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Vol 57 No. 17 : October, 2005
Vol 57 No. 17 | Oct. 3, 2005

Awards and Grants

University Art Museum
Secures Three Grants

Ilee Kaplan, associate director of the University Art Museum, received three grants this summer to support the UAM’s educational programs. The Institute of Museum and Library Services granted $134,102, combined with $10,000 from the Dwight Stuart Youth Foundation, to support the school programs Eye to Eye/Ear to Ear Teen Docent Program and EnvisionArt, while the California Community Foundation awarded $38,061 to update and enhance the UAM’s Web site.

DENSO Foundation Awards
$75K Grant to Engineering

The DENSO North America Foundation (DNAF) has awarded the College of Engineering at CSULB a three-year, $75,000 grant to establish a non-destructive testing laboratory and to support the Society of Automotive Engineers’ (SAE) student Mini-Baja and Formula team cars. The lab will give students hands-on experience in quality control by learning procedures and using equipment to identify defects in manufactured parts without destroying their functionality.

CSULB Receives $500K 
Keck Foundation Grant 

A Center for Education in Proteomic Analysis (CEPA) – the first of its type in The California State University system – is being established at CSULB with a $500,000 grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation.

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