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Caption BulletJames Osborne (Class of '01, B.A., interdisciplinary studies; at far right) shares his collection of Jimi Hendrix memorabilia with University Archives and Special Collections; more below

 

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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.

Brandilynn Villarreal: Alumna Finds Path to Doctorate By Mentoring McNair Scholars
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Photo above: James Osborne (Class of '01, B.A., interdisciplinary studies; at far right) shares his collection of Jimi Hendrix memorabilia with “Jimi Hendrix: I’ll Meet You in the Next World. Don’t Be Late,” now showing in University Archives and Special Collections.

The exhibit, which is comprised of record albums, magazines, and other materials from around the world, reflects the late rock artist's international acclaim. Osborne, a local historian, is the author of the Arcadia books, "Images of America: Lawndale" and "Postcards of America: Missions of Southern California."

L-R: Tom Philo, archivist and cataloger, University Archives and Special Collections; Greg Williams, director, University Archives and Special Collections; and Osborne

“Jimi Hendrix: I’ll Meet You in the Next World. Don’t Be Late” will be on display until Dec. 17 in the University Library. For more information on the exhibit, click here.

Photo by Joanie Harmon


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