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
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Photo by GK