Outstanding Student Scholarly and Creative Activities Award

Application deadline: Closed  

The Outstanding Student Scholarly and Creative Activities Award recognizes excellence in student participation in research or creative activities. The award is presented to one undergraduate and one graduate student per college working collaboratively with a faculty member or independently on a research project or creative activity. All current CSUF students are eligible and must be nominated by their faculty mentor. Faculty may nominate students outside of their college; however, student nominees will be considered within those students’ colleges (not the faculty’s college). To nominate more than one student, please submit separate applications. 

Award Presentation
Student Creative Activities and Research Day

  • Wednesday, April 12, 2017, 1-1:30 p.m.
  • Titan Student Union (TSU) Pavilion B


Nomination Instructions
Faculty must complete the Student Award application.

  1. Submit application(s) to: scar@fullerton.edu (Subject line: Student’s last name SCAR Award Nomination 2017)
  2. Deadline: 5 p.m., Monday, March 6


Questions?
Please contact Student Creative Activities and Research (SCAR) Fellow Dr. Nathalie Carrick
(Dr. Terri Patchen is currently on sabbatical, spring 2017) 

 


 

Recipients of the 2016 Outstanding Student Scholarly and Creative Activity Awards

College of the Arts
Claudia Marquez, Art, undergraduate
Faculty mentor: Joanna Roche, professor of art
Caleb Havertape, Art, graduate
Faculty mentor: Cliff Cramp, professor of art

College of Communications
Jasmine Rodriguez, Communications - Public Relations, undergraduate
Faculty mentor: Lettycia Terrones, senior assistant librarian of technical services
Chelsea Shore, Human Communications, graduate
Faculty mentor: Jon Bruschke, professor of human communication studies

College of Engineering and Computer Science
Yulianna Carillo, Civil and Environmental Engineering, undergraduate
Faculty mentors: Beena Ajmera, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering; Binod Tiwari, professor of civil and environmental engineering
Hussein Al-barazanchi, Computer Science, graduate
Faculty mentors: Ahbishek Verma, assistant professor of computer science; Shawn X. Wang, professor of computer science

College of Education
Julia Walker, Educational Leadership, graduate
Faculty mentor: Dawn Person, professor of educational leadership

College of Health and Human Development
Alyssa Bailey, Child and Adolescent Studies, undergraduate
Faculty mentors: Jason Baker, assistant professor of child and adolescent studies; Rachel Fenning, assistant professor of child and adolescent studies
Jose Arevalo, Kinesiology, graduate
Faculty mentor: Andrew Galpin, assistant professor of kinesiology

College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Clayton Finn, African American Studies, undergraduate
Faculty mentors: Tyler D. Parry, assistant professor of African American studies; Siobhan Brooks, assistant professor of African American studies; Natalie Graham, assistant professor of African American studies
Erika Grimm, Philosophy, undergraduate
Faculty mentor: Emily Lee, associate professor of philosophy
Julie Kircher, Psychology, graduate
Faculty mentors: Barbara Cherry, professor of psychology; Jennifer Piazza, assistant professor of health science

Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
Alex Burciaga, Accounting, undergraduate
Faculty mentor: Rommel Salvador, assistant professor of management
Travis Ames, Economics, graduate
Faculty mentor: Rokhon Bhuiyan, associate professor of economics

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Kyle Hess, Biological Science, undergraduate
Faculty mentor: Nikolas Nikolaidis, associate professor of biological sciences
Kevin Chiem, Biological Science, graduate
Faculty mentor: Marcelo E. Tolmasky, professor of biological science