Maria Floro (economics) received $1,800,000 from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for her three-year project "The Care Economy and Gender-Sensitive Macroeconomic Modeling for Policy Analysis."
Anastasia Snelling (health studies) received $900,000 from the USDA for a five-year project titled "Healthy Schoolhouse 2.0 Teachers and Parents Working to Improve Student Health."
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