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Grant Awards 2017

JAMES LUBBEN

Brandeis University/National Institutes of Health
“Boston Roybal Center”
$24,741
July 2017

Dr. Lubben was awarded $24,741 to work with Margie Lachman, the Co-Leader of Core A, in directing and coordinating the activities of the Boston Roybal Center. This includes establishing the Center vision, protocols, and public communications. It also includes hosting meetings of the Roybal Center's Executive committee and maintaining on-going communications with the other members of the committee. He assists in the establishment of the Center's advisory panels and communicates with advisory panel members on a regular and as-needed basis. As co-leader of Core A, he collaborates with the leaders of the Pilot Core B in establishing procedures for awarding the Center's pilot project grants in a manner consistent with the overall Center goals.

Thomas Crea

Catholic Relief Services
“FFE Final Evaluation”
$74,412
June 2017

Tiziana Dearing

FADICA
“Unleashing the Power of Catholic Social Innovation”
$38,239
June 2017

 

ERIKA SABBATH

Center for Disease Control and Prevention/Harvard School of Public Health
“Center for Work, Health and Wellbeing, Planning and Evaluation Core”
$9,277
January 2017

ERIKA SABBATH

Center for Disease Control and Prevention/Harvard School of Public Health
“Examining Pathways”
$13,174
January 2017

JACQUELYN JAMES

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation  
"Building a Multi-Disciplinary Research Network on the Study of Aging & Work"
$170,000 ($432,630)
January 2017

Jacquelyn James was awarded $170,000 in the second year of her grant to create a multi-disciplinary network for researchers from a variety of disciplines who are investigating the impact of the growing population of older adults on the workforce