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College of Health, Education and Human Development

HEHD Research

HEHD research embraces the trifold mission of Clemson University by linking teaching, research and public service with a focus on building internal and external partnerships.

HEHD Priorities: The complex challenges facing society demand multi-faceted and integrated entrepreneurial, programmatic, and policy approaches to their resolution. The College is uniquely positioned to provide leadership in these integrated approaches at the local, state, national, and international levels through innovative education, research, and service guided by three overarching priorities: health, environment, and communities.

Health
Health spans a continuum from acute or chronic illness to wellness. Both personal and population health are affected by a broad array of determinants, including individual behaviors and lifestyle factors, genetics, family, community and culture, social and economic forces, and public and personal health systems (e.g., access, quality, and safety). The College emphasizes community health promotion and prevention, and quality patient care to engage individuals, families, communities, and populations in optimizing physical and mental health.

Research Awards FY14

Lincoln Larson - $15,760.00

Contributions of Urban Parks and Green Space to Human Health and Well Being: An Ecosystem Service Approach

USDA- Forest Service

Gary Machlis - $230,000.00

Conservation Leadership (Science Advisor to the Director, NPS)

NPS

Rachel Mayo - $427,223.00

Windsor Sherrill, Lori Dickens, Liwei Chen

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Analysis of Cost, Safety, and Efficacy of a Palliative Approach to Treating Narcotic-Dependent Newborns

GHS

Julia Eggert - $20,000.00

Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholars Program 2014-2016

Jonas Center for Nursing

Joe Ryan - $184,014.00

Matha Hodge, Antonis Katsiyannis

Exemplary Personnel for Education, Research, and Training in Special Education (ExPERTiSE)

USDE

C.C. Bates - $493,815.00

Reading Recovery Training Center for SC (2015)

SCDE

Paula Watt - $3,000.00

Access to Care 2014

BCBSSC Found

Anna-Marie Chancellor - $4,208.00

Merging Yoga and Group Occupational Theraphy (MY-OT)

CSU

Dave Fleming - $277,978.00

21st Century Community Learning Grant: GOALPost (Goal Oriented Performance in Out of School Time - Cedar Grove, Palmetto, LaFrance, Pendleton, and Townville Elementary Schools)

SCDE

Dave Fleming - $119,863.00

21st Century Community Learning Grant: GOALPost (Goal Oriented Performance in Out of School Time - Spearman and West Pelzer Elementary Schools)

SCDE

Rebecca Kaminski - $79,000.00

Investing in Innovation(I3): NWP College-Ready Writes Program -Greenwood 51

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $79,000.00

Investing in Innovation(I3): NWP College-Ready Writes Program -Florence 2

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $125,000.00

Investing in Innovation(I3): NWP College-Ready Writes Program -Union

NWP

Brett Wright - $87,497.00

The Open Parks Grid Project Part III

NPS

Jeff Hallo - $30,246.00

Visitor Use Management Research of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

NPS

Bill Fisk - $180,695.00

CU-ILEP 2015

IR&EB

Rebecca Kaminski - $3,000.00

NWP CRWP Travel Grant

NWP

Mark Small - $145,000.00

CU Sustainable Community Project (CYFAR Sustainability

USDA - NIFA

Cheryl Dye - $20,643.00

Palmetto State Geriatric Education Center

USC

Jim McDonell - $461,070.00

A Multi-LevelCohort-Sequential Study of Rural Adolescent Dating Violence Victimization and Perpetration

USD HHS

Sue Limber - $75,000.00

Joyce Ott

Phase V, Option III (Previously Option Year II) of HRSA's Bullying Prevention Camgaign

Widmeyer Communications

Sarah Griffin - $15,000.00

Joel Williams

SC Farm to School Evaluation

SC Dept of Agriculture

Martie Thompson - $101,780.00

Heidi Zinzow

Clemson Care: A Campus Wide-Comprehesive Suicide Prevention Strategy

USDHHS

Windsor Sherrill - $101,780.00

Embedding of Clemson University Faculty In Greenville Health System Clinical Depts- Pediatrics

