May 13, 2002 Vol. VI, No. 15



Research and Sponsored Projects

Charles Hanson (Educational Psychology and Counseling) received $589,013 from the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services in support of a project titled "Community Family Preservation Network Program."

Merri Pearson (National Center on Deafness) received $270,197 from the U.S. Department of Education in continuing support of a project titled "Increasing Career Choices for Individuals Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing."

Richard Moore (Management) received $141,680 from the Employment Training Panel in support of a project titled "The Role of Structured On-Site Training in ETP."

Michael Summers (Biology) received $99,024 from the National Science Foundation in continuing support of a project titled "Routes and Regulation of Cyanobacterial Carbon Catabolism."

Ludim Seja de Manzano (Student Outreach and Recruitment Services) received $88,587 from the Los Angeles Unified School District in continuing support of a project titled "Project STEPS (Systemwide Training for Educational Postsecondary Success)."

Ryoichi Seki (Physics and Astronomy) received $75,000 from the U.S. Department of Energy in continuing support of a project titled "Theoretical Research in Intermediate Energy Nuclear Physics."

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

Allen Martin (Family Environmental Sciences), in conjunction with the UC Riverside Cooperative Extension, received $57,000 from Chase Manhattan to further develop a financial education newsletter for teens titled "Money Talks: Should I Be Listening?"

Philip Rusche (College of Education) received $50,000 from the Los Angeles Unified School District in support of a project titled "Teacher Pipeline and Recruitment."

Gary Chapman (Physics and Astronomy) received $49,406 from NASA in supplemental support of a project titled "Acquisition and Analysis of Precise Ground-Based Photometric Full-Disk Images for the Understanding of Space-Based Solar Total and Spectral Irradiance Observations."

Elena Marchisotto (Mathematics) received $48,165 from UC Berkeley in supplemental support of a project titled "High School Mathematics From an Advanced Standpoint."

Ludim Seja de Manzano (Student Outreach and Recruitment Services) received $38,000 from the Los Angeles Unified School District in continuing support of a project titled "Project STEPS (Systemwide Training for Educational Postsecondary Success)."

Charles Hanson (Educational Psychology and Counseling) and Patti Dengler (Valley Trauma Center) received $33,360 from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning in continuing support of a project titled "Valley Trauma Center/SART Victim Advocate Program."

Kathleen Marsaglia (Geological Sciences) received $31,810 from the Joint Oceanographic Institutions in support of a project titled "Web/CD Atlas of ODP Core Photographs."

Steven Oppenheimer (Biology) received $30,000 from the Joseph Drown Foundation for his "Cell Adhesion Research," the professor's tenth grant from the foundation totaling more than $300,000.

Larry Baresi (Biology) received $30,000 from the National Renewable Energy Library in support of a project titled "Characterizing Microbial Populations and Metabolic Signatures in Forest Soils."

Charles Hanson (Educational Psychology and Counseling) and Patti Dengler (Valley Trauma Center) received $25,000 from Catholic Healthcare West in support of a project titled "Bilingual Child Abuse Treatment Services (CATS) Advocate."

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

Earl Weiss (Accounting) received $24,531 from the Internal Revenue Service in continuing support of a project titled "Low Income Taxpayer Clinic."

Shannon Harp (Psychology) received $23,953 from Medtronic MiniMed in support of a project titled, "Comparative Usability of Wearable Infusion Pumps."

Maureen Rubin (Center for Community Service Learning) received $16,046 from the Los Angeles Unified School District in support of a project titled "CSUN Academic Mentor Program."

Larry Caretto (College of Engineering and Computer Science) received $16,000 from the Air Resources Board in continuing support of a project titled "Innovative Clean Air Technologies Program."

Jerome Seliger (Health Sciences) received $15,973 from the California State Library in support of a project titled "Health Care Options Symposium."

Sembiam Rengarajan (Electrical and Computer Engineering) received $10,539 from Rantec Microwave Systems in support of a project titled "Slot Antenna Study."

Barbara Polland (Child and Adolescent Development) received $8,530 from the Lily Academy of Japan in support of her Child Development Institute.


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