Provost's 2016 Grant Recipient and Author Honorees
Matthew Fienup – from Morgan Family Foundation for his work to develop water markets in Ventura
Matthew Fienup, Dan Hamilton and Bill Watkins – from Southern California Association of Governments for “Ventura County’s Economy
and Forecast Report.”
Greg Freeland – from The American International University in London for a summer faculty fellowship
and a presentation of his work on music and politics in the Caribbean region.
Sergio Galvez – from Edison International for STEM activities within Upward Bound.
Sergio Galvez, Chris Opzeeland and Kristine Calara – from Verizon Foundation for STEM education.
Rahuldeep Gill – from the Inter Faith Youth Core for the development of a course.
Dan Hamilton – from the Ojai Sanitation District for the “Ventura County Economic Update.”
Tim Hengst – from the City of Thousand Oaks, the City of Westlake Village and Conejo Valley
Unified School District for the Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival and the Kingsmen Shakespeare
Elena Jaloma – from the U.S. Department of Education to support our most financially needy students.
Kapp Johnson – for professional development.
Louise Kelly and Pat Holmberg – from the NCAA in partnership with the Army for a study on concussions.
David Marcey, Michele LeBlanc, Theresa Rogers, Dennis Revie, Kristine Calara and Chad
Barber – from William Keck Foundation for science instruments and technology.
Michael “Mac” McCambridge and Kristine Calara – from Amgen for the Next Generation Science Standards Circles.
Chris Opzeeland – from American Honda Foundation.
Sam Thomas – from the City of Thousand Oaks for the Sustainable Edible Education program.
Dan Tillapaugh – from the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the Association
of College Personnel Administrators to disseminate his research on men who have survived
sexual violence in college.
Bill Watkins – from Ventura County Transportation Commission for an evaluation of the Ventura
County sales tax.
Barbara Collins (honored posthumously) - Key to Coastal & Chaparral Flower Plants of Southern California, fourth edition
Bill Gartner - Entrepreneurship as Organizing: Selected Work of William Gartner
Bruce Gillies - The 21st Century Career Search System
Steve Hawkins - The History of Emporia State University Track and Field and The History of Emporia State Cross Country
Simon Joseph - Jesus and the Temple: The Crucifixion in its Jewish Context
Beverly Kelley - The Second Oldest Cold Case in Port Cabrillo
Walter Stewart - Death on Demand
Kyle Johnson – “What Child Is This?” (music composition)
Jarvis Streeter (honored posthumously) - God and the History of the Universe
Trudy Arriaga - Opening Doors: An Implementation Template for Cultural Proficiency