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Caption BulletA certificate of recognition was presented to the CSU Dominguez Hills Iota Gamma Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma; more below.

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Jacqueline Tejeda: Communications Graduate Looks Forward to Global Journalism Career
Jacqueline Tejeda: Communications Graduate Looks Forward to Global Journalism Career

Interns in the Office of University Communication and Public Affairs at California State University, Dominguez Hills typically have their stories appear in Dateline, the university’s official news site. Jacqueline Tejeda, who graduates tomorrow, did one better: her coverage of the rededication of the Shinwa-En Japanese Garden on campus was reprinted in the Rafu Shimpo, the nation’s oldest and only remaining Japanese American newspaper.

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Nursing Students Volunteer at Remote Area Medical


Students in the Master’s Entry-level Professional Nursing Program at California State University, Dominguez Hills recently volunteered approximately 368 hours at Remote Area Medical healthcare expedition which took place April 27 through May 3 at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Twenty-three students, who are currently doing clinical rotations at Kaiser Downey and the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Long Beach, assisted physicians and practitioners with providing free examinations and procedures in general medical, podiatry, pharmacy, and women’s health at the weeklong RAM clinic.


Nursing Students Volunteer at Remote Area Medical
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Photo above: A certificate of recognition was presented to the CSU Dominguez Hills Iota Gamma Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma as the “Organization of the Day” on March 22 during the “Influential Women in California” event at the Loker Student Union. The chapter was recognized for its continuous support of the university, with guest panelist Rose Matsui Ochi, J.D., executive director of California Forensic Science Institute (at left) and President Mildred García cheering them on.

L-R: Kristi Medearis, senior, biology and Presidential Scholar; Brittney Uribe, sophomore, digital media arts and executive board officer, Iota Gamma; Karla Castillo, graduate student, teacher education and office coordinator, Office of Student Life; Rocio Diaz, junior, liberal studies; Monique Dominguez, sophomore, computer science and public relations chair, Iota Gamma; Neisha Rhodes, assistant to the dean, College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences; and Andrea Alvarez, sophomore, computer science

For more information about the Iota Gamma Chapter at CSU Dominguez Hills, click here.

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