GRANTS, AWARDS, AND HONORS

GRANTS

EXTRAMURAL RESEARCH GRANTS

2018-2019 Principal Investigator-Applying Insights from Behavioral Economics to Improve Program Outcomes
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee ($103,753)

2018 Principal Investigator-Refund to Savings
Intuit, Inc. ($150,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University; Mathieu Despard, Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan

2018 Co-Principal Investigator-Effects of the ACA on Household Financial Security
Russell Sage Foundation ($34,994)
Co-Principal Investigators: Emily Gallagher, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Washington University; Radhakrishnan Gopalan, Professor, Washington University

2017-2019 Principal Investigator-Employer-based Financial Wellness
Kellogg Foundation ($750,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Mathieu Despard, Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan

2017-2020 Principal Investigator-Behavioral Economics - New Initiatives in Health & Wealth
Duke University ($100,000)

2017 Principal Investigator-Refund to Savings Proposal for Canadian Financial Stability
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada ($15,000)

2017-2018 Principal Investigator-Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds
Intuit, Inc. ($650,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University; Mathieu Despard, Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan

2016-2018 Principal Investigator-Employer-Based Financial Wellness Programs Project
JPMorgan Chase Foundation ($400,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Mathieu Despard, Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan

2016-2017 Principal Investigator-Delaying Tax Refunds for EITC Project
Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center ($15,000)

2016-2017 Co- Principal Investigator- Programs to promote savings for children (Child Development Accounts) as a tool for reducing intergenerational poverty: a comparative study on global software development processes, analysis and policy in Israel
National Insurance Institute of Israel (75,902 Israeli shekels ($19,950 US))
Principal Investigator: Tehila Rafaeli, Bar-Ilan University

2016-2017 Principal Investigator-Refund to Savings
Annie E. Casey Foundation ($100,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University

2015-2018 Principal Investigator-Refund to Savings
JPMorgan Chase Foundation ($600,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University; Mathieu Despard, Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan

2016-2017 Principal Investigator-Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds Intuit, Inc. ($650,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University; Mathieu Despard, Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan

2016-2017 Principal Investigator – Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds Ford Foundation ($500,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral
Economics, Duke University; Mathieu Despard, Assistant Professor of Social
Work, University of Michigan

2015-2020 Principal Investigator-Nurtur Center for Health Behavior Change Projects Nurtur Health, Inc. ($7,000,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Karyn Quinn, Senior Director of Product Development,
Nurtur Health, Inc.

2015-2016 Principal Investigator–Refund to Savings Annie E. Casey Foundation ($100,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral
Economics, Duke University

2014-2016 Principal Investigator - Refund to Savings: Applications for My Retirement Account (myRA)
U.S. Department of the Treasury ($1,075,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University; Dave Williams, Chief Tax Officer, Intuit, Inc.

2014-2016 Principal Investigator - Refund to Savings
JPMorgan Chase Foundation ($200,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University

2014-2015 Principal Investigator - Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds Intuit, Inc. ($650,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University

2014-2016 Principal Investigator - Families Caregiving for Children and Adults with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities in Israel: A National Household Study Ministry of Social Affairs, Israel (624,000 NIS) (about $170,000) Principal Investigator: Arie Rimmerman, Richard Crossman Professor of Social Welfare & Social Planning, School of Social Work (Two PIs)

2014-2014 Principal Investigator - Refund to Savings
Annie E. Casey Foundation ($100,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University

2013-2015 Principal Investigator - Experimental Evaluation of the Emerge Financial Wellness Program
Ford Foundation ($550,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, Duke University

2013 Principal Investigator - Creating Contingency Savings at Tax Time
Center for Financial Security and Mott Foundation ($4,100)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, Duke University

2012-2013 Principal Investigator - GEAR UP: Effectiveness of Promising Strategies in Federal College Access Programs
U.S. Department of Education ($1,000,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Rob Olsen, Abt Associates, Inc.

2012-2013 Principal Investigator - Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds
Smith Richardson Foundation ($400,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University

2012-2013 Principal Investigator - Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds
Intuit, Inc. ($500,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University

2012-2013 Principal Investigator - Emergency Savings Research and Policy Whitepaper
The Pew Charitable Trusts ($68,477)

2012-2013 Principal Investigator - Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds
Ford Foundation ($700,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University

2012-2013 Principal Investigator - Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds
Annie E. Casey Foundation ($25,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, Duke University

2011 - 2012 Principal Investigator - Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds
Annie E. Casey Foundation ($45,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely, James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral
Economics, Duke University

2011-2013 Principal Investigator - Facilitating Savings for Low-Income Workers
Ford Foundation ($350,000)
Principal Investigator: Janneke Ratcliffe (Two Principle Investigators)

2011- 2012 Principal Investigator - Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds Intuit Inc. ($360,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dan Ariely

