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Fresh Funds: CSULB Faculty, Administrators Receive Grants and Contracts

The following faculty members and administrators were awarded more than $3 million in new external grants and contracts in March and April.

Academic Affairs

  • Juan Benitez (Center for Community Engagement), $64,677 for the El Monte Community Building Initiative from the California Community Foundation/The Advancement Project 

College of the Arts

  • Ilee Kaplan (University Art Museum), $9,000 for Multicultural Undergraduate Summer Internship Program from The Getty Foundation

College of Education

  • Leslie Reese (Center for Language Minority Education and Research), $19,600 for Academic Cesar Chavez Program Evaluation from Academia Cesar Chavez

College of Engineering

  • Emmitt Clark (MESA Engineering Program), $11,500 for the MESA Engineering Program and $3,125 for MESA - NSF Scholarship Grant from the University of California Office of the President MESA Statewide Office
  • Forouzan Golshani (College of Engineering), $35,000 for RFID-Enabled Monitoring, Location,Safeguard, and Access Control from Johnson Control, Inc.
  • Hamid Hefazi (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering), $178,862 for Technology Development and Deployment for C-17 and $26,763 for Mechanical Testing and Autoclave Cures (BR & T Testing) from Boeing
  • Linda Tiggs-Taylor (College of Engineering), $11,949 for LBUSD Gear-Up 2009 – 2010 from the Long Beach Unified School District

College of Health and Human Services

  • Natalie Cheffer (Nursing), $289,440 for Advance Practice Nursing - Pediatric Mobile Clinic from the California Department of Health and Human Services
  • Yolanda Green (Social Work), $49,422 for Family Connections Program Evaluation from Aspiranet, Inc.
  • Julie O’Donnell (Social Work), $20,000 for YMCA of Greater Long Beach Program Evaluation 2010 from the YMCA of Greater Long Beach
  • Britt Rios-Ellis (NCLR/CSULB’s The Center for Latino Community, Health, Evaluation and Leadership Training), $158,400 for Technical and Logistical Support for the Office of AIDS Research from Social and Scientific Systems, Inc.

College of Liberal Arts

  • Chi-Ah Chun (Psychology), $186,569 for NIMH Career Opportunities in Research (COR) Training Program from the Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Mental Health
  • Carl Lipo (Anthropology), $310,092 for The Development of a Low-Cost and High-Throughput Dating System for Prehistoric Ceramics from the National Science Foundation
  • Lise Sedrez (History), $50,400 for National Waters, Public Space: State and Environment in Guanabara Bay, Brazil 1904-2004 from the National Endowment for the Humanities

College Natural Sciences and Mathematics

  • Larry Allen (Ocean Studies), $23,142 for Spawning Aggregation of Barred Sand Bass from USC Sea Grant via National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • Judy Brusslan (Biological Sciences), $144,500 for Histone Modifications Associated with Senescence in Arabidopsis from the Department of Health and Human Services’ National Institutes of Health National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • Robert Francis (Geological Sciences), $28,989 for Characterization of Pliocene and Miocene Formations in the Wilmington Graben, Offshore Los Angeles from Terralog Technologies USA via U.S. Dept of Energy
  • Kay Lee-Fruman (Biological Sciences), $108,375 for The role of S6 kinases in the ATM/ATR signaling pathway from the Department of Health and Human Services’ National Institutes of Health National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • Eric Haas-Stapleton (Biological Sciences), $108,375 for Bioactive lipids in food and pharmaceutical products from the Department of Health and Human Services’ National Institutes of Health National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • Gregory Holk (Geological Sciences), $37,539 for Acquisition of a Laser Fluorination System for Oxygen Isotopes at IIRMES, CSULB from the National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Patrick Kenealy (Physics and Astronomy), $8,315 for SURF CNST at NIST – Gaithersburg from the Department of Commerce – NIST
  • Lijuan Li (Chemistry and Biochemistry), $108,375 for Non-Heme Iron-Nitrosyl Complexes: Their Structures and Nitric Oxide Release Kinet from the Department of Health and Human Services’ National Institutes of Health National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • Krzysztof Slowinski (Chemistry and Biochemistry), $108,375 for Biosensing in Electrochemically Controlled Nano-junctions from the Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  • William Straits (Science Education), $315,459 for Improving Teacher Quality - Year 2 from the CA Postsecondary Education Commission
  • Dessie Underwood (Biological Sciences), $265,500 for Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Project (SWAMP) from San Jose State University Research Foundation
  • Susan Zwiep (Science Education), $299,609 for Improving Teacher Quality from California Postsecondary Education Commission

College of Continuing and Professional Education

  • Thomas O’Brien (Center for International Trade and Transportation), $50,019 for SCAGS Goods Movement Implementation Plan from the Southern California Association of Governments

University Relations and Development

  • Jeanette Schelin (Japanese Garden), $34,509 for North American Japanese Garden Initiative from The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership

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