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School of Nursing Cuts Ribbon on Clinical Skills Lab
School of Nursing Cuts Ribbon on Clinical Skills Lab
On Nov. 8, the School of Nursing at California State University, Dominguez Hills cut the ribbon on a dedicated clinical skills lab, the first such facility on the university campus in the program’s 29-year history. Construction began in 2008 to convert four classroom spaces on the lower level of the Social and Behavioral Sciences building into a 4,000-square-foot skills lab. The project was made possible with $1.6 million allocated through the CSU Chancellor’s Office system wide nursing facilities improvement fund.


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Teatro Dominguez: Local Second Graders Learn From Multicultural Theatre

There are few better ways to start the day than to watch kids having fun, unless you’re an actor from California State University, Dominguez Hills who gets to perform for an auditorium full of second-graders. Theatre major Eduardo Frias got to do just that recently. On Nov. 9, he and 18 fellow Teatro Dominguez members wrapped up a five-week tour performing “The Storytellers” for Carson area second-graders.

Teatro Dominguez: Local Second Graders Learn From Multicultural Theatre
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Tammy Tumbling: SCE’s Director of Philanthropy Plants Seeds For Green Education
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

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.”

Gerardo Yepez: Principal of Torrance Elementary Works Toward Collaboration
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Peter Desberg: Professor Finds Comedy Writing No Laughing Matter
Peter Desberg: New Book Strictly For Laughs
When professor of graduate education Peter Desberg conducted interviews with comedy writers from the Golden Age of television to the present for his new book, “Show Me the Funny: At the Writers’ Table with Hollywood’s Top Comedy Writers,” he and co-author Jeffrey Davis, a professor of screenwriting at Loyola Marymount University had the opportunity to ask the age-old question, “What’s so funny?” The answers surprised them.


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