2011- 2012 Principal Investigator - The Long-term Effects of Individual Development Accounts on Wealth and Retirement Savings: Evidence from a Longitudinal Randomized Experiment Steven H. Sandell grant from the Boston College Center for Retirement Research and the Social Security Administration ($45,000)

2010 - 2011 Principal Investigator - Facilitating Savings for Low-Income Workers
Ford Foundation ($431,136)
Principal Investigator: Janneke Ratcliffe (Two Principle Investigators)

2009 - 2011 Co- Investigator - HOPE Accounts for Women
National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities (RC1MD004447) ($953,855)
Principle Investigator: Marci K Campbell

2009 - 2010 Principal Investigator -Assets for Independence Program Knowledge Development Initiative.
Administration for Children and Families (ACF), US Department of Health and Human Services (HHSP2320095624WC) ($748,839)
Co-Principal Investigator: Donna Demarco

2009 - 2010 Principal Investigator - Does Homeownership Affect Relationship Stability: Evidence from an Event History Analysis.
National Center for Family and Marriage Research ($20,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Pajarita Charles and Kim Manturuk

2009 - 2010 Principal Investigator - Facilitating Savings for Low-Income Workers
Ford Foundation ($156,000)
Principal Investigator: Janneke Ratcliffe (Two Principle Investigators)

2009 - 2010 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
FB Heron Foundation ($25,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2009 - 2010 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
Annie E. Casey Foundation ($40,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2009 - 2010 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual
Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-
Being.
Smith Richardson Foundation Domestic Public Policy Research Fellowship Program ($60,000)

2009 - 2011 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation ($400,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2009 - 2010 Co-Investigator - Evaluation of the Community Advantage Program-
CAP V.
Ford Foundation ($1,400,000)
Principal Investigator: Roberto Quercia

2008 - 2010 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual
Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-
Being.
Rockefeller Foundation ($125,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2008 - 2009 Principal Investigator - Evaluation Design for Assets for Independence
Programs.
Administration for Children and Families (ACF), US Department of Health and Human Services (GS-23F-8198H) ($36,287)
Co-Principal Investigator: William M. Rohe

2008 - 2010 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation ($170,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2008 - 2009 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
Annie E. Casey Foundation ($50,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2008 - 2009 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
National Poverty Center, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor ($17,500)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2008 - 2011 Co-Investigator - Evaluation of the Community Advantage Program-
CAP V. Ford Foundation ($3,900,000)
Principal Investigator: Roberto Quercia
2007 - 2011 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation ($750,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2007 - 2009 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Account and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
FB Heron Foundation ($50,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden, William M. Rohe, and William Gale

2006 - 2007 Principal Investigator - Testing the Impacts of IDAs and Asset Building on Social and Economic Well-Being.
Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation ($15,000)


2006 - 2007 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Effects of Asset Building: The Impact of Individual Development Accounts on Social and Economic Well-Being. Seed Money for Large-Scale Collaborative Research Proposal
Co - Principal Investigators: William M. Rohe and Marion Crain ($15,000)

2006 - 2007 Principal Investigator - Testing Long-Term Impacts of Individual Development Accounts and Asset Building On Social And Economic Well-Being.
Funded by the Center for Social Development, Washington University ($10,000)
Co-Principal Investigators: Michael Sherraden and William M. Rohe

2004 - 2005 Co-Principal Investigator - Wealth Building in Rural America
National Rural Funders Collaborative, F.B. Heron Foundation, and Kellogg Foundation, ($118,000)

2003 - 2004 Principal Investigator - IDAs for Housing Policy: Analysis of Saving Outcomes and Racial Differences. Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant
Department of Housing and Urban Development ($25,000)

2003 - 2004 Principal Investigator - IDAs for Housing Policy: Analysis of Saving Outcomes and Racial Differences. Doctoral Dissertation Grant Program
Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation ($3,000)

2001 - 2003 Principal Investigator - Racial Differences in Savings and Assets Accumulation in IDAs: Implications for Homeownership
Early Doctoral Student Research Grant Department of Housing and Urban Development ($15,000)

INVITED GRANTS UNDER REVIEW

2018-2021 Principal Investigator-Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change Projects
Envolve PeopleCare ($4,500,000)
Co-Principal Investigator: Karyn Quinn, Senior Director of Product Development, Envolve PeopleCare



INTRAMURAL RESEARCH GRANTS

2018-2021 Principal Investigator-Social Policy Institute
Washington University in St. Louis ($1,000,000)

2011 - 2012 Principal Investigator - Return to Savings: Building Savings with Tax Refunds
University of North Carolina ($16,316)

2010 - 2011 Principal Investigator -Child Development Accounts in Israel: Toward a New Initiative
University of North Carolina ($16,200)

