Grants

Grants Funded

2014-2017  Kimberly A. Tyler, PI. “Stressors, Protective Factors, and Substance Use                       among Homeless Youth andYoung Adults” (R21) ($408,768.00).

 

2013-2014 Kimberly A. Tyler, Co-I. “Intensive Referral Intervention to Improve Substance Use Disorder Treatment Outcomes:  Training and Implementation of Peer Support Specialists and Follow-up.” Substance Use Disorder Quality Enhancement Research Initiative. ($17,825.00).

2012-2013  Kimberly A. Tyler, Co-I. “Intensive Referral Intervention to Improve Substance Use Disorder Treatment Outcomes among Rural and Highly Rural Veterans.” Office of Rural Health. ($155,000.00).

2011-2013  Kimberly A. Tyler, Co-I. “Substance Abuse and Violence Initiative.”

UNL Strategic Research Cluster Grant. ($90,330.00).

2007-2009 Kimberly A. Tyler. “Social Networks, HIV Risk Behaviors, and Homeless Youth.” National Institute of Drug Abuse (R21) ($358,763.00).

 

2002-2007 Kimberly A. Tyler. “Neglect and Abuse Histories Among Homeless Youth Adults.” National Institute for Mental Health Mentored Research Scientist Career Development Award (K01) ($659,525.00).

 

2003-2004 Connie Chapple and Kimberly A. Tyler. “Social, Educational, and Emotional Outcomes of Child Neglect.” Research Cluster Grants to Foster Interdisciplinary Research at UNL ($5,000.00).

 

2002-2003 Kimberly A. Tyler. Haas Faculty Award for Research in Sociology ($3,000.00).

 

2002-2003 Kimberly A. Tyler. UNL Layman Award ($9,632.00).

 

2001-2003 Kimberly A. Tyler. “Homeless Young Adults.” UNL Faculty Seed Grant ($4,335.00).

Research Reports

2016  Kimberly A. Tyler with Kristen Olson, Colleen Ray, and Rachel Schmitz. Homeless Youth and Young Adult Texting Project. Summary of Findings to Participating Agencies. University of Nebraska -Lincoln, Department of Sociology (June2016).  (Download this summary report below.)



2005 Kimberly A. Tyler with Katherine A. Johnson, Lisa A. Griepenstroh, and Bianca E. Bersani. Homeless Young Adult Project – Summary Report to Cedars, Iowa Homeless Youth Shelter, and Youth Emergency Services. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Sociology. (Download this summary report below.)