GHS

Betty Baldwin (Cushing) - $10532

Landscape-Scale Thresholds of Early Successional Habitat; Reconicling Biodiversity, Public Perception, and Timber Yield in Managed Forest

USDA- Forest Service

Rob Bixler - $1000

Small Restricted Receipt

Cleveland Metroparks

Bob Brookover - $7914

Greg Ramshaw -Lanford (0231)- Laurie Jodice

Examing Capacity for a Cooperative Seafood Tourism Trail as a Value-Added Marine Resource-Based Recreation and Tourism Project on the SC Coast

SC Sea Grant Consortium

Bob Brookover - $21622

Laurie Jodice

Understanding Demand for Value-Added Products and Services Associated with For-Hire Boat Trips on the SC Coast

SC Sea Grant Consortium

Brett Wright - $44960

Coast Marine Recreation and Tourism Outreach Partnership: SCSGC/Clemson PRTM Year 4

SC Sea Grant Consortium

Cynthia Deaton - $99999

Ryan Visser, Rena Hardwick

Project RES: Reform-Based Environmental Science FY13-14

SC CHE

Joseph Ryan - $20000

Promoting Healthy Lifestlyes for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

College Transition Connection

Lu Shi - $11000

Health Forecasting for Nonprofit Hospital Community Benefit Planning

UCLA Health Policy & Mgt

Bob Powell - $127913

Brett Wright

Needs Assessment for Interpretation and Education

NPS

Tracy Fasolino - $99981

Martie Thompson, Sabarish Babu, Larry Hodges

Nursing Surveillance Training Using Interactive Virtual Simulation

Medline

Roxanne Amerson - $69036

Investigation of Effective Training of "promotoras" in Oral Rehydration TheraphyNIH

Rebecca Kaminski - $79000

2013 i3 NWP College-Ready Writers Program (CRWP) Study and Planning Grant/Implementation - Greenwood School District

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $79000

2013 i3 NWP College-Ready Writers Program (CRWP) Study and Planning Grant/Implementation - Florence County

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $125000

2013 i3 NWP College-Ready Writers Program (CRWP) Study and Planning Grant/Implementation - Union

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $5000

SEED Grant 2 Brook Glen Elementary

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $5000

SEED Grant 2 Welcome Elementary

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $5000

SEED Grant 2 La France Elementary

NWP

Tracy Fasolino - $24512

PhD Nurse Researcher

Bon Secours St Francis

Dave Fleming - $160000

Bob Barcelona, Bill Quinn

21st Century Community Learning Grants: Spearman Elementary School & West Pelzer School-GoalPOST III

SCDE

Jim McDonnell - $446103

A Multi-Level, Cohort Sequential Study of Rural Adolescent Dating Violene Victimization and Perpetration

DHHS

Brett Wright - $210000

Conservation Leadership (Science Advisor to the Director, NPS)

NPS

Betty Baldwin - $10625

Latin-America's Assigned Values to Natural and Historical Parks Caseof Castillo de San Marcos & Fort Matanzas Natioanl Monument and Great Smokey Mountains National Park

NPS

Dave Fleming - $237162

Bob Barcelona, Bill Quinn

21st Century Community Learning Grants: Cedar Grove Elementary School, LaFrance Elementary School, & Pendleton Elementary School-GoalPOST II

SCDE

Bill Fisk - $181999

Melinda Spearman, Hans Klar, James Dogbey, Bob Green

CU International Leaders in Education Program

International Research & Exchange Board

Sarah Griffin - $14000

Joel Williams

SC Farm to School Evaluation

SC Dept of Agriculture

Brett Wright - $11750

Jason Thatcher

The Social Media Listening Center Project (CESU)

NPS

Sue Limber - $75000

Phase V, Option Yr II of HRSA'S Bullying Prevention Campaign

Widmeyer

Joyce Snyder - $12000

Olweus/LOGAN Class Meetings and Disabilities

LOGAN Community Resources

Sue Limber - $10000

OBPP Research and Data Analysis: Research and Consultation to Windber Research Institute on Bullying Prevention

