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Spring 2019 Seed Grant Recipients

Working Long Hours: Implications for Wage Inequality

Alexander Bick, W. P. Carey School of Business

You Can, Too: Examining the Effectiveness of a Police-Community Intervention to Replace Fear with Facts and Build Community-Police Trust

Mary-Ellen Brown, Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions

Prefrontal Mechanisms Underlying Cocaine-Induced Compulsivity

Cassandra Gipson-Reichardt, Department of Psychology

The De-cology of Community Organization: A Study of Closure among Nonprofit Organizations in the United States

Mark Hager, Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions

Conceptualization of and Support for Democracy: A Cross-National Analysis

Margaret Hanson, School of Politics and Global Studies

Feasibility of Social Networking to Improve Social Support of an Online Yoga Intervention in Mothers who have Experienced Stillbirth

Jennifer Huberty, College of Health Solutions

Using Virtual Reality to Impact Affect and Stress Reactivity

Nicole Janich, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions

Acceptability and Feasibility of a Culturally Relevant Smartphone-delivered Physical Activity Intervention among Midlife African American Women

Joseph Rodney, College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Pragmatic Strategies for Designing Complex Multi-response Studies

MingHung Kao, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

Can AI Invent?: The Perspective from China

Jose Lobo, School of Sustainability

Active Transportation to School and Sense of Community: A Pilot Study

Allison Ross, Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions

Investigating the Impact of School District Decentralization on Students and Families in Southern Nevada

Carrie Sampson, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Advancing Personalized Learning across Physical and Digital Spaces: A Data-driven Learning Analytics Approach

Yi Zheng, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College