Category Archives: Grants & Contracts

Description: Awarded external or campus funding announced by GRASP or FTLC, Faculty, schools, and/or departments involved in the acquisition or use of the funding are specified in the announcement when appropriate.

CSUB’s “Camp to Campus” documentary premiered Feb. 5th; available for free screenings

Camp to CampusThe “Camp to Campus” documentary premiered at CSUB on February 5, 2013, in the Dore Theatre. The 90-minute film focuses on first-generation college graduates who come from a migrant labor background.

The “Camp to Campus ” project is funded by a $10,000 grant from Cal Humanities’ Community Stories Fund, along with $15,000 in matching funds from CSUB. In the spring of 2012, a diverse group of more than 50 people responded to an initial survey. They shared their experiences of growing up as the children of migrant laborers-some living in labor camps, and some working in the fields themselves- making the journey to college, and succeeding there.

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Kern Medical Center, “Kern Medical Center Management Education Needs Assessment Project.” 2008. R. Steven Daniels, Thomas Martinez, BJ Moore, Jinping Sun, Chandrasekhar Commuri, Principal Investigators (Public Service Institute), $3,000.

CSUB BPA2

The Public Service Institute (PSI) at California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) contracted with the Kern Medical Center (KMC) to conduct a Management Education Needs Assessment Project. The CSUB PSI will serve as a facilitator and partner to help KMC develop a management education program that best meets the needs of the Medical Center as determined by its management and staff. Reports (PSI 09-001, 09-002, 09-005) issued 01/24/2009, 05/12/2009, 09/15/2009.

CSUB Honors Program Program Review Project, Public Service Institute, Pro Bono

R. Steven Daniels

R. Steven Daniels

During the  CSUB Hawk Honors Program  five-year program review, the Public Service Institute (PSI) at California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) agreed to conduct the indirect assessment components of this review. The indirect assessment consists of two segments: a survey of current participants in the Hawk Honors Program and a focus group of 10 to 15 Hawk Honors students designed to explore some of the issues raised in the survey in more depth. The survey report examines the results of the survey, makes recommendations about the Honors program, and suggests questions for the more detailed analysis in the focus group. The focus group report examines the results of the focus group and makes recommendations about the Honors program. Reports (PSI 09-006, 09-007)