Winber Research Inst

Rebecca Kaminski - $15000

SEED Grant 2 Brook Glen Elementary

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $15000

SEED Grant 2 Welcome Elementary

NWP

Rebecca Kaminski - $15000

SEED Grant 2 La France Elementary

NWP

Celeste Bates - $326481

Reading Recovery Training Center for SC

SC Dept of Education

Cynthia Deaton - $88547

Andrew Tyminski, Renea Hardwick

Learning Mathematics and Science with Technology (LMaST)

SC Dept of Education

Gwynn Powell - $4174

Youth Development Training Programs in Johannesburg, South Africa

Global Camps Africa

James McDonell - $5196

Drug Free Chesterfield

CCCC

Sue Limber - $4000

Best Practices in Bullying Prevention and Intervention and Support for Provocative Targets of Bullying

Iowa Dept of Ed

Rob Bixler - $3000

Small Restricted Receipt

Cleveland Metroparks

Bill Millar - $716

Teacher Cadet Program

Winthrop University

Beth Reynolds - $665000

Loujeania Bost, Sandra Smith

NDPC for Students with Disabilities - Additional year

USDE/OSEP

Gwynn Powell - $1885

International Camping Fellowship

SRR

Bob Brookover - $14000

Greenville County Recreation

SRR

Liwei Chen - $32449

Evaluation Birth and Maternal Outcomes of SC Centering Pregnancy Expansion Project

GHS

Cheryl Dye - $18174

Palmetto State Geriatric Education Center

USC

William Norman - $79576

Perceptions of Marine Aquaculture in Tourist Destinations on the SE US Coast - Year 2

SC Sea Grant Consortium

Khoa Truong - $256003

The Uninsured and Hot Spots in SC: Their Health Status and Access to Healthcare

BCBS

C.C. Bates - $284393

Bill Fisk

Reading Recovery: Scaling Up What Works

OSU

Jeff Marshall - $98439

CAREER: Creating Effective, Sustainable Inquiry-Based Instruction in Middle School Science Classrooms

NSF

Denise Anderson - $15000

Greenville County Recreation Department

SRR

Lamont Flowers - $140692

Broadening Participation Research Project: Advancing Interest and Motivation (AIM) for STEM Careers

Fayetteville State Univ

Pamela Stecker - $15316

Project CREATE: Center for ReEducation and Advancement of Teachers in Special Education

SC Dept of Ed

Ann Wetsel - $253391

SNAPOCUP-SNAP Outreach Community - University Partnerships

SC Dept of SS

Bob Brookover - $6000

St Andrews Parish Parks & Playground Commission

SRR

Skye Arthur-Banning - $3110

E. Christopher Troup

SRR

Beth Reynolds - $560474

SC Focused and Priority Schools Project

SC Dept of Ed

Paula Watt - $7843

SC Free Clinic Association (SCFCA) Clinic Site

SCDHHS

Anna Hall - $89391

AP Teacher Institute

SC Dept of Ed

Dee Stegelin - $8500

Evaluation and On-Going Assessment of Darnell ECE Project

SC First Steps

Brett Wrigth - $1000

International Playground Safety Institute

SRR

Environment
The environment includes natural, built and social dimensions. Healthy environments are essential to sustain individual, family, neighborhood, and community well-being and quality of life. All environmental issues are fundamentally based on human and societal choices that affect resource quality and preservation, personal health, sense of pride in community, and economic development. The College fosters solutions to troubling environmental issues that require more than technical approaches. Resolving these issues requires changes in human behavior and collaboration between individuals and organizations across public and private sectors.

Communities
Healthy and sustainable communities assure the physical, social, and economic well-being of their residents. These communities demonstrate the value of mutual assistance by creating opportunities for social engagement and support. They foster a strong, local economy predicated on principles of fairness, justice, and respect for the environment. The College promotes the development of sustainable communities that demonstrate transparent governance, a commitment to diversity, broad civic engagement, and respect for equal opportunity in the political, economic, organizational, and social life of residents.

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