Grants

Current Grant Projects as Primary Investigators:

 

2016-SI-AX-0002 (Renzetti & Follingstad)                                      01/01/17-12/31/19

Office on Violence Against Women- Department of Justice (DOJ)

OVW Research & Evaluation Program

A Collaboration to Evaluate the Outcomes of a Therapeutic Horticulture Program at a Domestic Violence Shelter. C. M. Renzetti, co-PI & D. R. Follingstad, co-PI. Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice,
Funded: $449,999. 

 

R01CE002690 (Bush & Coker)                                                           09/01/15 – 08/31/18

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Randomized Trial Integrating Substance Abuse With Bystander-Based Violence Prevention

This randomized intervention trial will determine which bystander-based programmatic elements are most efficacious in changing risk behaviors which may lead to violence and/or alcohol abuse. This trial will provide strategic information needed by public colleges to effectively meet the mandate to implement effective bystander interventions, Funded: $1,050,000.

 

U01CE002668 (Coker & Bush)                                                           09/30/15 – 09/29/19

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Bystander Program Adoption & Efficacy to Reduce SV-IPV in College Community

Because the 2013 Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act1 (SaVE) now requires bystander training for all publicly funded colleges and universities (hereafter colleges), a “natural experiment” presents itself as the opportunity to determine relative bystander training efficacy across multiple colleges. This research seeks to determine the promise of bystander interventions for college communities as mandated by SaVE and provide capacity to grow and support VAW researchers into the future.

 

R01HD075783 (Follingstad & Coker)                                                07/01/13-06/30/18                  

National Institute Child Health Human Development (NIH)      

Evaluating tthe Long-Term Effects of Green Dot on Teen Dating Violence Prevention

The purpose of this R01 is to evaluate the longer-term impact of Green Dot Across the Bluegrass, an active bystanding-based randomized intervention trial in 26 high school across Kentucky designed to reduce sexual and partner violence (5U01CE001675) in a cohort of seniors as they transition into young adulthood, Funded: $2,500,000. 

 

R01HD075783 (Follingstad)                                                               10/01/15-10/31/20

UK Internal Funding President's Office

Campus Attitudes Toward Safety (C.A.T.S.)

Development, administration, analysis of survey given to population of UK students to asses perception of safety, knowledge of resources, adverse experience, and barriers to reporting.