GPE Grants-at-a-Glance (2002-2014)

The Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Program is the only federal program dedicated solely to psychology education and training. Since its establishment in 2002, grants have been awarded to these APA-accredited doctoral, internship and postdoctoral programs in support of preparing psychology students to bring integrated mental health care to underserved populations.

*Indicates current grantee.

Alabama

University of Alabama
Program director: Forrest R. Scogin, PhD
3 year geropsychology grant: 2003
Populations served: Older adults — emphasis on African-Americans and rural areas

Arkansas

University of Arkansas
Program director: Ana J. Bridges, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
Populations served: Hispanic/Latino, rural, low-income, adults and children

California

*Children’s Healthcare of California
Program director: Heather Husziti, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Minority children and youth

*Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Program director: Sara Sherer, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Hispanic and Korean children with special health care needs

The Regents of the University Of California
Program director: Eric Granholm, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Children and adolescents, adults with developmental disabilities

*University Of California-Davis
Program director: Anthony Urquiza, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Children and youth, victims of trauma, serious mental illness

University Of Southern California/Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles
Program director: Bradley O. Hudson, PsyD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
Populations served: Hispanic/Latino children

VA Palo Alto Health Care System
Program director: Antonette M. Zeiss, PhD
3 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Older adults, individuals with chronic illness, disabilities

The Wright Institute
Program director: Gilbert Newman, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: Children, adolescents and older adults

Colorado

Colorado State University
Program director: Tammi Vacha-Haase, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Older adults

*Denver Health and Hospital Authority
Program director: Gerald A. Carpenter, PsyD
1 year grant: 2003
Program director: John C. Sheldon, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Ethnically diverse, older adults, children and youth

*University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Program director: Daniel L. Segal, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Older adults

University of Colorado at Denver
Program director: Deborah Seymour, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: Hispanic and Native Americans

University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Program director: Hal C. Lewis, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
3 year grant: 2004
Populations served: Native Americans, individuals with developmental disabilities, Medicare/Medicaid recipients, prisoners, victims of abuse, children and the deaf

Connecticut

*The Village for Families & Children, Inc.
Program director: Anne E. Pidana, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Program director: Jill Donelan, PsyD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Minority/low-income children and families, victims of sexual abuse, victims of trauma

Yale University
Program director: Sara Sparrow, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
Program director: Laurie Cardona Wolenski, PhD
3 year grant: 2004
Program director: Michele Goyette-Ewing, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: Children exposed to violence, HIV, serious mental illness, developmental disabilities, school-related problems and physical illness

Delaware

Alfred I. DuPont Institute/Hospital for Children
Program director: William Tynan Jr., PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: African-American, Hispanic, children

Alfred I. DuPont Institute/Hospital for Children/NCC-D
Program director: Jennifer Shroff Pendley, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
Populations served: African-American and Hispanic, Medicaid-eligible children

Delaware State Department of Services for Children
Program director: Andrea P. Stern, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Low-income, ethnically diverse children and families

*The Nemours Foundation
Program director: Jennifer Shroff Pendley, PhD
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Children suffering from chronic illness

District of Columbia

Howard University
Program director: Linda Berg-Cross, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
Program director: Domincus So, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: African-American, urban areas

Florida

Florida Institute of Technology
Program director: Philip D. Farber, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: African-American children

Louis De La Parte Florida Mental Health Institute
Program director: Richard B. Weinberg, PhD
1 year grant extended: 2002
Populations served: African-American children

University of Florida Department of Clinical and Health Psychology
Program director: Russell M. Bauer, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
Populations served: Rural

University of South Florida
Program director: Victor Molinari, PhD
3 year geropsychology grant: 2003
Populations served: Bio-psycho-social needs of older adults

Georgia

*Georgia State University Research Foundation
Program director: Lindsey Cohen, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: African-American children

