Latest Achievements

Updates about the latest publications and other achievements by our faculty, staff and students

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Week of: Jun 13, 2021

Faculty May Patiño, Anthropology

Anthropology instructor May Patiño is among 25 faculty and staff from Hispanic-Serving Institutions who were named USDA 2021 E. Kika De La Garza Fellows. This summer fellowship program offers experiences in policymaking and research through direct interaction with every USDA agency.

Week of: May 16, 2021

Faculty Armeda C. Reitzel, Communication

The CSU Chancellor’s Office has invited Armeda Reitzel to serve as a facilitator for its Advanced Quality Learning and Teaching (QLT) course for CSU faculty during the summer of 2021.

Faculty Geneviève Marchand, Kinesiology & Recreation Administration

Dr. Geneviève Marchand, Kinesiology and Recreation Administration, published a paper “Social Class Considerations in Outdoor Leadership Education” as part of the journal New Directions for Student Leadership special issue Leadership through the Lens of Social Class.
https://doi.org/10.1002/yd.20425

Faculty Jasper Oshun & Margaret Lang, Geology

Dr.’s Oshun (Geology), Lang (ERE), and Keating (geophysics, Rutgers University -Newark) won a $266,034, 3-year award from NSF’s International Research Experiences for Students program to engage a diverse set of students from two HSI’s in water resources development in the Andes of Perú. Students from HSU, RUN and Peruvian universities will participate in an interdisciplinary curriculum, which includes a preparatory semester of virtual learning, 5-weeks of field work in Perú and faculty guided independent research. The project will blend western scientific, Indigenous, and nature-based approaches of water resources management to inform best practices of sustainable water development.

Week of: May 09, 2021

Faculty Sara J Hart, Religious Studies

Sara Jaye Hart (Religious Studies) has been accepted to the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Summer Institute for Faculty, on Teaching Peace in the 21st Century.

Student Viri Macias, Ana Sammel, Emma Villegas, Bori Mazzag, Kamila Larripa, Mathematics

Viri Macias, Ana Sammel and Emma Villegas presented their mathematical work at the CSU PUMP Symposium. Viri presented a model for calcium signaling and Ana and Emma presented a model for COVID-19 and immune cell interactions. The projects were mentored by Bori Mazzag and Kamila Larripa.

Faculty Kamila Larripa, Mathematics

Kamila Larripa was selected to conduct research at the American Institute of Mathematics in June. She and collaborators will build stochastic models for immune cell dynamics.

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