The Richard Fehn Memorial Scholarship was created to help meet the cost of education for CSUSB biology students who have demonstrated a commitment to biological research and to pay tribute to Fehn and his work.
Tomasz Owerkowicz (biology) was interviewed for an article about whether other animals get heart attacks, Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote the third installment of his four-part series, “Is Life a Solo Journey,” David Yaghoubian (history) discussed the Arab-Israeli “normalization” process, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented in an article on how white supremacists use social justice language to promote their bigotry.
Tomasz Owerkowicz (biology) was part of a research team that found that alligators have built-in antiarrhythmic protection when under stress, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about the problem police have with trying to weed out extremists from their ranks.
CSUSB biology graduate who studied alligators and sharks named recipient of the Professor Richard Fehn Memorial Scholarship.
Janelle Doyle, who has a 3.8 GPA and who will graduate this June, was honored as the Fehn scholarship recipient at an award ceremony on April 6.
Janelle Doyle, alumna and recipient of the Richard Fehn Memorial Scholarship, defined her future through valuable biological research while at CSUSB, leading her to become a neuroscience Ph.D. graduate student at Stanford University.