DAVID CHENOT AWARDED $3,177,237 FROM HRSA TO HELP DIVERSIFY HEALTH PROFESSIONS
David Chenot, chair and associate professor of social work, was awarded $3,177,237 from the Health Resources and Services Administration for “Allied Health Academy Health Careers Opportunity Program (AHA HCOP).” The five-year project, co-directed with Laurie Roades, dean of the College of Health and Human Development, aims to diversify the allied and other health professions for students from disadvantaged backgrounds in north Orange County through collaborations with CSUF partners: Cypress College; Anaheim Unified High School District; Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance, a community-based mental health and social service organization; and multiple accredited allied health profession degree programs at CSUF, Western University of Health Sciences, CSU Los Angeles, CSU Long Beach, and University of California, Irvine.
How NSF REVIEWERS EVALUATE YOUR PROPOSALS
Ever wonder how your peers at the National Science Foundation review your proposals? In its orientation video, “ The Art and Science of Reviewing Proposals ,” the NSF provides tips to its reviewers for writing high-quality reviews.
For Principal Investigators, the video gives insights to better understanding the review process.
NSF AWARDS SUDARSHAN KURWADKAR $1,496,967 TO SUPPORT STEM EDUCATION
The National Science Foundation has awarded $1,496,967 to Sudarshan Karwadkar, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering for his project, “Building Capacity: Advancing Student Success in Undergraduate Engineering and Computer Science.” Aimed at increasing the retention and graduation rates of primarily Hispanic and other underrepresented students majoring in engineering and computer science, the multidisciplinary effort also aspires to reduce the high repeat rate in lower-division gateway courses for engineering and computer science students, and to lower the achievement gap.
NINA ROBSON RECEIVES NSF EARLY CAREER AWARD
Nina Robson, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, was recently awarded the National Science Foundation’s $500,000 Early CAREER award for her work in developing novel robotics technologies to assist people with neurological disorders, such as strokes and spinal cord injuries. She also received a second grant for $50,000 from the NSF for her I-Corps: The Augmented Reality Wearable Device (ARWED) for Upper-Limb Rehabilitation project.
Research News Archive
- Chris Liu Awarded NSF Grant for Regional HSI STEM Conference
- Pamela Madsen Receives NEA Grant for Multimedia Piece
- Barbar Doyer Awarded $124,513 from State to Enhance Nursing Training
- Kinesiology Faculty Awarded Far West Athletic Trainers Association Grants
- Biologist Receives $417,300 Award from NIH
- 2017 CSU Research Competition: CSUF Winners
- NSF Awards $2.8M Grant to Professors Ellis, Yopp-Edwards and Bonsangue
- Catherine Brennan Awarded NIH SCORE Grant
- NSF Awards Zair Ibragimov Grant for Students to Study Abroad
- Mathematics Professional Society Awards Grant to David Pagni
- Geoffrey Lovelace Receives “Early CAREER” Award
- Matthew Kirby Awarded NSF Grant to Study California’s Precipitation History