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Anthropology Students Get a Taste of Cacao Farming In Chiapas

In June, associate professor of anthropology Janine Gasco took students in her Introduction to Mesoamerican Ethnoecology class on a two-week excursion to the Soconusco region of Chiapas, Mexico, for a look at local agriculture. In collaboration with a local nonprofit, La Red Maya de Organizaciones Orgánicas (CASFA), Gasco and her students assisted the area’s cacao farmers and studied the methods and culture in which they grow a product famous among chocolate makers worldwide, and whether or not their farming practices were sustainable.


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Geetanjali Ashok: International MBA Student Takes Team to First Place in Business Plan Contest
Geetanjali Ashok: International MBA Student Takes Team to First Place in Business Plan Contest

Geetanjali Ashok, an MBA student at California State University, Dominguez Hills, won first prize with her team in a business plan competition during the Emerging Minority Business Leaders Program held last month at West Liberty University in West Liberty, W. Va.

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Fighting Youth Violence Before It Starts: Students and Professor of Teacher Education Deliver Messages of Mentoring, Collaboration

Every year since Richard Gordon’s 17-year- ld son, Kwame, was fatally shot at a party in 2006, the California State University, Dominguez Hills professor of teacher education (at left) has honored his memory with an annual dinner to raise funds for a scholarship at the Waldorf School in Altadena in Kwame's honor. A major component of the memorial are guest speakers, many of whom are Gordon's colleagues and their students, who provided information and testimonials on how violence has impacted their lives, and their recovery from the trauma.


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