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Faculty Award Recipients

By recognizing the achievements of our distinguished faculty in areas of professional acheivement, service, and teaching, we celebrate the climate of excellence that we create together.


2015-2016 Faculty Leadership and Service Award

D Baron

Dr. Dirk Baron is the recipient of CSUB’s 2015-2016 Faculty Leadership and Service Award. Dr. Baron made service to the community a priority and established an outstanding record in this area. Most significant are his outreach efforts to improve science education at K-12 schools and recruit students into science majors. He was instrumental in creating “dual-credit” geology classes at local high schools.


 2015-16 Faculty Scholarship and Creative Activity Award

H BIDGOLI

Dr. Hossein Bidgoli, has been selected as CSUB’s 2015-2016 recipient of the Faculty Scholarship and Creative Activity Award. Professor Bidgoli has an ongoing and impressive record of cutting edge scholarship in all aspects of Management Information Systems (MIS). During his tenure at CSUB he has authored more than 164 publications and served as the editor-in-chief of five Encyclopedia and Handbook series.


2014-2015 Faculty Leadership and Service Award

Carlisle

Dr. Carlisle has been a leader in the areas of online teaching, distance education, and graduate studies. His contributions in leadership and service to the university, students, and community through his passionate efforts to make higher education more accessible make him well deserving of the 2014-15 Faculty Leadership and Service Award.


2014-15 Faculty Scholarship and Creative Activity Award

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Dr. Jianjun Wang is the recipient of CSUB’s 2014-15 Faculty Scholarship and Creative Activity Award. During his 21 years of tenure at CSUB, Dr. Wang published over 60 nationally-refereed research reports and journal articles.  His research grants received funding from various federal and state agencies, including National Science Foundation, National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, Carnegie Foundation, California Department of Education, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)’s Secondary Analysis Program, and American Educational Research Association.