Benefits Undergraduates

Human Rights Investigations Lab

Fund was granted to support an initiative on training students to conduct real-world open source investigations of human rights, disinformation, and hate speech.

Accessible Design Learning

Funds were used to support the continuation of the Accessible Design Learning program. The program offers low-income and underrepresented minority students access to free art classes.

LinkedIn Learning: Online video tutorials

Lynda.com offers educational online videos on web, business, design and etc. STF provided fundings to continue Lynda.com subscription for all graduate and undergraduate students.

Universal Tester to Validate Student Innovations

Funds were used to purchase a new universal-testing machine to exclusively support student projects, teams and independent research.

Physics' Solidworks Training and Product Fabrication Module

Funds were provided to purchase software licenses, computers, and the CNC milling machine.

Creative Lab Maintenance and Upgrades

STF provided funding for repairs and equipment upgrades to the Creative Lab, which offers cutting-edge services and workshops for community.

EOP STEM Community Space

Funding was provided to procure technology for the EOP STEM Community Space that are accessible to over 1000 undergraduates.

Technology for Active Learning Classroom

This grant aided the transformation of a classroom into an Active Learning Classroom (ALC) in the School of Social Welfare.

Cal Hacks 5.0 and 6.0

Cal Hacks is the largest hackathon in the country. Each year, 2000 hackers are invited for a weekend innovation, building, and learning. STF provided funds to ensure the successful operations of the event.

DSP Assistive Technology Laptop Acquisition

Funds were provided to DSP to acquire additional laptops and software to support students who, for disability-related reasons, require the use of a computer for taking their exams.