2021-2022 PEAK Awards

2021-2022 PEAK Awards

Fall 2021 Recipients

Julia ZalvinoJulia ZalvinoCOS’24
Title: “Which Types of Social Media Are Helpful for Body Image: Hearing from Diverse Youth”
Mentor: Professor Rachel Rodgers, Department of Applied Psychology, Bouvé

Base Camp Award

Haley MoriartyHaley MoriartyBouvé’23
Title: “Parenting in the Time of Social Media: A Qualitative Study of Parental Involvement in Teens’ Social Media Use”
Mentor: Professor Rachel Rodgers, Department of Psychology, Bouvé

Base Camp Award

Julia DierkerJulia Dierker, Bouvé’24
Title: “Mixed-Method Telehealth Research”
Mentor: Professor Dami Ko, School of Nursing, Bouvé

Base Camp Award

Julia DenlingerJulia DenlingerBouvé’22
Title: “Firearm Suicide Prevention Strategies for Firearm Owners and the Preventability of Firearm Suicide”
Mentor: Suzanne Garverich, Institute for Health Equity & Social Justice Research, Bouvé

Base Camp Award

Meghna IyerMeghna IyerBouvé’22
Title: “Improving Guardrail Damage Reporting to Promote Injury Prevention in Motor Vehicle Crashes”
Mentor: Professor Alisa Lincoln, Department of Health Sciences, Bouvé

Summit Award

Jasper DuvalJasper DuvalCSSH’23
Title: “‘Pray to the Mumbai Government’: Government Officials and Legal Exclusion in a Non-notified Settlement in India”
Mentor: Professor Liza Weinstein, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, CSSH

Summit Award

Owen Graham-O'ReganOwen Graham-O’ReganCSSH’23
Title: “Changing Laws or Changing Norms? The Impact of Female Leadership on Intimate Partner Violence in India”
Mentor: Professor Bilge Erten, Department of Economics, CSSH

Ascent Award

Dorian StumpDorian Stump, Bouvé’22
Title: “American Firearm Suicide Prevention Project”
Mentor: Professor Alisa Lincoln, Department of Health Sciences, Bouvé

Base Camp Award

Spring 2022 Recipients

Rayna HaqueRayna Haque, Bouvé’22
Title: “Somali Parent Perspectives on Barriers to Diagnosis in Children with Developmental Disabilities” 
Mentor: Carmel Salhi, Bouvé, Health Sciences

Summit Award

Summer KellySummer Kelly Bouvé’24
Title: “Un-Masking the Origins of Maternal Mortality/Morbidity Inequities: Measurement and Determinants of Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Severe Maternal Morbidity” 
Mentor: Alisa Lincoln, Bouvé, Health Sciences

Ascent Award

Denlinger, JuliaJulia Denlinger Bouvé’22
Title: “Firearm Suicide Prevention Project” 
Mentor: Alisa Lincoln, Bouvé, Health Sciences 

Ascent Award

Dorian StumpDorian Stump Bouvé’22
Title: “Firearm Suicide Prevention Project”
Mentors: Suzanne Garverich, Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research; and Alisa Lincoln, Bouvé, Health Sciences 

Ascent Award