Cooperative Grant Program With University Of Scranton

2016 / 2017

Talking About Race in the Classroom: Issues and Connections for University Faculty in Scranton (2016)
Amount: $7,947
Samantha Christiansen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor History
Jessica M. Nolan, Ph.D., Associate Professor Psychology

Investigation of Electrochemiluminescence Generated by Nanomaterials for Potential Analytical Applications (2016)
Amount: $10,000
Mary Lynn Grayeski, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Science
Katherine Stumpo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Chemistry

BikeScranton Bike Share Sustainability, Health, and History (2016)
Amount: $5,620
David Schappert, Director Library
Mark R. Murphy, Director Sustainability

2015 / 2016

The Effects of High Intensity Interval Training on 24-hour Energy Expenditure and Energy Intake in Overweight Females (2015)
Amount: $9,942
Angela Hillman, Ph.D., ECP, Assistant Professor Athletic Training and Exercise Science
Jessica Bachman, PH.D., Assistant Professor Exercise Science and Sport

Cultural Transition Challenges at the Cross Roads: Examining and Building Resilience among Ethnic High School Students Preparing for Post Secondary Options (2015)
Amount: $7,500
Shamshad Ahmed, Ph.D., Associate Professor Psychology & Counseling
Richard Joseph Behun, Assistant Professor Psychology & Counseling
Julie Cerrito, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Counseling and Human Services

St. Joseph's Center Workplace Health Promotion Project (2015)
Amount: $8,738
Janet Muse-Burke, Ph.D., Associate Professor Psychology & Counseling
Debra L. Fetherman, Ph.D., CHES, Director Community Health Education Exercise Science and Sport

2014 / 2015

Social Justice in the Information Society (2014)
Amount: $4,000
Leslie Christianson, Assistant Professor Library Services
George Aulisio, Assistant Professor Weinberg Memorial Library

Mechanisms underlying navigation and landmark recognition in ants (2014)
Amount: $10,000
Thomas Kent, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Mathematics & Computer Science
Marc Seid, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Biology Department, Program in Neuroscience

Performing in Urban Space (2014)
Amount: $6,000
Maria MacDonald, Director of Undergraduate Interior Architecture Studies School of Architrecture
Hank Willenbrink, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Theatre Program Director Department of English & Theatre

The Second-Year Spotlight Taiwan Project in NEPA: Theme: “Taiwan and China in Global Context—Past, Present, and Future” (2014)
Amount: $10,0000
Philip Jenkins, Ph.D., Chair of Philosophy Department., Associate Professor Philosophy Department
Ann A. Pang-White, Ph.D., Director of Asian Studies, Professor of Philosophy Asian Studies and Philosophy Department

2013 / 2014

Improving STEM Outcomes in a Diverse Population of Primary School Students Through Exposure to Robotics (2013)
Amount: $ 11,898
Christine L. Fryer, Ed.D., Assistant Professor Education Department
Robert A. Spalletta, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering

A Community-Based Aquatic Exercise Program to Improve Endurance, Mobility, Self-Esteem and Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQOL) in Community-Dwelling Adults with Mild to Moderate Intellectual Disability (ID) (2013)
Amount: $ 8,930
Barbara Lynn Hutchings, Ph.D., Assistant Professor School of Social Work
Renée M. Hakim, PT, Ph.D., NCS, Director, TDPT Program Department of Physical Therapy

A Comparison Study Regarding the Impact of Short Duration, High Intensity Exercise using the “10-minute Trainer” and Traditional Exercise on Body Composition Changes and Weight Loss in Post-Menopausal Women (2013)
Amount: $ 4,038
Ellen Payne, Ph.D., LAT, ATC, CSCS, EMT, Assistant Professor Health & Physical Education
Joan A. Cebrick Grossman Ph.D., RD, Assistant Professor Department of Exercise Science and Sport

Breakfast and Energy Balance in Active Adults (2013)
Amount: $ 4,500
Angela Hillman, Ph.D., ECP, Assistant Professor Health & Physical Education
Jessica Bachman, Ph.D., MS-MPH, RD, Assistant Professor Exercise Science and Sport
Ronald W. Deitrick, Ph.D., Program Director of Exercise Science Exercise Science and Sport

2012 / 2013

Teaching Ethics to Millennial Generation Students (2012)
Amount: 3,500
Laurie Cassidy, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Marywood University
Sarah Kenehan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Marywood University
Elsie Gower, Coordinator, ICoordinator, International Service Programs, University of Scranton

The Ability to Detect Pulmonary Edema from the Simple Measurement of Pulmonary Diffusing Capacity (2012)
Amount: $ 8,500
Gerald S. Zavorsky, Ph.D., Director and Associate Professor, Human Physiology Laboratory, Marywood University
Paul T. Curturfello, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Exercise Science and Sport, University of Scranton

