Kinesiology Professor Named 2015 Simms/Mann Faculty Fellow
Alison Ventura, a professor in the Kinesiology Department, has been selected as a 2015 Simms/Mann Faculty Fellow.
The fellowship, sponsored by the Simms/Mann Institute for Education and Community Development, provides professional development to faculty from the California State University and California Community Colleges in the fields of early childhood education, psychology and nursing, among others.
Ventura, one of 13 recipients this year, was introduced at the institute’s think tank session in Beverley Hills, Calif., on Nov. 3.
The selected faculty members spend one year completing projects that translate neuroscience research into practical applications and integrate the latest research into their classrooms.