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Awards

  • Fulbright Scholarship, 2006

  • Sabbatical Leave Award, 2004, 1998 and 1992

  • Excellence in Teaching Award, 2002

  • Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award

Grants

  • Ganesan Nanda, A Study of the Design and Technology Related Factors for Improving the Production of Multimedia Instructional Modules, Sabbatical Leave Report, Submitted to the Provost and VP of Academic Affairs, CSLA, 2005.

  • Ganesan Nanda, Conducting IT Short Courses and Multimedia Research, Fulbright Proposal, 2004.

  • Ganesan Nanda, A Study of the Design and Technology Related Factors for Improving the Production of Multimedia Instructional Modules, Sabbatical Leave Proposal, Submitted to the College of Business and Economics, CSLA, 2004.

  • Ganesan Nanda and Rosenthal Paul, Multi-media Courseware Development for CIS 294 Introduction to Computer Systems. This grant funded the development of CD-ROM based instructional material for the Office suite of applications, 1995-1999.

  • Ganesan Nanda, Windows NT Integration in the Graduate Networking Course. This software grant funded by Microsoft enabled the successful introduction of Windows NT Server 3.51 in the curriculum of CIS 560 Microcomputer Networks in Fall 1995.

  • Tomaske John, Ochoa Eduardo, Pastor Manuel and Ganesan Nanda, Development of an Electronic Communication System for the Los Angeles Economic Development Council.  Funded by the Los Angeles Economic Development Council. The initial work on the design and development of a web site was carried out in this project, 1994-96.

  • Ganesan Nanda, CIS Learning Resources: Phase III Lab Development Proposal. Submitted for university funds through the deanís office. Funding resulted in the upgrading of the CIS Laboratory to newer computers, 1994.

  • Ganesan Nanda, CIS Learning Resources: Phase II Development Proposal. Submitted for lottery funds through the deanís office. Funding resulted in the creation of the Electronic classroom for CIS department, 1993.

  • Ganesan Nanda, CIS Lab Development Proposal Phase I. Submitted to the Center for Information Resource Management (CIRM) through the deanís office. The proposal was funded resulting in the significant development of the CIS computer laboratory, 1992.

  • Ganesan Nanda and Smith Joeleo, Using Microsoft Software in CIS Courses. This proposal resulted in a cash and software grant from Microsoft in 1991/1992.


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