Andreoli Faculty Service Award
Dr. A. Andreoli
Important Dates and Information
2015 Nomination Due Date: To Be Announced September, 2014
Award Announcement: At Annual CSU Biotechnology Symposium, January, 2015
Award Amount: $1,000
The Andreoli faculty Service Award honors a California State University (CSU) faculty member who has made outstanding contributions to the development of biotechnology programs in the CSU system.
This award is made in honor of Dr. A. Andreoli (CSU, Los Angeles) who had high expectations for everyone, especially students and colleagues. He was totally committed to his students and to the idea that the CSU has a special role to play in higher education by providing opportunities to a large population of non-traditional students who otherwise would have fewer options for advancement. Because he felt fortunate that life had provided him with many opportunities, Dr. Andreoli believed that it was his responsibility to do everything he could in order to provide similar opportunities for others.
Eligibility and Requirements
Tenured or tenure-track CSU faculty, employed in the system for a minimum of 5 years, are eligible for this award. A CSU faculty colleague must make the nomination.
Nominees and members of their nominating committee should plan to attend the annual CSU Biotechnology Symposium, January, 2015.
Submit nominations using the form and instructions available on Submission Information page.
For questions regarding nomination forms and submission process, please contact CSUPERB at (619) 594-2822 or by email.
Several Andreoli Award (AA) winners, along with Mrs. Fran Andreoli, attended the 25th Annual CSU Biotechnology Symposium in Anaheim, California, offering a historic photo opportunity. Front Row, left to right: Jill Adler-Moore (Cal Poly Pomona, AA 1994), Sandra Sharp (CSU Los Angeles, AA 2005), Mrs. Fran Andreoli (Andreoli Family Representative), James Richey (CSU Sacramento, AA 2013), Katherine Kantardjieff (CSU San Marcos, AA 2009), Shirley Kovacs (CSU Fresno, AA 2002). Back Row, left to right: Howard Xu (CSU Los Angeles, AA 2011), Frank Bayliss (San Francisco State University, AA 2003), Marvin Rosenberg (CSU Fullerton, AA 1993), Robert Koch (CSU Fullerton, AA 2010), William Tong (San Diego State University, AA 2012), Alejandro Calderon-Urrea (CSU Fresno, AA 2008).