CHSS Faculty Recognized at Grants Event

Photo: Mike Peters

Congratulations to CHSS faculty for their achievements this year. The faculty members listed below were recognized for their grants at the 5th Annual Grant Recognition Reception on April 24, 2017. Learn more about the event on the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs website.

Jason Dickinson, Robert D. McCormick Center for Child Advocacy and Policy
- NJ Child Welfare Training Partnership 2015-2016, NJ Department of Children and Families - Subcontract from Rutgers University
- Post BA Certificate in Adolescent Advocacy 2016-2017, NJ Department of Children and Families
- Summer Housing Internship Program (SHIP) 2015-2016, NJ Department of Children and Families - Subcontract from Rutgers University

Sarah Lowe, Psychology
- The Influence of Disaster Recovery Partnerships on Mental Health in New York City Communities Affected by Hurricane Sandy, US Department of Health and Human Services - Subaward from Boston University
- Gulf Long-Term Follow-Up Study: Mental Health Analyses, National Institutes of Health - Subaward from Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.
- Identifying Risk Factors for PTSD by Pooled Analysis of Current Prospective Studies - Partial Funding, National Institutes of Health - Subaward from Harvard University

Debra Zellner, Psychology
Discovering the Elements of School Lunch Programs that Successfully Increase Healthy Eating Among Low Income Children, Hilda and Preston Davis Foundation - Subaward from Monell Chemical Senses Center

Janet Koehnke, Communication Sciences and Disorders
Maris Appelbaum, Communication Sciences and Disorders

New Jersey Hearing Aid Project- 2016-2017, NJ Department of Human Services

Elizabeth Emery, Modern Languages and Literatures
Clémence d'Ennery (1853-1914): A Female Connoisseur in the Age of Male Collecting, National Endowment for the Humanities

Ruth Propper, Psychology
Individual Differences in Handedness Effects on Categorical versus Coordinante Spatial Processing, US Department of Defense - Army Research Office

Christopher Matthews, Anthropology
From Creole Synthesis to Racial Modernity: An Archaeology of Culture Change in the Native and African American Community in Setauket, New York, Wenner-Gren Foundation

Brian Smith, Political Science and Law
For the Love of War, Charles G. Koch Foundation 

Yasemin Besen-Cassino, Sociology
Gender and Society Book Review - Year 2, Sociologists for Women in Society - Subcontract from Oakland University

Teresa Fiore, Spanish and Italian
Marisa Trubiano, Spanish and Italian

Audiovisual Translation in Italian, Italy's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation