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The Research Consortium on Children and Families (RCCF) is a multidisciplinary USC endeavor drawing together faculty from behavioral/social sciences and closely related disciplines who conduct grant-funded research related to children/youth and their families. The RCCF aims to build on research strengths by increasing the capacity and enhancing the infrastructure and climate for grant-seeking faculty who undertake scholarly and scientific work in the child and family area. The unique and innovative feature of the RCCF is that it draws together faculty from disparate units, without creating a structural entity such as a center or institute, to provide a vehicle for collaboration that builds on existing areas of funding success, nurtures research capacities of promising early-career faculty, attracts talented new faculty, and creates a multidisciplinary climate that is responsive to funding agency and societal priorities.


 
 
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

2018 RCCF Annual Meeting
December 7, 2018
The Inn @ USC

 

 

Gina Kunz, Abe Wandersman and Tammiee Dickenson are all part of a $5 million project
to enhance family engagement in SC schools.

Congrats to Robin Dail for
receiving an R01 from NINR.

An R01 was awarded to Nicole Zarrett for just over $3,000,000
for her Connect through PLAY project...

Congrats to RCCF members receiving ASPIRE funding for 2018
Jennifer Augustine, Fabienne Poulain, Phyllis Raynor

Mark Weist receives just over $2,000,000 from the SCDE
to create a School Behavioral Health Alliance.

Congrats to PI Angela Liese and Co-I's Kate Flory and Ed Frongillo
on their newly funded NIDDK project which received 2.49 million in direct costs.

Angela Liese
received the H.A. Tyroler Distinguished Alumni Award...

Christine Turley takes over
as the Director of the new Research Center for Transforming Health...

NIH awards $275,000 to Glenn Weaver for his new
program to help elementary school kids stay healthy and wise in the summer.

Katrina Walsemann (HPEB) received $100K to create
a database re: school quality, segregation and academic achievement.

2.3 Million awarded to Russ Pate
to assess how family child care homes influence behavior...

MAJOR CONGRATS to Suzanne McDermott - awarded $14.8 Million for a five year
expansion and extension of her Center project with the CDC!

 

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