*Medical College of Georgia
Program director: Paul Alexander Mabe, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2007
3 year grant: 2010
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Women, children and families, HIV/AIDS

Hawaii

*I Ola Lahui, Inc.
Program director: Robin E. Miyamoto, PsyD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Low-income, rural, Native Hawaiian

Illinois

*Adler School of Professional Psychology
Program director: Daniel Barnes
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Victims of trauma, individuals with substance abuse disorders

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Program director: L. Gladys Croom, PsyD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Minority children, primarily Mexican-American

Finch University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School
Program director: Catherine Campbell, PhD
3 year grant: 2004
Populations served: Low-income, immigrants, welfare enrollees, homeless

*La Rabida Children's Hospital
Program director: Cathy M. Mavrolas, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Minority children suffering from chronic illness, disabilities and abuse

*Northwestern University
Program director: Mark Reinecke, PhD
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: LGBT

The University of Chicago
Program director: Maureen Ann Lacy, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: African-American, urban areas

University of Illinois at Chicago
Program director: Susan Labott, PhD, ABPP
1 year grant extended: 2002
3 year geropsychology grant: 2003
Populations served: Older adults

Kansas

University of Kansas Medical Center
Program director: Glenn Veenstra, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Minorities, adolescents, individuals with chronic illness and older adults

Kentucky

University of Louisville Research Foundation
Program director: Janet Woodruff-Borden, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
Populations served: Minorities, victims of trauma

Maryland

Kennedy Krieger Children’s Hospital, Inc.
Program director: Sung W. Kahng, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Children and youth

*University of Maryland
Program director: Nancy Lever, PhD
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Children and youth, military families

Massachusetts

Boston College
Program director: Elizabeth Sparks, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Low-income children and families

Boston Medical Center
Program director: Kermit A. Crawford, PhD
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2010
Populations served: Children/adolescents infected or affected by HIV/AIDS

*Carson Center for Human Services Inc.
Program director: David Arbeitman, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Individuals with co-occurring behavioral and/or mental health disorders

Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VAMC
Program director: Charles E. Drebing, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Veterans

University of Massachusetts Medical School
Program director: F. Alexander Blount, EdD
3 year grant: 2010
Populations served: Diverse, vulnerable

University of Massachusetts Medical School
Program director: John P. Terry, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Individuals with mental illness

Michigan

Central Michigan University
Program director: George Ronan, PhD
1 year grant extended: 2002
Populations served: Diverse, vunerable

*Henry Ford Health System
Program director: Philip Lanzisera, PhD
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Unemployed

*Wayne State University
Program director: Lori Lackman-Zeman, PhD, Douglas Barnett, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Affected by HIV/AIDS, African-American, victims of trauma

Missouri

Saint Louis University
Program director: Terri Weaver
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: African-American, urban, women and children affected by intimate partner violence

University Of Missouri-Columbia
Program director: George R. “Brick” Johnstone, PhD, ABPP
1 year grant: 2003
3 year grant: 2004
Populations served: Individuals with disabilities

*University Of Missouri-Kansas City
Program director: Johanna Nilsson, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Minorities, low-income

Nebraska

*Board of Regents/University of Nebraska
Program director: Joseph Evans, PhD
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2007
3 year grant: 2010
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Rural, children, adolescents and families

Nevada

*University of Nevada-Reno
Program director: Victoria Follette, PhD
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: LGBT, HIV

New Hampshire

Riverbend Community Mental Health Inc.
Program director William Bessent Gunn Jr., PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Families and individuals with chronic illness

New Jersey

*Fairleigh Dickinson University
Program director: Robert McGrath, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Low-income, minority, individuals with chronic illness

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Program director: Leon A. Hyer, EdD, ABPP
3 year geropsychology grant: 2003
Populations served: Older adults

New Mexico

*New Mexico State University
Program director: Eve Adams, PhD
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2007
3 year grant: 2010
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Multicultural populations — U.S.-Mexico Border

