Each month, California State University, Northridge faculty and staff receive funding from outside organizations to support unique programs and cutting-edge research facilitated on campus. Below are a list of the individuals who received awards in April 2018.
Jonathan Martinez (Department of Psychology) received $200,000 from the County of Santa Barbara in support of a project entitled “Training SCRP Sites in Implementing and Assessing Evidence-Based, Culturally-Responsive Strategies for Engaging Ethnic Minority Families in Mental Health Services.”
Nola Kennedy (Department of Environmental and Occupational Health) received $106,992 from the National Institutes of Health in support of a project entitled “Student-to-Scientist Bridge Program in Environmental Health Science (S2S Bridge).”
Virginia Oberholzer Vandergon (Department of Biology), Norman Herr (Department of Secondary Education), Brian Foley (Department of Secondary Education) and Matthew d’Alessio (Department of Geological Sciences) received $4,011 from the UC Regents as supplemental support of a project entitled “San Fernando Valley Science Project CSMP.”
Mechelle Best and Joong-Won Lee (Department of Recreation and Tourism Management) received $63,450 from the Lily Academy of Japan in support of a project entitled “Recreation Institute for the Lily Academy of Japan.”
Alyssa Arentoft (Department of Psychology) received $145,000 from the National Institutes of Health in support of a project entitled “Predicting risk behavior in HIV+ individuals: examining a neurocognitive model.”