Holiday Greetings from CSU Dominguez HIlls
Students, faculty and staff extend holiday greetings in a number of different languages.
President Willie J. Hagan, Students Honored by Millennium Momentum Foundation
Ambassador of Education Award, and Best and Brightest Scholarships are presented during a black-tie event.
Competition Heats up at Sixth Annual Toro Iron Chef
Dishes from soups to entrées were plated and poised for presentation before a panel of particular judges.
Alumni Take on Role of Professor for a Day during Inaugural Event
Professionals provide career insights to a new generation of CSUDH Toros.
High-Tech CBAPP Financial Market Trading Lab Opens
ASI president Gavin Centeno says the lab provides students with tremendous opportunities and is an important step toward preparing students for the global workforce.
Reposted from the Archives and Special Collections blog. The Archives and Special Collections Department in the Library at CSU Dominguez Hills has received a generous donation of a collection relating to author Upton Sinclair (1878-1968). One of the most prolific authors of the 20th century, Sinclair saw “The Jungle,” his muckraking novel exposing the meat packing industry, lead directly to food and drug reforms following its sensational reception in 1906. “The … More
By Wyahee Tucrkile The Department of Psychology is getting a clearer picture of how the mind reacts to different tasks and stimuli thanks to a new piece of equipment called the functional near-infrared spectroscopy, also known as the fNIR. The department showcased its new acquisition during an open house at the George Marsh Applied Cognition (GMAC) Laboratory on Nov. 19. “This is a relatively new optical brain imaging technique that allows for real time … More
Thousands of high school students throughout California have been able to earn college credit prior to graduation—saving them money and reducing their time to a college degree— through the California State University, Dominguez Hills Young Scholars Program, which turns 20 in 2014. To mark the anniversary and showcase the program, Center for Mediated Instruction and Distance Learning staff producer Mario Congreve and instructional designer Calvin Ko made a video of how … More
EVENTS ON CAMPUS
What: Fall Dance Concert: "Origins" When: Friday & Saturday, Dec. 6 & 7 at 8 p.m. Where: University Theatre Tickets: $15 - general admission, $10 - students and senior citizens. Purchase online at csudh.edu/theatre/tickets.htm, or call the University Box Office at (310) 243-3589. Dances from the past evolve into dances of the present during “Origins,” the fall dance concert presented by the Department of Theatre and Dance at California State University, … More
Climate change expert Dr. Lynn F. Fenstermaker will be the guest speaker at the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences Distinguished Speaker Series, which will take place from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, in the Loker Student Union Ballroom C. The event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided. Fenstermaker’s talk is titled "Monitoring Climate Variability and Impact in Nevada," based on research done in the Mojave Desert which is located … More
The California State University, Dominguez Hills Department of Theatre and Dance presents Michael Frayn’s “Noises Off,” which has been called by some one of the funniest farces ever written. Directed by lecturer of theatre arts Naomi Buckley, this ludicrous comedy performs Nov. 14, 15 and 16 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 16 and 17 at 1 p.m. in the University Theatre. Written in 1982, “Noises Off” is a play within a play, with the actors being the cast and crew of a poorly … More