CSUDH Campus-wide Directory of Awards, Scholarly Work, and Creative Activities
CSUDH Campus-wide Directory of Awards, Scholarly Work, and Creative Activities CSUDH Campus-wide Directory of Awards, Scholarly Work, and Creative Activities
CSUDH Campus-wide Directory of Awards, Scholarly Work, and Creative Activities To show the wealth of talent, achievement, and distinction that have become a trademark of the CSUDH campus. • To explore the work of: • Administration • Faculty and adjunct faculty • Staff • Emeritus faculty and staff • Student researchers A Directory
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…A snapshot of a career devoted to education Awards, Honors • Named to Hispanic Business magazine's 100 Most Influential Hispanics list for 2007 as one of the most influential Hispanics in education. (See frame 31/10 of 23). • Selected by the Hispanic Business and Professional (HB&P) Association of Westchester County, Inc. as the first recipient of the HB & P Professional of the Year, April 20, 2006. • Selected by El Diario La Prensa as an honoree for the Mujeres Destacadas 2006 Award, March 26, 2006. • Selected as a Salzburg Fellow and participated in the Salzburg Seminar, "Changing Concepts of International Education Exchange and Mobility," July 2004. • Selected by the Puerto Rican Day Parade Committee, Inc. as a Premio Rafel Cordero honoree for the first annual Puerto Rican Heritage Month Awards, November 18, 2003. • Selected by Montclair State University as an honoree for Women's History Month, March 27, 2003. • Selected by Westchester Community College (WCC) as an honoree for Women's History Month, March 26, 2003. • Selected by the Congress of the United States House of Representatives, Eighth Congressional District, as an honoree for Women's History Month, March 24, 2003. • Selected by the New Jersey General Assembly Majority Office, State House, as one of four women to be recognized during Women's History Month for the many accomplishments, March 3, 2003. • Selected by the YWCA of New York City as a 2002 Women Achiever, the 29th Annual Salute entitled "Generation of Women: Reaching Out/Reaching Back," November 21, 2002. • Selected by the SER of Westchester, Inc., as an honoree for the 2002 Hispanic Achievement and Hispanic Heritage Month, October 10, 2002. • Selected by the Ford Foundation to join the United States delegation for a Tri-National Conference in New York City, New York and Alburquerque, New Mexico entitled "Learning in a World of Difference: Higher Education in Diverse Democracies," October 20 - 31, 1999. • Selected by the Ford Foundation to join the United States delegation for a Tri-National Conference in Durban, South Africa entitled "The International Seminar on Diversity Issues in Higher Education," March 12 - 21, 1998. • Selected by the Ford Foundation to join the United States delegation for a Tri-National Conference in New Delhi, India, entitled, "The Challenges of Diversity in Higher Education: Lessons from India, South Africa and the United States," January 21 - 24, 1997. • Honorary Degree, Moscow External University of the Humanities, June 9, 1995. • Publications • García, M., "Democracy, Diversity & Presidential Leadership." Liberal Education, Vol. 93, No. 3 (Summer 2007), pp. 22-27. • Garcia, M. "Seeing Through the Eyes of Difference: The Strength of Women's Multicultural Alliances." On Campus with Women, 36, No. 1 (Spring 2007). Association of American Colleges and Universities. • Tierney, W., and García, M. , “The Dynamic Nature of Privatzation in Postsecondary Education,” in USC Urban Ed , Fall/Winter 2006-2007, pp. 20-22. • García, M., “The Social Contract Imperative,” New York Times website, April 6, 2005. • García, M., “A Means to Move Forward,” in Equality as a Fact, Equality as a Result: A Matter of Institutional Accountability, American Council on Education, 2005. • Rendon, L., García, M. , and Person, D., Transforming the First Year of College for Students of Color , the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, Natonal Resource Center for the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, University of South Carolina, 2004. • Turner, C., Antonio, A., García, M. , Laden, B., Nora, A., and Presley, C., Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Higher Education , Ratcliff, J. (series editor) ASHE Reader Series, 2002. • García, M., Hudgin, C., Musil, C., Netttles, M., Sedlacek, W., and Smith, D. Assessing Campus Diversity Initiatives: A Guide for Campus Practitioners. