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Provost's Message - October 21, 2020

October 21st, 2020

Message From Provost Jersky

 

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News

 

Academic Affairs News

 

Grants and Gifts

Loretta Enriquez. Educational Talent Search. Ed Equi Serv Stud Sup Admin. SA. US Department of Education. $646,839. (September 2016 - August 2021).
 
Loretta Enriquez. Educational Talent Search - South Bay. Ed Equi Serv Stud Sup Admin. SA. US Department of Education. $287,361. (September 2016 - August 2021).
 
Richard Marcus. California Global Education Project at CSU Long Beach. International Studies Program. CLA. UCOP Office of the President. $43,875. (March 2020 - February 2022). 
 
Nancy Meyer-Adams. DMH Mental Health Intern Training Program FY 2020-21. Social Work. CHHS. LAC Department of Mental Health. $100,000. (July 2016 - June 2021). 
 
Lorin Johnson. CSULB ArtsBridge. College of the Arts. COTA. The Downey Foundation $3,429. (August 2020 - December 2020). 
 
Fangyuan Tian. Porous inorganic Framework Thin Film as Drug-Eluting Stent Coating Chemistry & Biochemistry. CNSM. NIH-NIGMS. $110,625. (September 2020 - August 2021). 
 
Curglin Robertson. Trio Upward Bound I. Student Support Administration. SA. US Department of Education. $22,281. (June 2017 - May 2022). 
 
Shailesh Chandra. Evaluating financing mechanisms and economic benefits to fund grade separation projects. Civil Engineering & Construction Engineering Management. COE. San Jose State University Research Foundation. $10,000. (September 2019 - January 2021). 
 
Aili Malm. Contra Costa Holistic Intervention Partnership (HIP) Evaluation. Criminal Justice. CHHS. Contra Costa Public Defender's Office. $16,267. (July 2020 - September 2020).
 
Perla Ayala. Engineering Biomimetic Tissues for Muscle Repair. Biomedical Engineering. COE. NIH-NIGMS. $147,500. (September 2020 - August 2021). 
 
Rafael Topete. TRIO-Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program. Ed Equi Serv Stud Sup Admin. SA. US Department of Education. $8,857. (October 2020 - September 2021).
 
Ehsan Barjasteh. An Active Learning-based Educational Program for Hispanic STEM Students through Industry-University Partnership. Chemical Engineering. COE. NSF. $26,735. (June 2020 - May 2025). 
 
Bita Ghafoori. Trauma focused services: A School based approach. Advanced Studies in Educ & Counseling. CED. Long Beach Unified School District. $70,000. (July 2020 - June 2021).
 
Selena Nguyen Rodriguez. Culturally appropriate interventions to increase CRC screening in South Asian Populations. Health Science. CHHS. CSU East Bay Foundation Inc, via NIH. $4,500. (November 2020 - May 2021).
 
Stephen Mezyk. EAGER: CAS-NP: Laboratory Radiation Chemistry Methods to Induce Rapid Aging Microplastics in Water to Assess Fundamental Chemical Reactivity Changes Chemistry & Biochemistry. CNSM. The Lutheran University Association Valparaiso University via NSF. $140,807. (September 2020 - August 2022). 
 
 

Other News and Announcements

 

In Memoriam

Vahe Kludjian, a lecturer in Civil Engineering and Construction Engineering Management since 2005, has passed away. He was known for his love of teaching and will be greatly missed.

Leslie K. Wynston, a retired professor of chemistry and a member of the Legacy Society, has passed away. He was instrumental in developing the B.S degree in Biochemistry, and greatly loved his students.

 

The next Provost’s Message will be Wednesday, November 18. Items for the upcoming message should be submitted by Friday, November 13 to aa-communication@csulb.edu. All submissions must include a hyperlink with a title.