May 14, 2001 Vol. V, No. 16

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Sue Wasserman (Elementary Education) received $533,063 from the Los Angeles Unified School District as supplemental support of a project titled "Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Program, 99-00."

Behzad Bavarian (Civil & Manufacturing Engineering), Ruqian Wu and Nicholas Kioussis (Physics & Astronomy) received $399,148 from NASA as supplemental support of a project titled "Failure Analysis, Prevention, and Reliability Modeling for Sub-Micron Electronics Technology."

Carol Shubin (Mathematics) and Edward Carroll (Science & Mathematics) received $298,512 from NASA in continuing support of a project titled "Analyzing Data Sets."

Roger DiJulio (Civil & Manufacturing Engineering) and Gillian Massey (MESA/MSP) received $290,826 from the Regents of the University of California in continuing support of a project titled "MESA/MSP Schools Program 2000-01."

Charles Hanson and Patti Dengler (Educational Psychology & Counseling) received $150,000 from the California Department of Social Services in support of project titled "Valley Trauma Center-Northeast San Fernando Valley Project."

Nicholas Kioussis (Physics & Astronomy) received $126,500 from the National Science Foundation in support of a project titled "RUI: Theoretical Studies of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems."

Carol Koprowski (Family Environmental Sciences) and Sarah Hall (Special Education) received $125,205 from the Regents of the University of California in support of a project titled "Physical Activity and Diet in Adolescents with Disabilities."

Steven Fitzgerald (Computer Science) received $123,402 from the University of Southern California in continuing support of a project titled "Support for the MDS Distributed Infrastructure."

Ludim Seja de Manzano (Student Outreach Services) received $122,310 from LAUSD in continuing support of a project titled "Project STEPS (Systemwide Training for Educational Postsecondary Success)."

Nikki Maxwell (Student Affairs) received $83,921 from AmeriCorps in continuing support of a project titled "AmeriCorps Service Learning for Family Health."

Michael Summers (Biology) received $109,054 from the National Science Foundation in support of a project titled "Routes and Regulation of Cyanobacterial Carbon Catabolism."

Nicholas Kioussis (Physics & Astronomy) received $100,000 from the U.S. Army in support of a project titled "Massively Parallel Platform for Computational Materials Theory Center."

Ruqian Wu (Physics & Astronomy) received $82,868 from the Office of Naval Research in continuing support of a project titled "Magnetism and Magnetostriction in Transition Metal Bulks, Alloys, Thin Films and Compounds."

Barbara Hawkins (Elementary Education) and John Dye (Mathematics) received $82,569 from LAUSD in continuing support of a project titled "Comprehensive Teacher Education Institute (CTEI)."

Ruqian Wu (Physics & Astronomy) received $76,500 from the Department of Energy in continuing support of a project titled "First Principles Investigations and Simulations for Catalytic Properties of Bimetallic and Metal/ Oxide Surfaces."

Ryoichi Seki (Physics & Astronomy) received $76,000 from the Department of Energy in continuing support of a project titled "Theoretical Research in Intermediate-Energy Nuclear Physics."

Gillian Massey (MESA) received $75,397 from NASA in continuing support of a project titled "NASA Explorers."

Nicholas Kioussis (Physics & Astronomy) received $75,999 from the U.S. Army in continuing support of a project titled "Electronic Structure and Mechanical Properties of Metals and Intermetallics."

Rene Engel (KCSN) received $75,208 from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in continuing support of a project titled "Radio Community Service Grant 2001."

Ann Bisno (Special Education) received $73,955 from the North Los Angeles County Regional Center in continuing support of a project titled "The Family Focus Resource Center."

Carol Shubin (Mathematics) received $73,815 from the National Science Foundation in support of a project titled "SGER: Completion of Thomas Wolff's Recent Works."

Charles Hanson and Patti Dengler (Educational Psychology & Counseling) received $59,625 from Catholic Healthcare West in support of a project titled "Case Management Contract."

Gillian Massey (Engineering & Computer Science) received $57,600 from the U.S. Department of Education/Project GRAD L.A. in support of a project titled "GEAR UP GRAD for MESA."

Alyce Blackmon (Family Environmental Sciences) received $52,693 from the state Department of Health Services in continuing support of a project titled "Vitality Across the Lifespan (VAL)."

Merri Pearson (National Center on Deafness) received $47,619 from the U.S. Department of Education as supplemental support of a project titled "Preparing Postsecondary Professionals (P3)."

Philip Rusche (Education) received $45,104 from the Council of the Great City Schools in support of a project titled "Urban Education Service Corps-Los Angeles."

Arlinda Eaton (Education), Nancy Burstein and Sue Sears (Special Education) and Christine Smith (Secondary Education) received $45,000 from LAUSD in support of a project titled "CSUN-LAUSD Pre-Intern Teaching Program Contract."

Jim Dole (Biology) received $37,040 from Caltrans in support of a project titled "The Gymnosperm Forest: An Urban Forest at CSUN."

Nicholas Kioussis (Physics & Astronomy) received $40,000 from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in continuing support of a project titled "Electronic Structure and Optical Properties of Defects in KDP."

John Adams (Electrical & Computer Engineering) received $32,000 from Raytheon in support of a project titled "Radar System Signal Processing Algorithms."

Herman DeBose (Sociology) received $26,250 from the Los Angeles County Probation Department as supplemental support of a project titled "CSUN Youth Services Specialist (YSS) Program."

Nicholas Kioussis (Physics and Astronomy) received $25,000 from the U.S. Army Research Office in support of a project titled "Second International Workshop on Electron Correlations and Materials Properties."

Nikki Maxwell (Student Affairs) received $23,111 from AmeriCorps in support of a project titled "AmeriCorps Service Learning for Family Health."

Warren Furumoto (Academic Preparedness) received $20,000 from the University of California in support of a project titled "GEAR UP."

Ramin Roosta (Electrical & Computer Engineering) received $16,586 from Litton Guidance & Control Systems in support of a project titled "Litton VHDL Course."


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