External Grants

  • James Hayward (Biology) received a grant from the National Science Foundation for collaborative research with Montana State University.

  • Shandelle Henson (Mathematics) and James Hayward (Biology) received a grant from the National Science Foundation for a project entitled, "Socially-Induced Ovulation Synchrony in Colonial Seabirds: Mathematical Models and Field Data." About

  • Jimmy Kijai (Graduate Psychology & Counseling) received a grant from the Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities.

  • Øystein LaBianca (Behavioral Sciences) received a grant from the Center for Advanced Study of the Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Humanities for a project entitled, "Local Dynamics of Globalization." About
  • Øystein LaBianca (Behavioral Sciences) received a grant from the American Schools of Oriental Research for a project entitled, "ASOR in Global History." About
  • Øystein LaBianca (Behavioral Sciences) received a grant from Unifob Global for a project entitled, "Global Moments in the Levant." About

  • Duane McBride (Behavioral Sciences), Curtis VanderWaal (Social Work) and Desrene Vernon (Communication) received a grant from the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

  • Desmond Murray (Chemistry) received a grant from the National Science Foundation.

  • Peter Pribis (Public Health & Wellness) received a grant from the California Walnut Commission for a project entitled, "Effects of Walnuts Consumption on Cognitive Performance in College-age Population."  About

  • Peter Pribis (Public Health & Wellness) received a grant from White Wave Food for a project entitled, "Is consumption of certain foods associated with puberty and health of teens? A cross sectional study (Teen FADStudy)." About

  • Rhonda Root (Visual Art & Design) received a grant from the National Endowment for Humanities.

  • David Sedlacek (Discipleship & Religious Education) and Duane McBride (Behavioral Sciences) received a grant from the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists for a project entitled "Seminary Training, Role Demands, Family Stressors and Strategies for Alleviation of Stressors in Pastors’ Families." About

  • Tiffany Summerscales (Physics) received a grant from the National Science Foundation.

  • Curtis VanderWaal (Social Work) and Alina Baltazar (Behavioral Sciences) received a grant from the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Office of Archives, Statistics and Research.

 

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