New York

*Fordham University
Program director: Amelio D'Onofrio, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Urban children and youth

Interfaith Medical Center
Program director: Janet S. Weisberg, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Economically disadvantaged

Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services
Program director: Leonard Pilaro, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Children and youth

Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus
Program director: Robert Keisner, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Mentally ill, individuals with developmental disabilities, and victims of domestic violence

Lutheran Medical Center
Program director: Carmen Rivera, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: African-American and Hispanic

*Teachers College, Columbia University
Program director: Dinelia Rosa, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Hispanic/Latino, African-American, low-income

*University of Rochester Medical Center
Program director: Linda Alpert-Gillis, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2010
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Children and adolescents

*Rusk Institute, New York University Langone Medical Center
Program director: Robert Gordon
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Adults and children with disabilities

Yeshiva University
Program director: Richard A Zweig, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year geropsychology grant: 2003
Populations served: Diverse and socio-economically disadvantaged older adults, impoverished children and youth

North Carolina

*University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Program director: Anna Brandon, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Women

*University of North Carolina — Greensboro
Program director: Susan Phillips Keane, PhD
1 year grant, extended: 2002
3 year grant: 2007
3 year grant: 2013
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Native Americans

North Dakota

*University of North Dakota
Program director: Cindy Juntunen, PhD
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Rural

Oklahoma

*Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa, Inc.
Program director: Stephen Forest Shoemaker, PhD
1 year grant: 2010
Program director: Steven Albernathy, PhD
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Native Americans

*University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Program director: Barbara Bonner, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Children, infant and youth victims of abuse

Oregon

*Oregon Health & Science University
Program director: Kurt Freeman, PhD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Children and youth with special health care needs, disabilities and chronic health conditions

Pennsylvania

Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania
Program director: Thomas J. Power, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2007
Populations served: Children and youth

*Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Program director: Paul Robbins, PhD
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Urban children and youth

Geisinger Health System
Program director: Paul W. Kettlewell, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Children in rural areas

Temple University Health Sciences Center
Program director: Christopher J. Combs, PhD
1 year grant: 2003
Populations served: Individuls with persistent to chronic mental illness

*Widener University
Program director: Kevin Moore, PsyD
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Individuals with chronic illness, affected by HIV

South Carolina

*Medical University of South Carolina Charleston/Consortium Clinical Psychology Internship Program
Program director: Dean G. Kilpatrick, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Medically ill, victims of domestic abuse

South Dakota

VA Black Hills Health Care System
Program director: Michael Fellner, PhD
3 year geropsychology grant: 2003
Populations served: Older Native Americans

Tennessee

Cherokee Health Systems
Program director: Parinda Khatri, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
3 year grant: 2010
Populations served: Low-income, culturally diverse

Texas

Texas Tech University
Program director: Gary D. Fireman, PhD
1 year grant: 2002
3 year grant: 2004
Populations served: Ethnic minorities, low-income patients and youth victims of abuse

*University of Texas-Austin
Program director: Cindy Carlson, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Children and families

University of Texas Medical Branch
Program director: Jeff M. Baker, PhD
1 year grant extended: 2002
Populations served: Underrepresented minority, disadvantaged backgrounds

Virginia

*Eastern Virginia Medical School
Program director: Robert P. Archer, PhD
1 year grant extended: 2002
Program director: Barbara Ann Cubic, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
3 year grant: 2010
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: African-Americans, older adults, children with attention deficits

*Virginia Commonwealth University
Program director: Bruce D. Rybarczyk, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Children and adults

Washington

*University of Washington
Program director: Jeffrey J. Sherman, PhD
3 year grant: 2010
3 year grant: 2013
Populations served: Individuals affected by HIV/AIDS, children, women, individuals with TBI

West Virginia

*Marshall University
Program director: Marianna Foot-Linz, PhD
3 year grant: 2007
2 year grant: 2014
Populations served: Rural