October 22, 2001 Vol. VI, No. 5

Research and Sponsored Projects

Larry Caretto (Engineering & Computer Science) received $272,800 from the National Science Foundation in continuing support of a project titled "CSUN Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics Scholarship (CSEMS) Program."

Arlinda Eaton (College of Education) and Naomi Bishop (Liberal Studies) received $200,000 from the U.S. Department of Education as supplemental support of a project titled "Title II: Teacher Quality Enhancement Grants, Partnership Grants."

Herman DeBose (Sociology) received $175,000 from the Los Angeles County Probation Department in continuing support of a project titled "CSUN Youth Services Specialist (YSS) Program."

Benedict Yaspelkis (Department of Kinesiology) received $142,100 from the National Institutes of Health, in support of a project titled "Leptin Treatment and Skeletal Muscle Insulin Resistance."

Alberto Candel (Mathematics) received $34,709 from the National Science Foundation in support of a project titled "Laminations: Geometry, Harmonic Analysis and Ergodic Theory."

Nikki Maxwell (Career Center) and Vicki Ebin (Health Sciences) received $31,829 from the CSU Trustees, in support of a project titled "CSUN/LAUSD Health Fair and Garden Project."

Jane Bayes (Political Science) received $24,846 from the University of Texas at Dallas, in continuing support of a project titled "North American Mobility Program."

Barbara Rhodes (Pan-African Studies) received $17,274 from the CSU Trustees in support of a project titled "Educating Youth to Empower Communities."

Warren Furumoto (Academic Preparedness) received $16,900 from the CSU Trustees in support of a project titled "Gardens for Peace."

Edward Carroll (Science & Mathematics), Steven Oppenheimer (Biology) and Gerry Simila (Geological Sciences) received $16,756 from the UC Regents as supplemental support of a project titled "San Fernando Valley Science Project."

Jaime Kim (Computer Science) received $15,412 from the UC Regents in support of a project titled "Research in New Networking Architecture."

Nicholas Kioussis (Physics & Astronomy) received $15,000 from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in continuing support of a project titled "Electronic Structure and Optical Properties of Defects in KDP."

Alberto Candel (Mathematics) received $13,205 from Caltech in support of a project titled "Laminations: Geometry, Harmonic Analysis and Ergodic Theory."

Gary Chapman (Physics & Astronomy) received $11,970 from NASA in continuing support of a project titled "A Proposal to Compare Ground-Based Photometric Images with Irradiance Data from SOHO."

Ludim Seja de Manzano (Outreach & Recruitment) received $11,370 from LAUSD in support of a project titled "Saturday Algebra Institute."

Charles Hanson and Patti Dengler (Educational Psychology & Counseling) received $10,300 from KYDS in continuing support of a project titled "KYDS Collaborative Project."

Vicky Ebin (Health Sciences) received $10,000 from Ventura County Public Health in support of a project titled "Chronic Disease Prevention Program."

Charles Hanson (Educational Psychology) received $10,000 from Kaiser Permanente in support of a project titled "Valley Trauma Center-Kaiser."

Duane Doty (Physics & Astronomy) received $10,000 from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in continuing support of a project titled "NSCAT/Seawinds Project."

Gerry Simila (Geological Sciences) received $9,963 from the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies in continuing support of a project titled "The Earth System Science Education Alliance (ESSEA) On-line Professional Development Program at CSUN."

Maureen Rubin (Community Service Learning) received $9,000 from LAUSD in support of a project titled "Taft Cluster Academic Mentoring Program Services."

Gagik Melikyan (Chemistry) received $7,734 from NATO in support of a project titled "Biologically Relevant Transition Metal Complexes: Design, Assembling and Biotesting."

Jim Dole and graduate student Gary Busteed (Biology) received $7,500 from the Southwest Parks and Monuments Association in support of a project titled "Effects of Urbanization and Habitat Fragmentation on Herpetofauna of the Santa Monica Mountains."

Paul Wilson (Biology) received $7,500 from the Southwest Parks and Monuments Association in support of a project titled "Crayfish Dispersal Mechanisms in Santa Monica Mountain Streams."

Laurence Caretto (Engineering & Computer Science) and Karla Johnson Majedi (Engineering & Computer Science) received $7,159 from the University of California in continuing support of a project titled "MESA Engineering-Caltrans Recruiting."


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