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CSU Dominguez Hills Awarded Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has selected California State University, Dominguez Hills for its Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. Out of 305 universities that applied nationwide, CSU Dominguez Hills was one of only 115 were given this distinction in 2010.

CSU Dominguez Hills Awarded Carnegie Community Engagement Classification
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Patricia Hinchberger: Nursing Professor Sees a New Day for Women in Kenya
Patricia Hinchberger: Nursing Professor Sees a New Day for Women in Kenya
Dr. Patricia Hinchberger, director of the master’s entry-level professional nursing program at California State University, Dominguez Hills, participated in a humanitarian mission to Africa last fall led by the Worldwide Network for Gender Empowerment at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara. The organization, which Hinchberger has been a core member of since 2007, visited villages in Kenya, including Kibera, the second largest urban slum in Africa.


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Dale Mueller: Professor of Nursing Visits Cuba on Humanitarian Mission

During her visit to Cuba this past October, Dale Mueller was surprised by many cultural aspects that belied popular beliefs about the communist nation. While participating in a humanitarian effort administered through a faith-based NGO and approved by the Cuban government, the associate professor of nursing at California State University, Dominguez Hills was continually impressed by an unanticipated spirit of community.

Dale Mueller: Professor of Nursing Visits Cuba on Humanitarian Mission
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University Archives Preserve Pioneer Spirit of a California Political Family
University Archives Preserve Pioneer Spirit of a California Political Family
In his inauguration speech earlier this week, Gov. Jerry Brown talked about his ancestors, who toughed it out on the frontier as they migrated to California. In the 1960s, the Brown family was still roughing it, but as enthusiastic campers who wanted to see the natural wonders of the Golden State. During his administration, Gov. Edmund “Pat” Brown took annual treks into the California wilderness with his son and future governor Edmund “Jerry” Brown, Jr., (pictured at left) and several state officials including Donald P. Loker, one of the longest serving supporters of California State College, Dominguez Hills and later, California State University, Dominguez Hills.


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