Broussard earns $150k NSF grant

 

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Posted Sept. 14, 2007

Sher Porter
News Editor

The University of La Verne department of biology department this year received a National Science Foundation Course, Curriculum, and Lab Improvement Grant to improve the education tools in the science department.

Associate Professor of Biology Christine Broussard submitted the proposal to the foundation. She wrote most of the proposal herself with help from biology department faculty and staff members.

The NSF grant is worth about $150,000 over the next three years.
Most of the money has all ready been spent on new laboratory equipment, Broussard said.

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