This awardee has received supplemental funding. This award detail page includes information about both the original award and supplemental awards.
Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2010, $187,598)
This is a non-competitive grant to American University to support the Research Assistants Program and provide graduate students with opportunities in the way of Research Assistantships at NIJ. Selected students will be awarded Research Assistantships by American University and work with staff at NIJ on specific research projects while they matriculate in their doctoral studies. nca/ncf
The overarching goals of the supplement is to support two Research Assistants who will work with NIJ staff on the Violence Against Indian Women (VAIW) program of research (including data collection and analysis), and the development of innovative strategies for dissemination of research results to tribal communities and federal, state and local stakeholders. The Research Assistants also will be responsible for assisting with developing articles and presentations on specific topics covered under the VAIW program. nca/ncf
- Exploring Officer Patrol Behaviors Using Automated Vehicle Locator and Body-Worn Camera Data in Kansas City, Missouri
- An Evaluability Assessment of the Not In Our Town Hate and Bias Action Teams Model
- Developing a Strategy to Evaluate Urban Violence Prevention and Intervention Ecosystems: A Case Study of Boston