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Rodrick Hay, Ph.D.

Title: Dean, College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences; Professor, Earth Sciences, Geology & Geography

Department: College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences

Office: LIB 5734
Phone Extension: x2547
Email Username: rhay

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Grants and Contracts

  • 2005 Center for Urban Environmental Research, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Principle Investigator, $349,818
  • 2003 National Science Foundation, Environmental Change in Southern Africa :Migration, generation and land tenure in a Zambian Frontier, Consultant, $200,000
  • 2001 CSU Commission on the Extended University - Honeywell Challenger Learning Center E-Mission, Co-Principle Investigator, $100,000
  • 2001 CSUDH “Communiversity” Mini-Grant - Honeywell Challenger Learning Center E-Mission, Co-Principle Investigator, $8000
  • 2000 Technology Advancement Program Grant, Integrating GPS into CSU DominguezHills curriculum, Principle Investigator, $5000
  • 2000 CSU Minor Capital Outlay Grant – Earth Sciences Research Laboratory Renovation, Principle Investigator, $36,000
  • 1998 NASA Regional Earth Science Application Center , “Southern California Center for Managing Fire Hazards at the Urban-Wildlands Interface”, Co-Investigatorand Director - $1,600,000 over three years
  • 1997 National Science Foundation, “GIS Access”, Co-Investigator - $3,813,936 over two years
  • 1997 National Science Foundation, Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement Grant for undergraduate education, Co-Investigator - $71,272
  • 1996 U.S. Army/Dominguez Hills Corporation.; “Silurian Valley Expansion Project” Co-Investigator - $100,000 over five years
  • 1995 Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Institute, University of Arizona , “Applied Research”, Principal Investigator - $500
  • 1993 United States Agency for International Development (USAID), “Determining Range and Forest Burning in The Gambia ” Co-Investigator - $50,000
  • 1989 Hewlett Packard Foundation, The San Francisco Ballet Computer System andPatron Data Base Project, Director - $400,000

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