Minseop Kim: Jack Kent Cooke Dissertation Fellowship, 2012, $25,000.
Minseop Kim: 2012 Employment Instability, Family Well-being, and Social Policy Network small grant, University of Chicago, $6,000.
Samira Ali: Exploring mother-child sexual health communication in the sex worker community in Kolkata, Center for Advanced Study of India – Summer Travel Award, Summer 2012.
Itay Greenspan: 2011 Annual Doctoral Research Scholarship, Israeli Center for Third Sector Research, Ben Gurion University, Israel, $1,200.
Marlene Walk: Co-Principal Investigator (with Dr. Lindsey McDougle and Dr. Femida Handy), The role of spirituality in the relationship between volunteering and health outcomes among older adults, 2011/2012 Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholars Program Research and Education Fund, University of Pennsylvania, $6,000.
Samira Ali: Leboy-Davies Women’s Studies Fellowship, 2011, $2,500.
Jonathan Lukens: The willingness to engage: A factorial survey of clinical social workers’ adherence to the value of client autonomy in treating the severely mentally ill, Scattergood Program for the Applied Ethics of Behavioral Health, 2011, $2,000.
Micheal Shier: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Fellowship, Government of Canada, 2011-2014, $60,000.
Marlene Walk: Research Fellowship, RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service, University of Texas at Austin, June 2011, $3,000.
Itay Greenspan: 2010 Dissertation Grant, Center for the Study of Philanthropy in Israel, The Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, $1,500.
Itay Greenspan: 2010 Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) Doctoral Fellow, $1,000.
Manisha Joshi: Qualitative study on strangulation as a form of IPV. Seed Grant, The Evelyn Jacobs Ortner Center on Family Violence, School of Social Policy & Practice, 2009, $7,800.
Maayan Schori: Hoyer Award Merit Scholarship, 2009-2010.
Tae Kuen Kim: Y.H. Park Fellowship, $27,560, 2008-2009.
Itay Greenspan: 2007 ARNOVA Emerging Scholar Award, $500.
Charlene McGrew: Co-Principal Investigator (with Dr. Ram Cnaan), Urban-suburban congregational collaborations in the greater Philadelphia area, Penn Institute for Urban Research, Undergraduate Urban Research Program, 2006, $2,000.
Joel Caplan: The effect of victim input on parole release decisions, Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy, 2005, $3,300.
Charlene McGrew: Multi-Site Ethnography of urban-suburban congregational collaborations in the greater Philadelphia area, Constant H. Jacquet Research Grant, Religious Research Association, 2004, $2,500.
Charlene McGrew: Summer 2004 Civitas Scholar, Summer institute on faith and public policy sponsored by Center for Public Justice, Brookings Institute and American Enterprise Institute; funded by Pew Foundation.