Skip to main content
Boston College School of Social Work
""

Grant Awards 2009

Judi Casey

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
“Business Planning Resources”
$30,000
November 24, 2009

Judi Casey received an Officers grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to support the development of a business plan for the Sloan Network on Work and Family Research.

Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes and Christina Costa

The Gerontological Society of America
“Hartford Doctoral Fellows Program - Year 1 of 1”
$25,000 ($50,000)
October 30, 2009

Christina Costa received a Hartford Doctoral fellowship from The Gerontological Society of America to support work on her dissertation proposal, entitled, “Productive Aging in the Workplace: Understanding Factors that Promote or Impede Engagement in Work Roles.”

Jacquelyn James

Institute for Intercultural Studies
“Engaged as We Age”
$29,962
October 30, 2009

The Institute for Intercultural Studies awarded Jacquelyn James $29,962 to support continued research on the “Engaged as We Age: Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities Involved in Changing the Current Culture of Aging” project.

Kevin Mahoney

DHHS
“Cash & Counseling: Next Steps - Supplement”
$59,998 ($1,199,899)
October 26, 2009

The Department of Health & Human Services has granted Kevin Mahoney a supplement to support the “Cash & Counseling: Next Steps” project through 2010.

Kevin Mahoney

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
“Self Direction/Cash & Counseling Research and Technical Assistance Center - Year 2 of 4”
$980,136 ($4,751,055)
September 8, 2009

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has renewed Kevin Mahoney's grant entitled “Self Direction/Cash & Counseling Research and Technical Assistance Center.” Funding will support the continued efforts of the National Resource Center for Participant-Directed Services.

JUDI CASEY

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
“Sloan Work-Family Network – Year 3 of 3”
$501,302 ($1,487,664)
August 3, 2009

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has renewed the “Building on a Decade of Success: Enhancing Resources and Expanding Reach” project, lead by Principal Investigator Judi Casey.

Kevin Mahoney

The Administration on Aging
“Cash & Counseling: Sustainable Paradigm for Service Delivery - Year 2 of 3”
$399,444 ($1,104,723)
July 16, 2009

The Administration on Aging has renewed Kevin Mahoney’s grant entitled, “Cash & Counseling: Sustainable Paradigm for Service Delivery.” The grant will support continued efforts to provide technical assistance to states and participants using the Cash & Counseling model.

 

 

MARCIE PITT-CATSOUPHES

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
“The Sloan Center on Aging & Work; Workplace Flexibility and the 21st Century Multi-Generational Workforce - Year 2 of 3”
$792,547 ($3,561,685)
June 30, 2009

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has renewed a grant to support The Sloan Center on Aging. Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes received $84,960 to continue work the project.

HENRIKA MCCOY

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
“A Strategy for Promoting the Mental Health of and Decreasing the Negative Trajectories for Juvenile Offenders”
$74,999
June 15, 2009

Henrika McCoy received a New Connections grant in the amount of $74,999 from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for her work regarding the mental health of juvenile offenders in the St. Louis City Juvenile Detention Center.

VINCE LYNCH

Abbott Laboratories
“21st Annual National Social Work and HIV/AIDS Conference”
$1,500
June 8, 2009

Abbott Laboratories has give $1,500 to support the 21st Annual National Social Work and HIV/AIDS Conference.

KEVIN MAHONEY

OSASPE / DHHS
“Intergovernmental Personnel Agreement - Renewal”(Alakeson)
$131,379.00
April 6, 2009

The Department of Health & Human Services has awarded Kevin Mahoney a $131,379 grant to continue Vidyha Alakesonâ s work on the topic of mental health as a disability issue.

VINCE LYNCH

Gilead Sciences, Inc.
“21st Annual National Social Work and HIV/AIDS Conference”
$25,000
March 11, 2009

Vince Lynch received notification from Gilead Healthcare that $25,000 will be donated in support of the annual HIV/AIDS Conference. The 21th Annual National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS "Defining the Future of HIV/AIDS Social Work: What is YOUR Vision?" will be held at the Hotel InterContinental in New Orleans on May 21-24, 2009.