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Terrence P. McGlynn, Ph.D.

Title: Assistant Professor of Biology

Department: Biology

Office: NSM A-139
Phone Extension: x1077
Email Username: tmcglynn

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Extramural Grants and Awards

  • PI, “Curriculum Partnership Award for the Integration of Research into Undergraduate Education at CSU Dominguez Hills,”National Aeronautic and Space Administration, $449,000, pending.
  • Co-PI, Noyce Master Teacher Fellowship Initiative at California State University DominguezHills,” National Science Foundation, $2,998,669, pending.
  • PI, June 2009- May 2012, “International Research Experiences for Students: Tropical EcologyMentorship Program of Southern California,” National Science Foundation, OISE –0854259, $150,677.
  • PI, 2008, “Tropical field ecology research experiences for two K-12 teachers in the Los AngelesArea” Supplement to OISE-0749047, $19,800
  • PI, 2005-2009, “International Research Experiences for Students: Tropical Ecology MentorshipProgram of Southern California,” National Science Foundation Grant No. OISE-0526551,$49,354; OISE-0749047, $34,138. (transfer of award 0526551)
  • Co-PI, 2005-2009 “Complex interactions among water, nutrients and carbon stocks and fluxesacross a natural fertility gradient in tropical rain forest,” National Science Foundation Grant No.EAR-0421178, $101,979 to TPM
  • PI, 2007-2008, “International Research Experiences for Students: Tropical Ecology Mentorship Program of Southern California ,” National Science Foundation Grant No. OISE-0749047, $34,138. (transfer of award 0526551)
  • PI, 2007-2008, “Edaphic and climatic determinants of ant biodiversity across western Australia ” National Geographic Society, $18,532.
  • PI, 2004-2005, “Planning Visit to Australia : Collaborative study of detritus-based food webs.” National Science Foundation Grant No. OISE-0427481 $4,101.
  • Co-PI, 2002-2004, AAAS/Merck collaborative biology and chemistry undergraduate research program, $10,000
  • Environmental Institute of Houston , Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1999-2000, $28,000
  • Donald and Beverly Stone Graduate Fellowship, 1997, $2,000
  • Smithsonian Institution Short Term Visit Award, 1996, $450
  • National Science Foundation Summer Institute in Japan , 1996, $8,000
  • Andrew Mellon Foundation Research Exploration Award, 1996, $2,000
  • Organization for Tropical Studies Research Grant, 1995, $270

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