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities, (2002). • García, M. (guest editor), The Journal of Higher Education, V.71, No.2, Ohio State University Press, March/April 2000. • Garcia, M. (ed.) Succeeding in an Academic Career: A Guide for Faculty of Color. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, ( 2000). • Musil, C., García, M. , Hudgins, C., Nettles, M., Sedlacek, W., and Smith, D., To Form a More Perfect Union: Campus Diversity Initiatives, Association of American Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC, 1999. • García, M., and Thompson, C., “Latinos as Academics: The Difficult Road to Equity,” in Education of Hispanics in the United States: Politics, Policies, and Outcomes, Tashakorri and Ochoa, editors, EMS Press, 1999. • García, M. (ed.) Affirmative Action's Testament of Hope: Strategies for a New Era. New York: SUNY Press, (1997). • García, M. and Ratcliff, J. "Social Forces Acting on Today's Curriculum," in The Handbook of the Undergraduate Curriculum, Jerry Gaff and James Ratcliff (eds.), Association of American Colleges and Universities, Spring 1996. • García, M. "Engendering Student Services," in Gender and Power in the Community College - New Directions for Community Colleges, Barbara Townsend, editor. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, (No. 89, Spring 1995), pp. 29 - 37. • García, M. and Smith, D., "Reflecting Inclusiveness in the College curriculum," in Educating a New Majority, Laura Rendon and Richard Hope, editors. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, (1996), pp. 65-288. • Turner, C., García, M. , Nora, A, and Rendon, L.I. (eds.) Racial/Ethnic Diversity in Higher Education - ASHE Reader Series. Needham Heights, MA: Simon & Schuster, (1996). • Musil, C., García, M. , Moses, Y., and Smith, D. Diversity in Higher Education: A Work in Progress. Washington, D.: Association of American College and Universities, (October,1995). • García, M. "Current Issues and Problems," Associate Editor in Foundations of American Higher Education - ASHE Reader Series, James L. Bess, editor. Lexington: Ginn Press, 1991, pp. 675 - 677. • García, M. "The Sojourn: From Faculty to Administration." Journal for Higher Education Management, Vol 5, No. 2 (Winter/Spring 1991), pp. 15 - 21. • García, M. "The Montclair State College Assessment Model," (part 1), in Conference Proceedings - The 1990 Montclair Assessment Conference: Strategies and Prospects for the Decade, Robert McCormick, editor. Nutley: Delgen Press (March 1991). • García, M., "Assessing Program Effectiveness in an Institution with a Diverse Student Body," in The Effect of Assessment on Minority Student Achievement, Michael Nettles, editor. New Directions for Institutional Research, No. 65, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, (Spring 1990). • García, M., Sandra, and Stephens, R. "An Institutional Response to Racism: A Comprehensive Approach," Conference Proceedings: The Minority Student Today Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October 10, 1989. Commissioned Reports • Rendon, L., Garza, H. & García, M. "Institutional Outreach Strategies." Commissioned Paper for the Secretary of Education, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC, 1998. • García, M. and Daryl G. Smith, "Minorities in Higher Education, Diversity in Higher Education: A Research Agenda" for the Social Science Research Council, 1997. • García, M. "Performance and Persistence of Minority Students: Options and Alternatives." Commissioned Paper for the Southern Education Foundation, 1994. Book Reviews • García, M. Rev. of Women of Color: The Multicultural Curriculum, by Liza Fiol-Matta and Mirriam K. Chamberlain. Transformations (Vol. 6, No. 2, Fall 1995), pp. 98-102. • García, M. Rev. of Perspectives of Minority Women in Higher Education, by Lynne Brodie Welch (ed.). Journal of Higher Education (Vol. 65, No. 1, January/February 1994), pp. 102-104. • García, M. Rev. of The Academic Crisis of the