Applied Psychology Steinhardt Faculty Challenge Grant Winners

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Applied Psychology Steinhardt Faculty Challenge Grant Winners

2015 Steinhardt Project/Process/Program Evaluations Grant (PEG) 

Provides up to $15,000 in direct costs for one year to support research that will improve the quality, design, implementation, improvement or outcomes of a program or process run by a community-based organization, local municipality, health care provider, nonprofit organization, school or other community-based entity.

*Elise Cappella and Michael Kieffer

Project Title: Outcome Evaluation of Cooperative Learning in Afterschool: Enhancing Social and Language Development for Ethnic and Language Minority Youth. (View Abstract)

*Adina Schick

Project Title: Promoting Parental Engagement and Self-Efficacy: Evaluating a Dual-Generation Approach to Supporting Preschoolers’ School Readiness. (View Abstract

2015 Steinhardt Community Collaborative Award

Provides up to $15,000 in direct costs for one year and supports collaboration between researchers at Steinhardt and community-based organizations, health care providers, nonprofit organizations, schools or other community-based entities.

*Shabnam Javdani

Project Title: A Research-Practitioner Collaboration to Promote Mental Health for Incarcerated Youth (View Abstract

2015 Steinhardt IDEAs (Innovative, Developmental, Exploratory) Award

Provides up to $5,000 in total costs for pilot or small-scale formative studies that show clear promise to yield significant knowledge or that have potential for well-defined future research.

*Alisha Ali

Project Title: Integrating Cognitive Processing and Communalized Narrative in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress among Military Veterans (View Abstract

2015 Steinhardt Faculty Summer Grant Development Award

The goal of the program is to support faculty in the development and writing of a research grant proposal, which will be submitted to external funding sources in the next academic year.

*Rezarta Bilali