The SCCAP Board of Directors is honored to be able to offer many different types of awards for SCCAP student members. The Routh Dissertation Grant provides support for student research that shows promise to add significantly to the literature in the area of clinical child and adolescent psychology.
On behalf of the SCCAP Board, I would like to thank all of the applicants, the numerous reviewers who carefully read each application, and the many of you who wrote letters of recommendation. Based on the outstanding pool of applications we received, it is clear that the future of clinical child and adolescent psychology is in good hands!
We extend our warmest congratulations to the 2022 Routh Dissertation Grant Recipients and Honorable Mentions. Look for more information about each of their projects in an upcoming issue of InBalance.
Routh Dissertation Grant Recipients:
Michelle Vardanian, New York University, Assessing the Disparities in Access to and Engagement with Telehealth Services by Families During the COVID-19 Era: Exploring the Environment of Caregiver Engagement and Determining the Feasibility of Accessible Telehealth Resources for Children in Need
Violeta Rodriguez, University of Georgia, Revision and Validation of the Multidimensional Assessment of Parenting Scale (MAPS) in a Racially and Ethnically Diverse National Sample
Afsoon Gazor, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Pilot Treatment Development: Improving Adolescent Suicide Risk with a Standardized, Brief, Group Sleep Intervention
Bosi Chen, San Diego State University/UC San Diego, Brain Development in Toddlers and Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Multimodal MRI Examination
Amanda Bowling, University of Texas at Austin, The Impact of Parent Involvement During Youth Anxiety Treatment
Katharine Galbraith, University of Southern California, Using Integrative Data Analysis to Evaluate Gender Differences in Multisystemic Therapy Effects with Justice-Involved Youth
Meghan Miller, Ph.D.,
Routh Review Committee Chair