2010 - 2011 Principal Investigator - Asset Accumulation among Low- and Moderate-Income Owners and Renters: Evidence from the Community Advantage Panel.
Center for Community Capital, University of North Carolina ($32,207)

2008 - 2009 Principal Investigator - Does Low- and Moderate-Income Homeownership Influence the Quality of the Home Environment?
Center for Community Capital, University of North Carolina ($9,275)

2008 - 2010 Principal Investigator - Are Low- and Moderate-Income Homeownership and Neighborhood Context Associated with Social Capital? A Multilevel Analysis.
Center for Community Capital, University of North Carolina ($9,275)

2007 - 2008 Principal Investigator - Parental Involvement and Expectations among Low-Income Homeowners and Renters: Evidence from the Community Advantage Panel.Center for Community Capital, University of North Carolina ($9,275)

2006 - 2007 Principal Investigator (with Susan Parish) - Promoting Well-Being for Low-Income Children with Disabilities and their Families.
Seed Money for Large-Scale Collaborative Research Proposal
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development
University of North Carolina ($15,000)

2006 - 2007 Principal Investigator - The Effects of Individual Development Accounts on Social and Economic Well-Being: A Longitudinal Randomized Experimental Design Jane H. Pfouts Research Grant, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina ($5,000)

2006 - 2007 Principal Investigator - The Effects of IDAs on Health, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse University Research Council, University of North Carolina ($3,000)

2005 - 2006 Principal Investigator - Individual Development Accounts: A New Path to the American Dream for Low-Income Families.
The Center on Poverty, Work, and Opportunity (Policy brief). Chapel Hill, NC ($5,000)

2005 - 2006 Principal Investigator -The Effects of Individual Development Accounts on Homeownership: A Longitudinal Randomized Experimental Design
Junior Faculty Development Award, University of North Carolina ($7,500)

ACADEMIC HONORS
2019 Inducted as an American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare Fellow
2018-Present Shanti K. Khinduka Distinguished Professor
Washington University in St. Louis, George Warren Brown School of Social Work
St. Louis, Missour
2016 Named as one of highest-impact social work faculty in terms of scholarly productivity. Article: Hodge, D.R., Kremer, K.P., Vaughn, M.G. (2016). High-Impact Social Work Scholars: A Bibliometric Examination of SSWR and AASWSW Fellows. Research on Social Work Practice. Doi: 10.1177/1049731516645929.
2016 Selected as advisor for the Financial Opportunity Working Group of the Clinton Global Initiative--American
2014 Selected as a member of the Financial Opportunity Working Group of the Clinton Global Initiative-America
2014 Fellow of the Society for Social Work and Research
2013 Selected as the Arnulf M. Pins Memorial Lecture Keynote Speaker, The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2012 Nonresident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institute
2012 Research Associate, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
2011 2011 Society for Social Work and Research Deborah K. Padgett Early Career Achievement Award
2011 Awarded Steven H. Sandell grant, Boston College Center for Retirement Research and the Social Security Administration
2009 Awarded Small Grants Competition, National Center for Marriage Research
2009 Awarded Small Grants Competition, National Poverty Center
2008 Smith Richardson Foundation Domestic Public Policy Research Fellowship
2007 Faculty Fellow, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Center for Community Capital
2007 Research selected as one of 11 research projects of MacArthur Foundation "The Power of Measuring Social Benefits"
2006 Accepted as participant in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Summer Institute on the Design and Development of Quantitative Research on Social Work Intervention in Health. (July 23-28, 2006).
2003 Nominated as a Fahs-Beck scholar.
2003 Received dean's nomination as a recognized Washington University Graduate Student Leader (George Warren Brown School of Social Work).
Invited to attend the National Conference on Graduate Student Leadership. Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
2001 Honorary membership in Phi Kappa Phi, University of Missouri-St. Louis (Master in Economics)
2000 Ford Foundation Research Fellow.
1999 M.A. Exceptional Extra Excellency Graduate. Top one percent of graduates across all disciplines in the University of Haifa. Israel.
1998 Advanced Studies Dean's Award. University of Haifa. Israel.
1998 Outstanding M.A. Student. School of Social Work, University of Haifa, Israel.
1998 Elected to speak at the 1998 School of Social Work Outstanding Student Award
Ceremony on behalf of the Outstanding Empirical Thesis and Outstanding M.A. Student Award winner. University of Haifa, Israel.
1998 Elected by winners of the 1998-Advanced Studies Dean's Award Ceremony to speak on behalf of the 1998 awardees. University of Haifa, Israel.
1996 Expedited acceptance to master's degree program. (Selected for one of two positions for accelerated admission directly into the master's degree program.) University of Haifa, Israel.
1996 B.A. Excellency Graduate. University of Haifa, Israel.