CSUDH Logo CSUDH Logo CSUDH HomeSearchIndex
CSUDH Logo
Campus News
Student News
Faculty / Staff News
Alumni News
Sports Shorts
Dateline Archives
Dateline Staff
Text Sizexsmallsmallmediumlarge

 

CSUDH Logo
Header graphic
Campus News
Welch Hall
Welch Hall Welch Hall
New
Winston Hewitt: Endowed Scholarship and Gift of Art Preserve Professor’s Legacy
Winston Hewitt: Endowed Scholarship and Gift of Art Preserve Professor’s Legacy
Winston Russell Hewitt (1922- 2006) may have been the founding chair of the modern languages department at CSU Dominguez Hills, where he taught French literature from 1966 to 1982, but art was his true passion; he ultimately retired from teaching in order to devote his life to painting. After his death in 2006, executors of the Winston Russell Hewitt Foundation chose to honor his passion for art and love of CSU Dominguez Hills with the creation of the Winston Hewitt Art and Design Endowed Scholarship.


Click for full story

New

CSU Dominguez Hills Strengthens Connections with Long Beach Alumni and Community

A reception for Long Beach-based alumni of California State University, Dominguez Hills was hosted by Alumni Programs and the law firm of Keesal, Logan and Young was held on Nov. 18 in the firm’s offices in downtown Long Beach. The event was designed to help make connections between the university and the city, which according to university estimates is home to 3,500 CSU Dominguez Hills alumni.

CSU Dominguez Hills Strengthens Connections with Long Beach Alumni and Community
Click for full story

New
“Songs for a New World” A Study of Characters for Faculty Director
“Songs for a New World” A Study of Characters for Faculty Director
The Department of Theatre Arts and Dance at California State University, Dominguez Hills will present a student performance of the award-winning musical, “Songs for a New World,” directed by Theatre Arts lecturer Dinora Walcott, on Dec. 3, 4, 10, and 11 at 8 p.m., and Dec. 5 and 12 at 2 p.m., in the Edison Studio Theatre in the University Theatre Complex.


Click for full story

New

Latinas Juntas: First Generation College Students Examine Common Experiences, Common Goals

On Nov. 5, the annual Latinas Juntas, a mentoring event for Latina students presented by the university’s Career Center took place in the Ballroom of the Loker Student Union. Chicana author Reyna Grande, serving as the keynote speaker, inspired and motivated the participants to succeed at a higher level than they thought possible.

Latinas Juntas: First Generation College Students Examine Common Experiences, Common Goals
Click for full story

Dateline Home Dateline Email To Top of Page
Other Stories
bullet School of Nursing Cuts Ribbon on Clinical Skills Lab
   
bullet Teatro Dominguez: Local Second Graders Learn From Multicultural Theatre
   
bullet Tammy Tumbling: SCE’s Director of Philanthropy Plants Seeds For Green Education
   
bullet Gerardo Yepez: Principal of Torrance Elementary Works Toward Collaboration
   
bullet Peter Desberg: New Book Strictly For Laughs
New Window Icon = opens in new window
*The university does not vouch for the accuracy of any facts or statements made on public websites outside the CSUDH.edu domain.