Grants

Grants

University Reports has been notified of the following grants by individual faculty members and the Office of Graduate Studies and Research. Grants are received from July 1 through September 30, 1995.


ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Alfredo Gonzalez (Dean, Undergraduate Studies), $343,888 for the Strengthening Institutions Program from the U.S. Department of Education.


SCHOOL OF ARTS AND LETTERS

Donald Hewitt (Director, Dance Kaleidoscope, Theatre Arts and Dance), $2,107 for Dance Kaleidoscope Festival from the California Arts Council.


SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Diane Fazzi (Special Education), $110,361 for Related Services Training Project and $62,293 for Low Incidence Training Project, from the U.S. Department of Education.

José Galván (Educational Foundations and Interdivisional Studies), $199,107 from U.S. Agency, for International Development for CSLA Institute for Egyptian Teachers of EFL.

Christina Kimm (Special Education), $70,283 for Transition from School to Work and Community Living: Asian-American Students with Disabilities and their Needs in Transition, from the U.S. Department of Education.

Diane Klein (Special Education), $98,554 for Graduate Training of Personnel to Serve Infants and Toddlers with Low Incidence Disabilities, from the U.S. Department of Education.

Ita Kreft (Educational Foundations and Interdivisional Studies), $41,195 for Tobacco Related Disease Research Program, from Pennsylvania State University.

Aja Lesh (Special Education), $87,500 for Family Prevention Program, from the Pomona Unified School District, and $230,854 for High Risk Infant Follow-Up, from the California Department of Health Services.

James Wiebe (Educational Foundations and Interdivisional Studies), $63,243 for the Teacher Enhancement Program, from Jet Propulsion Laboratory.


ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Linda Barragan (Center for Technology Education), $129,800 for the Technology Preparation/Work Based Learning Project, from the California State Department of Education.

Raj Ramchandani (Electrical Engineering), $50,000 for Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Design Rules for Power Electronics Building Block (PEBB), from the Office of Naval Research.

Milton Randle (Director, MEP), $88,320 for the Development of MESA Program, from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory; and, from UC Berkeley, $45,392 for the MESA Junior High School Program and $53,778 for the MESA Senior High School Program.


HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

J. Kim Miller (Nursing), $65,010 for Professional Nurse Traineeship, from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.


NATURAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Kenneth L. Anderson (Biology and Microbiology), $128,827 for the Los Angeles Collaborative for Teacher Excellence, from the National Science Foundation.

Joseph Bragin (Associate Dean, Natural and Social Sciences), $194,938 from the National Science Foundation, for the Alliances for Minority Participation-Summer Bridge Program.

Joseph Casanova (Chemistry and Biochemistry), $3,850 for Sweeping Change in Manageable Units: A Modular Approach for Chemistry Curriculum Reform, from the National Science Foundation.

Anthony Fratiello (Chemistry and Biochemistry), from the National Science Foundation: $66,540 for Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, $200,000 (Sept. 1995-Aug. 1998) for Research Improvement in Minority Institutions, $120,000 (Apr. 1992-Mar. 1995) and $120,000 (Apr. 1992-Mar. 1995) for Research Experiences for Undergraduates; $25,000 (Sept. 1995-Aug. 1998) from the American Chemical Society for Multinuclear NMR Study of Lanthanide Complexes; $221,000 (June 1992- June 1996) from the Sub-project in National Institutes of Health for the Minority Biomedical Research Support Program sub-project, Metal-Ion Complexation.

John Gamon (Biology and Microbiology), $21,400 from Environmental Protection Agency, for the Culturally Diverse Minority Education Assistance Training Cooperative Agreement.

John Kirchner (Geography and Urban Analysis), $19,178 for Navigation Studies - Messalonskee Stream and River, from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Genaro Lopez (Biology and Microbiology), $166,296 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, for Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP).

Ali Modarres (Geography and Urban Analysis), $12,000 from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, for CAN for Public Use of Earth and Space Science Data Over the Internet.

James Rosser (President) and Scott Grover (Chemistry and Biochemistry), $65,267 from the National Institutes of Health, for a Plan to Improve Biomedical Research Infrastructure.

Wayne Tikkanen (Chemistry and Biochemistry), $29,999 for Sweeping Change in Manageable Units: A Modular Approach for Chemistry Curriculum Reform, from the National Science Foundation.


STUDENT AFFAIRS

Beatriz Encinas (Talent Search), $272,773 from the U.S. Department of Education, for a Federal Talent Search Program.

David Godoy (Assistant Vice President, Educational Equity, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs), $16,200 for the Summer Bridge Program from the State of California.

Maria Godoy (Upward Bound), $303,315 for the Upward Bound Program from the U.S. Department of Education.