29th Annual Alumni Grants Program
Over $1 million have been distributed through this program since its founding in 1991!
The Alumni Grants Program was created to enhance our academic departments and non-academic programs, enrich the student experience and have a lasting impact to the university.
The recipients are selected by committees composed of alumni.
2019 ALUMNI GRANTS RECIPIENTS
A total of over $56,400 will be awarded to 11 recipients:
- Center for Criminal Justice Research and Training: Ductless Down-flow work stations to filter fingerprint powder. Ron Mark. $7,499.
- Center for Education in Proteomics Analysis: Laboratory scale chromatography system. Yuanyu (Kent) Lee. $7,500.
- Community Clinic: Bug in the Ear technology for training. Denise Ceballos & Kristin Powers. $7,008.
- Educational Opportunity Program: Tutoring and textbook resource library materials. Alexandria Cordon. $4,495.
- Film and Electronic Arts: Basic Virtual Reality filming equipment. Bonnie Blackburn. $1,900.
- Institute for Integrated Research in Materials, Environment and Society (IRMES): pH/Conductivity meter. Varenka Lorenzi. $1,093.
- Legal Information Clinic: Legal resources and materials. Allison E. Butler. $1,315.
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering: Portable heavy duty roll cart with storage and optical table top surface for mobile experiments lab. Daniel Whisler. $7,489.
- School of Nursing: Airway management trainer and chest drain simulator. Natalie Cheffer and Cathy Deckers. $5,705.
- Theatre Arts: Sound lab upgrade for Players Theatre. Chris Anthony. $4,900.
- University Library: Digitizing 40 years of Daily 49er campus newspaper. Carol Perruso and Chloe Pascual. $7,500.
We appreciate the continuing generous sponsorship of SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union toward this program.