Campus Receives Nearly $3.8 Million in Grants,…


Cal State Fullerton school and workers have been awarded near $3.8 million in funding through the interval January to March 2021. Supported tasks discover such subjects as immigration standing and crime, vaping amongst younger adults in Orange County and cultivating numerous trainer leaders in California. 

Stephanie Vaughn, professor emeritus of nursing and mission director of EMBRACE: $494,061 from Well being Assets and Companies Administration for the “EMBRACE: Enrichment Markers of Better Relationships, Academics and Cultural Enhancement” mission

Associated: EMBRACE Promotes Cultural Sensitivity, Workforce Range in Nursing

Lidia Nuño, assistant professor of prison justice: $462,165 from the U.S. Division of Justice for the mission titled “Assessing the Relationship Between Immigration Status, Crime, Gang Affiliation and Victimization”

Lilivao Tautolo, director of the scholar help providers program: $348,002 from the U.S. Division of Schooling for the “Student Support Services” mission

Gina Passante, affiliate professor of physics: $347,901 from the Nationwide Science Basis for the mission titled “Connecting S Pins-First Quantum Mechanics Instruction to Quantum Information Science”

Doina Bein, affiliate professor of pc science: $323,807 from Northeastern College for the “Center for Inclusive Computing” mission

Associated: $650,000 Grant to Entice, Retain and Graduate Ladies in Laptop Science

Joshua Smith, professor of physics: $295,759 in complete

  • $159,934 from the Nationwide Science Basis for the mission titled “Acquisition of a Cryogenic Testbed for Advancing Gravitational-Wave Observation Technology”
  • $135,825 from the College of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for the mission titled “Data Handling and Analysis Infrastructure for Gravitational-Wave Astronomy”

Associated: Reward Fuels Gravitational-Wave Analysis

Michael Groves, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry: $201,154 in complete

  • $185,149 from the Nationwide Science Basis for the “Understanding the Electrochemical Properties of Physical Hole Defects on Functionalized B/C 2D Materials for the 2E- Reduction of O2 to H2O2” mission 
  • $16,005 from the American Chemical Society for “Calculating Reaction Barriers for Benzene Hydroxylation to Phenol Using Graphene-Based Catalysts” 

Joshua Yang, professor of public well being: $167,552 in complete

  • $140,669 from the College of California San Diego for the mission titled “Digital Mixed Methods to Identify and Characterize Vaping Illness in Young Adults in California”
  • $26,883 from the Regent of the College of California, Irvine for the mission titled “VAMOS: Vaping Among Multicultural Orange County Students”

Michele Wooden, chair and professor of public well being: $149,999 in complete 

  • $99,999 from the U.S. Division of the Inside, U.S. Geological Survey for the mission titled “Testing the Effects of Increased Message Specificity for Earthquake Early Warning: Collaborative Research with CSU Fullerton and University at Albany”
  • $50,000 from The Analysis Basis for SUNY, College at Albany for the mission titled “Public Response to the 2019 Searles Valley Earthquake Sequence and Shake Alert”

David Pagni, professor of arithmetic: $121,515 in complete funding

  • $83,515 from the Regents of College of California, San Diego for the mission titled “CSU/UC Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project”
  • $38,000 from the Regents of the College of California, Los Angeles for the “California Mathematics Project at CSU Fullerton”

Alison Dover, affiliate professor of secondary training: $120,929 from the Spencer Basis for the mission titled “Language, Equity and Action Research With Newcomer Students”

Associated: Grant Helps Newcomer Program to Give Immigrant Teenage College students a Voice

Brittany Eghaneyan, assistant professor of social work: $99,942 from Thoughts OC for the mission titled “Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service Provision in Orange County, California: Developing a Comprehensive Portrait”

María Soledad Ramírez, affiliate professor of organic science: $106,500 from the Nationwide Institutes of Well being for the mission titled “Identifying Host Human Products Responsible for Natural Transformation of Resistance Traits in Acinetobacter Baumannii”

Associated: Researchers Shed Gentle on Superbug Hospital Infections

Deborah Diep, director of the Heart for Demographic Analysis: $75,000 from the County of Orange for the “Redistricting Support Services” mission

Yu Bai, assistant professor of pc engineering: $70,000 from the U.S. Military Analysis Workplace for the “Edge-Based Machine Intelligence Architecture for In-Situ Video Processing Using Binarized Neutral Networks” mission 

Associated: On a Mission to Develop Clever Unmanned Robots for the Navy

H. Jochen Schenk, professor of organic science: $65,202 from the Nationwide Science Basis for the mission “Research in Undergraduate Institutions: Apoplastic Lipids in Xylem of Vascular Plants: Composition, Locations, Origins and Possible Functions”

Associated: Research Solves Thriller of What Limits Vegetation to Pull Water From Dry Soil

Melanie Horn Mallers, professor of human providers: $60,000 from the North Orange County Public Security Activity Drive for the “Fullerton Resilient Families” mission

Associated: Titan Researchers Intention to Construct Resilience in Native Households

Christina Kim, affiliate director of extension and worldwide packages: $55,445 in complete funding

  • $45,445 from the California Division of Meals and Agriculture for the “California Pavillion at the Tokyo International Gift Show, Step Year Nine” mission
  • $10,000 from the Stanley Smith Horticultural Belief for the “Ornamental Horticulture Recovery During Pandemic Closure” mission

Laura Gil-Trejo, director of the Social Science Analysis Heart: $54,750 from the American Civil Liberties Union Basis of Southern California for the mission titled “Post Release Survey I and II” 

Yinfei Kong, affiliate professor of knowledge techniques and determination sciences: $55,386 from the Nationwide Institutes of Well being for the mission titled “From Workforce Diversity to Key Cultural Competency Strategies to end Racial Disparities in Opioid Treatment Outcomes in the Nation”

Associated: Titan Knowledge Scientist to Research Gender Variations in Opioid Remedy

Danielle Zacherl, professor of organic science: $33,304 from the Honda Marine Science Basis for the “Upper Newport Bay Living Shorelines” mission

Sheryl Fontaine, dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences: $33,000 from the College of California Workplace of the President for the “California Global Education Project at CSU Fullerton”

Aimee Nelson, director of the Heart for Careers in Educating: $26,000 from the Fullerton Secondary Lecturers Group for the mission titled “Cultivating Teacher Leaders: A Progressive Approach to Growing and Diversifying the Teaching Profession in California”

John Bock, professor of anthropology: $15,397 from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State College for the “CNH2-L: Human Waste and its Role in Creating Integrated Socio-Environmental Systems at the Urban-Wilderness Continuum in Africa; Humans, Wildlife, Domestic Animals and Microbes” mission 

Dorothy Woolum, professor emeritus of physics: $10,000 from the California Institute of Expertise: Nationwide Aeronautics and House Administration for the mission titled “Genesis Samples: Analysis and Technical Enabling”

Ying Du, affiliate professor of communications: $5,000 from the Affiliation for Schooling in Journalism and Mass Communication for the mission titled “Algorithmic Audience in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: Tailored Communication, Information Cocoons and New Literacy”

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