Big Friends Little Friends (2012)
Amount: $ 1,545
Sr. John Michele Southwick, Assistant Director, Campus Ministries, Marywood University
Pat Vaccaro, Director, Community Outreach Office, University of Scranton

An Interprofessional Education Program with Nursing, Physician Assistant, Social Work, and Medical Students using Simulation and Discussions (2012)
Amount: $ 4,500
Diane Haleem, Ph.D, Professor, Nursing, Marywood University
Wendy Manetti, MSN, FPN-C, Faculty Specialist, Nursing, University of Scranton

Primary Document Recovery (2012)
Amount: $ 1,000
William P. Conlogue, Ph.D., Professor, English, Marywood University
Amanda Avery, MLS, Librarian, Library Services, Marywood University
Lawrence W. Kennedy, Ph.D., Professor, History, University of Scranton

Multilevel Antecedents of Corporate Social Responsibility (2012)
Amount: $6,000
Junhyun Kim, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Social Work, Marywood University
Taewan Kim, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Management and Marketing, University of Scranton

Elm Street Revitalization Study (2012)
Amount: $ 10,000
Joseph F. Cabrera, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Social Science, Marywood University
Meghan Ashlin Rich, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Sociology/Criminal Justice, University of Scranton

2011 / 2012

The U.S in a Global Context: Teaching American History in the Twenty-First Century (2011)
Amount: $ 9,000
Sr. Margaret Gannon, I.H.M., Ph.D., C.M.F.C, Chair Social Science, Marywood University
Kathleen Munley, Ph.D., C.M.F.C, Professor Social Science, Marywood University
Alexander I. Vari, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Social Science, Marywood University
Susan L. Poulson, Ph.D., Professor History, University of Scranton

An analysis of Stable and Regular Behavior Patterns in the Live-at-Home-Elderly (2011)
Amount: $7,000
Marie Bonavoglia, MPAS, PA-C, Academic Coordinator Physician Assistant Program, Marywood University
Herbert Hauser, Ph.D., Professor Psychology, University of Scranton

Faculty and Staff Perception of Institution Mission and Identity (2011)
Amount: $ 500
Ellen Boylan, Ph.D., Director Planning and Institutional Research, Marywood University
Kimberly Pavlick, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Communication, University of Scranton

National Convocation of Jail and Prison Ministry [NCJPM] (2011)
Amount: $ 1,500
James L. Sullivan, Director Records Management and Archives, Marywood University
Harry Dammer, Ph.D., Professor and Chair Sociology/Criminal Justice, University of Scranton

2010 / 2011

The Use of Liquid-Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS) to Detect, Identify, and Quantitative Telomerase-Bound Polyphenols in vitro and Metabolites in vivo (2010)
Amount: $7,500
Debrah Hokien, Ph.D., Associate Professor Science, Marywood University
Joe Vinson, Ph.D., Professor Chemistry, University of Scranton

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer adapted by Laura Eason (2010)
Amount: $3,500
Agnes a. Cardoni, Ph.D., Assistant Professor English, Marywood University
Richard Larsen, Ph.D., Professor English & Theater, University of Scranton

A Course in the Aesthetics of African Art: Form and Philosophy (2010)
Amount: $8,000
Phillip Jenkins, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Philosophy, Marywood University
Annie Hounsokou, Ph.D., Professor Philosophy, University of Scranton

Positive Psychology and Career Decision-Making of Ethnic Adolescents (2010)
Amount: $5,000
Shamshad Ahmed, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Psychology, Marywood University
Riaz Hussain, Ph.D., Associate Professor Economics and Finance, University of Scranton

Developing Community Support for Bereaved Mothers (2010)
Amount: $6,000
Diane Haleem, Ph.D., Associate Professor Nursing and Public Administration, Marywood University
Particia Wright, Ph.D., Professor Nursing, University of Scranton

2009 / 2010

Dedicated Educational Units for Enhanced Nursing Student Learning, Improved Academic-Clinical Partnerships and Increased Job Satisfaction: A quasi-experimental study (2009)
Amount: $10,000
Diane Haleem, Ph.D., Associate Professor Nursing, Marywood University
Kathleen Evanina, Ph.D. Instructor Nursing, Marywood University
Sharon Hudacek, Ed.D., RN, ACNS-BC, Professor Nursing, University of Scranton
Cathy Lovecchio, Ph.D., RN, Professor Nursing, University of Scranton

