CHHS Faculty Awarded 2019 Cahill Grant Awards

CHHS Faculty Awarded 2019 Cahill Grant Awards

Cahill Awards are granted annually to full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty to provide seed money for the initiation of projects that subsequently may:

  • attract funding from other sources,
  • encourage new research or artistic endeavors,
  • support travel to research collections, and
  • encourage the development of specific professional skills.

Learn more about the life and career of Charles Cahill here. Congratulations to the CHHS faculty who were awarded 2019 Cahill Grant Awards! 

  • Needs and Preferences for Optimal Health and Meaningful Life Engagement in Older Adulthood | Angie Sardina, School of Health and Applied Human Sciences | co-authors: Kris Hohn, School of Social Work | Alicia Sellon, School of Social Work | Anne Glass, School of Health and Applied Human Sciences | Jillian Perry, Gerontology Graduate Student in the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences

  • Age-Normative Testing for the Feeding Impact on Parents and Family Measure | Hayley Estrem, School of Nursing

  • Integration of a Life is Good Playmaker Systems Model; A Trauma Informed Approach in Promoting Resiliency Among Children k-8 | Anka Roberto, School of Nursing | co-authors: Josalin-Hunter Jones, School of Social Work | Amanda Mitchell, Research Assistant in the School of Nursing

  • 3M: Exploring the Influence of Music and Media on African American Mental Health | Josalin Hunter-Jones, School of Social Work