Research Component

Led by Mitchell Eisen, Ph.D., Director, Forensic Psychology, this component is responsible for encouraging and assisting faculty (and their students) with the complexities of research approvals in both agencies. Dr. Eisen initially coordinated activities and resources for “Court Scholars” who were attending CSULA after emancipating from the child welfare system. The CSULA Equal Opportunity Program (EOP) has now taken over that function. They actively support students with information, specific guidance and ongoing recognition of their accomplishments.