Stimulating Research

The university garners $3.75 million in federal stimulus funding in 2009, including $424,540 last quarter for cancer prevention, volcano research and the Minority Access to Research Careers program.

Promoting Prevention

Sora Park Tanjasiri, professor of health science and director of the university’s Center for Cancer Disparities Research, continues cancer prevention project for Tongan Americans.

Volcano Warning System

Brandon Browne, assistant professor of geological sciences, will be returning to Alaska's Mt. St. Augustine volcano as part of a $7 million U.S. Geological Survey effort to improve the early warning system for volcanic eruptions on U.S. soil.

MARC Scholars

Underrepresented students prepare for biomedical careers through Cal State Fullerton's Minority Access to Research Careers program.

Investing in Higher Education

Federal Stimulus funds from June through August last year totaled $3.3 million for the CSUF’s Teachers Assisting Students to Excel in Learning Mathematics and Teaching as a Primary Profession in Biology and Biochemistry programs and other projects.