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Sullivan receives Robert Wood Johnson Foundation award

Amanda SullivanEducational Psychology Assistant Professor Amanda Sullivan has received a two-year, New Connections grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). The funding will support Sullivan's research to examine the mental health needs and related evidence-based school mental health services for adolescents with severe emotional disorders.

"This award will connect me to a network of establish experts in research and evaluation related to health and health care, while providing me with an opportunity to contribute to a program that has far-reaching implications for the education and treatment of youth with serious mental health needs," said Sullivan.

New Connections is a national program designed to introduce new scholars to RWJF and expand the diversity of perspectives that inform the foundation's programming.

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