Funded Projects

Developing Health and Leadership in High School and Middle School Females

External funding from Girls in the Game and Fossil Group, Inc. for $26,000 RA support and $7,500 participant scholarships.

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Evaluation of the Healthy Zone School Recognition Program

External funding from The Cooper Institute and United Way of Metropolitan Dallas for $125,000.00.

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Mental and Physical Health Effects on Adolescents’ Academics

External funding awarded for three year from National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) for $30,000.00.

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Evaluation of Fitness and Academic Data from the Texas Youth Project: Aim 2 - Reliability and Validity of the FITNESSGRAM® Data. 

Subcontract award to the University of North Texas - Total: $307,492.00, Direct Cost: $276,474.49, Indirect Cost: $31,016.94. Primary award to The Cooper Institute: $476,534.00. Funding agency: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, ID# 64693.

Participation And Training in Health Science (Project PATHS)

Project PATHS is a 3-year K-12 science education program funded by a grant of $965,175 from the National Center for Research Resources of the National Institutes of Health under the Science Education Partnership Program (SEPA).

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Participation And Training in Health (Project PATH)

Project PATH was a 20 month project funded by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for $123,186.25 (Internal support of $34,595.00).


Physical Education and Activity for Kids (Project PEAK)

Project PEAK was funded by Human Kinetics.

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