Community College, by Dennis McGrath and Martin B. Spear. Planning for Higher Education Journal, (Winter 1992-93), pp. 51-52. • García, M. Rev. of Effective College Management - The Outcome Approach, by Bruce Tuckman and F. Craig Johnson. Journal for Higher Education Management, (Vol. 5, No. 1, Summer/Fall 1989), pp. 53-55. Selected Presentations • Invited Closing Plenary, "Access and Diversity in Higher Education: The Role of the Presidential Assistant," at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Presidential Assistants in Higher Education, February 11, 2007. • Invited Keynote, Breakfast Address: "Democracy, Diversity, and the Road of the President," at the Annual Conference of the American Association of Colleges and University, January 19, 2007. • Invitated Presentation, "Presidents' Roundtable: Education in the 21st Century, at the Inauguration of Karen Gross, President, Southern Vermont College, November 18, 2006. • Invited Panel Presentation, "Building New Leadership Models that Strengthen Our Links to a Healthy, Diverse, and Inclusive Higher Education Community," at the Third Summit for Women of Color Administrators in Higher Education, sponsored by the American Council on Education, November 8, 2006. • Invited Panel Presentation, "Aligning Institutional Vision with Policymakers' and the Public's Interests," at the TIAA-CREF Institute Annual National Higher Education Leadership Conference, November 2, 2006. • Invited Presentation, Facilitator: Pre-Conference Workshop, "Diversity and Learning: A Defining Moment," at the 6th Biennial Diversity and Learning Conference of the American Association of Colleges and Universities, October 19, 2006. • Panel Moderator, "Connecting Higher Education to Industry and Marketplace Needs," at the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Annual Conference, September 18, 2006. • Invited Keynote Address, at the University of San Diego, Community College Leadership Development Initiatives Summer Academy, and Panel Presentation entitled, "Looking Ahead: The Future of Community Colleges," August 2-3, 2006. • Guest Lecturer, "Seminars in Current Issues: The Multiple Lenses of Diversity in Higher Education," at Iowa State University, July 10-11, 2006. • Interactive Session entitled "Now is the Time: Meeting the Challenge for a Diverse Academy," at the Millennium Leadership Institute of the American Association of State Colleges and University (AASC&U), June 26, 2006. • Interactive Session entitled "Calling for a Study Exploring Ways to Protect Faculty of Color from Intentional or Unintentional Racism" at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 10, 2006. • Interaction Session entitled "Strategic Planning in Overdrive: How One Institution Went from Not to Hot," at the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Conference, March 30, 2006. • Invited Presentation, College President's Panel, at the National Latino Education Summit hosted by the Latino Institute, Inc., March 28, 2006. • Invited Presentation, President's Panel at the National Conference for Community & Justice - New Jersey (NCCJ-NJ) on Diversity Issues in Higher Education, Montclair State University, November 18, 2005.
Click on a publication with a link... Biography In The News • Publications • García, M., "Democracy, Diversity & Presidential Leadership." Liberal Education, Vol. 93, • No. 3 (Summer 2007), pp. 22-27. • Garcia, M. "Seeing Through the Eyes of Difference: The Strength of Women's Multicultural • Alliances." On Campus with Women, 36, No. 1 (Spring 2007). Association of American • Colleges and Universities. • Tierney, W., and García, M. , “The Dynamic Nature of Privatization in Postsecondary • Education,” in USC Urban Ed, Fall/Winter 2006-2007, pp. 20-22. • Publications • García, M., "Democracy, Diversity & Presidential Leadership." Liberal Education, Vol. 93, • No. 3 (Summer 2007), pp. 22-27. • Garcia, M. "Seeing Through the Eyes of Difference: The Strength of Women's Multicultural • Alliances." On Campus with Women, 36, No. 1 (Spring 2007). Association of American • Colleges and Universities. • Tierney, W., and García, M. , “The Dynamic Nature of Privatization in Postsecondary • Education,” in USC Urban Ed, Fall/Winter 2006-2007, pp. 20-22.
