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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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Tammy Tumbling: SCE’s Director of Philanthropy Plants Seeds For Green Education

As the new director of philanthropy and community involvement at Southern California Edison, Tammy Tumbling (Class of ’90, B.S., business administration; ’94, MPA) is responsible for overseeing the company’s philanthropic interests and strategizing funding programs and priorities. Among these is Edison’s commitment to educating a “green” workforce through its $1,000,000 Green Jobs Education Initiative, which provides 10 community colleges throughout the state with funding to support training programs in areas such as green building, renewable energy, energy efficiency,and alternative transportation.

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Gerardo Yepez: Principal of Torrance Elementary Works Toward Collaboration
Gerardo Yepez: Principal of Torrance Elementary Works Toward Collaboration
Although the afternoon dismissal bell has rung at Torrance Elementary School, principal Gerardo Yepez (Class of ’93, liberal studies; ’96, teaching credential) isn’t finished working. He can be seen at the school’s entrance, greeting parents and saying goodbye to students for the day. During his eight years as principal, the school has consistently earned high marks for its high level of service to the community, a population that Yepez regards as his “customers.”


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Theodore Mozeleski: Army Reservist Awarded Bronze Star

When Chief Warrant Officer 2 Theodore Mozeleski (Class of ’84, psychology/philosophy) joined the Army Reserves in 1986, he did so in part because of his father’s place in history as an Army sergeant who received campaign stars for taking part of the Battle of the Bulge and in the Central European campaign of World War II. This fall, the 53-year-old Torrance native received the Bronze Star for meritorious service and leadership during the 2009 drawdown of U.S. forces in Iraq, during which he led a team of soldiers responsible for analyzing and disseminating intelligence information throughout central Iraq.


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Niecy Nash: Alumna Takes the Stage to Talk About Her Journey to Fame
Niecy Nash: Alumna Takes the Stage to Talk About Her Journey to Fame
On Nov. 3, California State University, Dominguez Hills welcomed actress/comedienne and theatre arts alumna Niecy Nash back to campus, where she spoke to students, faculty and the community at the Loker Student Union. Nash addressed her audience at CSU Dominguez Hills with the story of her journey to a successful acting career, which includes being the former host and producer of Style Network's "Clean House," numerous film and television credits, and a Daytime Emmy last summer for her work on "The Insider."


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Todd Smaretsky: Digital Media Arts Alumnus Can Add ‘Award-Winning’ to His Work

California State University, Dominguez Hills alumnus Todd Smaretsky (Class of ’10, B.A., digital media arts, television option) wasn’t going to enter the 2010 CSU Media Arts Festival film, video and interactive media competition. But now he’s glad he listened to the encouraging words of his professor, Dr. George Vinovich, coordinator of the Digital Media Arts Program. Smaretsky took home first place in the television category at the festival’s awards ceremony held at CSU Fullerton on Saturday, Nov. 6, for his PSA, “Letting Go of Anger.” He received a monetary prize of $500 and a Rosebud Award. The DMA program also received $250.


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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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