Awards - Kendall College of Arts and Sciences

Awards

Grants (Dr. Cromer)

July 2020 – June 2021: University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Alumni Association: Evaluating the Feasibility of a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children with Niqhtmares as a Mediator of Suicide Risk. Role: co-PI along with PI Tara Buck, MD
Amount: $25,000 direct costs

January 15, 2019 – July 2020: University of Tulsa Faculty Research Grant: Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Treating Nightmares in Children. Role: PI
Amount: $3,510 direct costs

May 1, 2018 – April 30, 2019: American Athletic Conference Grant: Golden Strategies and Techniques for Achievement, Resilience, and Transition (Golden START). Role: PI
Amount: $10,000

July 1, 2012 – March 30, 2016: Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology: Health Research Funding Competition for the study: Treating Trauma-Related Nightmares in Children Aged 5-17. Role: PI
Amount: $135,000

2010, 2011, 2012: Faculty Development Summer Fellowship Grant, The University of Tulsa

2011, 2010: Faculty Research Grant, The University of Tulsa

2010: Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Grant, The University of Tulsa

2005: Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, Travel Grant

2001: Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, Travel Grant

2001: NIMH Development and Psychopathology Training Grant (declined)

2000: Dissertation Research Fellowship, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon

1985-1989: Weyerhaeuser Academic Scholarship

1985-1987: Soroptimist Academic Scholarship

Awards (Dr. Cromer)

2020  Most Valuable Professor (MVP) award from Golden Hurricane Football.

2020  Most Valuable Professor (MVP) award from Golden Hurricane Rowing.

2020  Most Valuable Professor (MVP) award from Golden Hurricane Softball.

2019  Medicine Wheel Award: Outstanding Community Service, Awarded to one faculty member at The University of Tulsa annually.

2016  Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, Fellow.

2016  CIEE International Faculty Development Seminar Awardee, “Ruin & Revival: History, Modern Memory & Identity” in Poland and Germany.

2014  Most Valuable Professor (MVP) award from Golden Hurricane Women’s Tennis.

2013  Most Valuable Professor (MVP) award from Golden Hurricane Women’s Soccer.

2012  Outstanding Early Career Achievement in Trauma Psychology, Awarded by Division 56 (Trauma) of the American Psychological Association

Students Awards and Grants

Graduate:

Mollie Rischard Kimrey:

The University of Tulsa Bellwether Fellowship (2020-2021 academic year)

American Psychological Association Society Child and Adolescent Psychology Student Poster Award: Best Translational Research (Summer, 2020)

The University of Tulsa 21st Annual Research Colloquium Best Poster (Spring, 2018).

Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (Spring, 2018). The Fellowship is awarded to doctoral students to develop service projects that address issues seen in under-resourced populations. Mollie’s program helps children heal from traumatic experiences through a trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy group program.

The University of Tulsa Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Conference Travel Grant. Funded $500 to defray costs of attending and presenting at the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (2018).

The University of Tulsa Chapman Distinguished PhD Funds (Fall, 2017). Funded $191 for travel to present at the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (2018).

Danielle Zanotti:

University of Tulsa Clinical Psychology Program’s Research in Practice – Practice in Research (RIPPR) Award. This award is given to one graduate student in the clinical psychology program for embodying what it means to be a scientist-practitioner through their respective research and clinical work.

University of Tulsa Bellwether Fellowship (2017-2018 academic year)

Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (Fall, 2016). This Fellowship is awarded to doctoral students to develop service projects that address issues seen in under-resourced populations. Danielle’s program helps veterans strengthen parenting skills and gain developmentally appropriate knowledge about their children’s behavior.

The University of Tulsa Chapman Distinguished PhD Funds
Fall, 2015: Funded $191 for travel to present at the American Psychological Association’s annual convention
Fall, 2014: Funded $1,500 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.

The University of Tulsa Graduate School Chapman Graduate Scholar Presentation Awards (Spring, 2015). Funded $1,000 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (Fall, 2014). Awarded $1,000 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.

Graduate Alumni:

Emily Kaier:

University of Tulsa Bellwether Fellowship (2015-2016 academic year)

Kaier, E. (2014-2015). Reaching Rural Communities: Feasibility of Delivering a Child Posttraumatic Nightmare Treatment Via Videoconferencing. Funded $1,000 for doctoral research.

The University of Tulsa Graduate School Chapman Graduate Scholar Presentation Awards
Spring, 2015: Funded $1,500 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association
Fall, 2013: Funded $1,000 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.

Recipient of the 2014 Department of Psychology Research Informed Practice Practice Informed Research award.

Ashley Louie:

University of Tulsa Bellwether Fellowship (2015-2016 academic year.) The University of Tulsa Student Research Grant: Fall, 2015: Resilience in military families with young children: The effect of pre-deployment parent training. Funded $1,000 for dissertation research.

Fall, 2011: Parenting in the Military: At Home and Away. Funded $1,000 for pre-doctoral candidacy research.

National Military Family Association Military Spouse Scholarship Program – Joanne Holbrook Patton Military Spouse Scholarship (2012, 2013, 2014). Funded $4,000 for educational expenses.

The University of Tulsa Graduate School Chapman Graduate Scholar Presentation Awards:
Spring, 2015: Funded $1,500 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.
Fall, 2013: Funded $1,000 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.

The University of Tulsa Chapman Distinguished PhD Funds:
Spring, 2015: Funded $150 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.
Spring, 2013: Funded $285.71 for conference travel.
Fall, 2013: Funded $252 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.
Spring, 2012: Funded $140.62 for travel to present at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association.

Osage Nation Higher Education Scholarship (2011-2015). Funded $28,450 for educational expenses.

Ludivina Vasquez:

Awarded the American Psychological Association’s Minority Fellowship for master’s students (2015). The fellowship supports the training of master’s level practitioners in mental health services, designed for students in terminal master’s programs in psychology whose training prepares them to provide mental health services to transition age youth (ages 16 through 25) and their families.

Undergraduate:

James Whisenhunt: Received The University of Tulsa’s psychology department’s “Outstanding Senior Award” 2016

Darian Dozier: Received The University of Tulsa’s psychology department “Fab-Five Award” 2016

Chase Winterberg: APA Division 19 (Military Psychology) Student Travel Award (amount $750) 2014

Tom Gaus: Received the Best Poster Award at the 17th TU Annual Student Research Colloquium 2014

Chase Winterberg: Received The University of Tulsa’s psychology department’s “Spectacular Six Award” 2014

Mitchel Johnson: Received The University of Tulsa’s psychology department’s “Fearless Four Award” 2012

Kaylene Rojas: Received $500 to fund research on the benefits of interacting with a therapy dog following a medical exam, 2011