PrintE-mailSaveExport View: Citation PDF Full Text (232K) Title: Authors: Source: Document Type: Subject Terms: Geographic Terms: NAICS Industry Codes: Abstract: Democracy, Diversity and Presidential Leadership Garcia, Mildred1 Liberal Education; Summer 2007, Vol. 93 Issue 3, p22-27, 6p, 4c Editorial *EDITORIALS *LEADERSHIP *DEMOCRACY *MULTICULTURALISM *SOCIAL justice UNITED States 519110 News Syndicates The author expresses her views on the democracy, diversity, and presidential leadership in the U.S. The author stated that from the beginning the U.S. has not lived up to the ideals of liberty, freedom and social justice. Being an educator, she says they have failed to teach about unity within diversity. According to …you’ll find a PDF of the article, to read or to print. …and you get a full citation in a CSUDH database In many cases…
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…to see larger images of cover art. • Publications • Williams, Gregory L., Approx 45 CSU+ CSU Archives Finding Aids published on the • Online Archive of California, Vol. 93, No. 3 (Summer 2007), pp. 22-27. • Williams, Gregory L (Photograph Editor), “San Diego : A Modern History,” by Andrea • Naverson, Carlsbad, CA : Heritage Media, 2004. • (Click on image to expand) Click on linked thumbnails of books…
…help to locate books in the University Library. • Books • The Sansei: Social Interaction and Ethnic Identification Among Third Generation • Japanese. R & E Research Associates, San Francisco, Calif., 1978 Linked book titles…
…the Directory will try to locate it elsewhere for possible interlibrary loan. If the book is not in our Library… • Publications: Books • SOCIAL IMPACTS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN ENGLAND, 1600-1900 (New York: Edwin • Mellen Press, 2000). • Donald G. McTavish and Herman J. Loether, SOCIAL RESEARCH:Achieved Design (New • York: Addison Wesley Longman, 1999). 2nd edition published as SOCIAL RESEARCH: An • Evolving Process (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, Longmans, Inc., 2002)
…take you to news articles about employees and achievements. • Selected Publications • Martin, Gus. Essentials of Terrorism: Concepts and Controversies. Thousand Oaks, CA: • Sage Publications, 2007. Information Special Information links…
Administration and Outstanding Professors at 1977 Commencement Links to the CSUDH Archives & Special Collections… • Awards • 1998 Teacher of the Year, Associated Students, Inc. CSUDH. • 1996 Outstanding Professor Award, Associated Students, Inc. CSUDH • 1990 Systemwide Outstanding Professor Award, 1989-1990, California State University • Board of Trustees. “For high achievement in teaching, scholarship, and public service. • 1980 Award of Merit, California Historical Society (with Nadine Hata) “in recognition of • your pioneer efforts to clarify the historic role of Japanese Americans in California • through your writing, teaching, and public service. • 1977 Lyle Gibson Distinguished Teaching Award, CSUDH. …capture images of historical events and special occasions
…lectures, speeches, or notable presentations. …showing compositions, musical or dramatic performances… Media clips can be included... • Recent Premieres and Performances of Compositions • February, 2003 Aubades, Diurnes, and Nocturnes , for guitar duet (2003). Elgart- 2004 • Yates duo. Chambermusic@ucla series, Schoenberg Hall, UCLA. Listen to a sound clip of • "Diurne no. 1" by clicking here. • May, 2003 Music for Water, Tree, Stone, digital soundscape (2003). Dance music for • choreographer Parijat Desai, Skirball Cultural Center's Sitework series, Los Angeles . • Reviewed in the Los Angeles Times
…help illustrate research, residencies, and major projects. • Photographs from Research Projects (see Presentations, below) • To see more photographs, Click on Links, Below • Richard Gordon, Visiting Scholar in Tokyo • Dr. Hayashi and School Officials • Friends at Buraku Center • School Principal Links to photographs… Nursery School Children in Japan
…can be shown in greater detail. Sample Artwork Artistic works… (Click on image to expand)
…with links to websites, galleries, and databases. Employees can personalize and expand on campus work… Selected Productions • View Rex Heuschkel's Theater Design Galleries (Click on photos to see Galleries)
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