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Caption BulletMonique Dominguez, sophomore, computer science (seated) and Andrea Alvarez, sophomore, computer science served as volunteers at Commencement; more below

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Psychology Graduate Students Publish Study on HIV Prevention Among Injection Drug Users

Erin Cooper (Class of ’10, M.A., psychology) and Chaka Dodson, graduate student, psychology, have had their study, “Pharmacy participation in nonprescription syringe sales in Los Angeles and San Francisco Counties, 2007” published online in the Journal of Urban Health. The study, which has been instrumental in ongoing legislative debates about providing clean syringes to injection drug users for purposes of preventing HIV, will also appear in a print version of the journal later in July.

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Summer Bridge Alumni Prepare to Mentor Next Freshman Class
Summer Bridge Alumni Prepare to Mentor Next Freshman Class

Soon-to-be sophomores at California State University, Dominguez Hills are spending their summer vacation preparing to mentor incoming freshmen in the university’s Summer Bridge Academy. Administered through the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) office, Summer Bridge seeks to ensure student success and retention for first-time freshmen with a free six-week seminar focused on basics like English and mathematics as well as college survival skills such as study habits and time management.

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Sawandi Salimu: Eye-Opening Mission in Nigeria Has Graduate Student Looking Forward to Medical Career

Sawandi Salimu (Class of ’09, B.S., biochemistry) is busy this summer. With his sights set on medical school, he is preparing to take the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) and to begin his graduate studies in biology at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Despite the rigors of medical school ahead however, he says he feels prepared thanks to his experiences on a medical mission in Africa with physicians and other volunteers from the Anambra State Association (ASA), a nonprofit led by Nigerian professionals who now live and work in the United States.

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Photo above: Monique Dominguez, sophomore, computer science (seated) and Andrea Alvarez, sophomore, computer science served as volunteers at Commencement. The two members of Phi Sigma Sigma were selected as "Volunteers of the Year" by the Office of Student Life.

Photo by Joanie Harmon

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