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The 2007 Faculty Awards honorees celebrate excellence in teaching, service and research;
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Nancy Cheever: Communications Professor Researches Mixed Martial Arts Phenomenon

Nancy Cheever, assistant professor of communications, has embarked on seminal research on the rising popularity ofmixed martial arts and its viewers.

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Helen Chun: Researcher Hopes to Find Link to Repairing DNA

Helen Chun, assistant professor of biology, has received an Academic Research Enhancement Award grant from the National Institutes of Health, for her research titled, “ATM Regulation via PP2A and Ceramide.” The grant provides funding for small-scale, health-related research projects. This is the first such award given to a CSU Dominguez Hills faculty member.


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Photo above: The 2007 Faculty Awards honorees are (L-R): H. Leonardo Martinez, professor of chemistry, Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Award; Catherine Jacobs, lecturer,
Interdisciplinary Studies/PACE, Excellence in Service Award; and Noel Sturm, chair and associate professor, Chemistry Department, Lyle E. Gibson Dominguez Hills Distinguished Teacher Award.

Click here for a photo gallery of these honorees and faculty who have served 5 to 35 years on the CSUDH campus. All photos by GK

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