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Maki, Mitchell T.

Title: Vice Provost, Academic Affairs

Department: Division of Academic Affairs

Office: WH D-440
Phone Extension: x3307
Email Username: mmaki

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Special Events

  • Coordinator, Journey to Success - Pacific Islander How To Get To College Conference      Inaugural event of a series of California State University system wide outreach activities designed to improve the college going rate of Asian Pacific Islanders in the state of California.  Held at CSU Dominguez Hills and included CSU campuses from across the system.  Conference attracted approximately eight hundred individuals. June 4, 2011.
  • Co-coordinator, Pacific Islander College Day Conference, 2006-2010 Annual academic recruitment conference designed to inspire and inform Pacific Islander youth about attending college.  One day conference was held annually on the campus of California State University Dominguez Hills.  Conference attracted approximately five hundred youth each year.
  • Coordinator, "A Chance To Talk" hotline, 2001 Emergency hotline response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States.  Directed the interorganizational collaboration between the College of Health and Human Services and public television station KCET.  Hotline services were provided in conjunction with a special “Life and Times”  episode focused on the psychological and emotional reactions of children to the crisis.  This particular episode was nominated for an Emmy award.
  • Principal organizer, “Voices of Japanese American Redress Conference” 1997 Conference held at UCLA in September 1997.  Over sixty key individuals who were involved in the Japanese American redress movement participated in a working conference to discuss the key elements which led to the passage of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988.  Participants included current and former U.S. Representatives, state governors, scholars, and political activists.
  • Co-coordinator, "A Chance To Talk" hotline, 1992 Emergency hotline response to the 1992 Civil Unrest in Los Angeles.  Directed the interorganizational collaboration between the UCLA School of Social Welfare and public television station KCET.  Over two thousand phone calls were fielded over a ten day period.  Over three hundred mental health practitioners volunteered to serve on the hotline.

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