Provost's 2015 Grant Recipient and Author Honorees
Chad Barber and Madeline Sattler – from Los Robles for a cutting-edge research symposium.
Jamie Bedics – from American Psychological Association for a moment-to-moment analysis of the therapeutic
process as a predictor of outcome during dialectical behavior therapy for the treatment
of borderline personality disorder.
Nathan Carlson – from the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute for the Thousand Oaks Math Teachers’
Jamshid Damooei, Chuck Maxey and Graduate Assistant Rusland Korchag – contract with the Ventura County Civic Alliance for the preparation of the “State
of the Region Report for Ventura County.”
Cary Dritz, Bob Fraisse, Nancy Myers and Barbara Wagner – from Newark Unified School District for the design of a professional learning platform
to support administrators and school leaders in their role as instructional facilitators
Matthew Fienup, Dan Hamilton and Bill Watkins – for “Impacts of Rising Energy Costs on the San Joaquin Valley’s Economy and on
San Joaquin Valley Industries.”
Sergio Galvez and Chris Opzeeland – from Edison International Corporate Contributions to expand the resources made
available to the Upward Bound Program participants and motivate their interest in
the fields of Math and Science.
Bill Gartner –for “Promoting a Culture of Entrepreneurship: Unleashing Enterprising Creativity
through Novel Pedagogy.”
Dan Hamilton –for “Ventura County’s Economic Update”; and for the “Oakland and Port Oakland Revenue
Tim Hengst – from the City of Thousand Oaks, the City of Westlake Village, and the Trimberger
Foundation for the Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival and the Kingsmen Shakespeare Educational
Nancy Myers – from the California Subject Matter Project for the California Reading and Literature
Mike Panesis – from the Verizon Foundation to support the Entrepreneur Speaker Series.
Ryan Sharma – from the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology to attend the
Mid-winter Scientific Conference.
Bill Watkins and Dan Hamilton –for “Ventura County’s Economy and Forecast”; and for the “Economic Impact Study
for the Ventura County Oil Industry.”
Colleen Windham-Hughes and Rahuldeep Gill – from the Interfaith Youth Core for the development of a course sequence in Interfaith
Studies at Cal Lutheran.
David Balch - Contested Ethnicities and Images: Studies in Acts and Art
Barbara Collins - The Twilight Years and Looking Back
Larkin Higgins - Comb—ing, Mine—ings
Michael Pearce - The Real Snake: The Proceedings of the Representational Art Conference 2012, Kitsch and Beauty: The Proceedings of the Representational Art Conference 2014, and Art in the Age of Emergence