The work of CSUN faculty and staff members is recognized in a variety of ways, including:
- Funding from outside organizations to support unique programs and cutting-edge research facilitated on campus.
- Publications of books or articles.
- Professional awards.
- Presentations at conferences.
- Appointments and elections to governing boards.
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Below is a list of the individuals whose work was recognized in January 2023.
Research and Sponsored Projects
Michael Eller (Chemistry & Biochemistry) received $115,200 from Intel Corporation in support of a project entitled “Nano-Scale Molecular Analysis of Materials for Intel” and $83,500 from the Semiconductor Research Corporation in support of a project entitled “Nano-Projectile SIMS for Evaluating Molecular Homogeneity in Ultra-Small Domains.”
Kim Goldberg-Roth (Strength United) received $25,000 from the Northeast Valley Health Corporation in support of a project entitled “ACE’s PRACTICE Grant,” $90,000 from the California Office of Emergency Services in support of a project entitled “Sexual Assault Response Team (XS) Program,” and $92,000 from Los Angeles County in support of a project entitled “County Victim Services (XC) Program.”
Daniel Katz (Mathematics) received $397,371 from the National Science Foundation in support of a project entitled “CIF: Small: RUI: Highly Nonlinear and Uncorrelated Structures for Communications and Sensing.”
Jonathan Kelber (Biology) received $326,250 from the National Institutes of Health in support of a project entitled “Spatiotemporal Mechanisms of EIF5A1/2-Mediated Metastasis in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer.”
Wonjun Lee (Computer Science) received $44,000 from Sandia National Laboratories in support of a project entitled “Telemetry Analytics to Secure Container-Based Cloud Computing.”
Cindy Malone, Gilberto Flores (Biology) and Gabriela Chavira (Psychology) received $2,777,700 from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine in support of a project entitled “CSUN CIRM COMPASS Training Program (N-COMPASS).”
Rasoul Narimani (Electrical and Computer Engineering) received $149,178 from the National Science Foundation in support of a project entitled “CRII: CPS: Leveraging Convex Relaxation Techniques to Improve Power System Surveillance.”
Jennifer Wolfe (Secondary Education) received $39,090 from the Regents of the University of California in support of a project entitled “California Subject Matter Project Grant for the Cal State Northridge Writing Project.”
Li Ye (Chemistry and Biochemistry) received $165,933 from the National Science Foundation in support of a project entitled “An Investigation of Synergistic Effects of Discipline-based Growth Mindset and Effective Learning Strategies Interventions in Gateway Chemistry Courses.”