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Maki, Mitchell T.

Title: Vice Provost, Academic Affairs

Department: Division of Academic Affairs

Office: WH D-440
Phone Extension: x3307
Email Username: mmaki

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Grants Awarded, Contracts, and Fund Raising

  • 2010-2011 Contract with Mental Health Association of Los Angeles, “JumpStart Program” funded by the Los Angeles County of Mental Health, $30,802 to the CSUDH College of Professional Studies.  
  • 2009-2010  Contract with Mental Health Association of Los Angeles, “JumpStart Program” funded by the Los Angeles County of Mental Health, $56,280 to the CSUDH College of Professional Studies.  
  •  2008-2009  Contract with Mental Health Association of Los Angeles, “JumpStart Program” funded by the Los Angeles County of Mental Health, $70,476 to the CSUDH College of Health and Human Services.  
  • 2007-2008  Contract with Mental Health Association of Los Angeles, “JumpStart Program” funded by the Los Angeles County of Mental Health, $115,652 to the CSUDH College of Health and Human Services.  
  • 2007–present   Inter-University Consortium Grant. Approximately $450,000 per year to the CSUDH Department of Social Work.  
  • 2006–present   California Social Work Education Consortium Grant. Approximately $600,000 per year to the CSUDH Department of Social Work.  
  • 2004-present    Principal Fund Raiser for the Japanese American National Museum’s “Bid for Education.”  To date over $800,000 has been raised.  
  •  1997  Civil Liberties Public Education Fund.  Awarded federal grant (1997) to hold a research conference to study the historical factors that contributed to the passage of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988. Amount $50,000.

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