The Floating Hospital (TFH) building Blocks coalition for Homeless Children (2009)
Amount: $6,500
Stephen Burke, Ph.D., Full Professor Social Work, Marywood University
Deborah Featherman, Ph.D., Professor Exercise Science and Sport, University of Scranton

Health Promotion through Collaboration (2009)
Amount: $5,500
Robin Gallagher, Ph.D., Professor Nursing, Marywood University
Diane Haleem, Ph.D., Associate Professor Nursing, Marywood University
Patricia Gallagher, Ph.D., Professor University of Scranton

Ethnic-American Poetry: A Plenary Session on Poetry and Ethnic Identity (2009)
Amount: $4,500
Ann Bush, Ph.D., Associate Professor English, Marywood University
Kathleen Munley, Ph.D., Professor Social Science, Marywood University
Joseph Kraus, Ph.D., Associate Professor English & Theatre, University of Scranton
Susan Mendez, Ph.D., Associate Professor English & Theatre, University of Scranton

Development of an Invertebrate model of Drug Addiction (2009)
Amount: $9,000
Thomas Nathaniel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Science, Marywood University
Robert F. Waldack, Ph.D. Associate Professor Biology, University of Scranton

2008 / 2009

Detection and Determination of Cranberry Juice Metobolites in Hamster Plasma and Organs, and the Effects of Cranberry Juice on an Atherosclerosis Animal Model (2008)
Amount: $5,000
Deborah Hokien, Ph.D., Associate Professor Science, Marywood University
Joe A. Vinson, Ph.D., Professor Analytical Chemistry, University of Scranton

Northeastern Pennsylvania Journalism Boot Camp (2008)
Amount: $9,980
Laurie McMillan, Ph.D., Associate Professor English, Marywood University
Douglas Lawrence, Ph.D., Associate Professor Communication Arts, Marywood University
Kim Pavlick, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Communication, University of Scranton
Joseph Kraus, Ph.D., Associate Professor Communication, University of Scranton
Matt Reavy, Ph.D., Associate Professor Communication, University of Scranton

Universities + UNC = Quality Programming for Children (2008)
Amount: $10,000
Christine Simrell-Fryer, Instructor Education, Marywood University
Kathleen Ruthkosky, Ph.D. Education, Marywood University
Victoria Wilcox, Instructor Special Education, Marywood University
Gloria Tansitis Wenze. Ph.D., Assistant Professor Education, University of Scranton
Vanessa Silla, Professor Special Education, University of Scranton

2007 / 2008

Human Rights in a Global Perspective (2007)
Amount: $12,300
Sr. Margaret Gannon, I.H.M., Ph.D., Full Professor Social Science, Marywood University
Laurie Cassidy,

Strengthening University and Community Partnerships (2007)
Amount: $11,700
Amy Fotta, Lecturer Religious Studies, Marywood University
Sr. Maryalice Jacquinot, I.H.M., Ph.D.,

2006 / 2007

Doing History in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Part 2: “Reclaiming Feminism, Reclaiming Our History (2006)
Amount: $10,000
Margaret Gannon, I.H.M., Ph.D., C.M.F.C., Professor Social Science, Marywood University
Kathleen P. Munley, Ph.D., C.M.F.C., Professor Social Science, Marywood University
Josephine Dunn. Ph.D., Associate Professor History, University of Scranton

Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to Create Inclusive Learning Environments (2006)
Amount: $10,000
Patricia Sullivan Arter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Special Education, Marywood University
Andre Oberlee, Ph.D., Director Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence,University of Scranton

Art: A Play and a Display (2006)
Amount: $6,000
Steven Alexander, Ph.D., Assoicate Professor Art, Marywood University
Richard Larsen, Ph.D., Associate Professor English and Theatre, University of Scranton

Net Impact NEPA Series on social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a Four-Part Educational Series and Networking Mixer Focusing on Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship (2006)
Amount: $4,000
Brian Petula, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Business & Managerial Science, Marywood University
Murli Rajan, Ph.D., Associate Professor Finance, University of Scranton

2005 / 2006

Year-Long Lecture Series in American History (2005)
Amount: $8,800
Kathleen Munley, Ph.D., Professor Social Science, Marywood University
Lawrence Kennedy, Ph.D., Professor History, University of Scranton

To Begin a Systematic Plan to Asses Collections, Services, and User Education at Their Respective Universities (2005)
Amount: $5,800
Catherine Schappert, Director University Library, Marywood
Mary Elizabeth Moylan, Reference Coordinator Library, University of Scranton

To Investigate the Evolving Role of the Literacy Coach in Elementary and Secondary School Settings (2005)
Amount: $9,232
Nancy Nagy, Ph.D., Associate Professor Education, Marywood University
Patricia Gross, Ph. D., Associate Professor Education, University of Scranton