Activist Speaks at CSU Dominguez Hills on Rhetoric and Redress with “Words Can Lie or Clarify”

On May 1, activist and researcher Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga discussed her seminal essay, “Words Can Lie or Clarify: Terminology of the World War II Incarceration of Japanese Americans” at a reception in her honor in the new South Wing of the University Library at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Herzig-Yoshinaga, who was imprisoned as a teenager at camps in Manzanar and Jerome, Ark. spoke with a panel made up of academic experts on the imprisonment of Japanese American citizens in concentration camps during World War II due to suspicion of treason by the U.S. military.



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Japanese Garden at CSU Dominguez Hills Rededicated to Celebrate Original Gardeners, Local Community

California State University, Dominguez Hills celebrated the history and recent restoration of its Shinwa-En Japanese Garden with a rededication ceremony on Saturday, May 1.

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Presidential Scholarship Reception Celebrates Academic Excellence, Community Support
Presidential Scholarship Reception Celebrates Academic Excellence, Community Support

The annual President’s Scholarship Reception was held on April 29 in the newly opened South Wing of the University Library at California State University, Dominguez Hills. The event celebrated the achievements and community support of the 2009-2010 Presidential Scholars cohort of 24 students representing a wide range of disciplines.

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Harryette Mullen: Poet and Scholar Delivers Annual Pat Eliet Lecture

On April 22, the English department at California State University, Dominguez Hills hosted the Annual Pat Eliet Lecture Series which invites prominent writers of the day to come and share their knowledge with students and faculty. This year’s speaker was Harryette Mullen, renowned poet and Associate Professor of English and African
American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.


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Unity Fest: Annual Multicultural Event Brings Campus Community Together
Unity Fest: Annual Multicultural Event Brings Campus Community Together

The annual Unity Fest at California State University, Dominguez Hills took place on the grounds outside the Loker Student Union on April 14. The event, which usually focuses on teaching tolerance, spreading acceptance, and generally having a great time, had another purpose this year – to raise funds for Haitian relief.

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Alumni Success Stories Featured in 50th Anniversary Speaker Series

On April 14, four successful alumni returned to California State University, Dominguez Hills for a panel titled “Searching for Career Success: An Alumni Story.” The event was part of the 50th Anniversary Speaker Series. Panelists included Toni Bock, director of community relations for Virco and chair of Torrance Chamber of Commerce executive board; Dr. Cheryl Browne, M.D., physician-in-charge at Kaiser Permanente, South Bay; Don Manning, assistant store director at Saks Off Fifth; and Todd Rogers, mayor of Lakewood and commander with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

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Thomas Landefeld: Minority Students Aspire to End Health Disparities
Thomas Landefeld: Minority Students Aspire to End Health Disparities

Last month, professor of biology Thomas Landefeld gave presentations on “Becoming a Scientist: Considerations for the Minority Student” at the 24th Annual Association of Minority Health Professions Schools Symposium, which has hosted by Tuskegee University. The event was attended by minority high school students from schools across the nation, who participate in workshops, interact with mentors and speakers, and present research data.

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