Eli Haug, son of Dr. Christopher Haug, and President Chris Domes give a thumbs-up to the university’s Child Development Center (CDC) at its 50th anniversary celebration in September.
A state-licensed child-care facility, the CDC houses an educational program for children aged 3 to 5. Director John Sperduto estimates that, during its five decades, the CDC has served more than 1,200 children. Although the current building was not opened until 1973, CDC services began in 1971, the year when the university (then Our Lady of Angels College) initiated a bachelor’s degree program for adult women.
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