GRANTS AND GRANT ACTIVITIES FOR DAVID E. CORBIN

 

Corbin, David, Communities Putting Prevention to Work, Funded by Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Federal, Total grant = $5.7 million to the Douglas County Health Department, Corbin portion for implementing and evaluating active transportation, $66,000 (March 24, 2010 - March 23, 2012).

Corbin, David (Co-Principal), Noble, John (Co-Principal), Schenkelberg, Michaela S, Elmwood Fitness Park, Funded by Blue Cross Blue Shield, State, $22,000 (December 2010 - April 2011).

Member of grant development and implementation team (Douglas County Health Department, Our Healthy Community Partnership, Trek Bicycle Store of Omaha, Wild Oats and UNO), Keystone Gateway to Active Living and Healthy Eating: A grant to increase physical activity and nutrition behaviors and potentially impact policy around the built environment through increasing physical activity through trail use, increasing healthy eating behaviors, and training for policy advocacy for youth, September, 2006, $15,000.

Participated in the planning implementation of the Afghanistan Teachers grant through International Studies and the Center for Afghanistan Studies. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. State Department Teacher Training Exchange Program, Spring and Fall 2003 and Spring 2004. Total grant: $600,000.

Co-recipient with Pasco, R. Interdisciplinary, service learning grant from the UNO Service Learning Academy for Health Aspects of Aging course, fall 2003, $1350.

Writer/Project Director, Snuff Out Tobacco Campaign, an anti-tobacco campaign targeting elementary school students in Metro Omaha, funded by Nebraska Health and Human Services, UNMC, R. Joe Dennis Foundation, MOTAC and Metro Omaha Medical Society Affiliate, March 2003-May 2004, $8,550.

Convener of writing team, co-writer and chair of the health advisory committee at Omaha Central High School for a Nebraska School Tobacco-Free grant--Project Why? Includes education, social marketing, art projects, computer applications, improvisational theater, policy development and a research component. One of ten large high schools was funded, March, 2001, $120,000.

One of many writers on the Douglas County team (UNO and 15 other agencies/organizations) for the School/Community Tobacco-Free Grant. This is a MOTAC county-wide comprehensive tobacco use prevention and reduction campaign including social marketing, policy development, educational efforts, and a research component, Nov., 2001, $472,788.

Writer/Project Director with Manoj Sharma, American Alcohol and Drug Information Foundation, for an editorial assistant for the Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, Sept. 2000, $5,376.

Writer/Project Director with Manoj Sharma, American Alcohol and Drug Information Foundation, for an editorial assistant for the Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education , Sept. 1999, $5,376.

Omaha Public Power District for planting mature trees along the Keystone trail by Eta Sigma Gamma's Trees for Trails, May 1999. $1900.

Project Director, Nebraska Health and Human Services Block Grant for Public Health Leadership Development via the Nebraska Public Health Association , June 1998, $11,000

Writer/Project Director with Richard Stacy, American Alcohol and Drug Information Foundation, for an editorial assistant for the Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education , Aug. 1998, $5,376.

National Tree Trust, 100 seedlings for planting by Eta Sigma Gamma's Trees for Trails along Omaha trails, Fall 1998

Writer/Project Director. "Public Service Announcements for Lifelong Physical Activity" Nebraska Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, July 1997, $500.

Writer/Project Director. "College retention and alcohol" Nebraska Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, July 1997, $500.

Writer/Project Director. "Eta Sigma Gamma's Trees for Trails," Celebrate Trees grant, KETV and Natural Resources District, Sept. 1995, $1,000, Sept. 1996, $400.

Writer/Project Director. "Eta Sigma Gamma's Trees for Trails," Nebraska Community Enhancement Program grant, Oct. 1996, $1,600.

Co-writer (with Jeff Kuhr). "YoU kNOw, there is a CHOICE." (Public Service Announcements to decrease alcohol misuse). National Collegiate Athletic Association Foundation, $10,000, May 1996.

Co-writer. (with Jeff Kuhr and Mary Mudd). "Metropolitan Omaha Higher Education Consortium for Drug and Alcohol Prevention, U.S. Department of Education, Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education, $40,000, Sept. 1995.

Writer. "A Survey of Outdoor Tobacco Advertising in Selected Census Tracts and an Investigation of Other Tobacco Industry Money in African American and Latino Communities in Metropolitan Omaha." Funded by the Nebraska Department of Health, $3600, June 1994.

Evaluator (and assisted in writing the training evaluation portion with Finn Esbensen). National Evaluation of Gang Resistance Education & Training (GREAT). A grant awarded to the UNO Department of Criminal Justice. Funded by the National Institute of Justice award #94-IJ-CX-0058, Sept. 1994-1996.

Evaluator/Consultant/Award Application Writer. Project STOPP (Strategy to Overcome Peer Pressure), funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for the City of Omaha Police Department in cooperation with the Omaha Community Partnership. STOPP was named as a top ten finalist for the Webber Seavey Award for Quality in Law Enforcement given by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and Motorola from among 162 applicants from the United States and Canada., 1995.

Co-writer (with Davis, J., Davis, S., Stacy, R. & Butler, R.) "Building Universal Drug Deterrents in Educational Settings (BUDDIES). Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Award #S241A20183, $144,787, Sept. 1992.

Co-writer (with Ellermeier, B.,Davis, J., Spencer, S. & Stacy, R.) "Let's Intervene for Tomorrow--University Project II" (LIFT-UP II), an alcohol and drug prevention grant for UNO funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education, $86,000, September, 1992.

Co-writer (with Blanke, D. Stacy, R. & Stewart, M.) "Health Promotion at Clarkson." funded by Clarkson Hospital, $78,000, May 1992 and $40,000, May 1993.

Co-writer (with Stacy, R. & J. Davis) and course leader of Maverick's Choice, a grant from the NCAA for alcohol education with student/athletes as campus leaders, $16,000, 1991.

Co-writer (with Stacy, R. & S. Davis) and Executive Board member of BUDDY, an in-service drug and alcohol education grant, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, February, $189,000, 1989.

Co-writer (with Stacy, R. & J. Davis) and Executive Board member of LIFT-UP, an alcohol and drug prevention grant for UNO funded by the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education, $109,000, 1988.

Co-writer (with Stacy, R. & J. Davis) and project director for Project LIFT grant, a community drug awareness project funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education, $130,000, 1988.

Selected as one of nine expert panelists and a consultant for the Mental Health Appraisal Project sponsored by the California Department of Mental Health and San Diego State University, March 1987.

Research Associate, Children and Youth Mental Health Promotion Project, Funded by the California Department of Mental Health. This grant is directed toward the development of materials for helping children and youth to improve health related knowledge and attitudes, 1983-1984.

Materials and Equipment Grant from the UNO Committee on Improvement of Instruction for producing educational videotapes, $250, March 16, 1984.

Creating Connections Grant, Wichita State University, $1000 and Kelly Instructional Research Grant, UNO, $500, Both grants are for development and evaluation of interdisciplinary teaching methods in Community Health Education, 1982-83.

Participant in the Buhl Self-Care Study, Health Education Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 1980.

Committee advisor and evaluator of Frick Foundation Mini-Grant Proposals for the Health Education Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 1980.

Co-Creator with Josie Metal-Corbin, "Whose Garden Was This?", (Multi-Media Environmental Health/Dance Concert), The Pittsburgh Foundation, $5,360 and The Pittsburgh National Bank Charitable Trust for the Arts, $10,000, 1978-79.

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