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New Awards 2017

School of Social Work Research


Theresa Betancourt

National Institute of Mental Health

“Intergenerational Impact of War: A Prospective Longitudinal Study.”

$395,706

November 2017


Theresa Betancourt

United States Agency for International Development

“Sugira Muryango.”

$744,990

November 2017


Jessica Shaw

Department of Justice

“Evaluation of a cross-system cooperative response to adolescent sexual assault victims.”

$313,558

November 2017


Gautam Yadama

NIH/Fogarty International Center

“Understanding household, network, and organizational drivers of adoption, sustained use, and maintenance of clean cooking fuels in rural India.”

$214,210

October 2017


Theresa Betancourt

Wellspring

“Family-Based Intimate Partner Violence Prevention in Rwanda.”

$500,000

September 2017


scott Easton

McKinstry

“Alcohol and Substance Abuse among Men: Exploring How Childhood Environment and Early Trauma Impact Adult Usage.”

$15,000

August 2017


Westy EGMONT

Vilcek Foundation

Immigrant Integration Lab.

$10,000

August 2017


James Lubben

NIH-NIA/Brandeis University

“Boston Roybal Center.”

$24,4741

August 2017


Stephanie Berzin and Tiziana Dearing

Seigel Family

Center on Social Innovation.

$250,000

May 2017


Tiziana Dearing

FADICA

"Unleashing the Power of Catholic Social Innovation."

$38,239

May 2017


Tay McNamara

AARP

"Quality of Employment White Paper."

$60,000

April 2017


Jessica Shaw

Boston College, Research Incentive Grant

"Learning from Communities.”

$15,000

Feburary 2017

Susan Tohn

Boston College, Teaching, Advising and Mentoring Expense Grant

"Learning from Communities.”

$1,350

Feburary 2017


Summer Hawkins

American Cancer Society

"Impact of the Affordable Care Act on the prevention and early detection of Women’s Cancers."

$717,000

January 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"

$232,629 ($432,630)

Jacquelyn James was awarded $232,629 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.

January 2017