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Mason Gross faculty awarded grants in collaboration with the School of Public Health

Mason Gross faculty awarded grants in collaboration with the School of Public Health

In the spring, faculty from Mason Gross and the School of Public Health were brought together to share research ideas as part of a “speed networking” session. Through funding provided by both schools, $10,000 MGSA-SPH Collaborative Seed Grants were awarded to to each of the following research collaborations that emerged from this event:

  • “The Effects of Implementing Polestar Pilates on Racial and Socioeconomically Diverse Public High Schools in New Jersey,” Frederick Curry (Dance) and Devin English (Urban-Global Public Health), Co-Principal Investigators
  • “Addressing HIV-related Stigma through Photovoice,” Jacqueline Thaw (Art & Design) and Ashley Grosso (Urban-Global Public Health), Co-PIs
  • “HIV/AIDS and Survivorship: Developing Positive Health Outcomes and Resilience through an Embodied Oral History Workshop and Performance,” Jeff Friedman (Dance), Kristen Krause (Urban-Global Public Health), and Stephanie Shiau (Biostatistics & Epidemiology), Co-PIs

Join us in congratulating our faculty!