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CEHHS Faculty Receive Community Engagement Grants

 
Congratulations to College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences Associate Professors Clea McNeely, Department of Public Health and Mari Beth Coleman, Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education.  Both of these ladies are recipients of a 2016-17 Community Engagement Grant awarded by the Office of Community Engagement and Outreach.

Coleman submitted an application for a grant entitled, “(dis)Ability Awareness Training: Changing Attitudes Early.”

McNeely submitted an application for a grant entitled, “Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Prevention in East Tennessee: An Innovative Public Health Initiative to Increase Contraceptive Access in High-Risk Populations.”

More information about these amazing recipients and their grant proposals can be found on the Office of Community Engagement & Outreach website.

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