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GRANTS ............. November 17, 1997

The following grants were received by the Research Foundation in October:
Department Researcher Project Total & Source
Communication Sciences Leslie Snyder Natural Experiments on TV Liquor Ad Effects $418,200 PHS-Samhsa-Alcohol Abuse
Education, Curriculum and Instruction Mary Weinland Implementation of a Reading Recovery Program $55,991 Capitol Region Education Council
Education, Educational Psychology Pamela Campbell and Kay Norlander The Center of Pedagogy: The University of Connecticut and Partnership Schools $26,250 East Hartford School System
Education, Educational Psychology Pamela Campbell Sharing Ideas About Teaching Effectively: Preparing Effective and Collaborative Teachers of Students with Disabilities $135,863 U.S. Dept. of Ed.-Special Education and Rehab. Services
Education, Educational Psychology Thomas Kehle School Psychology Program $21,505 Windham Public Schools
Education, Sport, Leisure & Exercise Sciences Carl Maresh Sport Specific Products and Beverages $10,801 General Nutrition Centers
Geography Ellen Cromley Postcensal Town Population Estimation Project $14,239 Conn. Dept. of Public Health
Geography Robert Cromley Establishing a National Spatial Data Infrastructure Clearinghouse Node for Connecticut $38,215 Interior-U.S. Geological Survey
Human Development and Family Relations Charles Super Culture, Health, and Human Development $98,616 PHS-NIH-Research Resources
Nursing Patricia Tabloski Memorandum of Agreement - National Health Service Corps Fellowship (Doctoral Student, Lecturer: Jeanne Levasseur) $12,800 Conn. Dept. of Public Health
Psychology Marianne Barton Behavioral Consultation $8,260 Town of Mansfield
Psychology Robert Henning Training Systems Evaluation Service $1,750 Manchester Public Schools
Psychology Michael Turvey Haptic Perceptual Instruments $120,000 NSF-Small Business Research
Sociology Robert Broadhead and Douglas Heckathorn Accessing the Leading Edge of the AIDS Epidemic Using Respondent-Driven Sampling to Test and Overcome Biases in Public Health Data Collection $120,000 PHS-Centers for Disease Control
Total Social Sciences this listing $1,082,490
English Gary Storhoff Connecticut Writing Project-Stamford $75,000 Conn. Dept. of Education
History Roger Buckley Executive Order 9066: Lessons of the Journey East $5,000 Civil Liberties Public Education Fund
Total Humanities and Fine Arts this listing $80,000
The following grant was received by the Research Foundation in July:
Nursing Karyl J. Burns Strategies to Enhance Patient Outcomes After Myocardial Infarction $106,155 NIH