Grant Activity, Dec. 2016-Mar. 2017

The Office of Research and Outreach, Penn State Harrisburg, is pleased to announce the following grant activity for December 1 – March 31, 2017:

Proposals submitted:

There were 16 proposals submitted to 13 different sponsor agencies by 14 faculty and staff members totaling $2,945,137.

Proposals awarded:

There were 12 projects funded from 11 different funding agencies involving 9 different faculty and staff members totaling $485,710.

Congratulations to:

Eileen Ahlin, (PI), SPA, “Moving to Collective Efficacy: How inner-city mobility impacts minority and immigrant youth victimization and violence” sub-award from Towson University, funded by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ).

Michael Behney, (PI), ISRA, “Providing Previously Produced Training Files in Learning Management System Compatible Format” funded by Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Gina Brelsford, (Co-PI), BSED, “Preventing Internalizing Psychopathology in Preadolescents Exposed to Chronic Stress” funded by the National Institute of Mental Health.

Susan Copella, (PI), ISRA, “Community Dashboard Partnership – Phase 2” funded by the United Way of the Capital Region.

Susan Copella, (PI), ISRA, “PCCD Crime Trends Reports and Digital Dashboard Enhancement, Maintenance and Support” funded by the COP: Commission on Crime and Delinquency.

Susan Copella, (PI), ISRA, “York County Community Foundation, YorkCounts Indicator Project” funded by the York County Community Foundation.

Weston Kensinger, (PI), BSED, “The Dauphin County Campaign for Heroin and Opiate Prevention (CHOP)” funded by Dauphin County.

Bing Ran, (PI), SPA, “An Economic Evaluation of the Pennsylvania State Forest System” funded by the COP: Center for Rural Pennsylvania.

Linda Rhen, (PI), BSED, “REACH for the DREAM Career Studies Program – Year 3” funded by the Dream Partnership.

Stephanie Wehnau, (PI), ISRA, “Municipal Managers Survey” funded by the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs.

Stephanie Wehnau, (PI), ISRA, “Pennsylvania Beef Industry Survey” funded by the Pennsylvania Beef Council.

Matthew Woessner, (PI), SPA, “Academic Freedom in Ideological Academy: Does Higher Education’s Left Leaning Tilt Constrain Students’ Academic Freedom by Limiting Conservatives’ Choice of Majors” funded by the Charles Koch Foundation.