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Phuong Nguyen: Hearst Scholarship Winner Overcomes War Refugee Experience, Cultural Bias to Teach Math
Phuong Nguyen: Hearst Scholarship Winner Overcomes War Refugee Experience, Cultural Bias to Teach Math
Graduate student Phuong Nguyen has been awarded the William Randolph Hearst/CSU Trustees' Award for Outstanding Achievement along with 22 other students from across the CSU system. She shared her personal journey toward a college degree and a career as a high school math teacher, which was achieved against difficulties including her father being incarcerated in a North Vietnamese reeducation camp and overcoming cultural stereotypes and familial skepticism over her wish to become a mathematician.


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Jennifer Bleidistel: Easter Seals Ambassador Teaches Children in Infant Toddler Center

Unlike most of the staff at the Infant Toddler Center at California State University, Dominguez Hills, teacher assistant Jennifer Bleidistel shares something in common with many of her young charges: She too has a disability. On Oct. 9, she will be participating in Easter Seals' annual Walk With Me event in Irvine as an Easter Seals Ambassador. She will also be videotaped at work in the Infant Toddler Center next week and introduced at the organization’s national convention this November in Chicago. In addition, she will be featured at Easter Seals events across the country as the National Adult Representative for 2011.

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Salim Faraji: Professor of Africana Studies Attends Gathering of Scholars of Nubian Studies at British Museum
Salim Faraji: Professor of Africana Studies Attends Gathering of Scholars of Nubian Studies at British Museum
Salim Faraji, assistant professor of Africana studies at California State University, Dominguez Hills, attended the 12th Annual International Conference for Nubian Studies in August at the British Museum and presented his findings on “Africana Nubiology: Examining Classical Sudanese Traditions in West Africa.”


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Jung Sun Park: Professor of Asian Pacific Studies Serving Fellowship in Korea

Jung Sun Park is serving a fellowship at the Academy of Korean Studies in South Korea, conducting research on issues of South Korean social and cultural citizenship. As a complement to her previous research on legal citizenship in Korea, the professor of Asian Pacific studies, is currently working on the social and cultural dimensions of citizenship, which complements her previous research on the legal citizenship of foreign-born Koreans in Korea.

Jung Sun Park: Professor of Asian Pacific Studies Serving Fellowship in Korea
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“Songs for the Second Half”: One-Act Musical Reveals Humor and Coping in the Golden Years
“Songs for the Second Half”: One-Act Musical Reveals Humor and Coping in the Golden Years
Many of the retired or semi-retired members of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at California State University, Dominguez Hills will undoubtedly see themselves reflected in “Songs for the Second Half,” by Barry Bortnick. A performance of the one-act musical will take place on Oct. 10 in the Recital Hall, Rm. A-103, in La Corte Hall.


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