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SEED of Change: Health Professionals from Latin Countries to Study at CSU Dominguez Hills

A grant from the United States Agency for International Development has been awarded to the California State University, Dominguez Hills College of Extended & International Education to train nurses and other health professionals from the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua.


SEED of Change: Health Professionals from Latin Countries to Study at CSU Dominguez Hills
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First Annual Pan African Global Trade Conference Hosted by CSU Dominguez Hills
First Annual Pan African Global Trade Conference Hosted by CSU Dominguez Hills
California State University, Dominguez Hills hosted the First Annual Pan African Global Trade Conference on Oct. 21-22 in the Loker Student Union, co-sponsored by the university’s California African American Political and Economic Institute and the Africa-USA Chamber of Commerce. The conference’s theme, “Unifying Africa and the African Diaspora through International Trade & Commerce” was presented along with the 25th Annual African Marketplace in an effort to promote and facilitate bilateral trade, commerce and investment between the U.S., the African Diaspora and the nation states of Africa.



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Veterans Alliance: Student Support Organization Screens Documentary on Nov. 10

In honor of Veterans Day, the Veterans Alliance, a student support group for veteran students at California State University, Dominguez Hills, will screen the documentary “Striking a Chord” on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 1- 3 p.m. in the Loker Student Union. Veterans Alliance, which was established as a student organization last year, seeks to serve the significant number of students who are veterans, as well as active duty students who are completing distance learning programs through CSU Dominguez Hills while serving their country abroad and domestically.

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Guerilla Art Project Takes to LaCorte Hall
Guerilla Art Project Takes to LaCorte Hall
California State University, Dominguez Hills graphic design major Paul Whisenhunt put some of his talents up against the wall—a wall on the first floor inside LaCorte Hall, to be precise. As part of the Art and Design Department’s Art 342-Conceptualization class, associate professor of art design Michele Bury assigned 11 groups of students a “guerilla design” project, which exercised a form of art that utilizes public spaces
and is commonly known as “street guerilla art.”



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Samantha Hernandez: Sociology Major Featured in U.S. Dept. of Education Promo for Latino Education

Samantha Hernandez didn’t set out to be a role model when she made good grades in high school and got accepted to college. In fact, if anything, she was inspired by others to set those goals. However, the sociology major at California State University, Dominguez Hills has become just that as the featured student in a Spanish-language video produced by the U.S. Department of Education intended to promote college attendance among children of Latino families.


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Shonni Johnson-Albritton: Alumna Wins 2010 NAACP Theatre Award
Shonni Johnson-Albritton: Alumna Wins 2010 NAACP Theatre Award
Shonni Johnson-Albritton (Class of ’06, B.A., theatre arts) was recognized as “Best Supporting Actress” at the NAACP Theatre Awards, which was held in August at the Director’s Guild of America in Hollywood. The theatre arts alumna received the award for her role in the 2009 university production of August Wilson’s “Jitney.” She took time out from a typical 14-hour school day to tell Dateline about accolades from actors she had only admired from afar, the professionalism of fellow actors at her alma mater, and bringing her characters to life.


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