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Chicana/Chicano Studies Department’s 40th Anniversary Recognized by City of Carson
Chicana/Chicano Studies Department’s 40th Anniversary Recognized by City of Carson
In 1970, an interdisciplinary program called Mexican American studies was offered at California State University, Dominguez Hills. In 1994, it was designated as a stand-alone program and the Chicana/Chicano studies department was established. On Sept. 1, Irene Vasquez, chair and professor of Chicana/Chicano studies was recognized with her students at a meeting of the Carson City Council in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the discipline at CSU Dominguez Hills and in conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month.


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Susan Needham: Partnership with CSU Long Beach Continues With Cambodian History Project

Susan Needham, professor and chair of anthropology at CSU Dominguez Hills, and Karen Quintiliani, assistant professor of anthropology at CSU Long Beach have been collaborating on a project to create digital and physical archives for the Cambodian community of Long Beach with the Cambodian Community History and Archive Project with the help of their students and the Historical Society of Long Beach. The project was funded in part with a $20,000 grant from the California Council for the Humanities and $40,000 from the Long Beach Community Foundation.

Susan Needham: Partnership with CSU Long Beach Continues With Cambodian History Project
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John Tracy: Senior Vice President Gives Boeing Technology its Wings
John Tracy: Senior Vice President Gives Boeing Technology its Wings
As senior vice president of engineering, operations and technology and the chief technology officer for Boeing, John Tracy is responsible for the strategic direction of more than 100,000 employees internationally. Within the corporation, he is responsible for a multitude of organizations that include engineering, operations, supplier management, quality assurance functions, information technology, intellectual property management, and environment, health and safety.


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Brandilynn Villarreal: Alumna Finds Path to Doctorate By Mentoring McNair Scholars

When Brandilynn Villarreal (Class of ’09, M.A., clinical psychology) took a job as a grad assistant for the McNair Scholars Program at California State University, Dominguez Hills, she had thought the responsibility of helping underrepresented, first-generation college students prepare for advanced degrees was interesting. So much so, that as a doctoral candidate in social and personality psychology at the University of California, Irvine she decided to analyze how that same student population copes with graduate school.

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