Anneliese Johnson: Early Childhood Education Expansion Grant – Year 2023-2024 $106,250
Gabrielle Johnson: OHSAI REDI – Phase 2 $24,000
Keeley Pratt: Oversight for Research Productivity in Center for Healthy Weight and Nutrition (Rhythm) $13,690
Keeley Pratt: Oversight for Research Productivity in Center for Healthy Weight and Nutrition (CareSource) $27,243
As part of the Center’s strategic plan, this project will recruit a mid-career faculty with independent research skillset to support our Center research infrastructure and collaborative projects with junior faculty/partners (Including Pediatric Vital Sign project.) The goal is to build capacity to increase scholarly productivity, increase external grant funding and national/international visibility.
Eric Anderman: Psychological Well-Being of Students and School Personnel $17,388
Sophia Jeong: Fostering a Culture of High Science Engagement and Youth Advocacy through an Interdisciplinary Phenomenon-and Project-based Science Instruction $24,791
Tonya Orchard: The Role of Blueberries in Preserving Cognitive Function During Cancer Treatment: Secondary Analysis of the MIND-BC Pilot Study $21,600
Sarah Lang: FY20-21 Enhancement of the Virtual Lab School, A Comprehensive Professional Development System for Childcare Professionals $2,294,250
Leeann Lower-Hoppe: Generating Positive Workplace Outcomes Through Well-Being: Examining Collegiate Recreation Employees $9,518
The literature proposes a happy worker is a productive worker, with employee well-being linked to job performance (Nielson et al., 2017). However, this thesis offers organizations little guidance as it does not establish the antecedents to well-being. Our project investigates the antecedents of employee well-being and their influence on job performance within the context of collegiate recreation. The results of our project will inform human resource strategies and employee training interventions to improve employee well-being and performance.