Four CNHP faculty researchers are among the winners of Drexel University’s Office of Research and Innovation Rapid Response Research & Development Fund. These projects, much like the ones the Office awarded for urgent action, short-term projects in response to COVID, these funds are designated for research focused on racial equity.
Sharrona Pearl, PhD, associate teaching professor, received $2,926 for “Unmasking Race: The Racial Resonances of Masking in the Time of COVID.”
Ebony White, PhD, assistant clinical professor, received $4,994 for “Examining Whiteness: An Immersive Education Program to Address Racism and Racial Injustice in Education Using VR Technology.”
Jennifer Nasser, PhD, associate professor, received $5,000 for “Research Training Pathway to SUPERNOVA: The Wonders of ‘WHY.’”
Jessica Chou, PhD, assistant professor, received $5,000 for “Couple/Marriage and Family Therapists Extent of Training Experiences for Race-Related Stress and Racial Trauma.”
Congratulations to all!